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Double Certificate in Community Team Leadership FULL

Discover your potential by developing your leadership skills

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Overview
CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services and BSB42015 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management

Course Cost:
Skilled Capital eligible $1,500
Fee for Service $3,900

If you’ve made developing your leadership or supervisory skills a priority, the Certificate in Community Team Leadership course could be the answer for YOU!

This course is made up of TWO Certificate IVs! On successful completion of the course you could receive the CHC42015 Certificate IV in of Community Services and BSB42015 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management qualifications.

Whether you are employed in Youth Work, Disabilities, Aged Care, Mental Health, Domestic Violence or Pastoral care these qualifications are relevant to you.

What you’ll learn

After completing this course, you will have the skills, knowledge and confidence to:

  • Manage staff effectively
  • Communicate effectively to achieve your goals
  • Have those difficult conversation
  • Coach and mentor staff
  • Develop and implement work-plans and rosters
  • Manage the stresses of working in a demanding industry

You will need to supply the following:

  • an up-to-date resume
  • your current job description/volunteers description
  • copies of qualifications
  • copy of Working with Vulnerable People Card
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Train4Life is an innovative training organisation dedicated to supplying relevant and valuable industry training. Our trainers have current and significant industry experience, including cross sector knowledge and multi sector skills. Our administration systems support and enhance employer & departmental system requirements. Train4Life is happy to answer any questions you may have.

Phone: 02 6258 0008
Email: admin@train4life.com.auThis course is a Skilled Capital funded course. Skilled Capital is an ACT government training initiative funded by the ACT and Australian Governments