Leading in Business

BSB50420- Diploma of Leadership and Management

This qualification is suited to those working in leadership roles across a wide range of industries.

 

In this role, individuals use well developed skills and a broad knowledge base to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems and analyse

information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others.

Units

  • BSBOPS502  Manage business operational plans (C)

  • BSBTWK502  Manage team effectiveness (C)

  • BSBPEF502   Develop and use emotional intelligence (C)

  • BSBLDR523   Lead and manage effective workplace relationships (C)

  • BSBCMM511  Communicate with influence (C)

  • BSBCRT511    Develop critical thinking in others (C)

  • BSBLDR522   Manage people performance

  • BSBOPS501  Manage business resources

  • BSBOPS504 Manage business risk

  • BSBOPS505 Manage organisational customer service

  • BSBPEF501   Manage personal and professional development

  • BSBTWK503 Manage meetings

(C) Denotes core subjects

The above course outline is an example developed to meet industry standards

Course Code

BSB50420

Workplace Delivery

Nationwide

School-based Delivery

Not Applicable

Fee for Service

$4,200 (Train & Assess)

$1,600 (Recognition of Prior Learning)

$320 (Gap training per unit)

Funding

Available in approved states

Next start date

Enrol anytime

Entry Requirements

No formal training package entry requirements apply to this qualification. Learners require AQF level V written and spoken English and numeracy skills

A day in the life of.....

Julia is the supervisor in a gourmet food distribution company. She has worked for the company for several years, starting in an entry level role and working her way up to Supervisor. This role is quite different to that of a non-supervisory employee and Julia initially found it difficult to manage staff and be part of the management team. Since commencing her Diploma of Leadership and Management, Julia has developed higher-level communication and leadership skills which have been essential for her role.


Day to day, Julia ensures that operations are conducted to meet the company budgets and policies. She supervises staff and delegates work to team members based on priorities and demands. She also conducts interviews, hires new staff, mentors and trains her team members and ensures that safety standards are met.


Julia supports her line-manager with setting KPI’s and tracking team members’ individual performance and also the business’s performance to meet the required objectives. Julia enjoys her challenging position and is increasing her knowledge of business concepts and strategies.