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Double Diploma in Community Leadership & Management FULL

Are you currently working in the community sector and thinking about advancing your career and want to get exciting, relevant and practical training?


Tuesday Class Full – New Wednesday Class Available

The Double Diploma of Community Leadership and Management could be the answer for YOU! This course is made up of TWO diplomas! Whether you are employed in Youth Work, Disabilities, Aged Care, Mental Health, Domestic Violence or Pastoral care these qualifications are relevant to you.


This unique combination of qualifications has been designed to grow community leaders.

  • CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services
  • BSB51918 Diploma of Leadership and Management


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

  • Manage staff effectively
  • Understand how your sector really works
  • Manage legal frameworks
  • Write and implement policies
  • Communicate effectively in a range of settings and with varied audiences
  • Have those difficult conversations
  • Set up and run a community services program from scratch



To be eligible for a Skilled Capital funded position, the student must be an existing worker in the community services sector; over 18 years old, an Australian citizen or permanent resident or hold an eligible visa and have a working with vulnerable people card.



Skilled Capital Eligible $2,500

Fee-for-service $4,900

Payment plans are available.

If you are interested in this wonderful opportunity hit the button below to register your interest and one of our team will be in contact to take you through the enrolment process.

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This course is made up of 7 classes spread over 7 months.  Classes are on a Wednesday from 9:00 – 3:00.  First Class commences 20 March 2019

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As this course contains a lot of group work it is imperative that you attend the face-to-face classes.

This course an ACT government training initiative funded by the ACT and Australian Governments