The CHC62015 Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management course is a high-level qualification designed for those who already work in the community sector who are seeking to upskill to a Coordinator or Middle Management position. The Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management is targeted to trainees at management-level positions within a variety of community sector organisations, community centres, early childhood education services, and more.
As part of the course, employees at this level will learn the skills needed to plan and monitor delivery of service, effectively recruit employees, complete thorough performance reviews, manage organisational risk, and implement continuous improvement processes.
Prospective applications should note that this course with EmployEase is specially designed to assist future leaders to enhance their high-performance client service ethos, increase their capacity to make strong-minded decisions and implement them effectively, strengthen collaboration with peers, and facilitate a range of roles to have meaningful input into company policy.
Successful completion of this qualification will enable you to access employment opportunities which require you to be responsible for planning and monitoring service delivery against organisational goals and strategic directions; recruitment and performance management of other paid or unpaid workers; managing risk and contributing to continuous improvement within the scope of their specific role. This may include management of a specific program or project or the management of a service.
Training / Career Pathways
The qualification commonly leads to managerial type roles in the community sector (Disability or Aged Care) such as:
- Centre Manager
- Second in Charge
- Team Leader
- Development Manager
- Project Manager
- Coordinator of a Large Organisation
Developing Your Skills
As part of the course, trainees will cover a diverse range of skills that are applicable to management roles such as:
- Effectual recruiting, training, and subsequent managing of worker performance.
- Working to and within an organised business model.
- Understanding ethics in the workplace.
- Leadership, team building and optimising performance.
- Organising diversity within staff members and key stakeholders.
- Tips for managing finances and accounts.