NDIS Plan management 한인워크숍

When 20 September 2018 10am - 12pm
Duration 2 hours
Venue Community Migrant Resource Centre
Cost $0
Description About Workshop
This workshop is designed by the Community Migrant Resource Centre's Business Connect Multicultural Advisory Team to help new NDIS service intenders to understand how to become a registered NDIS providers. In this 2-hour interactive workshop, let NDIS Business Connect Korean expert Jae Won Kang take you on an application to the NDIA via its website and answer your enquiries and resolve any problems you might be experiencing.
Learning Outcomes
Under the NSW Government's Disability Sector Scale Up (DSSU) program, Business Connect is supporting small businesses who want to provide services under the NDIS, with a focus to (i) improve the maturity and commercial viability of small and medium enterprises in the disability sector, including not for profit organisations; and (ii) increase the use of innovative business models, practices and technologies by organisations in the disability sector. This workshop is funded by Business Connect to provide assistance to the Korean NDIS registered providers.
Key concepts covered:
  • Application to the NDIS via its website
  • Declaration of Suitability
  • Requirement for new service providers
  • NSW Quality and Safeguards Transitional Working Arrangements
  • The price guide and flexibility in using funded supports

    Background information
    This workshop has been designed to support Koreans as an existing or service provider to adjust to the NDIS reform. Our aim is to add clarity regarding the reform and show how to embrace innovation and design thinking to enable your business to maximise on the many opportunities through NDIS.

    NDIS PRODA Portal Management 등록관리
    About Workshop
    This workshop is designed by the Community Migrant Resource Centre's Business Connect Multicultural Advisory Team to help the Korean NDIS Commission registered providers to understand how to navigate NDIS Commission Portal. In this 2-hour interactive workshop, let NDIS Business Connect Korean expert Jae Won Kang take you on the journey to get NDIS Portal and answer your enquiries and resolve any problems you might be experiencing.
    Learning Outcomes
    Under the NSW Government's Disability Sector Scale Up (DSSU) program, Business Connect is supporting small businesses who want to provide services under the NDIS Commission, with a focus to (i) improve the maturity and commercial viability of small and medium enterprises in the disability sector, including not for profit organisations; and (ii) increase the use of innovative business models, practices and technologies by organisations in the disability sector. This workshop is funded by Business Connect to provide assistance to the Korean NDIS Commission registered providers.

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