This webinar was recorded in September 2020.
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Billable Hours Unpacked
(or… I worked all day but only have 3 billable hours – help!)
The ability to identify, track and invoice for billable time can make or break a Support Coordination service. In this webinar, we explore:
• Which tasks, meetings and research are billable?
• What not to bill for
• Setting appropriate time increments
• Considerations in setting billable hours, KPIs
• Billing rules for provider travel
• Tips for tracking billable hours
Founder/Director, The Growing Space
Sam is the Founder and Director of The Growing Space an independent Support Coordination business and manages an informative Facebook page and a subscription based web page; which includes stacks of great NDIS info and resources designed to help people with disability and families demystify the NDIS maze.
Sam has a background in marketing and architecture, and solo parents two children with NDIS plans. She is passionate about helping people with disability live good, included lives.
Manager Online & Training, DSC
Evie is an all rounder, a content guru, an NDIS nerd and DSC pinch hitter. She holds both a Masters degree in Sustainable Development from HEC Paris and a Media Communications degree from the University of Melbourne. Evie has been at DSC since the start and is the engine room of our content driven marketing success. She is an outstanding writer, presenter and service developer.
Early in her career, Evie worked on cutting edge Human Centred Design service development strategies for Procter & Gamble in Kenya and Brazil. Evie is an expert in NDIS detail, working with organisations around Australia at all stages of the NDIS journey. She has been influential in building the sector's understanding of NDIS Support Coordination and is well known for her unique love of sharks and the NDIS Price Guide.
This webinar recording features two presenters speaking to slides for around 45 minutes, followed by around 30 minutes of questions from attendees of the live session.
No, but a transcript of the webinar is available along with the slides and the video recording.