Incident Reporting

Through this course, you will be able to identify an incident and a reportable incident and know how to respond if you witness or are told about one.

30 minutes.

$55.00 Incl GST -

Incident Reporting

Through this course, you will be able to identify an incident and a reportable incident and know how to respond if you witness or are told about one.

30 minutes.

$55.00 Incl GST

Learn what scenarios a support worker, or their organisation, needs to report an incident to the NDIS Commission.

Essential for...

  • Support workers and carers
  • Supervisors and managers
  • Service providers

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:

  • Identify reportable incidents
  • Understand how to respond to a reportable incident if you witness or hear about one
  • Understand which documents and records you need to keep for reportable incidents

Description

What is an incident? What counts as a reportable incident? An incident is an act, omission, event, or circumstance. In other words, it is something that happens. A reportable incident is a serious incident or alleged incident which results in harm to an NDIS participant and occurs in connection with NDIS supports and services. Support workers will learn the various scenarios where they, or their organisation, would have to report an incident to the NDIS Commission. It also outlines their roles and responsibilities if they witness or are informed of an incident.