This Module is online and interactive, specifically designed to assist the people working in the sector to support people with disability. It explains the obligations of all employees under the NDIS Code of Conduct â€“ from the perspective of NDIS participants. This training module was developed in consultation with the sector, including NDIS providers and people with a disability.
It will help workers to understand:
- What the NDIS is and why we need it?
- The role of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
- Workerâ€™s responsibilities under the NDIS Code of Conduct
- Workerâ€™s role in supporting people with disability to achieve the vision of the NDIS.
How to undertake the e-learning Module?
- Create a sign-up (find the link at the end of this page)
- Select â€œNDIS Worker Orientation Module,â€ under available courses
- Course components
- Module 1 â€“ Understanding NDIS
- Module 2 â€“ The NDIS Quality & Safeguards Commission
- Module 3 â€“ The NDIS Code of conduct: Your responsibilities
- Module 4 â€“ The NDIS and You: Delivering Quality Services
- Start with the course components; one by one
- Number of attempts allowed are unlimited
- There will be intermittent knowledge checks as well
- You may consider and respond to different scenarios in the context of supporting a person with disability.
- At the conclusion of each component youâ€™ll get a quick summary of â€œwhat we talked aboutâ€
- It will take around 90 minutes to complete the course
- You can save it anytime and return later to where you left; if required.
- Once you have completed all 4 modules, the system will email you a Certificate of Completion that should be saved as a mandatory training record.
All registered NDIS providers should include this module within their induction process for workers, and on-job training of existing workers to support compliance with the NDIS Code of Conduct as part of the transition to the National Quality Safeguards Framework, which comes into effect from the 1st July 2019. Once the transition has been completed, the Commission will issue a cut-off date by which all staff will need to have completed this training, in order to continue to work in the sector.