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Leadership in Supporting the Transport Needs of Children with Disabilities

Online course to develop knowledge, confidence and leadership in product supply and service provision

Who is the course for?

Alongside allied health professionals, many organisations and service providers play an important role in supporting safe transport outcomes for children with disabilities and medical conditions.

This course has been developed specifically for this audience, including, for example:

  • specialist disability suppliers
  • mainstream stores
  • loan/hire programs (including hospital settings)
  • motoring associations
  • not-for-profits.

The course may also be of interest to regulators.

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Course aims

This foundational course is designed to give organisations and service providers the information, resources and tools to apply a best practice approach to supporting the transport needs of children with disabilities and medical conditions.

This will assist participants to meet their professional responsibilities and to demonstrate leadership and best practice in product supply and service provision.

The course aims to strengthen knowledge and understanding of road safety, the motor vehicle restraints used by children with disabilities, relevant standards, safety programs, and the importance of safe installation and use of special purpose car seats.

Participants will also have the opportunity to contribute to developing a best practice framework for supporting the motor vehicle transport needs of children with disabilities.

Please note that the course does not cover wheelchairs or public transport.

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About the course

This specialist course is approximately six hours and is delivered online through FutureLearn.

Participants progress through the course at their own pace and have ongoing access to course content after completion.

After completing the course, participants receive a certificate of completion (6 CPD hours).

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Cost and enrolment


  • Individual: $590 (excl. GST)
  • Organisations: $490 (excl. GST) per person - available for groups of five or more people from the one organisation


  1. Complete the enrolment form.
  2. You will be sent an email with an invoice.
  3. Once paid, you will be emailed a receipt and a unique link to the course.

Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services

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Expert contributors

MACA’S online training courses are supported by esteemed experts in child restraint research, health, road safety, as well as leading national suppliers of car seats for children.

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