Our Camps Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) What levels of experience do the People Outdoors staff have? A:Disability Support Workers All disability support workers have various qualifications but must hold a minimum Certificate III in Disability or an equivalent qualification. Many of our support workers started with volunteers on our program, some of which have supported campers on over 100 camps. All of our staff are committed to the value and importance of People Outdoors. All disability support workers have a current Level 2 in First Aid and CPR and a minimum of 6 months experience (paid employment) working with people with a disability. NDIS Programs are predominantly staffed by Disability Support Workers with support of volunteers. Volunteers Our programs are supported by a wonderful group of volunteers. Our volunteers do not need any formal qualifications, but they do receive comprehensive and ongoing training in areas of first aid, CPR, administration of medication, behaviour management, personal care assistance, disability awareness, leadership and communication and much more. We are lucky enough to have volunteers that have supported People Outdoors for over 10 years, working with people with disabilities at all support ratios. All volunteers have current police and working with children checks.