Log in to the NDIS Commission portal and that's it. Find an Auditor · Key Staff · Understand what it is. To request the renewal of your registration, you will need to complete the online application process. Log in to the NDIS Commission portal and go to the “My Registration” tab to get started.
The Renewal Quick Reference Guide is a useful resource that will help you along the way. At any time, you can file a complaint, praise, or offer a suggestion to help us improve our service. There are several ways you can do this. If you are granted an exclusion from the NDIS, this means that you cannot work in an NDIS risk assessment function for the purposes of the NDIS.
Do not notify the department, in writing, within 7 days of a material change in circumstances while you are in possession of an authorization from the NDIS or you have requested an authorization from the NDIS. If you are concerned about the quality or safety of the NDIS supports or services you receive, you can file a complaint with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. You can download a flow chart of the NDIS worker selection application process from the NDIS Commission website External link Some people will need to obtain an authorization from the NDIS and an authorization from the WWC, since they can engage in child-related work as part of their role in the NDIS. The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) is an independent Commonwealth agency established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services.
If you are granted an exclusion from the NDIS, you will not be able to request an NDIS check again for five years from the date of notification, unless your circumstances change. Once you have completed your request, the provider or participant you designate will receive a notification from the NDIS Commission stating that they have 30 days to verify your request. If you have an authorization from the NDIS and your role in the NDIS involves work related to children, you must also have an authorization from the WWC or have requested a check from the WWC. The NDIS Check is a way to ensure that people who work with NDIS participants do not pose an unacceptable risk to participants.
Your NDIS authorization status will be recorded in the NDIS National Commission's Worker Selection Database (NWSD). The NDIS Worker Selection Control (NDIS Check) is an important part of the Framework that works with other components to support the dignity, safety and well-being of NDIS participants. Your NDIS authorization status will be recorded in the NDIS National Commission's Worker Selection Database (NWSD), external link. In evaluating your registration request, the NDIS Commission will consider the results of the audit and will conduct an assessment of the suitability of your organization and key personnel.
This quick reference guide will describe how a provider can renew their registration on the NDIS Commission portal.