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NDIS Worker Screening Checks

NDIS Worker screening requirements

NDIS Worker Screening Checks

All states and territories have started implementing the new NDIS worker screening arrangements as part of a national approach to worker screening.

Now that the new national worker screening arrangements have started, registered NDIS providers are required to only engage workers with an NDIS worker screening clearance in certain roles (called ‘risk assessed roles’).

However, states and territories have different arrangements for when a worker must apply for an NDIS Worker Screening Check.

Please check the transitional and special arrangements that apply in your state or territory to determine when your workers will need to have an NDIS worker screening clearance.

The transitional and special arrangements specify alternative checks and clearances that are acceptable pending the availability of the NDIS Worker Screening Check.

We will keep you updated on any changes and new requirements for your staff as we hear them.

Stay tuned!

Written by Amanda Robinson

Amanda’s expertise lies in disability, mental health, aged care and navigating the complex terrain of the Disability Sector. She is a passionate advocate, a strategic leader, and a catalyst for positive change.


The Dazzling Business News Australian Young Entrepreneur’s Awards 2023

Business News Australian Young Entrepreneur's Awards 2023

The Dazzling Business News Australian Young Entrepreneur’s Awards

Following on from our incredible triumph at the Business News Australia Gold Coast Young Entrepreneur’s Awards in October 2023, we felt incredibly privileged to be in the running for the prestigious Australian Young Entrepreneur Awards held at the Gold Coast. Making it into the top 100 business across Australia.

We shone alongside impressive contenders from all over the country, from Broome to Hobart, Wangaratta to Perth, Adelaide to Coolum Beach, and everything in between.
In each segment, the event spotlighted not only the financial success of the enterprises but also celebrated the remarkable creativity of the founders and the profound missions propelling them forward. It was a testament to the dynamic and innovative spirit that young entrepreneurs bring to the business landscape.
Australian Young Entrepreneur Awards founder Camilla Jansen highlights how the initiative searches the country far and wide for the most innovative, tenacious, and successful talent making an impact on business and society.
NGO Training Centre was, of course, on this list, and for this we have our incredible and dedicated team to thank, as well as our loyal and supportive customers who continue to provide essential services to people in our community who need it the most.
Another heartfelt thank you and congratulations to everyone who contributed to the success and growth of our business. We look forward to next year’s awards and the continued showcasing of the remarkable and innovative talent across our ever-evolving Australian landscape.


ADSCA Conference 2023

Irina Vishnina at the NGO Training Centre booth

ADSCA 2023

NGO Training Centre attended the Australian Disability Service Conference & Awards (ADSCA) on the 23rd of November held at the stunning Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. What a great day at the conference, delivered by the delightfully witty MC, Ben Sorensen.

The Conference and awards were hosted by One Community, and recognise both excellence and innovation in the disability service sector. ADSCA is unique in that it brings a wide range of service providers together to explore topical industry themes during the day and celebrates service excellence during the evening.



At the conference, we heard from some talented speakers, including our CEO and Founder, Jasminne Hristic, who provided a deep insight into the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the business world. The room was jam-packed as people were immersed in the potential of AI and how it could help provide a positive impact on their business journey.

We were so fortunate to meet face to face with some of our loyal customers, who were able to provide us with some incredible feedback about how our training is changing the lives of the people that they employ, and in turn, the participants that they support. To hear this directly from our customers was a privilege- and we thank you all for your ongoing support!

Jasminne presenting at ADSCA conference about the power of AI
Jasminne Hristic presenting the Awards on stage

In the evening, the NGO Training Centre was proud to sponsor the award for Best Accommodation Provider. The Best Accommodation Provider displayed the most innovative accommodation model, promoting a life of independence and providing a ‘home’ that meets the unique needs of EVERY individual in the house.

Each finalist achieved excellence in this area, and we want to extend heartfelt congratulations to the winners – Ability SDA

We were lucky enough to help celebrate some of our customers who brought home awards on the evening for their distinguished service in the Disability Community. We are so proud of you all!

It was great to be part of celebrating and acknowledging the incredible work being achieved in the disability service sector.

A HUGE shout out to all of the incredible award finalists, and the fantastic presenting partners, Kismet & Tender Loving Cuisine.

Jasminne with winners Ability SDA
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