Course – An Introduction to Positive Behaviour Support Practice

Positive Behaviour Support is an evidence-based approach to improving quality of life and supporting behaviour change. Due to a significant shortage of Positive Behaviour Support practitioners across Australia, well-paid employment opportunities are strong.

This introductory course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to support their application as an entry-level behaviour support practitioner through the Alternative Assessment Pathway with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

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This program offers limited places for graduates and experienced professionals who wish to be registered to work as Positive Behaviour Support practitioners under the NDIS.

Our first course will commence in February 2023, with a maximum of 12 students, and further courses will run according to demand.

Course details

Course name: An Introduction to Positive Behaviour Support Practice
Course Coordinator:
Wendy O’Connor – Clinical Psychologist
AHPRA registration number: PSY0001579958
AHPRA Psychology Board-approved supervisor: Registrar program principal supervisor, Area of practice: Clinical Psychology
Cost: $1000

Duration: Approx. 2 months, part-time

Students who complete this course can use their Certificate of Completion in their application to the NDIS QSC.

Download: NDIS Commission fact sheet: New entry-level behaviour support practitioners applying for suitability

This is a great opportunity to take your career in a new direction, if you are a psychology or allied health graduate, or an experienced professional looking to practise within the NDIS, send through your expression of interest to enroll on the course today.

Course Brochure