NDIS Registration Process

NDIS Registration Process for becoming a new NDIS Provider or renewing your NDIS Registration

NDIS Provider Registration 2021

STEP 1. Complete the online

application form

When you complete the online application form to become a registered NDIS provider, you need to:

  1. Provide information, including:
    • your organisation’s contact details
    • your corporate structure
    • your outlets/places of operation, and
    • your key personnel
  2. Select the registration groups your organisation provides. This determines which NDIS Practice Standards apply to your organisation. Based on your responses, the form will filter to show you relevant information.
  3. Complete a self-assessment against the NDIS Practice Standards relevant to the supports and services your organisation delivers to participants and upload any documents required as evidence.

You can save the form and return to complete it at any time within 60 days.

Its also a good idea to have your policies and procedures completed so that you are ready for the audit as these will be a major aspect of the auditors focus.

NDIS Verification Audit

STEP 2. Select an approved

quality auditor

After you submit your online application, you will receive an ‘initial scope of audit’ document by email from the NDIS Commission, summarising the registration requirements that apply to your organisation. This outlines whether you require a ‘verification’ or ‘certification’ audit and what your organisation needs to demonstrate to comply with the relevant NDIS Practice Standards.

It is your responsibility as the applicant to engage an approved quality auditor to undertake the audit. You can request a quote from more than one auditor to make your decision. They will use the ‘initial scope of audit’ document you received to quote for their services. You can also discuss your specific needs and circumstances with auditors to negotiate the best value.

STEP 3. Undergo an audit

After you have selected an approved quality auditor, they will check that the scope of audit is accurate and begin the audit process. The process is different for ‘verification’ or ‘certification’ audits.

Auditors will also complete their assessment in a way that takes your organisation’s size and scale, and the scope and complexity of the services being delivered, into consideration.

The auditor will work with you to help you understand the findings and give you the opportunity to ask and answer any questions. The auditor will submit the outcome of their audit to the NDIS Commission through an online portal.

NDIS Verification Audit

STEP 4. The NDIS Commission

assesses your application and

makes a decision

In assessing your registration application, the NDIS Commission will consider the outcomes of the audit and conduct a suitability assessment of your organisation and key personnel.

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NDIS Providers Map 2021

 

June 2021 37,001 total providers Nationwide

NDIS Participants 2021

 

June 2016 30,000 participants Nationwide

 

June 2020 390,000 participants Nationwide

 

June 2021 467,000 participants Nationwide

 

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We can get your policies done Rapidly and Professionally.  There are few companies out there that have the experiance and expertise to develop the much needed documents required to meet the Commissions standards.  We strategically piece together your policies to ensure you are fully covered

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"Thank you for your service, we have been approved to start our NDIS provider service"

-Richard F

"Rapid Policies were very professional and dealt with our needs very quick and we were very happy with their services".

-Elaine T

"We engaged Rapid Polices to help us put Policies together for our NDIS registration renewal. We passed the audit and are very appreciative".

-Lisa S

Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does it take to complete ?

Once we have the okay to go ahead, and have received the deposit, we will initiate the assessment and from the time we receive the information we need to start, we will have your draft policies ready for review within 7-10 days.

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What if i am not satisfied with the Policies ?

We provide revisions based on the required specifications which you have a chance to provide as part of the initial registration process.    We gaurantee satisfaction with our service and will ensure that this occurs before you pay the final payment.

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Will my Policies be approved by the NDISC ?

The NDIS Commission has reviewed our policies and we have had our policies reviewed and approved my various NDIS auditors throughout the country over the last couple of years and we have passed 100% of the time, every time.

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Do you just copy and paste or are they customised ?

Your policies a customised using basic templates that are core legislation requirements in the industry.  Branded, itemised and tailor made to suit your company and your services.

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