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    Risk Management for NDIS Providers

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    Event description

    This workshop will provide you with a working knowledge of Risk Assessment that allows you to develop and apply risk tools in your role as an NDIS provider.

    This course will enable you to:

    • Understand the principles and purpose of risk assessment
    • Be able to identify risks for the provider, workers and participants
    • Assess risks from identified hazards
    • Determine the significance of identified hazards and risks
    • Develop strategies to minimise risk and implement corrective actions
    • Document risk management plans for your organisation and participants


    You will be provided with a learners workbook and workshop scenarios to provide practical experience in implementing risk management strategies. 

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    • It is important to understand that we will be taking a roll call upon you logging in for the training. We will only allow those who have purchased a ticket and have registered for the training to attend the training session. Please ensure to provide your full name when registering for this training.

    • This training is for individual attendance only and not for groups of people who are registered under the one registration. If your registration is for more than one person, please let us know asap, and we can discuss arrangements as your group will not be able to participate on the day.

    • This workshop does not contribute to, or demonstrate competence requirements for auditors under the NDIS Approved Quality Auditor Scheme Guidelines 2018.

    • If there are insufficient registrations for this workshop, EFA will cancel the workshop up to 24 hours prior to the planned time/date. If this is the case you will be contacted via email and will be issued a full refund.

    • Online event will be held via Zoom. The Access link will be delivered via email one day prior to the event.

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