Diploma of Local Government - Planning
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Local Government Training Package. It reflects the role of personnel working in local government who perform tasks involving a high level of autonomy and requiring the application of significant judgement in planning and determining the selection of resources/roles/techniques for themselves and others. They are required to develop specific practices to implement management systems, plans and policies, and apply a broad range of managerial, coordination and planning skills.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Interpret and apply authority to act; Develop community relations; Manage a local government project; Provide team leadership; Follow defined OHS policies and procedures; Work effectively in local government; Work with others in local government; Monitor council procedures to ensure compliance with relevant legislation. Specialist: Integrate land use and transport planning; Develop strategies and approaches to minimise environmental pollution; Conduct planning scheme research; Plan facilities for the users of public transport; plus more. Elective: Assess the construction of domestic scale buildings; Apply legislation to urban development and building controls; Prepare a budget; plus more.
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Provider CRICOS: 03041M RTO code: 60142
DiplomaCourse code: LGA50508
- Flexible Delivery
10 units; 3 core; 5 specialist; 2 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Urban and regional planners develop policies and plans for the use of land and resources. They advise on the economic, environmental, social and cultural needs of particular localities or regions as they relate to the built environment and the community. They also work on large-scale projects such as new suburbs, towns, industrial areas, commercial and retail developments, urban renewal projects and transportation links.