University of Adelaide
For award programs there is extensive information for prospective students on the University of Adelaide's website - http://www.adelaide.edu.au/study/.
A sample of the Undergraduate Award Programs available from the University of Adelaide that are relevant to Local Government is as follows:
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance)
Bachelor of Commerce (Management)
Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management
Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
A sample of the Postgraduate Award Programs available from the University of Adelaide that are relevant to Local Government is as follows:
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration (Advanced)
Master of Commerce (Accounting)
Master of Commerce (Applied Finance)
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Monitoring Technologies
Master of Planning (Urban Design) with Master of Landscape Architecture
Master of Environmental Policy and Management
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Policy and Management
Professional Certificate in Environmental Policy and Management
Graduate Certificate in Carbon Management
Non-Award (Non-Degree) Programs.
Information on the Non-Award Programs offered by the Professional and Continuing Education Department of the University of Adelaide can be accessed at http://www.adelaide.edu.au/pce/.
The Executive Education Unit of the University of Adelaide offers:
Management Development Programs - a range of 2 day programs designed to impart skills and knowledge with immediate application Professional Management Program - a general management program designed for professionals and managers who want to expand their skills and knowledge. The fee for this 'mini-MBA' program is $5950. The program is comprised of six, two-day modules delivered over 12 months. Participants earn status for two MBA courses, develop analytical and strategic 'big picture' thinking skills, enhance their leadership capability and develop confidence in their ability to evaluate complex business situations.
Customised Programs - tailored programs designed to help organisations achieve their objectives. A range of activities can be tailored to suit from management briefings through to executive development programs.
Information on the Programs offered by the Executive Education Unit of the University of Adelaide can be accessed at http://www.adelaide.edu.au/professions/execed/.
University of South Australia
Award Programs offered (sometimes referred to as Degree Programs)
For award programs there is extensive information for prospective students about application, admission and fees available on the University of South Australia's website
A sample of the Undergraduate Award Programs available from the University of South Australia that are relevant to Local Government is as follows:
Associate Degree in Built Environment
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Applied Science (Biodiversity, Environmental and Park Management)
Bachelor of Applied Science (Recreation Planning and Management)
Bachelor of Business (Administrative Management)
Bachelor of Business (Management Information Systems)
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Business Information Systems
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Computer and Information Science
Associate Degree in Computer and Information Science
Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Bachelor of Geographic Information Systems
Associate Degree in Geographic Information Systems
Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Networking)
Bachelor of Information Technology (Geographic Information Systems and Computing)
Bachelor of Management
Bachelor of Management (Human Resource Management)
Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services)
Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning
A sample of the Postgraduate Award Programs available from the University of South Australia that are relevant to Local Government is as follows:
Graduate Certificate in Building and Planning
Graduate Certificate in Business (Accountancy)
Graduate Diploma in Business (Accountancy)
Master of Business (Accountancy)
Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Information Systems
Graduate Certificate in Business Management Information Systems
Graduate Diploma in Business Management Information Systems
Master Business Management Information Systems
Master of Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Master of Engineering (Statistics and Risk Management)
Graduate Certificate in Facilities and Asset Management
Graduate Diploma in Facilities and Asset Management
Master of Facilities and Asset Management
Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
Master of Information Technology
Graduate Certificate in Management
Graduate Diploma in Management
Master of Management
Graduate Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Master of Occupational Health and Safety
Graduate Diploma in Project Management
Master of Project Management
Master of Engineering (Hydrology and Water Resources)
Graduate Certificate in Hydrology and Water Resources
Graduate Diploma in Hydrology and Water Resources
Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Master of Science (Computer and Information Science)
Strategic Partnerships is a unit of University of South Australia that works in partnership with public and private sector organisations and industry groups to develop in-house management and executive development programs. Tailored programs can be linked to the achievement of University of South Australia qualifications and complement the training and development activities of organisations.
As the conduit to a range of professional and management education programs offered by the University, Strategic Partnerships project manages the selection, timing and customisation of courses to best suit educational and development needs. Programs can be tailored to support organisational development objectives and corporate university strategies.
Further information on the Strategic Partnerships offered by the University of South Australia can be accessed via - http://www.unisa.edu.au/business-community/strategic-partnerships/strategic-partnerships/
UniSA programs organised for particular sectors can include:
Postgraduate and Undergraduate leadership, business and management award programs - see http://www.unisa.edu.au/Business-community/Strategic-partnerships/Education-programs/Industry-Based-Management-Degrees/
Executive and management development programs - see http://www.unisa.edu.au/business-community/strategic-partnerships/strategic-partnerships/
Business improvement courses - see http://www.unisa.edu.au/Business-community/Strategic-partnerships/Education-programs/Lean-Management-Series/
Award Programs offered in 2016 (sometimes referred to as Degree Programs)
Flinders also offers a range of graduate entry professional conversion courses and coursework programs.
Graduate Entry Bachelors
For award programs there is extensive information for prospective students about application, admission and fees available on Flinders University's website future students.
A sample of Undergraduate Award Programs available from Flinders University that are relevant to Local Government is as follows:
Bachelor of Applied Geographical Information Systems
Bachelor of Art (majors Political Studies, Business Studies and Public Policy)
Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology)
Bachelor of Business (Advanced Leadership; Business Economics; Entrepreneurship; Human Resource Management; International Business; Management; Marketing)
Bachelor of Business and Technology
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting; Accounting/Finance; Advanced Leadership; Finance/Economics; Sustainability)
Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil; Computer Systems; Electrical; Electronics; Software)
Bachelor of Environmental Management
Bachelor of Government and Public Management
Bachelor of Health Sciences
Bachelor of Information Technology (including Digital Media)
Bachelor of International Tourism (Cultural Tourism; Festival and Event Design and Management; Nature Based Tourism)
Bachelor of Justice and Society
Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice
Bachelor of Media (Public Affairs)Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
Bachelor of Science (Biodiversity and Conservation; Clean Technologies; Environmental Science)
Bachelor of Social Work and Social Planning
A sample of the Postgraduate Award Programs available from Flinders University that are relevant to Local Government is as follows:
Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Graduate Entry)
Graduate Certificate in Applied History and Heritage Studies
Graduate Certificate in Applied Population Studies
Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
Graduate Certificate in Child Well-being and Protection
Graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Management
Graduate Certificate in Development Administration
Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Compliance
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management
Graduate Certificate in Gender Mainstreaming and Policy Analysis
Graduate Certificate in Geographical Information Systems
Graduate Certificate in Health Promotion
Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
Graduate Certificate in Loss, Grief and Trauma Counselling
Graduate Certificate in Organisational Learning
Graduate Certificate in Professional Studies (Business)
Graduate Certificate in Public Policy
Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Management
Graduate Certificate in Research (Business)
Graduate Certificate in Social Planning
Graduate Certificate in Science (Groundwater Hydrology)
Graduate Certificate in Tourism (Festival and Event Design and Management)
Graduate Certificate in Tourism (Tourism Stream)
Graduate Diploma in Applied History and Heritage Studies
Graduate Diploma in Applied Population Studies
Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
Graduate Diploma in Cultural Heritage Management
Graduate Diploma in Engineering Science
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Health Practice
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management
Graduate Diploma in Gender and Development
Graduate Diploma in Geographical Information Systems
Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
Graduate Diploma in Psychology
Graduate Diploma in Public Administration
Graduate Diploma in Research (Business)
Graduate Diploma in Science (Groundwater Hydrology)
Graduate Diploma in Sociology
Graduate Diploma in Tourism (Festival and Event Design and Management)
Graduate Diploma in Tourism (Tourism Stream)
Master of Applied Population Studies
Master of Accounting
Master of Arts (Sociology)
Master of Arts (Women's Studies)
Master of Business Administration (Advanced; Education; Finance; Health; International Business; Tourism)
Master of Business and Technology
Master of Cultural Heritage Management
Master of Disability Studies
Master of Engineering (Electronics)
Master of Environmental Management
Master of Information Technology
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Master of Public Administration (Management)
Master of Public Administration (Policy)
Master of Environmental Management
Master of Science (Groundwater Hydrology)
Master of Social Work
Master of Teaching (Early Childhood; Primary R - 7; Secondary; Special Education)
Master of Tourism (Festival and Event Design and Management)
Master of Tourism (Tourism Stream)
Flinders offers a number of masters and doctoral degrees which are undertaken entirely or primarily by research.
Non-Award (Non-Degree) Programs offered
Flinders University maintains a policy of providing non-award courses as continuing education or professional development programs for business and the community.
Current major areas of activity include environmental health/management, public health, public administration, public sector management, tourism and event management.
A sample of short courses available in the city (Flinders University, Victoria Square) that are relevant to Local Government include:
Principles of Risk Assessment and Management
Risk Communication in Practice: Engaging the public
Individual staff members and groups also provide various forms of community and professional services to governments and public sector organisations, community organisations and industry. Short courses are developed to meet the needs of particular organisations.
Carnegie Mellon University
Postgraduate Degree Programs offered in 2016
The Postgraduate Degree Programs available from Carnegie Mellon University - Australia which are relevant to Local Government include:
Master of Science in Information Technology (12 Months)
- Specialisation in Information Technology and Management (21 Months)
- Specialisation in Information Security (12 and 21 Months)
Master of Science in Information Technology - Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (21 Months)
Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (12 and 21 Months)
- Specialization in Technology and Analytics (12 and 21 months)
Graduate Certificate in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics
Advanced Certificate in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics
Information for prospective students about the curriculum, application process, admission and fees is available on the University's website at http://www.cmu.edu.au/.
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia offers an Advanced Education Program for executives and busy professionals.
For further information contact the Admissions Officer on (08) 8110 9900 or email email@example.com
The Governor's Leadership Foundation Program
The Governor's Leadership Foundation (GLF) program is the eminent leadership initiative in South Australia. It is designed to broaden, enhance and accelerate leadership capability through the provision of high-end development for people who are already leaders in their field and who have demonstrated the potential to become future leaders in our State.
The GLF has a unique format that is focussed on the development and enhancement of practical wisdom through reflection (reading, thinking, discussing), learning from leaders at the forefront of the critical economic, environmental, social and cultural issues in our society, as well as immersion in the kind of 'out of the comfort zone' experiences that shake up world views and broaden and deepen understanding. Those selected are from diverse backgrounds. The GLF Program provides them with an invaluable opportunity to broaden their knowledge of complex issues, develop their strategic foresight capacity and expand their self-awareness and wisdom. They will exchange ideas with established leaders at the forefront of their field and explore aspects of our society they might otherwise have never experienced. This is done over 10 months, through a combination of weekly, full and half-day seminars, evening forums, lunches, field trips, weekend retreats and other interactive sessions. Over this intensive period and beyond Graduates expand their self-awareness and wisdom, improve their resilience, decision-making and reasoning capability, confidence and motivation levels, tap into an invaluable support network of peers and learn new models and concepts to apply in their field. Beyond the initial program year, participants become part of a dynamic network of graduates and are provided with ongoing opportunities for leadership development, skills expansion, community involvement and social connection.
The GLF makes a significant contribution to the South Australian community and is recognised and valued by the State's existing leaders. The program has an important link to the Office of the Governor of South Australia through its patronage and support of the program. Participants are invited to attend State lunches with visiting international dignitaries at Government House throughout their program year.
- Challenges participants to think beyond individual interests and to rise above adversarial approaches;
- Facilitates participants to move out of their 'comfort zone' through experiential sessions which gives them an 'insider's view' of complex issues and aspects of our society that they might otherwise never experience;
- Allows them to recognise that there is some truth on all sides of the most polarised issues in our society and organisations today;
- Enables participants to communicate with established leaders (both presenters and other participants) - to consider the challenges they have faced, the ways in which they have brought about change and the lessons they have learned;
- Promotes a continuing network of Fellows (alumni) committed to improving the economic, environmental, social and cultural evolution of our society. Participants who successfully complete the 10-month program (February to November) are awarded a Fellowship and invited to become a member of the alumni Network of Fellows.
On satisfactory completion of the program year participants are awarded a Fellowship by His Excellency, Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce AC CSC RANR Governor of South Australia.
Beyond the program year, graduates become part of a distinguished alumni network and are provided with ongoing opportunities for leadership development, community involvement and social connection.
Each year applications for this unique and outstanding leadership development opportunity open in July and final selection of participants is made in November. The cost of participation in this outstanding and unique program is $11,000 plus GST. A limited number of full and part scholarships are available for outstanding applicants who do not have the means to pay.
Further information about the GLF Program, including presenters and testimonials from previous participants, can be found on the Leaders Institute website at http://www.leadersinstitute.com.au/programs/governors-leadership-foundation/index.html and can also be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Sector Management Program
The Public Sector Management Program (degree is a Graduate Certificate in Business, Public Sector Management) has been offered nationally by the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) since 1991 to employees of the public sector.
To encourage LG participation in this post graduate course, QUT is offering a limited number of Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) scholarships in 2017 to LG employees, that is, on a two for one basis. When two LG employees apply (they do not need to be from the same Council), the cost of the $10,350 course fee is split, allowing each successful applicant to complete a Graduate Certificate in Business (Public Sector Management) for only $5,175.
QUT delivers the Program in all capital cities with an engaging and relevant curriculum, using a unique blend of work-based learning, workshops and a virtual learning environment.
The program will develop your understanding of the role of the business of government and your management capacity to:
- understand and effectively manage the business of government
- think systemically in an ambiguous and contestable world
- be accountable and be held to account
- become a reflective practitioner
- better manage relationships for customer and business outcomes
- enable self and others for productivity and performance.
The PSM Program takes 15 months to complete.
For Program details, unit outlines and program timetables please visit the QUT website www.qut.edu.au/study/psmp. If you have any questions, please call 1800 145 041 or email email@example.com.
Local Government Training Package
The Local Government Training Package provides a comprehensive vocational training tool for Councils across the nation. The Training Package (in conjunction with units from other Vocational & Educational Training (VET) Packages) identifies the skills and knowledge required for the effective operation of the sector.
The Training Package provides:
A full range of nationally recognised and transportable qualifications for employees from entry-level to middle management across all areas of the workforce;
An assessment strategy which recognises skills achieved in the workplace not just through formal training, and offers an opportunity for people who have been working in the sector but who do not have a qualification, to have their skills recognised and rewarded, and any future training counted towards a national credential;
Training programs which can be used to support new apprenticeships and traineeships within the sector. This means that new entrants to Local Government can receive high quality and relevant training, and employers can participate in the incentives offered by government to organisations that employ and train new workers; and
A training specification which can be used by Councils when negotiating the planning and delivery of training with training providers.
The Local Government Training Package comprises 22 qualifications ranging from Certificate 1 to Advanced Diploma under seven different streams:
Local Government Administration.
Local Government (Health and Environment).
Local Government (Regulatory Services).
Local Government (Land Management).
Local Government (Planning).
Local Government (Operational Works).
The qualifications and packaging rules are designed to enable two types of outcomes:
Generic (or generalist) qualifications that will be particularly useful for Council employees who work across a wide range of functions and require breadth and variety in their qualifications.
Specialist qualifications that reflect the functions performed in a range of technical and specialist areas of Council such as operational works, health and environment, regulatory services, planning and land management.
Employees may also be eligible for accreditation for some units through a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process. They will be assisted by the course presenter (Registered Training Organisation) to identify the areas of experience that might lead to automatic credit for specific units.
The Vocational Education and Training (VET) framework enables:
VET and University graduates entering Local Government with existing qualifications to undertake a specialist function such as health and environment to 'sandwich' these vocationally specific skills with core induction skills that will provide the industry context for their work and a pathway to management in higher level Graduate Certificate qualifications, and
new entrants without existing qualifications and industry skills to commence employment within a Council and be supported (typically through a Traineeship or Apprenticeship) to gain initial industry specific skills and nationally recognised vocationally specific qualifications gained from the Local Government Training Package or another industry Training Package. The framework would then provide a pathway to supervision, management and leadership in Local Government as the individual's career progressed.
For further information regarding VET Courses go to http://www.training.gov.au. This training site (TGA) is the database on Vocational Education and Training in Australia. TGA is the official National Register of information on Training Packages, Qualifications, Courses, Units of Competency and Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) and has been developed for experienced training sector users. This site assists to help users perform basic and advanced searches and view details about:
Registered Training Organisations
NRT (Nationally Recognised Training) training packages, qualifications, accredited courses, skill sets and units of competency
RTOs that are registered to deliver a particular NRT product.
A NCVER publication 'Did you know? A guide to vocational education and training in Australia' is aimed at those with little or no knowledge of Australia's vocational education and training (VET) system. It provides some basic information about what it is, why people choose it and who does so, as well as who funds it, how and where it is taught and what qualifications it offers. It also provides a useful list of organisations and information services linked with the VET system.
It can be downloaded from http://www.voced.edu.au/content/ngv%3A8999.
TAFE SA Vocational Education and Training (VET)
TAFE SA is South Australia's largest provider of vocational education and training with 53 campuses and approximately 92,000 students each year.
TAFE SA provides opportunities to develop skills for work and further study. The courses offered at TAFE SA are developed in consultation with business and industry. A range of over 600 courses are offered within the following fields:
Arts, Design, Fashion and Multimedia
Building and Furnishing trades & Furniture Design
Business Management, Finance and Property Service (LG Training Package)
Computing and Information Technology
Community Services, Health and Education
Engineering, Electrotechnology and Mining
Hair and Beauty
Food Processing and Wine
Hospitality, Tourism, Events and Languages
Primary and Allied Industries
Recreation and Sport
Choosing a Course
Course information is available from the TAFE SA campuses, the TAFE Information Centre on 1800 882 661 (freecall) or please select Government & Justice at the following website: http://www.tafesa.edu.au/courses
Each course has Minimum Entry Requirements (MER) that you must meet to be eligible for entry. For courses with more applicants than places, a ranking process applies.
Applications are lodged through SATAC at: http://www.satac.edu.au/
For further information, contact Student Services or Course Coordinators at each campus, or visit the SATAC and TAFE SA websites.
TAFE SA offers a range of flexible study options that may include:
face to face classes
workplace training and assessment
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is the acknowledgement of current skills and knowledge which have been gained from a range of experiences including work, volunteering, study and general life experiences. It is achieved through the assessment of evidence you provide against a set of criteria in qualification. Fees apply.
Credit transfer is the formal recognition that parts of some courses are equivalent in content and level to parts of others. TAFE SA has formal credit transfer arrangements in place with both the university sector and Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia (SSABSA). If you are eligible, credit transfer results in:
automatic status or credit in part(s) of a course/qualification and
exemption from that part of the course
Status granted through credit transfer is recorded on your Student Academic Record. There are no fees when applying for recognition through credit transfer.
For further information on credit transfer, refer to the TAFE SA website: https://www.tafesa.edu.au/apply-enrol/how-to-apply/uni-pathway-programs/uni-to-tafe-credit-transfer
National recognition is the recognition and acceptance by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) of Australian Qualification Framework Qualification Parchments and Statements of Attainment issued by another RTO in Australia.
TAFE SA accepts Australian Qualification Framework Qualification Parchments and Statements of Attainment issued by other RTOs. There are no fees for national recognition.
Many TAFE SA course can provide credit in relevant University studies.
Applications to most TAFE SA courses are processed through the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC). Applications open in early August with last offers made as late as February in the following year. Details of mid-year intakes are published in March, and from April 2004 a number of courses that can make offers on a continuous bases will also accept applications through SATAC. For further information visit the SATAC website: http://www.satac.edu.au/
Search for TAFE SA Courses
To search for TAFE SA courses for Local Government, please use the Course Search function on the website - http://www.tafesa.edu.au/courses
This search will also provide details of the minimum entry requirements as well as general course information.
For further information contact your local campus or TAFE SA by phone on 1800 882 661 (freecall - mobile users), (08)8463 6300 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Australian Institute of Business
Australian Institute of Business (AIB) is a higher education provider with internationally accredited undergraduate, postgraduate and research qualifications. Based in South Australia, AIB offers qualifications through its local Adelaide campus, through Distance Learning, and through its network of international teaching centres. With a focus on work-based and action learning, the group offers successful managerial and executive development programs that are applicable to diverse business environments.
Courses available are:
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Master of Business Administration (MBA
Master of Management (MMgt)
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Diploma of Logistics (DipLog)
Doctor of Philosophy in Management (PhD)
All qualifications are accredited within the Australian Qualifications Framework, guaranteeing academic rigour and standing on an international platform.
More information is available on http://www.aib.edu.au/
LG Professionals Australia, SA
Local Government Professionals Australia, SA
Local Government Professionals Australia, SA is a not-for-profit member based association representing professionals working in local government in South Australia. We have the ability to link and connect people from different councils who may not otherwise form relationships or share. Our high quality professional development programs are uniquely local government – reflective of the culture of the sector and sensitive to the needs of its professionals. The content of our programs are informed by our members and people who genuinely care about the sector. We provide a safe and supportive environment in which to grow and learn while creating opportunities to make time away from the office to work on the business or on self.
*Emerging Leaders Program (ELP)
The Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) is delivered by LG Professionals, SA in partnership with Executive Education at the University of Adelaide. It is a seven month experiential learning program which includes a group project. Typically registrations open in January with the program commencing the first week of June. This program usually fills up quickly, so it pays to register early.
To view the program prospectus click here.
The ELP aims to provide participants with the following:
- A greater level of comprehension and understanding of local government
- Increased understanding of leadership concepts and practices and how to integrate the learnings into the workplace
- Increased confidence
- Enhanced self-awareness
- An appreciation of and an ability to work with different personality types
- The opportunity to challenge their assumptions.
*Professional Leaders Program (PLP)
The Professional Leaders Program (PLP) has been designed to both complement and build on the skills developed through the LG Professionals, SA Emerging Leaders Program.
The Emerging Leaders Program primarily focuses on building the interpersonal and people skills required by professionals whilst the purpose of the PLP is to develop analytical capabilities in areas such as strategy, finance, operations and legislative context.
That being said, the two programs are mutually exclusive and it is not necessary to have completed the ELP prior to undertaking the PLP. Typically the program is spread over 5 months from February to June with registrations opening in the preceding December.
To view the program prospectus click here.
Executive Education at the University of Adelaide provides three 2-day modules which focus on:
- Operational Excellence
- Financial Management
- Strategic Management
The final two day modules are co-ordinated by LG Professionals, SA and include several high profile guest speakers from the sector.
*Successful completion of both programs (post 2012) will provide participants status to the University of Adelaide’s Professional Management Program (PMP) and subject to The University of Adelaide’s requirements, possible pathways and two credits into the MBA. For further information on programs or to be put in touch with the University, please contact Melanie Winter on 8291 7994. Full details are provided in the specific program prospectus.
New Programs planned for 2017
Change Management Program – 2 days, commencing in May
For professionals and leaders, who want to develop their skills to be an effective change agent in their workplace.
Project Management Program – 2 days, commencing in June
For professionals and leaders, who want to learn how to efficiently and consistently meet project objectives.
For a full list of our programs and events visit our website www.lgprofessionalssa.org.au.