Applications for a scholarship to undertake the Certificate IV in Frontline Management are now being invited from Professional Staff Supervisors.
The Frontline Management Program is a nationally recognised qualification (Certificate IV) designed to develop and improve the competencies of frontline managers and supervisors. This program will be undertaken through OTEN Distance Learning. A description of the modules can be found here: Frontline Management Units.
The program is aimed at Professional Staff Supervisors, Assistant Supervisors and Team Leaders who are continuing full-time, or fixed-term staff who have been employed by the University for a period greater than two years in duration. These staff members may supervise others, give direction and lead teams, have responsibility for the work of others, be involved in decision-making and apply their skills and knowledge to a variety of workplace situations.
Ten scholarships are being offered in 2015 for commencement of the Certificate IV Program in January 2015. To be eligible for a scholarship, applicants must be an Australian citizen or hold the relevant visa for study in Australia, and be prepared to complete the entire program within 18 months from commencement. Applicants must have the full support of their nominated supervisor to undertake the program.
If you are interested in applying for the 2015 Frontline Management Program Scholarship, please read the Frontline Management Program Policy and Application Form. Please understand that if you are selected for the scholarship, this course requires significant time and commitment. After considering the Policy, it is recommended that you consult with your supervisor and/or Executive Team member to obtain further advice and support for your application.
Applications should be sent to email@example.com or Human Resources-Capabilities and Development, North Sydney campus by no later than Friday 31 October 2014.
Further information is available from OTEN here: FLM OTEN (Frontline Management - Course Number 11742 - BSB40812) or by contacting Erin Ryan in Capabilities and Development on 02 9739 2151 (ext. 2151) or via email at Erin.Ryan@acu.edu.au