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NDIS capacity building includes a range of supports that enable you to build your independence skills and participate more fully in your local community. It can include helping you find a job or study opportunities, apply for suitable accommodation, or learn a range of organisation and selfmanagement skills.

We have an expanding scope, delivering innovative training tailored to your needs. Our trainers are known for their industry expertise, practical hands-on experience and adult learning capabilities.

Services we offer:

Our training and courses are taught through our Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Our capacity building programs are flexible, working around the timetable of our participants and taking into the considering the type of support they need, at the frequency and intensity that they need it.

We van also provide in-house work experience until participants find employment.

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Learning how to cook

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Learning how to catch public transport

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Learning how to bathe oneself

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Learning how to dress oneself

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Learning how to keep a house

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Building social skills

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Developing a daily routine

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Understanding personal safety

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Working towards employment

Our trainers have a passion for the subjects that they teach and extensive experience training people with barriers to learning.

We help them with in-house work experience until they can find employment

1. Assessing their skill sets

2. Skill building

3. Building Life skills

4. Building Work skills

Building life skills

Lesson plans that are simple to follow

Modules of activity that encourage lifelong learning.

Individual and group activities are available

Encouraging social interaction and self-sufficiency.

Entertaining, interactive, and visually appealing

All ages and learning levels are welcome.

A wide range of Assistive Technology is available

iPad activities, SMART Board activities, Assistive Technology, and other resources are available.

Building work skills

All people with disabilities are welcome

Core Supports funding is available in your NDIS Plan

Modules of learning based on theory

Discover the fundamental skills and prerequisites for employment.

Create your own program

Select modules that will help you achieve your NDIS and career goals

A wide range of Assistive Technology is available

iPad activities, SMART Board activities, Assistive Technology, and other resources are available

The NDIS funds

1

Self-care at school related to the student’s disability, like support with eating.

2

Specialised training of teachers and other staff about the specific personal support needs of a student with disability

3

Specialist transport required because of the student’s disability (does not substitute parental responsibility)

4

Transportable equipment such as a wheelchair or personal communication devices.

5

Therapies a family and school have agreed may be delivered during school time but are not for educational purposes

Education systems fund

1

Teachers, learning assistants and other supports such as Auslan interpreters.

2

General support, resources and training for teachers, tutors and other staff.

3

Adjustments to buildings such as ramps, lifts and hearing loops.

4

Day-to-day supervision of students at school, including behavioural support.

5

Transport for educational or training activities such as excursions, field trips and sporting carnivals.

6

Aids and equipment to make curriculums accessible, such as modified computer hardware, software and Braille textbooks.

7

Therapy delivered in schools for education or training purposes, such as allied health practitioners helping teachers and trainers adjust curriculums.

FAQ’s

  • What educational supports will the NDIS fund?
  • Some participants in the Scheme may be studying at school, in higher education or with a vocational education and training (VET) provider. Some NDIS participants may require additional support while studying. The Scheme will fund supports related to the participant’s disability and which will enable them to engage both in education and the community. This includes such supports as assistance with self-care care, transport, transportable aids and equipment and transition support.
  • What educational supports are the responsibility of the education provider?
  • The NDIS compliments the supports, which should already be provided by the education system. The education system has responsibility for assisting students with their educational attainment, including through teaching and educational resources. This includes employing specialised staff, making reasonable adjustments and learning specific equipment.
  • What is the responsibility of the participant?
  • Individuals and families sometimes also have a role in funding education-related supports, such as purchasing school uniforms, paying school/course fees, excursion fees and purchasing educational material. It would generally not be appropriate for the NDIS to fund compulsory text books or tuition/membership fees. However, if as a result of a participant’s disability there is an increased cost in accessing compulsory course materials (for example, an audio book at an additional expense) the NDIS may fund the additional cost. There are some fee exemptions for people with disability, such as those available through Smart and Skilled, if a person is planning on accessing a VET course. For more information on eligibility go to: https://smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au/for-students/students-with-additional-needs/students-with-a-disability.
  • Can Life Skills and Work Skills programs be tailored to my NDIS goals?
  • Yes, Life Skills & Work Skills programs are designed to support you to achieve your careers goals and NDIS outcomes.
  • How long does it take to complete a Life Skill or Work Skill Module?
  • You can complete any Life Skill and Work Skill module in your own time, the modules are designed to suit your needs whether you are engaging with them daily, weekly or monthly, so that you can learn at your own pace.