Course summary

Looking for a career where you can make a difference to people's lives everyday? The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), a government-funded scheme that offers individual packages of care to people with disability and their carers, has revolutionised the way services are provided – and you could be part of that change.

People with specialist knowledge in disability services are in increasing demand across Australia since the launch of the NDIS. The Graduate Diploma in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is designed to reflect the principles of the Scheme, with a focus on person-centred service provision.

The course is ideal for professionals who wish to expand their career opportunities by developing greater knowledge and expertise in the delivery of services to people with disability, whether in a service, management or policy role.

An elective professional portfolio unit allows you to develop your ideas for service delivery in a project format.

DurationLocationStudy Period

16mths P

Online2

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