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The She Leads Diploma of Leadership and Management is at the cutting edge of leadership development. It applies a framework of developing participants’ cognitive capabilities and emotional intelligence (knowing), practical leadership skills (doing), and leadership identity (being).
The course interweaves this framework with a traditional BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management, allowing participants to build their leadership skills while working towards a nationally recognised qualification. YWCA Canberra is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 1373). The course also explicitly acknowledges and addresses the perspectives, challenges and opportunities for women in leadership.
During the She Leads Diploma, participants will have the opportunity to explore and refine their leadership identity, and reflect on their experiences, strengths, values, and vision for the future. Through this process, participants will learn how to become authentic and effective leaders.
She Leads has both the capacity to provide participants with a new skill set or formalise the skills that they have accumulated through their careers.
Upon successful completion, participants will graduate with a BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management, recognising their competency in the following areas:
The She Leads Diploma is delivered over ten dynamic full day classes (held monthly) which include: seminars, practical exercises with case studies and role plays, personal development sessions, and peer coaching.
This qualification is available as fee-for-service and government funding through User Choice as part of a traineeship.
The fees for these courses can be found under the ‘training cost’ section on the Student Information page.
Please visit our Student Information page for information on how to enrol.
For further information or to express your interest in future intakes, contact the She Leads Diploma Coordinator, Mary Kirkman at Mary.Kirkman@ywca-canberra.org.au.