Geelong disability and human services auditor one of the first in Australia to achieve JAS-ANZ accreditation to audit NDIS providers nationally.

Quantum Certification Services has achieved a first for Geelong to be approved to audit NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) providers nationally on February 17th 2020.

Quantum Certification Services have a proven track record of auditing in the disability and human services sector and have been providing quality auditing services for 5 years.

Sharon Steele, Quantum Certification Services Principal and Managing Director, said “This is a huge tick for Quantum Certification Services.” Ms Steele added “This was a massive undertaking, we knew we had the processes and skillsets in the business, the pathway was extensive but we were up to the challenge’. We’ve always prided ourselves on the standard of work for our clients, and to be one of the first to be accredited in Australia as an NDIS approved quality auditor is a huge moment for the business.”

Quantum Certification Services have a team of sector experienced auditors operating from the Geelong office and across Australia. They’ve offered certification auditing services for 5 years within the disability and health and human service fields and pride themselves on high quality auditing and consistent standards of service for their clients.

Ms Steele added “We work hard to ensure we have the right people with the knowledge and skills to deliver for our clients. We also ensure that our teams are trained in auditing and regulatory requirements to ensure our clients gain real benefits from the audit process.”

Auditing ensures the policies of NDIS are being followed, but the real benefit is at the human level where the auditing process ensures the best outcomes are being achieved for people with disability.

Quantum Certification Services have been involved in auditing NDIS providers since 2018. But the JAS ANZ accreditation allows us to audit nationally at the highest level.

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