The introduction of the NDIS is such an exciting time for our clients. In Victoria alone, there are more than 100,000 people that need some level of support. In response to this need, we’ve developed the NDIS JobReady program.
We’ve created a program that makes a career in disability accessible to everyone. Working in disability is some of the most rewarding work you’ll ever do and our JobReady program enables people that have not worked in this amazing sector before to make a career change and take their first steps into a new career in disability.
The program starts with an in classroom course which delivers a whole semester’s content in a 4 day long intensive training program. It’s hands on and course content is delivered through a mixture of practical and course work. This method of learning maximises the retention of the course content and provides the biggest benefit for students. At the conclusion of the course, you will be job ready and employable with ONCALL to work with our NDIS participants. You will be mentored for 6 months with regular ongoing training and support.
Provide First Aid (HLTAID003)
This course will give you the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response including CPR, life support, management of casualties, the incident and other first aiders in a range of situations including in the home, the workplace or in the community until the arrival of medical or other assistance.
NDIS & Skills
Introduces the NDIS, and what it means to be a support worker; including possible career pathways. We cover soft skills including trust and empathy, choice, control and human rights. We teach you the technical skills required to be a support worker including facilitating independence and active support, incident report writing and developing individualised plans.
Personalised Support Needs
This session includes the essential information required to safely provide personal care, food handling, manual handling and meal assistance.
There are also practical assessments in manual handling, personal care, meal assistance and hand washing.
This session provides the knowledge, skills and safe practices to support individuals who require assistance with administering medication.
You will also receive ONCALL induction training which covers the organisation overview, accountability, policies and procedures.
ONCALL provides two options for paying tuition fees.
$275 at start of course
Pay nothing more until you start working with ONCALL then $27.50 a week will come out of your wage until you pay the total cost.
Pay the full fee at the beginning of the course to receive a 10% discount.
Price reflects 10% discount.
Our recruitment team will assess your application and eligibility and arrange a telephone interview, if successful you will be invited for a face-to-face interview.
If successful at interview you will be invited to commence our 4-day intensive training program where we will teach you the essential skills required to work in the disability sector.
On completion of training you will have the opportunity to gain casual employment with ONCALL and commence work. You will be mentored through the program with a dedicated ONCALL consultant.
With 6 months experience you will have completed the NDIS JobReady program at which time a clear career path in disability will be available to you.
This program provides you with a long term career path and opportunities that enables you to move into the disability sector. The training takes place in Melbourne, so you’ll need to be based here.
You would be matched with an NDIS participant who is seeking support and has similar hobbies, interests, values and culture to your own.
Building a positive, professional, relationship with this individual is key as you will be assisting and empowering them to make their own choices and decisions at home and in their community.
The type of activities you could be doing with the participant may vary, but generally they fall under three main areas, they are; Community support, achieving goals and personal support.
NDIS JobReady T&C's (pdf 1.42 MB)Download