This qualification reflects the role of individuals who are engaged to manage the work of others or to add value to or review management practices. Their role may be in any industry or organisational setting.
Typically people in these roles will have considerable experience in their respective industries or vocational areas and couple an informed perspective of the specific work requirements with their managerial approaches. The Diploma of Leadership and Management requires a sound theoretical knowledge base and managerial competence to plan, carry out and evaluate own work and/or the work of a team. AbSec Learning and Development Centre has tailored the course to apply particularly to serving Aboriginal families and communities.
Completion of this diploma provides up to one year’s credit into relevant degree courses offered by our partner, Southern Cross University.
Prior completion of the Certificate IV in Leadership and Management or Certificate IV in Business, or vocational experience in a management or supervisory role is preferred but not compulsory.
We are offering this course for people currently employed in the community sector, who as part of their role need this qualification or are interested in expanding and/or formalising their child protection and family support work skills and knowledge.
Self-paced (8–12 months)
$2500 for full qualification
RPL/CT $1000 + $95 per unit not covered by RPL application
This course has two modes of delivery, fully online or blended delivery (online with face to face workshops), providing flexibility for those students who are balancing work with study.
For the blended program much of your study will be completed online over a 8 to 12-month period, supplemented by a number of face-to-face workshops. Workshops will be scheduled at locations across NSW and/or at AbSec offices in Sydney. Workshop schedule will be developed in consultation with students and employer.
Students are encouraged to complete online activities prior to any scheduled workshops.
Recognition of Prior Learning is available for either individual units of competence or the entire qualification.
A total of 12 units must be completed to achieve the qualification.