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Jodie Ryan


Jodie Ryan

Main location: Albury, Wagga, Leeton, Griffith and Broken Hill

Specialty: NDIS

Qualifications: Certificate IV in Workplace Health and Safety 2014, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment 2012

Background: Jodie Ryan is a Business Advisor for BEC Business Advice (funded by Business Connect) specialising in the NDIS. If you work in the NDIS space then you’ve likely heard of her.

Prior to her time at the BEC Jodie ran her own successful small business delivering fire protection systems, delivered face to face training for traineeships for a private RTO and has been a consultant and mentor for an Australian apprenticeship network provider. She has also and worked closely with Disability and Aged care facilities to find the best training and utilise funding and incentives.

Jodie is also a  ‘go getter’ who is very active in the community. In her spare time she enjoys keeping up with the latest in social media and uses her skills to promote local community activities and events.

Her work with BEC Business Advice covers the whole Riverina, Murray and Far West of NSW. In this role she has hit the ground running by establishing an extensive client base to not only expand the workforce by assisting small business to start up in the disability sector, but to also assist the established businesses expand into the NDIS space or undertake their first audit to be a registered NDIS provider. Her clients are eligible for free one on one sessions with Jodie and everyone is invited to attend workshops and webinars hosted by Jodie and other guest speakers around the region.

Jodie has a solid understanding of the NDIS and is a great contact to have in your network. The NDIS is all about Choice and Control and Jodie is there to assist small business to allow this to happen for NDIS participants.

The Power of Disability!

The government has invested 22 billion dollars for you to support people with a disability.  Whether you provide services in home care, accounting, cleaning and maintenance, nursing plus so much more, there is government funding available. Contact Jodie today to discuss how you can help and what funding is available for you.

4 thoughts on “Jodie Ryan

  1. Hi There
    Its fantastic to see Jodie is onboard

    I would love to have a conversation with Jodie to discuss my business options in WHS !

    Best Regards
    Dawid Croucamp

  2. Dear Jodie
    I emailed a week or so ago to let you know that I am bock – re-establishing my private OT practice again.
    I would appreciate getting some initial advice on how to get my name out there in the disability, DVA and community aged care sector.
    I would also like to set up a separate facebook address so that I can keep work and private separate (particulalry where i just signed up with NDIS OT Providers facebook group, and also for potential promo through this space.
    I am home (Jindera) Wed, Thurs and Friday, and can come to Wagga if need.

    I also noticed (too late) that you have been meeting online/virtually. Could you please include me in any future invites so that I can be part of the Wagga (and Albury if there is one) groups.

  3. Hi
    I tried to sign up for some advice or training regarding NDIS small business’. But was unable to . And now I can’t find that email with the link to sign up with Jodie Ryan. Could you please email the information. I have a small business delivering adult customise training to people with barriers.
    Thank you
    Trudi Chant 0427544260

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