Posted by: PPA Blogger on 12/13/2016

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

The roll out of the NDIS is creating a new world.  Whilst the government plays a role, we all have accountability as to what happens next.

It is expected that the numbers of people employed in the disability sector will more than double over the next 2 years as a result of the NDIS.

But the government does not have the infrastructure, or industry approved education and training platforms in place to support this growth, and ensure quality staff are recruited, trained and delivering excellent front line support to people with a disability.

There is an argument that the community services sector, not the government should be taking accountability for doing more for our workforce...but are we?

The community services sector can put our heads in the sand, or we can use the NDIS roll out as an opportunity to step up, demonstrate our leadership, and promote and develop the wisdom of our practitioners. 

In a true person-centred philosophy the responsibility for workforce development is shared across all who chose to participate in the sector.

But industry feedback is that there is not standardisation, or benchmarking to ensure a smooth transition into NDIS, or that one cert 2, 3, or 4 is equivalent to another, or equates with good staff.

The PPA can help.  We are the largest, industry led professional organisation for the community services sector.  We are passionate about use of innovation to recruit, train and support an NDIS ready workforce across Australia.

PPA actively works with consumers and industry to benchmark the sector, and create recruitment tools which capture and test for what is best practice.

PPA has the resources the sector needs to realise the NDIS promise of a better world.  Our industry developed and driven recruitment tools and international certifications target all of the job roles required to make NDIS work.

www.Profpracc.com Industry making the NDIS work.


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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 12/13/2016

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

The roll out of the NDIS is creating a new world.  Whilst the government plays a role, we all have accountability as to what happens next.

It is expected that the numbers of people employed in the disability sector will more than double over the next 2 years as a result of the NDIS.

But the government does not have the infrastructure, or industry approved education and training platforms in place to support this growth, and ensure quality staff are recruited, trained and delivering excellent front line support to people with a disability.

There is an argument that the community services sector, not the government should be taking accountability for doing more for our workforce...but are we?

The community services sector can put our heads in the sand, or we can use the NDIS roll out as an opportunity to step up, demonstrate our leadership, and promote and develop the wisdom of our practitioners. 

In a true person-centred philosophy the responsibility for workforce development is shared across all who chose to participate in the sector.

But industry feedback is that there is not standardisation, or benchmarking to ensure a smooth transition into NDIS, or that one cert 2, 3, or 4 is equivalent to another, or equates with good staff.

The PPA can help.  We are the largest, industry led professional organisation for the community services sector.  We are passionate about use of innovation to recruit, train and support an NDIS ready workforce across Australia.

PPA actively works with consumers and industry to benchmark the sector, and create recruitment tools which capture and test for what is best practice.

PPA has the resources the sector needs to realise the NDIS promise of a better world.  Our industry developed and driven recruitment tools and international certifications target all of the job roles required to make NDIS work.

www.Profpracc.com Industry making the NDIS work.


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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 12/13/2016

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

The roll out of the NDIS is creating a new world.  Whilst the government plays a role, we all have accountability as to what happens next.

It is expected that the numbers of people employed in the disability sector will more than double over the next 2 years as a result of the NDIS.

But the government does not have the infrastructure, or industry approved education and training platforms in place to support this growth, and ensure quality staff are recruited, trained and delivering excellent front line support to people with a disability.

There is an argument that the community services sector, not the government should be taking accountability for doing more for our workforce...but are we?

The community services sector can put our heads in the sand, or we can use the NDIS roll out as an opportunity to step up, demonstrate our leadership, and promote and develop the wisdom of our practitioners. 

In a true person-centred philosophy the responsibility for workforce development is shared across all who chose to participate in the sector.

But industry feedback is that there is not standardisation, or benchmarking to ensure a smooth transition into NDIS, or that one cert 2, 3, or 4 is equivalent to another, or equates with good staff.

The PPA can help.  We are the largest, industry led professional organisation for the community services sector.  We are passionate about use of innovation to recruit, train and support an NDIS ready workforce across Australia.

PPA actively works with consumers and industry to benchmark the sector, and create recruitment tools which capture and test for what is best practice.

PPA has the resources the sector needs to realise the NDIS promise of a better world.  Our industry developed and driven recruitment tools and international certifications target all of the job roles required to make NDIS work.

www.Profpracc.com Industry making the NDIS work.


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The roll out of the NDIS is creating a new world.  Whilst the government plays a role, we all have accountability as to what happens next.

It is expected that the numbers of people employed in the disability sector will more than double over the next 2 years as a result of the NDIS.

But the government does not have the infrastructure, or industry approved education and training platforms in place to support this growth, and ensure quality staff are recruited, trained and delivering excellent front line support to people with a disability.

There is an argument that the community services sector, not the government should be taking accountability for doing more for our workforce...but are we?

The community services sector can put our heads in the sand, or we can use the NDIS roll out as an opportunity to step up, demonstrate our leadership, and promote and develop the wisdom of our practitioners. 

In a true person-centred philosophy the responsibility for workforce development is shared across all who chose to participate in the sector.

But industry feedback is that there is not standardisation, or benchmarking to ensure a smooth transition into NDIS, or that one cert 2, 3, or 4 is equivalent to another, or equates with good staff.

The PPA can help.  We are the largest, industry led professional organisation for the community services sector.  We are passionate about use of innovation to recruit, train and support an NDIS ready workforce across Australia.

PPA actively works with consumers and industry to benchmark the sector, and create recruitment tools which capture and test for what is best practice.

PPA has the resources the sector needs to realise the NDIS promise of a better world.  Our industry developed and driven recruitment tools and international certifications target all of the job roles required to make NDIS work.

www.Profpracc.com Industry making the NDIS work.


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The roll out of the NDIS is creating a new world.  Whilst the government plays a role, we all have accountability as to what happens next.

It is expected that the numbers of people employed in the disability sector will more than double over the next 2 years as a result of the NDIS.

But the government does not have the infrastructure, or industry approved education and training platforms in place to support this growth, and ensure quality staff are recruited, trained and delivering excellent front line support to people with a disability.

There is an argument that the community services sector, not the government should be taking accountability for doing more for our workforce...but are we?

The community services sector can put our heads in the sand, or we can use the NDIS roll out as an opportunity to step up, demonstrate our leadership, and promote and develop the wisdom of our practitioners. 

In a true person-centred philosophy the responsibility for workforce development is shared across all who chose to participate in the sector.

But industry feedback is that there is not standardisation, or benchmarking to ensure a smooth transition into NDIS, or that one cert 2, 3, or 4 is equivalent to another, or equates with good staff.

The PPA can help.  We are the largest, industry led professional organisation for the community services sector.  We are passionate about use of innovation to recruit, train and support an NDIS ready workforce across Australia.

PPA actively works with consumers and industry to benchmark the sector, and create recruitment tools which capture and test for what is best practice.

PPA has the resources the sector needs to realise the NDIS promise of a better world.  Our industry developed and driven recruitment tools and international certifications target all of the job roles required to make NDIS work.

www.Profpracc.com Industry making the NDIS work.


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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 12/13/2016

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

NDIS: PPA helping realise the promise

The roll out of the NDIS is creating a new world.  Whilst the government plays a role, we all have accountability as to what happens next.

It is expected that the numbers of people employed in the disability sector will more than double over the next 2 years as a result of the NDIS.

But the government does not have the infrastructure, or industry approved education and training platforms in place to support this growth, and ensure quality staff are recruited, trained and delivering excellent front line support to people with a disability.

There is an argument that the community services sector, not the government should be taking accountability for doing more for our workforce...but are we?

The community services sector can put our heads in the sand, or we can use the NDIS roll out as an opportunity to step up, demonstrate our leadership, and promote and develop the wisdom of our practitioners. 

In a true person-centred philosophy the responsibility for workforce development is shared across all who chose to participate in the sector.

But industry feedback is that there is not standardisation, or benchmarking to ensure a smooth transition into NDIS, or that one cert 2, 3, or 4 is equivalent to another, or equates with good staff.

The PPA can help.  We are the largest, industry led professional organisation for the community services sector.  We are passionate about use of innovation to recruit, train and support an NDIS ready workforce across Australia.

PPA actively works with consumers and industry to benchmark the sector, and create recruitment tools which capture and test for what is best practice.

PPA has the resources the sector needs to realise the NDIS promise of a better world.  Our industry developed and driven recruitment tools and international certifications target all of the job roles required to make NDIS work.

www.Profpracc.com Industry making the NDIS work.


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It is expected that the numbers of people employed in the disability sector will more than double over the next 2 years as a result of the NDIS.

But the government does not have the infrastructure, or industry approved education and training platforms in place to support this growth, and ensure quality staff are recruited, trained and delivering excellent front line support to people with a disability.

There is an argument that the community services sector, not the government should be taking accountability for doing more for our workforce...but are we?

The community services sector can put our heads in the sand, or we can use the NDIS roll out as an opportunity to step up, demonstrate our leadership, and promote and develop the wisdom of our practitioners. 

In a true person-centred philosophy the responsibility for workforce development is shared across all who chose to participate in the sector.

But industry feedback is that there is not standardisation, or benchmarking to ensure a smooth transition into NDIS, or that one cert 2, 3, or 4 is equivalent to another, or equates with good staff.

The PPA can help.  We are the largest, industry led professional organisation for the community services sector.  We are passionate about use of innovation to recruit, train and support an NDIS ready workforce across Australia.

PPA actively works with consumers and industry to benchmark the sector, and create recruitment tools which capture and test for what is best practice.

PPA has the resources the sector needs to realise the NDIS promise of a better world.  Our industry developed and driven recruitment tools and international certifications target all of the job roles required to make NDIS work.

www.Profpracc.com Industry making the NDIS work.


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