Dealing With SIL Vacancies, Participant Ratios & Business Profitability
Learn strategies to manage the risks, making your SIL service financially viable
2 Hour Online Training
Fronto Academy TM
Topics Covered In This Training
About This SIL Training
Providers are only allowed to deliver Supported Independent Living and claim payment for services that are within the participant’s stated ratios.
Many providers are also unaware that the NDIS does not fund vacancy costs “the gap” when your SIL group home is not at full capacity.
If not managed well, these can be costly to your organisation.
This training discusses strategies to keep your SIL at capacity and how to efficiently manage changes to participant care needs. We will also cover how to manage claims and maintain financial viability as a business.
Who Is This Training For?
New providers considering SIL services or existing providers struggling to manage vacancies and participant ratios.
Meet Your Trainer
Peta has more than 20 years experience in the disability and aged care sectors from frontline work to management and management support with organisational development and quality assurance. Working across Regional Queensland Peta has supported organisations to transition to the NDIS provider space, adapt to continual change, adjust business models and prepare to action and maintain NDIS Provider Registration.
Frequently Asked Questions
Once you’ve purchased this training, the training will only be available for viewing for one week.
Yes! You will receive a Certificate Of Completion upon finishing the training.
You will receive an email to register an account after you sign up. Check your spam/junk inbox and the email could take up to 10 minutes to arrive. Login with the same details during the sign up to access the training link.
Operations Manager at Complete Connect
Chief Financial Officer at MMT Care
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In order to offer each participant more time during Q&A, we’ve limited the training to 20 attendees only. Select a session below to secure your spot.
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