Published On: January 18th, 2023|Categories: Announcements, Recruitment|Tags: |

NDIS Worker check and why its good for you

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Did you know that registered NDIS providers need it?

The great thing is that the NDIS has made it a requirement of all registered providers to have their staff complete their NDIS worker Check?

What is NDIS worker Check?

One of the key features of the NDIS is that it allows participants to choose and manage their own support workers. However, it’s important for NDIS participants to make sure that the workers they choose have gone through the NDIS Worker Screening process.

The NDIS Worker Screening Check is an assessment of whether a person who works, or seeks to work, with people with disability poses a risk to them. The assessment determines whether a person is cleared or excluded from working in certain roles with people with disability.

The NDIS Worker Screening process is a way for the NDIS to ensure that support workers are suitable to work with NDIS participants. It involves a background check and a review of the worker’s qualifications, skills, and experience. This is important because NDIS participants are some of the most vulnerable members of our community, and it’s essential that they are provided with safe and appropriate support.

Workers who have gone through the NDIS Worker Screening process have been cleared by the NDIS as suitable to work with NDIS participants. This means that they have been vetted for any criminal history and have the necessary qualifications and experience to provide the support required.

Furthermore, using workers with NDIS Worker Screening can also give you peace of mind knowing that you have chosen a worker who has been vetted by the NDIS.

In conclusion, NDIS participants should use workers with NDIS Worker Screening to ensure that the support they receive is safe and appropriate. It’s important to choose workers who have been vetted by the NDIS and have the necessary qualifications and experience. This will ensure that NDIS participants receive the support they need and that they are protected from any potential harm.

Can I have more information about this?

Visit the NDIS website on this topic.
Last Updated: January 22nd, 2024|

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