Courses

Diploma of Project Management

This course has no formal entry requirements, and may be suitable for applicants looking to enter a new industry or workplace, however the preferred pathways include:
• Previous project experience in any industry as an employee or contractor
• Work on informal projects that required organisational or planning skills
• Volunteer projects for a charity, sporting or community organisation

The BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management caters for individuals who apply project management skills and knowledge in a work environment. They may manage projects in a variety of contexts, across a number of industry sectors, and are often employed as contractors or may be employees.
To maintain consistency across their organisation’s operations, many employers require project managers to demonstrate an understanding of clearly defined internationally recognised project management process that are explained in this course. Industries with high WHS requirements may also list formal qualifications in project management as desirable when advertising vacant positions.
Learners may also include individuals who already have project leadership and management roles, and are responsible for achieving project objectives. You may have sound theoretical knowledge, use a range of specialised project management tools, and be looking to get technical and managerial competencies to initiate, plan, execute projects, and evaluate your own work or the work of others.

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Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management

This course has no formal entry requirements, and may be suitable for applicants looking to enter a new industry or workplace, however the preferred pathways include:
• Extensive industry experience in a variety of team leadership and management role
• Long term a board member for a charity, sporting or community organisation
• Previous completion of formal training in a business or management related field

The BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management caters for individuals who have senior managerial responsibilities. They may oversee the work of others, or have specialised roles where they do not supervise others, but provide strategic leadership across a range of business and industry contexts. They may have job titles including Area Manager, Department Manager, or Regional Manager Positions.
Students at this course level use initiative and judgement to plan and implement a range of leadership and management functions, with accountability for both personal and organisational outcomes. You would regularly use communication skills to identify, analyse and synthesise information from a variety of sources, then transfer your knowledge to others to express ideas and perspectives and respond to complex problems.
Students may also include individuals who have project leadership and management roles, and are responsible for achieving project objectives. You may already have sound theoretical knowledge of leadership styles, and use a range of specialised management tools. Students in this course may be looking to develop leadership and management competencies to initiate, plan, and execute projects, inspire others and gain support and part of organisational change management.

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Line Manager Skills

The units selected for the line manager skills training are three (3) core units from BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management course that focus on using interpersonal skills to improve operational team performance and productivity in a work environment.
Line managers’ duties in many organisations include the allocation and supervision of work within a team leadership role. Usually, they possess a high degree of skill and knowledge in the field that the work is being conducted, however, as a lower level management position, line managers are unlikely to have received formal training in the application of the interpersonal skills required to perform their role effectively.
The course is suitable for individuals without a high degree of technical skills in a particular field as it recognises skills and knowledge gained from outside of the workplace, and provides tools and techniques to apply these skills in a work environment. This Include parenting skills, which have similarities to the leadership style developed as part of this course, and may suit individual intending to return to a workplace.
The course may also be applicable to senior management seeking to gain a greater understanding of the role lower level management can fulfil in their organisation in areas of capturing and transferring corporate knowledge, performance management capabilities, and understanding of neurodiversity in a dynamic organisation.

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Diploma of Leadership and Management

Possible Career outcomes after completing this qualification or units of competency:

• Project Manager

• Office Manager

• Team Leader

The changing workplace has led to the development of a significantly different role for Managers and their teams. There is a move away from the traditional skills of the supervisor controlling, directing and maintaining discipline, to the team leader being responsible for coaching, facilitating and developing team cooperation within a strategic framework.

The Diploma of Management program provides the core leadership competencies required by contemporary managers. It is particularly appropriate for those with operational or technical backgrounds who now find they are managing others. It can also be an excellent induction module for newly promoted staff, as well as a valuable resource for the more experienced manager.

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Diploma of Business

You’ll learn to:
• Identify new and emerging opportunities for the business and develop strategies to capitalise on them
• Apply risk management processes to business operations
• Undertake project work
• Undertake workforce planning
• Use technology to assist the management of information and to assist the planning process

A Diploma in Business equips students with varied skills that are valuable in a number of careers. The business diploma course is suited to individuals who have the passion and drive to increase their career opportunities in business, including Small Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and new entrants to the corporate business career pathway.

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Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

By completing a Certificate IV in Work Health & Safety you’ll learn how to:• comply with work health and safety legislation;• identify hazards;• implement and support the workplace’s WHS systems;• assess and control work health and safety risks; and• contribute to health and safety in the workplace, including helping to implement WHS strategies to control risks and emergency procedures.

Contribute positively to an organisation’s health and safety culture!
Every year in Australia, many people get hurt at work – and some even die – yet a great number of these instances are avoidable. Once you attain a Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, you’ll have the knowledge and skills required to perform a range of different safety roles in the workplace or even to find employment in a field that’s new for you.
Effective workplace health and safety lowers absenteeism, reduces risks, improves the wellbeing of employees and saves organisations money that can be better spent in other ways.
The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is the minimum requirement for health and safety management in the
workplace. It’s designed to enable you to participate in an organisation’s WH&S Management Systems.

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Certificate III in Business

This course has no formal entry requirements, and may be suitable for applicants looking to return to a workplace after some time off, however the preferred pathways include:
• Some previous experience in a workplace
• Involvement in a sporting club
• Volunteer activities for a charity or community organisation
Possible career outcomes after completing the BSB30115 Certificate III in Business may include:
• Highly productive team members
• Effective team leaders
• Employees looking for further professional development into supervisory and management positions within an organisation

The BSB30115 Certificate III in Business caters individuals across different industry sectors, so no matter what industry you work in we can make it relevant to your industry. Learners in this course generally are those who apply a broad range of skills and knowledge in a workplace, using some discretion, judgment and some theoretical knowledge. You may provide technical advice and support to a team, but usually have limited supervisory experience.
Students in this course may not have done any formal studies for a long time, and may use this course as a professional develop opportunity. This may lead to further vocational training or study opportunities, or you may just be looking to find out what a business expects if you are entering the workforce.
Many students at this course level may have low Language Literacy & Numeracy skills, requiring a flexible delivery and assessment strategy matched to individual learner needs and industry requirement. The assessment tasks in this course are designed to give you an opportunity practice and improve these skills in a learning environment.

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Certificate IV in Business

This course has no formal entry requirements, and may be suitable for applicants looking to enter a new industry or workplace, however the preferred pathways include:
• Previous experience in a workplace in any industry
• Team leadership, or some experience supervising small work groups
• Volunteer activities for a charity, sporting or community organisation
Possible career outcomes after completing the BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business may include:
• Line manager in large organisation
• Department manager in smaller organisations
• Project coordinator for a business or community group

The BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business caters for individuals working as administrators and project officers. In these roles, individuals use well developed industry skills, and a broad knowledge base to solve range of unpredictable problems within their work area, and analyse information from a variety of sources.
They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the work of others. Leaners in this course are usually looking to secure higher level management positions, and may undertake further study at higher level in the business field, or other specialised areas such as project management.
Students at this level may have low Language Literacy & Numeracy skills, requiring a flexible delivery and assessment strategy matched to individual learner needs and industry requirement. The assessment tasks in this course are designed to give you an opportunity practice and improve these skills in a learning environment.

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