Certificate I in Leadership is a 12-week bridging course that assists youth at risk aged 15 – 20 years, to progress to further education, training or employment through the development of employability and leadership skills and increased community participation.
Participants learn valuable skills to help gain further employment such as delivering presentations, participating in brainstorming sessions, learning about health and safety in the workplace and how to prepare a resume and perform in job interviews.
All participants also take part in a community project. For example, building community garden beds, preparing meals for the homeless or visiting a children’s hospital. Students also have the opportunity to gain other qualifications such as the ‘Provide First Aid’ course and ‘Keys for Life’, a driver education program that promotes safe road use.
Students undertaking this qualification have access to a transportation service to and from the centre from a designated train station, daily breakfast and lunch. throughout the course, students are required to wear suitable clothing and closed in footwear and will be provided with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) e.g gloves safety glasses and ear protection – where needed.
Participants will also obtain the HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid as part of this program.
Certificate I in Leadership is delivered at the following centres:
The 12-week course full fee for this program is $1,268.80
The 12-week course concession fee for this program is $58.80*
This fee can be paid in full, invoiced to an agency or business or a repayment plan can be set up. Concessions may apply or request may be considered for waiving due to financial hardship.
*The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees.
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