NDIS Job Ready
The NDIS JobReady program was created to support the growing need for disability support staff under the NDIS rollout. The program gives suitable candidates the opportunity to take part in our six month pathway to employment program. The program has five steps, they are...
- Application and Interview
Our recruitment team will assess your suitability and aptitude for the program.
Our 4 day training program 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.
With 6 months experience you will have completed the NDIS JobReady program.
Further work opportunities may be available to you.
- Career Pathway
Once you complete our NDIS JobReady program you will be invited to a career pathway information session.
What we're looking for
We are looking for dedicated individuals who are driven, enthusiastic and willing to learn. You must have no related experience or qualification in the sector. You must be passionate about disability and really want to make a difference in the lives of others. It is essential that you want to move into the disability sector as this program provides you with a long term career path and opportunities. You must also be based in Melbourne, Victoria as this is where the training takes place.
Why choose ONCALL?
As a leader in the sector, we provide staff to hundreds of individuals and organisations. Our staff are highly
regarded, trusted and in demand across the sector. We provide staff with mentoring and support and offer multiple opportunities for career progression; many of our casual staff progress in field roles or opt to move into permanent placements.
Benefits to you
- Gain new skills
- Gain sector experience
- Flexible working hours
- Regular roster lines available
- Work close to home
- Great career progression
Who you'll be working with
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 activies 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. Find below examples of activities.
The training course
ONCALL Training College in conjunction with ONCALL Personnel has developed a 4 day training program to meet the staff and participant requirements of the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) as outlined in the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework Paper December 2016. The course content is as follows.
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
- What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
- What is your role as a Support Worker in NDIS?
- Who is eligible for funding support with NDIS?
- What can participants use the funding for in the NDIS
- Career paths for Support Workers
- Trust, Values, Respect & Empathy
- Choice, Control & Human Rights
- Team work, Empowerment,
- Problem Solving
- Commitment to your role, Professionalism, Punctuality and Flexibility.
- Person centred & active support
- Facilitating independence and active support
- Documentation and Incident Report writing
- Policies, sector standards and workplace health and safety
- Individualised plans and documentation
Personalised Support Needs
This session includes the essential information required to safely provide personal care, food handling, manual handling and meal assistance.
- Grooming and Shaving
- Oral Hygiene
- Manual Handling
- Personal Care
- Meal assist
- Food handling
- Personal care
- Hand Washing
This session provides the knowledge, skills and safe practices to support individuals who require assistance with administering medication.
- Your role and responsibility
- Participants rights
- The 6 R's
- Organisation overview
- Policies and procedures
- Accountability as an ONCALL employee
- Signing of contracts
- Insight into possible work
The training course is at a discounted rate of $880 (inc GST) and has been heavily subsidized by ONCALL. There are two payment methods available for the training course; payment in full or through a repayment plan. Information on both options are below. For further information on payment terms see terms and conditions.
Payment in Full
|*$792.00||Total cost: $880.00|
|*Payment in full reflects a 10% discount||
Deposit at registration: $275.00
|Balance to be paid progressively: $605.00|
|Minimum salary deduction: $27.50|
All prices are inclusive of GST.
Mandatory requirements that must be in place prior to application are:
- Working with Children Check (WWC)
- National Police Check
- International Police Check (if applicable)
- Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Please note, obtaining a USI number is free of charge and can be applied for here.
Please get in touch for information on any other requirements.
All applicants must have the right to work in Australia.