Building your skills to run a support coordination business (Mildura)

  • March 24th, 2020 9:00 am
  • 220 - 228 Thirteenth St, Mildura VIC
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Ablelink, in partnership with the Summer Foundation, is running this workshop to build the capacity of support coordinators to run sustainable and high-quality support coordination businesses.

Who is this for?

  • Registered support coordinators
  • People interested in delivering support coordination

Why should you attend?

Find out how to deliver quality support coordination and optimise outcomes for participants while respecting your own time in this new billable model.

We’ll discuss tips to find participants, specialise your service, manage business overheads and work with other providers to develop effective solutions.

Topics include

  • What makes great support coordination
  • Efficiency and sustainability in the NDIS
  • NDIS registration (registered, unregistered, sub-contracting)
  • Workflow, templates and systems for a support coordinator

Outcomes

As a workshop participant you will develop your understanding of:

  • What support coordination is and why it’s important
  • What makes great support coordination
  • Proven and ethical business practices to enable you to improve your systems to deliver high quality support coordination
  • Options to operate as a support coordinator

Presenter

This workshop will be facilitated by Jess Stubbins and Cam Burns, founders and directors of Ablelink, a successful support coordination business.

Session Details

Date: Tuesday 24 March
Time: 9am – 12pm
Address: Mildura Private Hospital, 220 – 228 Thirteenth St, Mildura VIC 3500
Cost: Free ($50 refundable booking deposit to secure your place)

REGISTER HERE

This workshop is part of a series being run by the below organisations in Mildura from 24 March – 27 March 2020.

The UpSkill: Regional Victoria project is supported by the Victorian Government.

 

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