For more information, visit the. Each module of the NDIS Standards of Practice consists of a series of high-level results focused on participants. Each result includes quality indicators that suppliers must comply with. Vendors that require a certification audit provide more complex or riskier supports and services.
In a certification audit, vendors are evaluated according to the practical standards of the NDIS, which may include an evaluation with respect to the main module and any complementary module relevant to the type of support they offer. The registration requirements describe the compliance requirements for the core and supplementary modules by registration group. The NDIS Commission provides information and guidance to help you understand how to meet the requirements in the context of your organization. To ensure that auditors are competent in auditing the NDIS standards of practice, the NDIS registry groups and the specific modules of NDIS practice standards, their competence is evaluated and, if they are competent, the Standard and specific codes are assigned to the auditors.
Details on the quality requirements and safeguards of the NDIS Commission can be found in NDIS legislation, standards and policies. This means, for example, that a provider with only a few workers and a small number of participants must submit a different level of evidence to meet the requirements, compared to a national provider with a large workforce and many participants. The NDIS audit is an evaluation of NDIS providers and their key staff to provide NDIS supports and services. The NDIS standards of practice create an important reference point for providers to evaluate their performance and demonstrate how they provide safe, high-quality supports and services to NDIS participants.
The NDIS Commission will manage the registration and quality control of NDIS suppliers under a coherent framework at the national level. As the NDIS market develops, the NDIS Commission will continue to monitor the effectiveness of these profession-specific regulatory frameworks to meet the requirements of the NDIS Commission in relation to safe and quality services for NDIS participants. Along with the NDIS Code of Conduct, the NDIS practical standards will help NDIS participants to learn about the quality service delivery they should expect from NDIS providers. As part of the registration and renewal processes, the NDIS Commission evaluates the suitability of NDIS providers and their key staff to provide NDIS supports and services.
To help you self-evaluate, register and decide how best to present your services, the NDIS provider toolkit can help. ShiftCare has helped hundreds of NDIS providers to grow their businesses while remaining compliant, thanks to the billing features on the 26% list that are perfectly suited to the needs of NDIS providers. To apply for or renew registration with the NDIS Commission, all suppliers are audited according to the practical standards of the NDIS. In a certification audit, vendors are evaluated according to the practical standards of the NDIS, which may include an evaluation with respect to the main module and any complementary module relevant to the type of support they offer.