Tannia leads the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Common Induction Micro-credential Policy project. This is an initiative that will see a positive outcome for the NDIS community services through standardised common inductions for existing workers and those new to the workforce.

Tannia is based in Cairns. She brings with her more than 25 years’ experience in government administration, policy and regulation, in particular matters related to consumer and business affairs.

Tannia worked for 10 years as a Project Officer across a range of projects, including the mutual recognition of regulated occupations across Australian State and Territory borders. Here she represented the South Australian Government Licensing Regulator on several Council of Australian Government (COAG) working groups. She has also undertaken the review and assessment of Vocational and Education Training (VET) accredited national training packages for a variety of regulated industries.

“This is one of the most exciting projects that I’ve ever been involved in.  I’m looking forward to realising the results of this project and seeing the benefits that this project will bring to the NDIS community in Queensland.”