Whether you are interested in government processes, the law or sharing information, we have a course that will excite and inspire you. Learn what you need to work in local, state and federal government or one of our many public agencies within a variety of sectors including health, education, public transport and emergency services. Take your leadership qualities and specialised expertise to find your future.
Transfer your career and provide advice and information to clients about the sale or purchase of property, prepare legal documentation and represent your clients in settlements.
Launch your career in public service as you apply government processes, comply with legislations, deliver and monitor services to clients and support policy implementation.
Develop your career in government focusing on leadership skills, emotional intelligence, conflict resolution and complex writing skills. You’ll also learn how to promote the values and ethos, diversity and compliance within the public service sector.
Challenge yourself to gain the skills needed to step into major leadership roles in government and the public sector. Learn how to resolve conflicts and facilitate change, while remaining compliant and following legislation.
Assist law firms with cases in family, property and criminal law. Work with complex documents, apply legal principles, conduct research and interpret compliance requirements.
Align your strong work ethic and the desire to make a measurable difference to key issues when you launch your career in legal services. You’ll gain a thorough understanding of the Australian legal system and be ready to work as a paralegal or legal administrator in a legal practice across a range of industries.
Gain the skills and knowledge to provide junior legal services in a law firm as a legal assistant or paralegal. Work with clients and lawyers across family, property, corporate and criminal law. If a law degree is your ultimate goal, this course provides a strong competitive advantage.
Turn your love of books, art, and artefacts into your dream career as you organise and maintain library collections, search databases, catalogue items and use multi-media equipment.
Immerse yourself at the forefront of a bustling community hub where you can combine your organisational and people skills with your interest in literature. Take your qualification into schools or public libraries and help people to research and discover everything from new fiction to ancient texts.
Help people make new discoveries and share facts that inspire when you become a qualified cultural centre director, library officer or gallery manager. Be a conduit for information as you connect your community to invaluable educational, cultural and academic information services.
Analyse and identify your organisations needs where you will acquire goods and services, make buying decisions, manage contracts, and evaluate terms and conditions.
Designed specifically for the unique needs of staff working in procurement, contracting and purchasing this course prepares you with essential knowledge of government processes and end-to-end procurement methods.