Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management - CHC62015

Partners In Training Australia

Type of institution: Registered Training Organisation
Level: Vocational Education and Training (VET)

This qualification reflects the role of workers who are middle managers or managers across a range of community sector organisations. These people work independently and report to executive management, directors or boards of management. They undertake a range of functions requiring the application of knowledge and skills to achieve results in line with the organisation's goals and strategic directions.At this level, workers have responsibility for planning and monitoring service delivery, recruitment and performance management of other paid or unpaid workers, managing risk and contributing to continuous improvement within the scope of their specific role. This may include management of a specific programs or project, or broader management of a community-based organisation, early childhood education service, not-for-profit organisation or community centre.No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.


8 core units plus 5 elective units.


  • Develop and implement strategic plans
  • Secure and manage funding
  • Develop and manage performance management processes
  • Manage risk
  • Provide case management supervision
  • Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
  • Manage human resources strategic planning
  • Lead and manage organisational change
  • Develop and implement a business plan
  • Establish and develop community organisations or social enterprises
  • Work within organisation and government structures to enable community development outcomes
  • Support workplace coaching and mentoring
  • Promote equity in access to the service
  • Support parents in their parenting role
  • Manage volunteer workforce development
  • Manage knowledge and information
  • Promote and represent the service
  • Develop and implement service programs
  • Mentor in the workplace
  • Manage and promote diversity
  • Manage finances
  • Provide systems advocacy services
  • Work effectively with the Board of an organisation
  • Research and apply evidence to practice
  • Direct the scope of a project program
  • Develop, implement and review quality framework
  • Develop, implement and monitor a marketing campaign
  • Direct the integration of projects
  • Implement WHS risk management
  • Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
  • Implement and monitor marketing activities
  • Coordinate complex case requirements
  • Coordinate client directed services
  • Recruit, induct and support volunteers
  • Collaborate with families to plan service and supports
  • Develop and implement policy
  • Provide leadership across the organisation
  • Monitor corporate governance activities
  • Manage partnership agreements with service providers
  • Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
  • Implement recovery oriented approaches to complexity
  • Respond to problems and complaints about the service
  • Manage innovation and continuous improvement
  • Contribute to organisation development
  • Lead the work team
  • Reflect on and improve own professional practice
  • Manage legal and ethical compliance
  • Develop workplace communication strategies

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Sale Campus Domestic: $6,000
  • Online/Off-campus : 12 months
Shepparton Campus / Head Office Domestic: $6,000
  • Online/Off-campus : 12 months

Fee comments

Campuses: Sale Campus, Shepparton Campus / Head Office.

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students qualify for $0 TUITION fees if eligible for government funding, but do pay a $110 non-refunable Administration fee at the time of enrolment.

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