Webinar: Understanding the NDIS Audit

July 19, 2020

Registering and renewing as an NDIS provider can be confusing. It can be difficult to understand what is required of you and how the audit process works.

We’ll break it down for you.

Join us for a 1 hour webinar led by one of our NDIS experts, with a comprehensive Q&A session. Register now and get all your queries answered.

The webinar will cover:

  • NDIS auditing requirements
  • The difference between verification and certification audit
  • Recent changes to the NDIS audit process
  • Processes and policies required for compliance
  • And much more…

Register here: https://www.bigmarker.com/centro-assist/Understanding-the-NDIS-Audit3-2020-07-21-11-00-am?utm_bmcr_source=Eventbrite

Feedback from our previous webinar:

“I had been feeling a bit negative towards going through the audit process to be a plan manager, but I felt a lot more positive after your webinar!”

A little about us:

Centro ASSIST supports NDIS service providers with a better way to do policy and process. Offering ready-made content, an online system and ongoing expert NDIS assistance.

Before the webinar, feel free to explore our products: https://www.centroassist.com.au/

Make sure you check out our FAQ: https://www.centroassist.com.au/webinar-faq

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