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2/03/2022
Webinar

Information Sessions for WA Allied Health Practitioners on ACROD parking permits, Companion Card and Changing Places

NDS is pleased to offer information sessions for WA Allied Health Practitioners on ACROD parking permits, Companion Card and Changing Places
Online Event
29/07/2022
Online Event

WA Sector Readiness Project: Ordering, Receiving, Storage and Reconciliation of S8 and PRN Medications

For service providers in Western Australia, this workshop will provide an overview of NDIS provider responsibilities in relation to S8 and PRN medications and the importance of continuity of supports.
Sector Meeting
7/09/2021
Sector Meeting

Behaviour Support Practitioners Community of Practice

Behaviour support providers from around Australia are welcome to join NDS’s BSP CoP - a place to connect with colleagues to discuss common issues, NDIS requirements, share resources and PD opportunities.

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Sector Meeting
7/09/2021
Sector Meeting

Behaviour Support Practitioners Community of Practice

Behaviour support providers from around Australia are welcome to join NDS’s BSP CoP - a place to connect with colleagues to discuss common issues, NDIS requirements, share resources and PD opportunities.
Online Event
15/07/2022
Online Event

Allied Health Worker retention throughout the employment life cycle workshop series

This series of workshops will explore ways to enhance retention of allied health professionals using an employee lifecycle approach.
Scheduled Training
28/01/2022
Scheduled Training

Complaints Management Systems Workshop

This workshop will simplify requirements and guide you through the essential components of a complaint management system to ensure complaints are documented, investigated and result in improved outcomes.

Defensible Documentation - Blended Learning In-house workshop

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Location: At your organisation / via Zoom
Date: 17/03/2022 to 17/03/2024
Presented by NDS and Preventing Harm Initiative, the Defensible Documentation workshop is suitable for all staff across the disability sector who create records and incident reports.

Who is this for?

Defensible Documentation blended learning course is recommended for Nurses, Allied Health, Care Workers, and Assistants in Nursing.

How it works

  1. Book into the scheduled Live Workshop via Zoom (this is part two).
  2. Ten days before the live in-house workshop, you will receive the part one eLearning invitation to the online module. Students will have 10 days to complete this.
  3. After completing the eLearning module, students receive a certificate, the handout required for part two, and the Zoom link to join the scheduled Live Workshop.

Part one: elearning (45 - 60 mins)

Part one lays the foundation for the workshop that follows, using quizzes and short videos.
On successful completion, students will receive their certificate, materials and Zoom link for the Workshop.

Part two: Live Workshop via Zoom

This 90-minute live and interactive in-house workshop will transforming the knowledge learned in the elearning into practical, useable skills.

Course elementsWhere
Part One (eLearning) eLearning at your own pace
Part Two (Live online Training)  Live Online Training (Zoom) 

Cost

Members: $1400 plus GST, and $50 per person for the eLearning license 
Non-members: $1830 plus GST, and $65 plus GST per person for the eLearning license

This in-house workshop can be conducted at your organisatio anywhere in Australia via Zoom

Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Alicia Perry, Learn and Develop Coordinator, 03 8341 4307, submit enquiry/feedback