Support Coordinators do not require any formal qualifications to work as level 1 & 2 Support Coordinators.
The NDIS Commission states that only people who provide specialist support coordination will be required to have specific academic qualifications. This is because the support coordination services provided by these professionals are usually considered complex and often require a high level of skill and knowledge. These professionals are typically required to have specific qualifications in their field, such as a degree in psychology, occupational therapy, or social work. Additionally, they should be registered with their relevant professional body.