- 2.0. Section 2 Introduction
- 2.1 Provider Readiness Checklist
- 2.2 Understand what participants want from the NDIS
- 2.3 What services or supports can be delivered under the NDIS?
- 2.4 When is the NDIS coming to my area?
- 2.5 Building my organisation's capacity
- 2.6 Key registration requirements
- 2.7 Meeting the Quality & Safeguard requirements
- 2.8 NDIS pricing and payment
- 2.9 Becoming a registered provider
2.9 Becoming a registered provider
You are ready to start the provider registration process once you have:
decided to become a registered provider under the NDIS
met all the criteria outlined in the Provider Readiness Checklist (as outlined in Section 2.1).
The nominated ‘Primary Contact’ for your business or organisation will need to follow the steps in Section 3 of the Provider Toolkit.
Once you have submitted all the required information, the NDIA will assess your application. If further information is required, you will be notified. If you don’t supply this information your application will not be progressed and/or will be rejected.
If your registration is not successful, you will be advised of the reasons and given the opportunity to re-apply.
If you have not passed the state or territory Quality and Safeguards requirements, or have not provided evidence that you have, your registration will only be processed to the “pending state approval” stage. Once you provide the evidence that you have complied with the state or territory requirements your application can continue to be processed.
Once you have received the 'Certificate of Registration' you can start marketing your services in accordance with the Terms of Business and engaging with NDIS participants to understand their goals, preferences and objectives.