Management and Leadership Courses
Certificate IV in Frontline Management – BSB40812
This qualification is appropriate for frontline managers and supervisors who provide leadership and guidance to others and are required to take responsibility for the effective functioning and performance of the team and its work outcomes.
Diploma of Management
The Diploma of Management program provides the core leadership competencies required by contemporary managers. It is particularly appropriate for those with operational or technical backgrounds who now find themselves managing others. The Diploma of Management provides an excellent induction module for newly promoted staff, as well as a valuable resource for the more experienced manager.
AMMA training has introduced an interactive Two day Diploma Management (Quality Auditing) workshop. This course is for those wanting to develop the knowledge and skills to manage the quality and quality audit functions within your organisation.
Certificate IV in Project Management Practice – BSB41513
The Certificate IV in Project Management Practice is recognised as the entry-level certification for employment as a Project Officer or for undertaking part of the project management function. It is designed for people who will utilise project management skills and knowledge in a wide of variety of contexts. Key project methodologies are covered to ensure participants can contribute effectively to both large, complex or smaller, short term projects.
The Resource Industry Leadership Framework
The Resource Industry Leadership Framework equips managers with essential insights, knowledge and skills to directly impact and inspire their people. This framework provides employees and employers alike with strategies to handle the many challenges associated with moving into leadership roles. Leadership should be practised across all levels of an organisation, not just the very top, and improved leadership ensures today’s leaders are maximising individual, team and overall business performance.
Level 1: Building Foundations
Explore what it takes to create an environment where leadership is a shared responsibility.
Cultural Diversity and Awareness
Level 2: Developing Leadership
Newly Promoted? Take control, accelerate your leadership skills and motivate your team.
Employee Relations for Supervisors
Leadership Skills for Supervisors
Level 3: Driving Performance
Does your organisation drive performance in your workplace? Learn how to achieve results through your “greatest asset”.
Leading Teams to High Performance
Level 3: Driving Performance
Work, Health and Safety (WHS)
Certificate III in Work Health and Safety – BSB30712
The Certificate III in WHS is an entry level WHS qualification and introduces the learner to WHS and legislation at the level required to operate as a safety representative on site.
The learner will be able to utilise the information learnt in this course directly in the workplace and minimise WHS risk.
Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety – BSB41412
The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety (WHS) is a course designed for people who want to develop their knowledge of safety and how to apply it in the workplace. The program is recognised as the replacement for the WHSO (Work health and Safety officer) in Queensland, and as the entry level course for workers who want to operate as a safety advisor on sites.
Diploma of Work Health and Safety
The Diploma in Work Health and Safety (WHS) builds on the knowledge that were developed in the Certificate IV in WHS. The course provides the skills that are required to manage a systematic approach to WHS, while reducing organisational risk.
Are you aware of the potential hazards in your workplace? Identifying hazards and managing risk is an essential part of creating a safe work environment for your employees and is a requirement under WHS laws.
S1, S2, S3 – Site Supervisor
This program will enable mine site employees to perform the duties and position requirements of a Mine Safety & Health Representative. This is a legislative requirement in Queensland only.
Workplace Safety Awareness for Supervisors
The Workplace Safety Awareness for Supervisors (WSAS) course has been designed as a course that informs supervisors and workers of their responsibilities under WHS legislation and helps to build an understanding of why we need to keep workers safe. At the completion of the training the learner will be able to utilise the information learnt in this course directly in the workplace and minimise WHS risk.
Human Resources & Employee Relations
Contact Officer: Discrimination, Harassment & Bullying
Resource industry employers have diverse workforces – different sexes, races and ages are all prominent. In order to reduce the risk of sexual harassment, discrimination or bullying complaints, it is important to ensure appropriate standards of behaviour and have nominated points of contact throughout your workforce for people to approach to discuss these types of issues.
Discipline & Termination – Reducing the Risk
People required to performance manage, counsel, discipline or terminate others may expose their organisation to unfair or unlawful dismissal claims, adverse action claims or discrimination claims. It is crucial that both employers and managers receive training in order to avoid costly, far reaching mistakes when dealing with poor performance or unacceptable conduct.
Equal Employment opportunity (EEO)
Expectations regarding appropriate behaviour in the modern workplace continue to increase. In order to reduce the risk of sexual harassment, discrimination or bullying complaints, organisations now require employees to complete EEO training.
Certificate IV in Human Resources – BSB41013
The Certificate IV in Human Resources is designed for people who want to develop practical human resource skills as line managers, administrators or human resource officers. The program is recognised as the entry-level certification for employment as a HR officer or for undertaking part of the HR function.
Diploma of Human Resources Management – BSB50613
The Diploma of Human Resources Management covers various elements including workforce planning strategies, recruitment and selection, HR systems and compliance issues, performance management systems, and organisational culture and change.
Blending theory with practice, this program focuses on workplace learning to ensure its relevance to your particular situation and business.
Workforce planning is an organised process that identifies the skills, qualifications and number of employees required to meet organisational goals. Simply put, workforce planning is about planning to get the right people with the right skills for the right jobs at the right time.
This workshop focuses on managing and supporting individual performance within an organisation. The course includes topics such as: what is performance management, how performance is monitored and managed, what impacts on individual performance, providing feedback and establishing learning development plans.
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment – TAE40110
The TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is the current industry standard for training and assessment within Australia. This qualification is highly valued by many employers and organisations. By obtaining this qualification you will develop many of the competencies and requirements necessary to perform the duties of a workplace and vocational trainer and assessor. It is for anyone who is seeking employment in Registered Training Organisations and for those who have responsibilities for training and assessment in their workplace.
Learning, Literacy & Numeracy (LLN) Workshop
Address Adult Language, Literacy & Numeracy Skills – TAELLN411
This unit teaches the skills and knowledge a vocational trainer or assessor requires to identify language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skill requirements of training and the work environment, and to use resources and strategies that meet the needs of the learner group.
DISC “Emotional Intelligence”
The DISC Profile (or DISC Assessment) is one of the most popular and versatile development tools used by organisations across the globe. It is the most simple, accurate and fun model of human behaviour that exists today. Put simply, DISC is the universal language of observable human behaviour.