Running an Allied Health Business in the NDIS

Half Day WorkshoP

Allied Health & NDIS

Online learning

9:30am - 12:30pm

Melbourne: 30 July   |   Brisbane: 25 July

Available from 1 July.

Self guided online learning on key NDIS topics.

Half Day Workshop:
Running an Allied Health Business in the NDIS


9:30am - 12.45pm
(Registrations open 9:00am)






$280 + GST (includes access to online learning)


Should I enter the NDIS? The $4.4 billion question.

The NDIA is investing around 20% of funding into Allied Health supports and with the value of annual NDIS funding set to reach $22 billion by 2020, this represents a $4.4 billion opportunity to build a new business or extend your existing business to support NDIS participants.

Getting NDIS ready can seem complex. But in truth, you don’t even need to register with the NDIS to get started. This half-day workshop explores your options by answering critical questions to help you determine what you need to do to get ready:

  • Should I register as an NDIS provider?

  • Which NDIS Quality and Safeguarding requirements would apply to me?

  • Which NDIS participants should I support?

  • What services will I offer them?

  • How will I be different?



IBIS Melbourne
15 – 21 Therry st,
Melbourne VIC


Capri By Fraser
80 Albert St,
Brisbane City QLD

Online Training: Allied Health & NDIS


Available from 1 July (self paced learning)


Time required

Approx. 2 hours



$80 + GST
(free for workshop attendees)


This online course is designed to support Allied Health Professionals to understand their role in the NDIS, breaking down some of the most complex pieces of policy to give you the information you need to do what you do best.

Flexible learning, accessed when you want it. Our online courses take you beyond webinars with on demand self-paced learning that includes video tutorials, up to date case examples, access to only the detail you want and and quizzes to engage your learning brain. It is comprised of three modules:

  • Module 1: Introduction to the NDIS for Allied Health Professionals

  • Module 2: NDIS vs (Allied) Health: Who Pays for What?

  • Module 3: Allied Health Professionals' Role in Supporting NDIS Access & Planning

Upon completion of the online course, you will be given a certificate to claim credit for your continuous professional development. Check with your registration body to see if this course complies with your CPD requirements.

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