National Disability Practitioners

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If you work in the disability sector, there’s an organisation and support network ready to help you access information, develop your career and make the right connections – National Disability Practitioners (NDP).

By joining NDP you will be better equipped, informed and recognised – ready to thrive in a challenging yet rewarding professional environment.

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As the NDP membership program is based on the financial year, you are currently able to join us and access all benefits until 30 June 2017 for just $22.50!

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Upcoming Events

2017 NSW Disability Industry Innovation Awards


Location:
 TBC
Date: 22/09/2016 to 21/11/2016

About the Awards

The NSW Disability Industry Innovation Awards are an initiative of the NSW Government in partnership with National Disability Services (NDS). The Awards were initially launched in 2012 and have been well received and supported by the disability sector for four consecutive years.

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NDS Victoria Disability Employment Services Meetings

Location: NDS Victoria – venue to be advised
Date: 8/12/2016

The Disability Employment Services meetings are open to all NDS members who operate DES services. They provide an opportunity to receive updates and provide advice to NDS on employment related matters.

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NDS CEO Meeting 2016

Location: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne
Date: 5/12/2016 to 6/12/2016


The CEO Meeting provides leaders with analysis of national policy directions and advice on key management issues in the Australian disability services sector. 

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