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MHV NDIS Workforce Development (Psychosocial Capabilities) Project

Mental Health Victoria (MHV), supported by the Department of Social Services, is leading a
national project to grow workforce capability among NDIS providers of psychosocial supports in
recovery-oriented practice.

The project, NDIS ROPDS Project – Growing National Workforce Capability, aims to build the
capacity and capability of frontline workforces, their organisations, and sole providers.

As part of a national codesign approach, MHV will conduct a series of virtual events to hear from
NDIS workers and providers. These workshops will contribute to our understanding of what good
recovery-oriented practice looks like and how it can best be delivered in the NDIS.

Who should attend:

People associated with delivering psychosocial disability supports in the NDIS environment.

Group 1: Managers and other practice leads from NDIS provider organisations.

Group 2: Experienced and potential frontline NDIS workers, including support workers, support coordinators, recovery coaches, allied health assistants and allied health therapists, including psychosocial frontline workers who work with members of LGBTIQ+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or CALD communities, or with people who have an experience of homelessness, dual diagnosis, or complex support needs.

In return, contributors will receive:

Group 1: Access to the latest evidence-informed research, priority access to recovery-oriented training places, and the opportunity to contribute to a national co-design approach

Group 2: $100 eGift Card and enrolment in Module 1 of the MHV Psychosocial Learning Hub

Workshop details:

Group 1 workshop details: 1pm-4pm, Wednesday 30 June or Thursday 8 July

Group 2 workshop details: 12:30pm-3:30pm Wednesday 14 July or Friday 16 July 1pm-4pm 

Monday 19 July or 6pm-9pm Thursday 22 July

Download the MHV NDIS Workforce Development (Psychosocial Capabilities) Co-design Project Invitation  

Your feedback will help the project lead and identify an evidence-informed, national approach to professional development to increase the skills and knowledge base around recovery-oriented practice in the NDIS environment.

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