BSB40420 Certificate IV in Human Resource Management
Gain specialised skills for a successful career in HR.
All applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of commencing their course at VACCHO. In addition, all applicants must undertake a short assessment to determine whether this is the most suitable course for you, including determining your language, literacy and numeracy skills and readiness to study at this level. Where learning needs are identified, VACCHO will offer you additional support or refer you to a more suitable course.
Refer to Course Pre-Requisite section for any other requirements, such as previous units and employment arrangements that will also form a condition of entry.
■ Heighten your confidence as an effective Human resource professional
■ Learn about best practices in human resource management within a community-based organization.
■ Develop and Improve your emotional intelligence to effectively collaborate with team members and others across the organisation.
AT A GLANCE
This course is typically offered over 12months with classes held with classes held once a month, Tuesday – Thursday, 9.00 am- 5.00 pm
Delivery and Locations
Face to face classroom based
17-23 Sackville Street,
Written questions, observation, case studies, role plays, projects.
Cost (Fees & Charges)
Refer to Fees & Charges.
Ask about our RPL fees if you have previous equivalent experiences
WHY LEARN WITH US?
This training program has been developed in consultation with other ACCHOs and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community sector to ensure its relevance.
Our staff have current on-the-job experience, bringing this into the training program to offer real industry training based on current industry trends.
EXPERIENCED SUPPORT TEAM
We offer in-house Mentors and support and have also teamed up with external experts to ensure that you are fully supported to succeed.
WHAT WILL I STUDY?
The units of competency listed below are an example of the units that would typically be included in this qualification.
The programs we deliver will be customised and contextualised to suit your and your employer’s learning needs and workforce objectives.
- The candidate must have extensive knowledge and skills about the Aboriginal ways of living and learning.
- You must be currently employed to support the application of skills and knowledge.
- You must have basic digital skills to use Microsoft Office programs (i.e. Word and PowerPoint) and be able to create and save a new file, adding and editing text, tables, images and font.
- You must have basic internet skills to undertake online research.
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR STUDIES & EXPERIENCES
If eligible, you will not be required to undertake these units again with us as you will receive recognition of your prior studies and/or experiences.
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.800 hrs of Practical Placement are required to develop skills and competencies in the workplace environment. Students will need to organise this placement with a relevant clinic, facility or organisation
Mandatory work placement hours 800 (500 hours of which must be clinical work placement experience, to be eligible for registration by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Board of Australia).
You will be required to either be working in or have access to volunteering in a relevant clinic, facility, or organisation and have a suitably qualified supervisor from that sector to sign you off on industry reports. These reports assess your ability to perform tasks in the workplace, and they are referred to as ‘third party reports’. Some units within your course will require you to complete this workplace task and are identified in the assessment requirements for that unit.
AHPRA Registration Details
Students enrolled in this training program will be registered with the Board under the National Law. More information on Student Registration can be found on the AHPRA website.
Under limited circumstances Registered Students may be liable for mandatory notification to be made about them. It is important that prospective students are also familiar with AHPRAs Guidelines for Mandatory notifications about registered students.
Administration of Medications
Students looking to undertake the training program should be aware of legislative limitations and workplace policy or procedural requirements about the administration of medications. This training program includes the delivery of two core units of competency that address performance evidence about Administering Medications and Supporting the Safe Use of Medications.
To ensure all students have the opportunity to gain competency in the knowledge and skills required for these units, VACCHO attempts to fully replicate the resources, environment, and time productivity pressures associated with these activities within its simulated learning environment.
Students looking to go on to register with AHPRA must maintain current knowledge about the scope of practice of their role with regards to medicines within the State or Territory they intend to practice.
FEES AND CHARGES
Refer to VACCHO Course Fee 2023
You may be eligible for a Fee Concession (VACCHO will check your entitlement for a Fee Concession as part of your enrolment and prior to the commencement of training). This includes for holders of a current Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession, Veterans Gold Card or self-identify as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.
Travel and accommodation may be AbStudy subsidised for eligible students. Ask for further details.
WHAT I NEED TO BRING OR BUY
- Desktop computer/laptop.
- Stable internet connection with a minimum download speed of 3mbps.
- An email account such as Yahoo, Hotmail or Gmail.
- Microsoft Office (2010 version or later) – must include Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Video conferencing software (Zoom) preferred.
AM I ELIGIBLE FOR A SKILLS FIRST SUBSIDISED PLACE
- Be an Australian citizen; OR b) a holder of a permanent visa; OR c) a New Zealand citizen.
- Not be enrolled in more than two Skills First subsidised qualifications at one time
OR you may meet some of the eligible criteria if you:
- Meet the Eligibility Exemptions Initiative requirements, eg. a retrenched worker or a JVEN client
- Are eligible for a Commonwealth Job Trainer place, including aged 17 to 24 or a job seeker
FURTHER LEARNING PATHWAYS
Training may be supported by Skills First Program, delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. The student’s tuition fees are as published and are subject to change given individual circumstances. This nationally recognised qualification is delivered by VACCHO (RTO No: 20739 and which is responsible for the quality of all services and the issuing of accredited certification. This qualification provides the skills and knowledge to the industry standard but does not guarantee a job. We actively tailor training for people from diverse backgrounds, including those with disabilities and encourage all to apply.
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- Student information including Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning >>
To apply for this course, submit an Expression of Interest via the link below.
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If you are currently enrolled with us and have an enquiry, or interested in studying at VACCHO please fill out and submit the form below or contact the Education and Training Unit at VACCHO by calling (03) 9411 9411.