- Executive Officer
- General Manager
- Team Leader
- Operations Manager
- Senior Administration Manager
- Project Manager
- Captain of a sporting team
- Governing Board Position
- [BSBADM502] Manage Meetings
- [BSBRSK501] Manage Risk
- [BSBCUS501] Manage Quality Customer Service
- [BSBLDR502] Lead and Manage Effective Workplace Relationships
- [BSBWOR501] Manage Personal Work Priorities and Professional Development
- [BSBPMG522] Undertake Project Work
- [BSBFIM501] Manage Budgets and Financial Plans
- [BSBMGT517] Manage Operational Plan
- [BSBFIM502] Manage Payroll
- [BSBLED502] Manage Programs that Promote Personal Effectiveness
- [BSBLDR501] Develop and Use Emotional Intelligence
- [BSBWOR502] Lead and Manage Team Effectiveness
Rhodes Business School has built its assessments to be user friendly and relevant to working in business. Assessments include a variety of modes which will help enhance your skills and capability:
- Case studies
- Multiple choice
- Short answer questions
- Workplace scenarios
If you do not have immediate workplace experience or policies to refer to, Rhodes will provide access to simulated workplace company scenarios for you to select from. Our scenarios will provide company structures, budgets, plans, policies and other documents to support your assessments.
The Rhodes Diploma of Leadership and Management is designed for people who may have strong technical skills and some experience as a Team Leader, Supervisor, or Manager, but who may lack the knowledge, management tools, practical skills, and confidence required to be a highly effective Manager (or to secure a more senior management position).
The program enables participants to meet challenges ‘head on’, and to positively impact on the performance of the organisation, via a significantly increased ability to evaluate the work of their team, communicate effectively, and provide the guidance and support needed for their team to excel.
Unlike most other Diplomas of Leadership and Management, the Rhodes Business School program has been contextualised to meet the specific (and, in many cases, unique) requirements of people working in the modern workplace, and is delivered by facilitators with in-depth experience of delivering business and leadership programs.
What you will learn:
- Understand the project management lifecycle
- Develop, evaluate, and implement effective operational plans
- Effective implementation of strategies
- Promote and achieve workplace/team innovation and improvement
- Lead the development of the team
- Implement successful risk mitigation procedures
- Reduced OH&S risk
- Successful completion of tasks and/or projects within scheduled timeframes and budget
- Reduced costs/increased organisational profits
Program Duration (approximately 12 months):
As this is self-paced, Rhodes recommend you aim to complete the course over 12 months. You are, however, welcome to complete the course sooner if practicable. We recommend that you complete a minimum of one (1) unit per month.
Independent study is individually focused. It is important that you work to your own speed and comfort levels. Rhodes facilitators will work alongside you to ensure that you feel engaged and supported throughout the entire process.
Price and Payment Methods:
Course Fee – $4,000
- Monthly and weekly payment plans are available
- Credit Card
- Invoice to Company – you will need to provide invoicing details
Rhodes has a seven (7) day cooling off period. If a student withdraws within seven (7) days of enrolment, $100 cancellation fee is retained and all other monies paid is refunded.
We are committed to our students completing their course of study. As such we have determined the following entry requirements to ensure you have the best possible opportunity of successful completion.
- Key Criteria – Hold a Year 12 certificate of completion, or can meet the language, literacy and numeracy requirements to study at the diploma level and demonstrate relevant work experience.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):
RPL is available for all students who believe they have undertaken appropriate work experience or prior study. Student are required to provide evidence to a Rhodes assessor that they understand all key elements of the unit being reviewed for RPL.
The RPL assessment process can include quizzes, uploading documents that you have developed, testaments from supervisor/manager acknowledging that you understand each of the unit elements, and verbal reviews with the Rhodes Assessor.
If you wish to use RPL, please contact Rhodes for further information and fees.