Applications Portal

Visit the Applications Portal to:

  • register as an NDIS provider, if you've never registered with the NDIS Commission before. If you’ve previously been registered or are currently registered log in to the NDIS Commission Portal as a ‘Registrant’ to start a new or renewal application. 
  • apply to be an NDIS behaviour support practitioner.
  • apply for access to the NDIS Worker Screening Database (for unregistered providers and self-managed participants).

Submission deadline

Once you begin a new application, you must update or submit it within sixty (60) days or it will expire and be deleted.

 

60 days

Login with PRODA   Portal user guides

For assistance with PRODA, please contact the PRODA helpline on 1800 700 199.

Should you need additional technical support, help is available at Tier1Support@ndiscommission.gov.au.

Register as an NDIS provider: What you will need

1. Your details

Information about you and your organisation, including your principal business address, primary contacts and if applicable, information about your corporate structure and governance arrangements.

2. NDIS supports/services you intend to provide

The registration groups which you wish to register for and the locations in which your supports/services are available.

 

3. Self-assessment against the required standards

Based on the answers you provide, you will be asked to explain how your organisation meets the requirements identified. This includes the opportunity to upload supporting evidence.

4. Suitability

You are required to disclose any past bankruptcies, convictions or other matters which may affect your suitability to deliver supports and services to participants.

 

Apply for access to the NDIS Worker Screening Database (for unregistered providers and self-managed participants)

From 14 March 2022, unregistered providers and self-managed participants who employ screened workers can apply for access to the NDIS Worker Screening Database via the Applications Portal.

If you have applied to become a registered NDIS provider and require access to the NDIS Worker Screening Database, do not complete this form. Email us at nwsd@ndiscommission.gov.au for assistance.

Please note that this is not an application for an NDIS Worker Screening Check. To apply for an NDIS Worker Screening Check visit the state or territory government agency in the jurisdiction that you live or intend to work in - https://www.ndiscommission.gov.au/providers/worker-screening#how.

What you will need

1. Your details

Information about you and your organisation, including your principal business address and primary contacts.

 2. NDIS supports/services you intend to provide

Unregistered providers will be asked for information about the supports and services they provide in the NDIS market. Please include the:

  1. type of services and supports;
  2. environment in which they are delivered, for example in the home of people with disability;
  3. type and frequency of contact with NDIS participants the organisation will have; and 
  4. other relevant information to support your application.

Further information about NDIS Worker Screening is available on our worker screening requirements page.

Apply to be an NDIS behaviour support practitioner

  • All behaviour support practitioners must be considered suitable by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commissioner to provide behaviour support in the NDIS. 
  • To do this you need to apply to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commissioner. 
  • You can submit an application through this portal.
  • All ‘provisionally’ suitable NDIS behaviour support practitioners are required to complete an assessment against the Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework.

Can I apply now?

  • Before you start your application, check when we’ll receive applications for the state or territory where you deliver behaviour support. You can do this on the National Implementation Program page, which also includes information about preparing and completing the application. 
  • The Notification of Behaviour Support Practitioners (s29) – online form (s29 form) will continue to be accepted until 30 June 2022. After 30 June, all new behaviour support practitioners applying to be considered suitable will need to complete their application through the Applications Portal. 

Please contact the NDIS Commission at NDIS Practitioners if you have questions about your application.