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PROVIDERplus is a professional consultancy, specialising in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider registration process. We also specialise in the provision of business services that support organisations once they are registered as an Approved NDIS Provider.
From sole traders to large organisations, our team of experts have an intimate knowledge of the NDIS provider registration process. We can help your business become an approved NDIS provider, correctly, compliantly and in the shortest time possible.
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PROVIDERplus works across Australia with clients in all areas and industries. From sole traders to large providers, we can provide your business with expert advice, documentation and support. This applies to all stages of the NDIS provider registration process
Examples of our client base include:
Our team understands in detail the NDIS approved provider registration process and the necessary supporting documentation to ensure you meet compliance standards.
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If you wish to remain registered under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), you’ll need to renew your Certificate of Registration every three years before your registration period ends.
NDIS Renewal may commence six months prior to the expiry date and no later than three months prior.
The audits for this re-registration cycle are a thorough process made up of Stage 1 and Stage 2 audits. The Stage 1 audit is an off-site, desk-top audit that determines your readiness for certification and is followed by a Stage 2 audit, usually within three months.
Body corporates and large organisations requiring a certification type audit will undergo the Stage 2 audit on-site. In contrast, NDIS providers undertaking a verification type audit will usually have their Stage 2 audit conducted off-site.
Both Stage 1 and Stage 2 audits are performed by an NDIS approved quality auditor who will examine the evidence you provide against the relevant modules of the NDIS Practice Standards.