National Disability Practitioners

National Disability Practitioners (NDP) is the national organisation connecting all members of the Australian Disability Workforce, at every stage of their career.

A division of National Disability Services, National Disability Practitioners (NDP).

Access information, develop your career, be inspired, and connect with NDP’s community of more than 15,000 members across Australia.

Our focus is on supporting you, so you can support others.


ACT Health Professional Development

Please note; these activities are coordinated by external providers and are not endorsed by the ACT Health Directorate or the Chief Allied Health Officer.

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Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme Webinar

Queensland Health Clinical Education event calendar.

The calendar provides dates and details of events.

Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health- SARRAH


Designing and Implementing Successful AHA Models of Care

Mode of training:

Online- The course is an 8-hour, self-paced online course

Your enrolment will give you 6 weeks access to the course space

Audience level: Individuals. AHANA members get a 10% discount.

Contact to obtain it

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Management Alternatives



Working with Indigenous Australians

Living with Attendant Care for people with Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury

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AHHA training portal


In conjunction with Kineo, the AHHA provides online training modules covering a range of topics including Workplace Health and Safety, Workplace Relations, Hazard Guides, Health and Aged Care and many more. 

Mode of training: Online

Audience level: Individual

Bully Zero Culture of Excellence


The Bully Zero Culture of Excellence is a 36-month training program for cultural transformation. It equips health care providers to grow supportive, respectful, positive behaviour cultures with a zero-tolerance for bullying. It builds confidence and capability to:

  • create respectful conversations, regardless of subject matter

  • raise difficult issues respectfully and sensitively with both colleagues and patients

  • call out bad behaviours, when experienced or witnessed (by staff, patients or visitors)

and creates a shared understanding and commitment to the values of respect, courtesy and safety for all members of the organisations.

Mode of training:

The Bully Zero Culture of Excellence can be commenced at any time throughout the calendar year with the program timing and content tailored to your hospital or health care institution

Audience level: Organisations

Lean Training


The AHHA, in association with LEI Group Australia, now offers a full suite of certified Lean Healthcare education programs. Lean is a philosophy that puts the patient or customer front and centre and focuses on the elimination of waste from processes to increase the value delivered to the end-user.

We provide training to suit all learning styles and preferences – online, instructor-led at your facility for groups or participants and public instructor-led courses. Our Lean programs are suitable for all health sector employees.

Mode of training:


(Face-to-face courses are currently on hold).

Audience level: Individuals and organisations

Palliative Care Online Training Portal


Funded by the Australian Government Department of Health, the Palliative Care Online Training Portal offers free non-clinical interactive training for carers, community and aged care workers, students, volunteers, family members and clinicians who want to build their skills in caring for someone with a life-limiting illness.

Mode of training:


Audience level: Individuals and organisations



The Great Southern Health Professionals Network offers an events calendar. See below for details

Mode of training:


Audience level: Individuals

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Created and produced by Living to the Max Occupational Therapy Services. They have graciously offered this great resource for everyone to use. You may alter logos etc however we ask that you reference Living to the Max as the creator of the document.

This is a great resource to give to clients and their families.

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