52878WA Certificate I in Leadership
This qualification provides a good stepping stone for going into work and/or becoming actively involved in the community. It also provides you with employability skills applicable to a range of industries and careers — perfect to launch your own leadership journey!
Explore your own skills and how you fit into a team. Learn problem solving skills, and explore other leadership attributes. Recognise the various roles people can perform within the community, and learn how to build your networks and confidence.
You will learn how to:
- Improve your verbal and written communication skills
- learn effective teamwork strategies
- evaluate your own strengths and areas for development
- identIfy actions that contribute to a community
- identify and describe the leadership style of a historic figure
- identify problems and suggest solutions
- create simple written documents for planning
- develop your time management skills
Commencing 6th February to 6th April 2022
Monday to Wednesday 9am – 3.30pm and Thursday 9am – 2pm
Course Fee: $59.85 | Resource Fee: $43.12
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(The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees.)
LWADEV102 Plan personal development and care needs
LWADIV102 Investigate personal role in society
LWALDR102 Investigate fundamentals of leadership
LWAPRO102 Participate in a team project
LWASRP102 Solve routine problems
BSBPEF202 Plan and apply time management
BSBTEC101 Operate digital devices
GATCDV102 Undertake career planning
HLTWHS001 Participate in worlplace health & safety
Why study with us?
JSW Training & Community Services is a Community Operated Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
This means as a training organisation we are accredited to deliver nationally recognised qualifications in accordance with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015. JSW is accredited to deliver nationally recognised courses through the Western Australia Training Accreditation Council. We have a defined scope of registration and deliver training and assessment in a range of qualifications, if you would like further information in relation to our scope and registration details please go to http://training.gov.au/Organisation/Details/0305
EXPERIENCED, PASSIONATE AND COMMITTED TRAINERS
At JSW Training and Community Services, our trainers have many years of academic and professional experience. They are passionate about training and committed to making your learning experience positive and rewarding.
SMALLER CLASS SIZES
Small class sizes at JSW Training and Community Services mean you will not be lost in a crowd. You will be part of a close-knit study group in class. Our trainers will be able to provide you with greater support in class.
DELIVERY MODE OPTIONS
At JSW we offer a range of delivery modes which include classroom delivery and traineeships.
The Department of Training & Workforce Development (DTWD) systematically surveys publicly funded students as part of their outcome measures to validate audit findings, and establish levels of satisfaction with private RTO performance. Feedback may include seeking information on the quality and quantity of training delivery, and to identify any concerns that students, have regarding the performance and conduct of an RTO.
Traditionally DTWD have used online surveys, however up until June 2022, these online surveys will be complemented by telephone surveys conducted by an External Research Company appointed by the DTWD called Thinkfield.
Please note: Thinkfield is bound by its privacy obligations and conducts the survey using internal resources only. Thinkfield is also a member of the Australian Data and Insights Association (ADIA) and is a company member of The Research Society. They are therefore bound by The Research Society’s Code of Professional Behaviour and the Commonwealth Privacy Act.
The telephone survey will predominately be to students who have not previously had the opportunity to provide feedback and will include students who have not provided an email address or students from RTOs where the return rate on online surveys have been low or nil.
Students may be called by Thinkfield to ask a series of questions based around training experiences whilst studying at JSW. All information provided is confidential.