Posted by: PPA Blogger on 07/21/2016

Moving your workforce or career into the new world of NDIS? PPA can help.

Moving your workforce or career into the new world of NDIS? PPA can help.

Whilst the roll out of NDIS is a potentially liberating and empowering policy change for those with a lived experience, for the industry primarily responsible for servicing that change, it heralds a time of both excitement and....let's be brutally honest here.....the great unknown.  

For employers, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I recruit enough staff to cater for the estimated growth of jobs in our industry touted as being 70 000 nationally in the disability sector alone (http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2013/s3753856.htm)?
  • How will I recruit the right staff, who have the necessary attributes to work in a person-centred way with diverse clients?  
  • When I have recruited them, how will I keep them? and 
  • Where will I access education and training for my staff, to ensure that my organisation adheres to best practice, whilst minimising risk.


For workers or staff, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I know which organisations are the good ones to work for?
  • Where can I go to access industry endorsed education and training?
  • How can I both stay current, learning about best practice, new ideas, what works and what doesn't, and access a career trajectory which will help me to grow personally and professionally?
  • How can I become, and stay connected with peers and find mentors?


For new recruits, questions include:

  • How do I go about entering the sector?
  • How can I use my lived experience as currency for getting a paid job?
  • How do I connect with the right people, and the right organisations?


And for clients:

  • How do I know that the person I am inviting to work with me will be okay?
  • How do I know that my worker follows good practice?
  • What about if I also want to start working in the sector, to help others like me?

The Professional Practice Academy, or PPA, answers these questions and more. 

We provide a comprehensive marketplace of industry approved education and training.  

We have built and launched the first of a series of world first attributional tools (patent pending), targeting specific roles required in the new world of NDIS.  Our first focusses on the Mental Health Support Worker, and allows the individual, or organisation to demonstrate good fit for that role, as well as identifying areas for additional education and training.  

We have also developed an internationally recognised certification program for front-line staff, all the way through to CEO level positions, so that anyone can begin, and end their career with us-and be inspired along the way.  

And we provide an online directory through which you can search, connect, and engage with like minded individuals, find talent to fill roles, advertise events and networking opportunities-all in a targeted, streamlined, and focussed manner.  


So join the PPA today.  

You can join for free, try us out, and then in the event you wish to upgrade your membership, allowing you to access the full range of support we can provide, contact our friendly support staff by emailing info@profpracc.com 








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Whilst the roll out of NDIS is a potentially liberating and empowering policy change for those with a lived experience, for the industry primarily responsible for servicing that change, it heralds a time of both excitement and....let's be brutally honest here.....the great unknown.  

For employers, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I recruit enough staff to cater for the estimated growth of jobs in our industry touted as being 70 000 nationally in the disability sector alone (http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2013/s3753856.htm)?
  • How will I recruit the right staff, who have the necessary attributes to work in a person-centred way with diverse clients?  
  • When I have recruited them, how will I keep them? and 
  • Where will I access education and training for my staff, to ensure that my organisation adheres to best practice, whilst minimising risk.


For workers or staff, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I know which organisations are the good ones to work for?
  • Where can I go to access industry endorsed education and training?
  • How can I both stay current, learning about best practice, new ideas, what works and what doesn't, and access a career trajectory which will help me to grow personally and professionally?
  • How can I become, and stay connected with peers and find mentors?


For new recruits, questions include:

  • How do I go about entering the sector?
  • How can I use my lived experience as currency for getting a paid job?
  • How do I connect with the right people, and the right organisations?


And for clients:

  • How do I know that the person I am inviting to work with me will be okay?
  • How do I know that my worker follows good practice?
  • What about if I also want to start working in the sector, to help others like me?

The Professional Practice Academy, or PPA, answers these questions and more. 

We provide a comprehensive marketplace of industry approved education and training.  

We have built and launched the first of a series of world first attributional tools (patent pending), targeting specific roles required in the new world of NDIS.  Our first focusses on the Mental Health Support Worker, and allows the individual, or organisation to demonstrate good fit for that role, as well as identifying areas for additional education and training.  

We have also developed an internationally recognised certification program for front-line staff, all the way through to CEO level positions, so that anyone can begin, and end their career with us-and be inspired along the way.  

And we provide an online directory through which you can search, connect, and engage with like minded individuals, find talent to fill roles, advertise events and networking opportunities-all in a targeted, streamlined, and focussed manner.  


So join the PPA today.  

You can join for free, try us out, and then in the event you wish to upgrade your membership, allowing you to access the full range of support we can provide, contact our friendly support staff by emailing info@profpracc.com 








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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 07/21/2016

Moving your workforce or career into the new world of NDIS? PPA can help.

Moving your workforce or career into the new world of NDIS? PPA can help.

Whilst the roll out of NDIS is a potentially liberating and empowering policy change for those with a lived experience, for the industry primarily responsible for servicing that change, it heralds a time of both excitement and....let's be brutally honest here.....the great unknown.  

For employers, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I recruit enough staff to cater for the estimated growth of jobs in our industry touted as being 70 000 nationally in the disability sector alone (http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2013/s3753856.htm)?
  • How will I recruit the right staff, who have the necessary attributes to work in a person-centred way with diverse clients?  
  • When I have recruited them, how will I keep them? and 
  • Where will I access education and training for my staff, to ensure that my organisation adheres to best practice, whilst minimising risk.


For workers or staff, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I know which organisations are the good ones to work for?
  • Where can I go to access industry endorsed education and training?
  • How can I both stay current, learning about best practice, new ideas, what works and what doesn't, and access a career trajectory which will help me to grow personally and professionally?
  • How can I become, and stay connected with peers and find mentors?


For new recruits, questions include:

  • How do I go about entering the sector?
  • How can I use my lived experience as currency for getting a paid job?
  • How do I connect with the right people, and the right organisations?


And for clients:

  • How do I know that the person I am inviting to work with me will be okay?
  • How do I know that my worker follows good practice?
  • What about if I also want to start working in the sector, to help others like me?

The Professional Practice Academy, or PPA, answers these questions and more. 

We provide a comprehensive marketplace of industry approved education and training.  

We have built and launched the first of a series of world first attributional tools (patent pending), targeting specific roles required in the new world of NDIS.  Our first focusses on the Mental Health Support Worker, and allows the individual, or organisation to demonstrate good fit for that role, as well as identifying areas for additional education and training.  

We have also developed an internationally recognised certification program for front-line staff, all the way through to CEO level positions, so that anyone can begin, and end their career with us-and be inspired along the way.  

And we provide an online directory through which you can search, connect, and engage with like minded individuals, find talent to fill roles, advertise events and networking opportunities-all in a targeted, streamlined, and focussed manner.  


So join the PPA today.  

You can join for free, try us out, and then in the event you wish to upgrade your membership, allowing you to access the full range of support we can provide, contact our friendly support staff by emailing info@profpracc.com 








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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 07/21/2016

Moving your workforce or career into the new world of NDIS? PPA can help.

Moving your workforce or career into the new world of NDIS? PPA can help.

Whilst the roll out of NDIS is a potentially liberating and empowering policy change for those with a lived experience, for the industry primarily responsible for servicing that change, it heralds a time of both excitement and....let's be brutally honest here.....the great unknown.  

For employers, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I recruit enough staff to cater for the estimated growth of jobs in our industry touted as being 70 000 nationally in the disability sector alone (http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2013/s3753856.htm)?
  • How will I recruit the right staff, who have the necessary attributes to work in a person-centred way with diverse clients?  
  • When I have recruited them, how will I keep them? and 
  • Where will I access education and training for my staff, to ensure that my organisation adheres to best practice, whilst minimising risk.


For workers or staff, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I know which organisations are the good ones to work for?
  • Where can I go to access industry endorsed education and training?
  • How can I both stay current, learning about best practice, new ideas, what works and what doesn't, and access a career trajectory which will help me to grow personally and professionally?
  • How can I become, and stay connected with peers and find mentors?


For new recruits, questions include:

  • How do I go about entering the sector?
  • How can I use my lived experience as currency for getting a paid job?
  • How do I connect with the right people, and the right organisations?


And for clients:

  • How do I know that the person I am inviting to work with me will be okay?
  • How do I know that my worker follows good practice?
  • What about if I also want to start working in the sector, to help others like me?

The Professional Practice Academy, or PPA, answers these questions and more. 

We provide a comprehensive marketplace of industry approved education and training.  

We have built and launched the first of a series of world first attributional tools (patent pending), targeting specific roles required in the new world of NDIS.  Our first focusses on the Mental Health Support Worker, and allows the individual, or organisation to demonstrate good fit for that role, as well as identifying areas for additional education and training.  

We have also developed an internationally recognised certification program for front-line staff, all the way through to CEO level positions, so that anyone can begin, and end their career with us-and be inspired along the way.  

And we provide an online directory through which you can search, connect, and engage with like minded individuals, find talent to fill roles, advertise events and networking opportunities-all in a targeted, streamlined, and focussed manner.  


So join the PPA today.  

You can join for free, try us out, and then in the event you wish to upgrade your membership, allowing you to access the full range of support we can provide, contact our friendly support staff by emailing info@profpracc.com 








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Whilst the roll out of NDIS is a potentially liberating and empowering policy change for those with a lived experience, for the industry primarily responsible for servicing that change, it heralds a time of both excitement and....let's be brutally honest here.....the great unknown.  

For employers, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I recruit enough staff to cater for the estimated growth of jobs in our industry touted as being 70 000 nationally in the disability sector alone (http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2013/s3753856.htm)?
  • How will I recruit the right staff, who have the necessary attributes to work in a person-centred way with diverse clients?  
  • When I have recruited them, how will I keep them? and 
  • Where will I access education and training for my staff, to ensure that my organisation adheres to best practice, whilst minimising risk.


For workers or staff, the unknown includes questions around:

  • How will I know which organisations are the good ones to work for?
  • Where can I go to access industry endorsed education and training?
  • How can I both stay current, learning about best practice, new ideas, what works and what doesn't, and access a career trajectory which will help me to grow personally and professionally?
  • How can I become, and stay connected with peers and find mentors?


For new recruits, questions include:

  • How do I go about entering the sector?
  • How can I use my lived experience as currency for getting a paid job?
  • How do I connect with the right people, and the right organisations?


And for clients:

  • How do I know that the person I am inviting to work with me will be okay?
  • How do I know that my worker follows good practice?
  • What about if I also want to start working in the sector, to help others like me?

The Professional Practice Academy, or PPA, answers these questions and more. 

We provide a comprehensive marketplace of industry approved education and training.  

We have built and launched the first of a series of world first attributional tools (patent pending), targeting specific roles required in the new world of NDIS.  Our first focusses on the Mental Health Support Worker, and allows the individual, or organisation to demonstrate good fit for that role, as well as identifying areas for additional education and training.  

We have also developed an internationally recognised certification program for front-line staff, all the way through to CEO level positions, so that anyone can begin, and end their career with us-and be inspired along the way.  

And we provide an online directory through which you can search, connect, and engage with like minded individuals, find talent to fill roles, advertise events and networking opportunities-all in a targeted, streamlined, and focussed manner.  


So join the PPA today.  

You can join for free, try us out, and then in the event you wish to upgrade your membership, allowing you to access the full range of support we can provide, contact our friendly support staff by emailing info@profpracc.com 








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