SSP Funded Frontline Management (BSB40807)
What is a Frontline Management qualification?
|Price:||$3,000.00 This course is GST free|
The Frontline Management initiative was developed to help Australian organisations to improve productivity
and management performance in the frontline from team leaders through to line managers with responsibility
for the strategic direction of the business.
The qualification incorporates units from frontline and strategic management domains. The qualification is
applicable to anyone with management responsibility across the full variety of organisations within the
Forsythes Training are currently offering the following qualifications from the BSB07 training package:
- BSB40807: Certificate IV in Frontline Management
The Certificate IV is designed for workers in team leader, supervisory, front desk or line management positions.
At this level frontline managers provide leadership and guidance to others and take responsibility for the
effective functioning and performance of the team and its work outcomes.
The Certificate IV
qualification reflects the role of individuals who take the first line of management in a wide
range of organisational and industry contexts. They may have existing qualifications and technical skills in any
given vocation or profession, yet require skills or recognition in supervisory functions. Typically they would
report to a manager.
The Certificate IV
qualification is made up of 10 units of competence, consisting of 4 core units
and 6 elective units
Publicly Scheduled Programs
Forsythes Training Publicly scheduled Certificate IV and Diploma courses are comprised of the following units:
|Certificate IV Units
||Newcastle Session Dates
|BSBWOR404B Develop Work Priorities
|BSBWOR401A Establish Effective Workplace Relationships
|BSBOHS407A Monitor a safe workplace (Core)
|BSBMGT401A Show Leadership in the workplace (Core)
|BSBWOR402A Promote Team Effectiveness (Core)
|BSBCUS403B Implement Customer Service Standards
|BSBMGT402A Implement Operational Plan (Core)
BSBMGT403A Implement Continuous Improvement
|BSBRSK401A Identify risk & apply risk management processes
|BSBITU304A Produce spreadsheets
BSBITU303A Design and produce text documents
RPL or RCC against any units may reduce course duraion for individual participants (available upon request).
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Dedicated Training Programs
In addition to our publicly scheduled programs Forsythes Training can
deliver dedicated training programs for companies.
Units for dedicated training programs can be selected from the full list available
for the Certificate IV and Diploma qualifications and learning outcomes aligned to
industry standards and your organisation.
We have delivered a number of dedicated training programs to a range of clients including:
|||Face to Face - one unit per month|
|||Flexible delivery options - At Client Site or at Forsythes Training premise|
|||Additional Coaching/mentoring Days available|
|||Incorporates assessments, assignments, learners journals and internal syndicate projects|
|||Relevant workplace examples, learning activities and assessment|
|||Projects which provide a Return on Investment|
|||Incorporate corporate/industry representatives as guest speakers|
|||CEO Video/input/content via recorded video|
Assessments can occur on the job, off the job or in a combination of both these methods.
Assessments may utilise the following:
|||Include assignment and/or demonstration through questioning (verbal or written)
understanding of the underpinning knowledge of the competencies|
|||Demonstration of practical skill in a workplace or simulated environment|
|||Recognition of prior learning and current competency|
|||Third party documentation, interview processes and employer support documentation|
Forsythes Training have a team of highly qualified trainers and assessors with a
diverse range of qualification and backgrounds.
They hold relevant training and assessment competencies as per the AQTF 2007 standards including:
|||Accredited qualifications - Certificate IV & Diploma in Frontline Management,
Advanced Diploma of Business Management, Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment|
|||Tertiary qualifications - Masters in Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations, OHS, risk management and change management|
|||Practical experience in public and private sector|
|||Experience in training to WorkCover, Public Companies, Mining Sector, Local, State and Federal Government|
|||High credibility and ability to develop rapport and deliver training from leading hand, supervisor to corporate level|
|||Training programs customised to meet industry/enterprise specific needs and standards|
|||Financial incentives of up to $4,000 per trainee |
|||The development of business specific training packages |
|||Alignment to organisational performance review development systems |
|||Supports organisational succession planning |
|||Flexible learning strategies to suit the operational needs of your business|
|||Provides a basis and benchmark for job descriptions and performance management|
|||Linked to strategic and organisational goals, mission, vision & due diligence requirements|
|||Ability linked to job descriptions, recruitment, performance and pay scales|
|||Professionalism and image|
|||Increase in innovation and creativity|
|||Potential to improve the internal culture in the areas of safety, production, customer service and continuous improvement|
|||Morale building for employees|
|||An opportunity to gain recognition of existing skills and further increase their skill base |
|||A nationally recognised credential |
|||Training and development |
|||Increased career opportunities |
|||Local Proven Performer in innovation, training and sustainability in the Region and Industry|
|||Forsythes Training will coordinate the entire training process from AAC sign-up to graduation|
|||Student progress meetings, additional mentoring/coaching days, ongoing email and telephone support|
|||Flexibility and customisation for client needs whilst still adhering to validation, relevancy and compliance with legislation and VETAB|
|||Early completion of training for Certificate IV & Diploma in Frontline Management courses|
|||Logistics - Forsythes Training can deliver training Australia Wide |
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the process of recognising competencies obtained by an individual
through previous or current work experience, life experience or training.
A student may be considered for recognition if they have:
|||Successfully completed a similar module or subject in a course studied with another Registered Training Organisation (RTO)|
|||Relevant industrial, workplace, community or life experience|
Recognition requires that a student provides evidence of either previous Qualification/s or
Statement/s of Attainment or detailed evidence of their current competency.
The evidence usually entails examples of:
|||Direct evidence e.g. video of demonstrating a workplace procedure; a completed work project|
|||Indirect evidence e.g. a project completed off the job such as a research project|
|||Supplementary evidence e.g. third party reports from peers or supervisors|
The evidence may cover individual units of competency or a number of competencies
A route to learning can be planned with the candidate and the assessor.
Forsythes Training recognises equivalent Statements of Attainment and Qualifications
issued by RTOs Australia wide. If a student believes that they have already achieved the same,
or similar competency with another RTO they may like to apply for credit transfer.
Students wishing to apply for credit transfer will need to provide either an original or
certified copy of their qualification.
The units of competency that make up the qualification will be checked against the current units.
In some cases the student may only receive partial recognition if the units have changed or new
elements have been added.
Forsythes Training reserves the right to check with the other RTO the training and units
of competency that made up the qualification.
Credit Transfer means credit towards a qualification granted to students on the basis of outcomes
gained by a student through participation in nationally accredited courses with another RTO.
Credit Transfer is available to any student enrolling with Forsythes Training.
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- Company profile
- Student registration process
- Student Induction
- Student records and information
- The assessment process and policies
- Rights, responsibilities and standards
- Student Feedback
- Recognised Prior Learning (RPL), Recognised Current Competency (RCC), Direct Credit Transfer (DCT)
- Appeals Process
- WHS Policies and Procedures
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