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One Day Seminar
4/12/2019
One Day Seminar

NDIS Quality and Safeguards Workshop & NDIS Roundtable Discussion

Building on the successful readiness and implementation workshop, this session with focus on NDIS Quality and Safeguards Audits, NDIA updates and an interactive roundtable discussion.
Special Event
13/01/2020
Special Event

Practice Leadership Workshop #3 for Behaviour Support Practitioners

The third workshop of this series will look at ways to collect and use data and how to measure outcomes. Learning objectives will be linked to the NDIS Commission’s PBS Capability Framework.
Special Event
11/12/2019
Special Event

Portable Long Service Scheme and Disability Services Information Session

NDS invites members to attend this workshop on the recently introduced Portable Long Service Scheme to share the latest information and updates specific to disability service providers.

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CEOs' Meeting 2019

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Webinar
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Member-exclusive webinar: Crisis communications during the Disability Royal Commission

Learn how to best manage reputational and sector issues that may arise in the media from the Disability Royal Commission.
Special Event
2/09/2019
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NDIS Code of Conduct Workshop

NDS is delivering a national series of 2.5-hour workshops to promote a shared understanding of the NDIS Code of Conduct. The workshops are interactive and conversational.

Defensible Documentation for Disability Support Staff

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Location: National
Date: 1/01/2020 to 20/12/2020

Learn the leading method to document progress notes professionally, legally and competently.

This training:

  • Is compliant with legislation and disability standards
  • Supports client choice and control 
  • Enables clients to direct their own care and ensures staff document their duty of care
  • Reduces the time required to write relevant information
  • Uses complaints, legal cases and coronial investigations to illustrate requirements
  • Covers incidents, risks, change, and the big risk ‘refusal of care or advice’

Presented by: Preventing Harm Initiative

PHI is a Specialist Training and Risk Management Company for Aged, Community, Disability and Mental Health Services.

In-house delivery

NDS can help arrange to have this workshop delivered in house for your teams. For more information, please contact

Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Learn and Develop on