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In the NT and need help understanding the NDIS?

Drop into our Darwin office or meet up with us in Alice Springs for personalised certification or verification advice.

QIP is an Approved Quality Auditor under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Commission. We are engaged to deliver certification and verification audits of NDIS service providers against the NDIS Practice Standards and Quality Indicators.

Based in the Darwin, our local QIP team is hosting an ‘information open day’ to discuss all things NDIS registration, certification and verification.

We invite disability service providers in Darwin to drop in to our office on Thursday 10 October, during 10am to 6pm, to allow us to chat about your individual NDIS needs. Let us know if a particular time works for you or simply drop in for a chat at a time that suits.

Further opportunities for discussion will also be held in Alice Springs from Tuesday 15 to Thursday 17 October – service providers are encouraged to reach out to our team to book an appointment and we’ll come to your office.

Understanding the needs of each service provider is central to our commitment to working with our clients to deliver supportive, personalised, transparent and streamlined NDIS certification and
verification solutions.

Darwin appointments

Thursday 10 October
10am to 6pm (drop in at any time or book a time)

Darwin Innovation Hub
Epsilion Room
Level 1, 48-50 Smith Street
Darwin City NT 8000

Alice Springs

Tuesday 15 – Thursday 17 October

We’ll come to you – contact Tegan Kissane to book a time

E  | P 0439 907 967



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