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- Certification: Personal Trainers should hold a Certificate IV in Fitness or a relevant qualification.
- Membership: Membership with a recognized industry body like Fitness Australia.
Becoming an NDIS provider in Personal Training necessitates meeting specific criteria. You should hold a Certificate IV in Fitness or a related qualification, showcasing your expertise in fitness training. Additionally, being a member of a recognized industry body like Fitness Australia demonstrates your commitment to maintaining professional standards, ensuring you provide safe and effective fitness services to NDIS participants.
Dieticians must have a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics or an equivalent qualification.
Accreditation with the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA).
To offer Dietetics services as an NDIS provider, you must meet specific criteria. Holding a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics or an equivalent qualification is crucial, demonstrating your in-depth knowledge of dietary health. Additionally, accreditation with the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) ensures your services align with industry standards, providing NDIS participants with expert dietary guidance and support.
- Accreditation as an exercise physiologist through Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA).
Exercise Physiologists aiming to provide services under NDIS must have the essential accreditation from ESSA. This accreditation signifies their dedication to the profession, ensuring they are well-prepared to deliver effective exercise and sports science therapies to NDIS participants.