Why Work For Access Recreation?
You will be making a difference to another person’s quality of life and this is one of the most rewarding things a person can do. As well as being part of an industry that makes a difference to people’s lives, there are also other benefits such as:
- Culture – you will be working in an innovative, flexible and supportive environment
- Variety – each day is different to the next
- Work-life balance – the hours vary so work can be arranged to suit your schedule
- Challenge – the work is not always easy, but the rewards are attractive and it will bring out the best in you
- Local – we are employ local staff to work with local people and we understand our community
NO CARD NO START
The Queensland Government has introduced new laws to implement ‘No Card, No Start’ for the Blue Card system from 31 August 2020. This means all people working with children with disability now require a Blue Card before they can start child-related work. Therefore, you may want to apply for a blue card before you find work, that way you can commence without delay if you are successful.
People who have submitted a paid application before the new laws came into effect can continue working while their application is assessed. Yellow Card arrangements for working with adults with disability have not changed – workers can start paid work with adults with disability once they have applied for a Yellow Card.
All new staff and volunteers are required to have completed the NDIS Quality Safeguard Commission Mandatory Worker Orientation Module prior to commencing work with Access Recreation.
The training module is accessed via NDIS Worker Orientation Module and is free of charge.
You will be required to create a new account to log in to the NDIS Quality Safeguard Commission website. Upon completion of the 90-minute training module, you will be issued with a Certificate of Completion.