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Registration Form


Thank you for your interest in Next Level Collaboration. Our Brunswick West programs are fully booked for the remainder of 2022, however we are planning to open additional programs in the near future. If you would like to be added to our waiting list, please go to the Contact Us page and register your details using the Join Our Waitlist option in the form.

Please note the process for registration and payment

  • Step 1
    If you previously registered on our site, please Login now to skip entering all your details again (you will skip Step 2 below). Otherwise please proceed to step 2.
  • Step 2
    Complete the form below providing the details for each child you want to sign up to attend one of our programs. This will also create an account for you on our website.
  • Step 3
    After submitting the form an account will be created for you and you will be redirected to the dashboard from where you can review our policies, download a NDIS letter for your claim, update any of your profile information and access other resources.
  • Step 4
    After you have reviewed your dashboard, please select the Payment option on the page and proceed to pay for all your children and their selected courses. Your reservation will not be final until payment has been received, but you can return to the payment option should you require anything from us before committing. Refer to your email for login details to your dashboard. Please contact us at press-start@nextlevelcollaboration if you need anything else before committing. Please note that places on our programs are limited, so to avoid missing out, ensure you contact us ASAP.


Welcome to Next Level Collaboration! We are very excited to work with you and your child over the coming weeks. If you have any questions about this consent form, please do not hesitate to contact us at

The Next Level Collaboration program uses carefully selected, age-appropriate commercially produced video games to teach and develop practical social skills in neurodiverse children, or other children who may benefit from extra support.

As part of our program, Next Level Collaboration uses video modelling to help teach these skills. This means that all participating children will be filmed playing the selected video game each week, and the footage will be shown to the group as part of reflection and feedback. This footage will be kept confidential and will not be published or shared with anyone outside the program. Each week’s footage will only be used in the following week’s session, and will be deleted after it has been used for reflection and feedback.

At Next Level Collaboration, the safety and wellbeing of the children that we work with is crucial. This means that we require participating children to be dropped off and picked up by a parent or guardian when attending our program. Our full Child Safe Policy and related procedures are available in our Digital Welcome Pack.