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VET NDIS Information Session

11th Apr 2019 - 7th Jun 2019
09:00 AM - 12:30 PM
VET Development Centre, Level 8 379 Collins Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 3000

The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) has funded the VET Development Centre (VDC) to develop and deliver specific professional learning for Vocational Education and Training (VET) teachers, trainers and assessors delivering National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) qualifications. This training is part of a suite of quality initiatives under Victorian Government’s Keeping our Sector Strong: Victoria’s Workforce Plan for the rollout of the NDIS.

VDC is working with National Disability Services (NDS) to develop this program.

The overall objective of this professional development program is to:

  • ensure VET trainers and assessors are current and able to teach skills required for the NDIS environment
  • connect trainers and assessors with NDIS clients and service providers
  • focus on the fundamental changes in thinking and acting that are required to put the principles of the NDIS into practice
  • provide assistance for the transition to NDIS and enhance the quality of teaching and learning.

 

Information Session
This information session provides an overview of NDIS and factual information, such as relevant legislation and system changes. The session will be complemented with materials and fact sheets.

 

Areas of focus: 

  • NDIS Basics including: Principles of NDIS, Journey to NDIS, Overview of NDIS
  • Disability Sector Transformation including: Impact of NDIS on community services system; disability service providers; new business environment for disability service providers
  • Workforce Implications including: Changing requirements and expectations of the disability workforce, from NDIS participants and disability service providers, Increasing focus on worker values, and person-centred active support
  • VET Implications including: Impact of NDIS on the delivery and assessing NDIS related qualifications; Case studies: NDIS related qualification


Who can attend?
The information session is for Victorian VET and Learn Local Organisation trainers and assessors, leaders, managers, curriculum managers and coordinators delivering NDIS related qualifications (Certificate III in Individual Support; Certificate IV in Disability; Certificate IV in Mental Health; Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work; Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance and Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance).


Facilitator Team:

Rosalie Flynn is an accomplished facilitator and consultant, with extensive experience in the education, health, community services, and NFP sectors working at national and state levels. Strengths include project management and managing complex stakeholder relations.

Yumi Stamet is a workforce development expert with extensive knowledge of the trends and developments impacting the disability sector workforce gained through her years of experience as a workforce adviser with National Disability Services. Her current work is focused on creating person-centred workplaces where people can flourish and do their best work.

Information Session Dates

Find the details of the information session below, repeated across three dates. Follow the prompts under 'Register Here' to nominate a workshop to register for.

Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • Thursday 11 April 2019

    TIME:    9.00am - 12.30pm

    VENUE: VET Development Centre
                   Level 8, 379 Collins Street
                   Melbourne VIC 3000

     

    VDC is working with National Disability Services (NDS) to develop this program.

    Areas of focus:

    • NDIS Basics including: Principles of NDIS, Journey to NDIS, Overview of NDIS
    • Disability Sector Transformation including: Impact of NDIS on community services system; disability service providers; new business environment for disability service providers
    • Workforce Implications including: Changing requirements and expectations of the disability workforce, from NDIS participants and disability service providers, Increasing focus on worker values, and person-centred active support
    • VET Implications including: Impact of NDIS on the delivery and assessing NDIS related qualifications; Case studies:  NDIS related qualification

     

    3.5 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • Wednesday 22 May 2019

    TIME:    9.00am - 12.30pm

    VENUE: VET Development Centre
                   Level 8, 379 Collins Street
                   Melbourne VIC 3000

     

    VDC is working with National Disability Services (NDS) to develop this program.

    Areas of focus:

    • NDIS Basics including: Principles of NDIS, Journey to NDIS, Overview of NDIS
    • Disability Sector Transformation including: Impact of NDIS on community services system; disability service providers; new business environment for disability service providers
    • Workforce Implications including: Changing requirements and expectations of the disability workforce, from NDIS participants and disability service providers, Increasing focus on worker values, and person-centred active support
    • VET Implications including: Impact of NDIS on the delivery and assessing NDIS related qualifications; Case studies:  NDIS related qualification

     

    3.5 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • Friday 07 June 2019

    TIME:    9.00am - 12.30pm

    VENUE: VET Development Centre
                   Level 8, 379 Collins Street
                   Melbourne VIC 3000

     

    VDC is working with National Disability Services (NDS) to develop this program.

    Areas of focus:

    • NDIS Basics including: Principles of NDIS, Journey to NDIS, Overview of NDIS
    • Disability Sector Transformation including: Impact of NDIS on community services system; disability service providers; new business environment for disability service providers
    • Workforce Implications including: Changing requirements and expectations of the disability workforce, from NDIS participants and disability service providers, Increasing focus on worker values, and person-centred active support
    • VET Implications including: Impact of NDIS on the delivery and assessing NDIS related qualifications; Case studies:  NDIS related qualification

     

    3.5 hours

Register Here

To register into one of the workshops (sessions), select the number of tickets and enter your details - First Name, Last Name, Email Address. Click the 'Register' button to fill in further information of those attending and to select the workshop date. Once completed you will receive an email confirming your registration. If you do not receive this within 10 minutes, please contact us on 1300 917 150 or email info@vdc.edu.au.

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    Free Gov. Funded Ticket

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Victoria Australia 3000


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