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NDIS & ISO Audit Sampling Techniques

An audit is an assessment against specified criteria. Proper planning is a crucial factor for effective outcomes. While planning, we need to consider certain aspects, such as availability of resources, audit location, travel time, complexity, and risks of the areas to be audited. These...

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Practical Tips for Documenting the NDIS Management Systems

What needs to be documented?

Are you planning to become a registered NDIS provider and not sure about what needs to be documented? 

NDIS providers are required to present a management system outlining how they meet the NDIS standards and requirements. A documented system could include:

  • The...
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Audit Report & Its Content

An audit report is a product and outcome of any external or internal audit. Audit reports are the result of an evaluation against a set of criteria. The report indicates how the audited organisation complies with the assessed criteria. Some say the audit report must be comprehensive and include...

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The Six Most Common Mistakes Made by New NDIS Providers

PROBONO Australia has published LMS TRG’s article about 6 common mistakes made by new NDIS providers.

LMS TRG highlights common mistakes made by new NDIS providers. In this article, we addressed the six most common mistakes made by new NDIS providers:

  1. The NDIS is not a gold mine
  2. Buying...
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Things to Avoid When Writing the Audit Report

Auditing is about the evaluation of systems and frameworks. It is not an inspection! It is a health check which could indicate areas for improvement. Auditors have to assess the health of an organisation against specified criteria. As a result of this process, It is common to find some...

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NDIS Audit Process & Audit Findings

Many NDIS providers going for an external audit wonder what will happen if the auditors find something wrong in the audit. What will be the consequences? Will they stop the audit? Will they refuse to recommend the organisation for approval or certification? Will they continue the audit?

Here are...

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NDIS Certification Audit VS NDIS Verification Audit

This post outlines the differences between verification audits and certification audits for NDIS providers under the requirements of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission).

To register as an NDIS provider under the NDIS Commission requirements you will need to meet relevant...

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Benefits of Being Audited by NDIS Approved Quality Auditors

AQA's play an important role in the NDIS. People and service providers applying to the Commission to become a registered NDIS provider must first be assessed by an Approved Quality Auditor. This is to ensure they are meeting the applicable standards and other requirements prescribed by the NDIS...

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How to Start an NDIS Business?

Starting your own business can be exciting and rewarding. With the introduction of the NDIS, there are even more reasons to start a meaningful business to help people with disabilities and enjoy the feeling of being your own boss!

However, starting an NDIS business can be daunting. There are so...

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The Importance of NDIS Internal Audits

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) service providers must implement and document an internal audit program. There is no way to avoid it. It is part of the requirements for providing NDIS services. And, in reality, internal audits empower your organisation. It helps identify the risks to...

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