Although the registration requirements for NDIS can appear daunting, they are designed to be proportionate so that smaller providers don’t have to supply as much information as those with a large number of workers and participants. This includes the auditing stage of the registration application, where small providers with limited services will undergo a desktop audit (verification) while larger ones will have a more detailed, on-site audit (certification).
The verification process will look at documentation that covers insurance, qualifications, skills and professional body membership plus how complaints and incidents are dealt with. Certification deals with risk management, support provision, operational management and governance. Modules relevant to the type of support provided must be completed and support workers have to meet specified standards.
Submission of the application and completion of the audit will be followed by assessment by the NDIS Commission and an eventual decision. We can help you through the process and ensure that success is the more likely outcome. With our knowledge and experience, the process will seem less complex and will be completed quicker and with greater certainty. And with our extensive training programmes, we can ensure workers meet all requirements.