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VHA NDIS strategy and finance workshops

Posted 12 September 2016

The VHA is facilitating single day strategy and finance workshops across Victoria for service providers in preparation for the NDIS.

The workshop is a day to discuss strategic decision making resources and frameworks and to present a suite of financial modelling tools delivered through a case study approach.

Click on the links below to register for a workshop in your area.

For more information please contact Carolina Maistry, Aged Care Project Officer via email carolina.maistry@vha.org.au or phone 9094 7777.

Ballarat | Thursday 27 October 2016 | Click here to register

Echuca | Wednesday 26 October 2016 | Click here to register

Melbourne | Tuesday 27 September 2016 | Click here to register

Bairnsdale | Tuesday 28 February 2017 | Click here to register

Benalla | Thursday 2 March 2017 | Click here to register

Geelong | Tuesday 7 March 2017 | Click here to register

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