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NDIS Restrictive Practices & Behaviour Support for Implementing Providers

Are you a NDIS provider seeking guidance on your obligations as a provider that support participants subject to a Restrictive Practice? 

Our experts can help.

There are a range of complex mandatory requirements for NDIS providers involved in implementing behaviour support plans. These requirements include having trained and competent workers, understanding behaviour support and regulated restrictive practices, and a range of reporting and monitoring processes. Behaviour support is a compliance priority of the NDIS Commission, so it is important to be on top of these requirements.

Don’t know where to start? 

Look no further. 

EFA are auditing and quality specialists. We personally train all the NDIS auditors nationally. We also have a team of Associates, who include clinical experts with extensive experience in behaviour support.

We can demystify behaviour support and restrictive practices and share that information with you in a way that makes sense for you and your NDIS service.

So, what is included in the training? 

Our training will cover off on the following: 

  • The responsibilities of implementing providers
  • The relationship between implementing providers and providers developing behaviour support plans
  • Background to the use of Restrictive Practices
  • What are Behaviours of concern and Positive Behaviour Support?
  • What is/isn’t a Regulated Restrictive Practice?
  • What is an unauthorised Restrictive Practice?
  • Navigating the Guidelines, Rules, Frameworks and Legislative requirements which you must understand
  • Reporting requirements
  • The Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework
  • Case Studies

You will also take away a Workbook with the key learnings from the workshop. You’ll never leave our training empty-handed!

Please note: It is important to understand that 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. We currently have a half day session open for registrations on, 21 March 2022, 9:30am – 1:30pm AEDT – Register here