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Sector Meeting
23/02/2021
Sector Meeting

Victorian Workforce Network

These meetings are open to those that are interested in workforce issues and solutions in the disability sector.
Sector Meeting
24/01/2023
Sector Meeting

DES Quality Framework walk through and discussion

Members wishing to know more about the proposed DES Quality Framework and give feedback to inform our submission are invited to this interactive webinar.
Online Event
3/11/2022
Online Event

Towards 2023: NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

Join the NDIS Commission to hear what was learned from their initiatives in 2022, what to expect of the NDIS Commission in 2023, and what this means for disability service providers in Queensland.

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Scheduled Training
27/01/2023
Scheduled Training

Defensible Documentation Blended eLearning and Workshop

Available now: This course will simplify the way you document and give you the confidence to document the support you provide in a way which is accurate, legally defensible and provides...
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.
In-house Workshops
18/01/2023
In-house Workshops

Mental Health Recognition and Response for Support Workers

Available now - scheduled by arrangement: Delivered according to your organisation's needs to your staff onsite via zoom or in person. Build the understanding and capabilities of Support Workers in identifying...

Keeping NDIS participant and worker information safe from cyber-attack

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14/11/2022

In the wake of two large scale cyber security attacks in Australia, many organisations are now thinking more carefully about the information they are storing and the strength of the systems that protect it.  

Under Principle 2 of the NDIS Code of Conduct, NDIS providers are required to ‘respect the privacy of people with a disability’, including thorough compliance with the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 and State and Territory privacy laws. This includes:  

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