Advanced Diploma of Government (Workplace inspection/ Investigations/Fraud control) - PSP60116

Churchill Education

Type of institution: Registered Training Organisation
Level: Pre-degree
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This qualification is part of the Public Sector Training Package. It is targeted at those who enter the public sector with another qualification including those progressing within the sector and allows for the attainment of competencies required for work in the public sector which is autonomous and often non-routine. Specialist streams are available in: workplace inspection, investigations and fraud control. The generalist qualification suits the requirements of individuals working in small or regionally based organisations or where responsibilities are diverse in nature, rather than with a narrow specialisation.

Structure

  • 15 units: 6 core
  • 9 elective

Subjects

  • Define information systems framework
  • Undertake enterprise risk management
  • Apply legislative frameworks for WHS
  • Manage policy implementation
  • Represent and promote the organisation
  • Foster leadership and innovation
  • Manage risk
  • Develop partnering arrangements
  • Manage resources
  • Manage investigations program
  • Initiate and conduct scientific/technological research
  • Develop a tender submission response
  • Apply government systems
  • Review fraud control activities
  • Influence and shape diversity management
  • Undertake strategic financial analysis
  • Develop fraud control strategy
  • Provide public affairs advisory service
  • Manage security awareness
  • Influence strategic policy
  • Ensure a safe workplace
  • Manage public affairs
  • Lead and influence ethical practice in the public sector
  • Manage investigations
  • Manage quality client service
  • Develop public policy
  • Develop public sector financial strategies
  • Manage public sector financial resources
  • Provide leadership in strategic human resource management
  • Provide advisory and mediation services
  • Evaluate regulatory compliance
  • Manage and lead inspection and monitoring programs
  • Manage the provision of high-level scientific technical support
  • Investigate complex issues
  • Lead and influence change
  • Manage media relationships
  • Manage regulatory compliance
  • Manage fraud control awareness
  • Manage fraud risk assessment and action plan
  • Manage compliance with legislation in the public sector
  • Maintain and enhance confidence in public service
  • Manage diversity
  • Persuade and influence opinion
  • Provide strategic direction
  • Manage operations
  • Facilitate knowledge management
  • Provide policy advice
  • Influence innovation and change through extension
  • Prepare high-level written communication
  • Improve compliance through industry partnerships
  • Manage emerging issues
  • Facilitate people management
  • Coordinate multi-agency investigations
  • Anticipate and detect possible fraud activity
  • Establish and maintain strategic networks
  • Formulate a strategic human resource plan
  • Apply complex public sector financial requirements

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Samford Village Domestic: $2,495
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