NDIS Success was a free program run in 2020 to support participating individuals and organisations with the tools and resources required to expand their service offering or adapt and scale current services.
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CBB’s NDIS consulting service supports aspiring and existing providers to understand the disability sector, harness market opportunities, navigate growth challenges, strengthen the capability of their resources, and implement better business practices.
There is a need for more NDIS services across Australia, particularly in regional, remote and rural communities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Whilst NDIS providers may already operate in and around these areas, a greater variety of services is required to meet the needs of individuals living within those communities.
The NDIS Success program aimed to support this need by giving participating individuals and organisations the tools and resources required to:
expand their service offering or adapt and scale current services
structure their business model to begin providing NDIS services
learn effective strategies within the NDIS market to ensure organisational sustainability
This program was funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. CBB’s Community Development Fund also contributed funds to the program. It was free for participating organisations.
NDIS Success road map was designed to help organisations and individuals to develop a business plan for an NDIS service. The program took place over a 12 week period and was structured in two streams. One for managers and business owners, the other for governing bodies, such as your board or management committee. NDIS Success road map includes: online resources, webinars, Q&A sessions, NDIS Success LinkedIn group.
NDIS Success guide was the second part of the NDIS Success program. Organisations were invited to apply for a free six-month program of one to one support from CBB’s Business Consultants to prepare a pilot for a new NDIS service. The support focused on assisting organisations to develop a strong proposal for a new NDIS service that they can take to market in their community. Applications are now closed.
This first webinar will provide management teams with up to date perspectives on the key challenges and opportunities in the emerging NDIS marketplace, and the implications for people with disability and the broader community, now and into the future.
This webinar is aimed at people or organisations who are new to the NDIS. If you are an experienced NDIS provider we suggest you commence with webinar 2.
This webinar will build management teams’ awareness of the need to develop a market orientation in order to better meet the needs of NDIS participants. It will provide tools and frameworks to assist in developing improved understanding of the market so they can make strategic decisions to commence supplying or expanding NDIS services.
This webinar will provide management teams with the tools to design a service model that meets the needs and wants of NDIS participants. It will consider how you can use your existing strengths and assets to deliver an NDIS service.
This webinar will build management teams’ awareness of the NDIS Practice Standards. We will also demonstrate ways that the standards can be used to inspire excellence and innovation within organisations.
This final webinar in our management series will provide management teams with an understanding of the critical elements of success in delivering financially sustainable NDIS services. It will look at costs and fee structures for NDIS service delivery.
This webinar will build board member understanding of the impacts and opportunities of NDIS, so that they can make more informed strategic decisions and provide effective support to organisation leadership.
This webinar will build board member understanding of the importance of balancing social impact with a market orientation; and monitoring risks in a volatile sector. It aims to inspire boards to consider both challenges and opportunities, and explore the implications for their organisation’s strategy, risk management and impact measurement.