NDIS School Leaver Employment Supports Information Session for Providers


The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) invites all providers who are registered to deliver employment assistance to attend an information session on School Leaver Employment Supports.

The NDIS booklet for School Leaver Employment Supports has been ‘refreshed’ and now features additional information for providers regarding the NDIA’s expectations for the delivery of School Leaver Employment Supports, outcome measures, reporting and claiming. This session will provide an opportunity to discuss this information as well as providing an opportunity for providers to ask questions.

Please note this session is offered over multiple dates to allow flexibility for attendees, and each session will cover the same content. Please only register for the date you wish to attend.

Sessions will be delivered via video-conference using Microsoft Teams. Registrations will close three business days prior to the session date.

Two business days prior to the session, login details (including the MS Teams link) will be sent via email from events@ndis.gov.au to the email address you provide at registration.

Accessibility is important to us. If you have any accessibility, interpreter, live captioning, or other requirements please advise when registering. Please note, we require a minimum of five (5) business days’ notice to book interpreters and live captioning services.

For any enquiries regarding this session, including any questions you would like addressed at this event, please contact events@ndis.gov.au and include the session name in the subject line.

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