Graduate Certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience
Graduate Certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience GradCertCommunityLshipResil
Online - Wagga Wagga
Availability is subject to change, please verify prior to enrolment.
Full-time: 0.5 years (or part-time equivalent)
Course duration is the effective time taken to complete a course when studied full-time (full-time equivalent duration). Students are advised to consult the Enrolment Pattern to determine length of study. Not all courses are offered in full-time mode.
For admission to the Graduate Certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience applicants must hold an undergraduate degree from a recognised Australian tertiary institution (or equivalent), or have five or more years relevant work experience. Relevant work experience could include:
* local government employee
* community support worker
* health or human services practitioner.
No special arrangements apply.
To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 32 points.
The Graduate Certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience will comprise one core subject (4 points) and a combination of restrictive elective subjects totalling 28 points.
HSS501 Community Contexts (4pt)
ACC549 Financial Literacy (2pt)
CCI550 Media Production for Community Engagement (2pt)
CCI551 Networking and Building Partnerships (2pt)
CCI552 Developing Media Relationships (2pt)
CCI553 External Communication Strategies (2pt)
CCI554 Strategic Event Management (2pt)
HSS502 Inclusive Community Engagement (2pt)
HSS503 Models of Community Development (4pt)
LAW532 Negotiating and Managing Conflict (2pt)
MGM502 Leading Change (2pt)
MGM503 Motivating and Influencing People (2pt)
MGM504 Designing, Implementing and Evaluating Projects (4pt)
MGM505 Strategic Management (2pt)
MGM506 Strategic People Management (2pt)
There is no prescribed enrolment pattern. The enrolment sequence for an individual student will depend on their particular area of interest and subject availability.
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2019. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.