Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management

BSB60420
(CRICOS CODE 111145D)

Qualification Description

Target learners will be mostly International/Overseas students who may possess different education discipline (Diploma or Advanced Diploma level) but seek to further develop their skills across a wide range of business skills and functions, with the specific goal of preparing them with the skills for work. Learners could be looking to get the skills to join or re-join the workforce, get better employment opportunities, move into a new career or gain additional skills in their existing career.
Entry Requirements
Age : Students must be a minimum age of 18 years or above at the time of course commencement.
Academic: Have two years equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience in an operational or leadership role in an enterprise.

English Proficiency:

Minimum IELTS score of 5.5 or equivalent*. For equivalency of various English Languages proficiency testing, and other forms of equivalency please refer to the Student handbook

A minimum of two (2) years of study at an AQF Level 4 or higher completed in Australia

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Assessment Resources

The following documents and resources are available for assessors:

Assessor Marking Guide: The Assessor Marking Guide provides assessors with assessment tasks, checklists and marking guidance. It also provides unit-specific advice on delivering assessments.

Assessment Mapping: A mapping guide is included as a separate document to show assessors how each assessment task maps to the unit of competency.

Supporting resources: Supporting resources include forms, templates, checklists and project portfolios that should be used when preparing for and marking assessment tasks.

Business Works Trainer and Assessor Guide: The trainer and assessor user guide is a comprehensive document that provides important information relating to the delivery of quality training and assessment.

The following documents and resources are available for assessors:
Student Assessment Tasks: The Student Assessment Tasks include the tasks as well as guidance about how to complete each assessment.
Supporting resources: Supporting resources include forms, templates, checklists and project portfolios, which can be used by the student to support them in providing evidence of their competence.
Business Works Student User Guide: The Student User Guide is provided to the students to help them complete the assessments. This document details key information on how to prepare for assessments, undertake assessments, follow up and right to appeal.
Language, Literacy and Numeracy
Confirmation of LLN competence to at least 5.5 Band

Units of competency

Consistent with the packaging rules, the units listed below will be delivered for this training product. The unit code and title are provided, and units are grouped into Core and Elective units. Pre-requisites are listed where relevant.

CODE

UNIT

BSBCRT611

Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving

Core

BSBLDR601

Lead and manage organisational change

Core

BSBLDR602

Provide leadership across the organisation

Core

BSBOPS601

Develop and implement business plans

Core

BSBSTR601

Manage innovation and continuous improvement

Core

BSBTEC601

Review organisational digital strategy

Elective

BSBSTR602

Develop organisational strategies

Elective

BSBSUS601

Lead corporate social responsibility

Elective

BSBFIN601

Manage organisational finance

Elective

BSBXCM501

Lead communication in the workplace

Elective

Employment Outcomes
Employment may include, but not limited to, professional, managers, community and personal service workers
Further Study Pathway
Participants may wish to progress to further studies like a bachelor program.
Entry and Exit into Training Product
Participants will be offered the opportunity for recognition of prior learning during the enrolment process.
Licensing/Regulatory Information
There is no direct link between this qualification and licensing, legislative and/or regulatory requirements.