Professional Development

e-Induction package for TEI Workers

Our clients deserve consistent high quality of service wherever they go. By introducing common understanding, principles, practices and standards we have the opportunity to increase predictability, confidence, quality, and outcomes. LEAD’s e-Induction for TEI workers will help build the competency and consistency of staff and organisations across the Community Sector. This will enable us to work as a linked-up service system focused on achieving client outcomes.

Adding LEAD’s e-Induction modules to your organisation’s new employee induction process will better equip workers with the knowledge and skills to provide a consistent and high-quality service system experience for clients.

e-Induction for TEI Workers has 5 modules:

Terms and Conditions:

Each Induction Package will only be valid for 90 days from the time of registering for the package.

Individual members will receive 1 Induction Package.

Each member organisation will receive a set number of Induction Packages as per their organisation size. (Please refer to the table below)

Size of Member OrganisationIncluded Induction Packages
1 – 6 FTE2
7 – 15 FTE4
15 – 50 FTE6
Over 50 FTE10

If your organisation requires more than the above allocated Induction Packages, an additional package at $50+ GST per additional person will need to be acquired.

Non- Members price -$85 + GST

Target Audience 

This e-induction package is for all new employees starting work in a DCJ TEI-funded service.

For More information and registration contact us –

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eLearning Course


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  • Member: $50.00 + GST
  • Non-Member: $85.00 + GST

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