BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management

Are you a manager?
Have staff worked under your control and direction?
Do staff work under your guidance?
Do you administer and organize work processes systems and handle problems? 

Monitor and control work while helping a group of employees more successfully conduct their work.
This Diploma is for you

BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management

Packaging Rules

  • Total Number of Units = 12
  • 4 core units, plus
  • 8 Elective units must be selected, of which:
    • 4 elective units must be selected from group A.
    • up to 4 may be additional units from group A or group B.
    • if not listed below, up to 2 electives may be from Diploma or above in the Business Services Training Package. If not listed below, 1 elective unit may be from any currently endorsed Training Package or accredited course at Diploma Level.

Diploma of Leadership and Management

Unit CodeUnit TitleGroup
Unit Code:
BSBLDR501
Unit Title:
Develop and use emotional intelligence
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBMGT517
Unit Title:
Manage operational plan
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBLDR502
Unit Title:
Lead and manage workplace relationships
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBWOR502
Unit Title:
Lead and manage team effectiveness
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBCUS501
Unit Title:
Manage quality customer service
Group:
Group A
Unit Code:
BSBHRM513
Unit Title:
Manage workforce planning
Group:
Group B
Unit Code:
BSBPMG522
Unit Title:
Undertake project work
Group:
Group A
Unit Code:
BSBRSK501
Unit Title:
Manage Risk
Group:
Group A
Unit Code:
BSBWRK510
Unit Title:
Manage Employee Relations
Group:
Group B
Unit Code:
G Gr BSBSUS501
Unit Title:
Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
Group:
Group B
Unit Code:
BSBWOR501
Unit Title:
Manage personal work priorities and professional development
Group:
Group A
Unit Code:
BSBADM502
Unit Title:
Manage Meetings
Group:
Group B
  • You must have as a minimum at least 2-5 years recent work-related experience that is specific to the units being assessed.
  • You must be able to provide referees who can verify their work-related experiences
  • You must be able to access and provide genuine evidence of their skills, associated workplace documentation and work-related experiences
  • You must meet with minimum Foundation Skills requirements for the Qualification they are seeking.

The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process is a summative, assessment only pathway for an individual to achieve qualifications.It assesses the competencies acquired by an individual during their working life through formal, non-formal and informal learning. The process is detailed in this guide from pre- enrolled through to final assessment.

Pre-Enrolment

Prior to any decision being taken regarding an application for RPL or enrolment in a course a potential candidate will be provided with an RPL information Brochure, undertake a self assessment evaluation and participate in an initial consultation.

Information Provision

Appropriate information about recognition of prior learning should have been provided to a potential candidate, this information should include details about:

  • the benefits, eligibility and requirements of RPL
  • the RPL process including costs, time and resources involved
  • details of the self-assessment
  • any information required for the initial consultation
  • how to apply for RPL
  • contact details for further information

Information about RPL is not an RPL process guide, which is normally provided after enrolment.