Are you NCCD ready?... your guide to NCCD

Presented by: Leticia Delmenico

Event Information: 6 PD Hours 

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One of the hottest topics today which is affecting all schools in Australia is the change to the funding model to the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data (NCCD) for students with disabilities. Schools need to have a clear understanding of the how the new funding model works and how they can successfully navigate the associated processes which have a school- wide impact. The timing is essential as every school needs to put in place significant processes and staff professional development before July this year to confidently make the August funding submission date.

Leticia will look at:

  • Introduction to NCCD
  • Financial Impact for schools
  • NCCD Phases, part of the continuing process of teaching and learning
  • NCCD Disability Categories & Levels of Adjustment Roles & Responsibilities
  • NCCD critical timeline
  • Key Resources

Event Details:


Thursday 28th November, 2019

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)

Batman's Hill on Collins
625 Collins Street, Melbourne

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Target Audience: NCCD significantly affects Principals, NCCD Team Members , Teachers, Heads of Leaning, Learning Diversity Leaders, Counsellors, Therapists, T Managers, Systems Administrators, and Health Centre Coordinators.

  $279.00 + GST

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About the Presenter:

Leticia Delmenico is an NCCD specialist of a Learning Diversity Department at a Secondary School. Leticia has a wealth of experience of implementing the NCCD process and many other associated processes, as well as assisting other schools with working their way through the NCCD requirements, including presenting at school PD seminars. Leticia can share the trials and errors that schools have experienced and the most useful systems and processes for any school on any budget. Prior to working in the education sector, Leticia has worked as a Director of Human Resources with a focus on adult education, workplace training, and risk management, with qualifications in applied science, human resources and, workplace training and assessment.


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