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Diploma of Business (Governance) BSB50715

   

DAY ONE Day One of the Diploama of Business (Governance)

  • Introduction
  • Diploma Enrolment Process & Expectations
  • Introduction to Governance review

  BSBATSIL411:  
  Undertake the roles and responsibilities of a board member  

Content:
  • Work within the structure of the organisation
  • Manage competing roles and responsibilities
  • Follow legal requirements when carrying out board duties
  • Monitor operations
  • Receive and act on community and stakeholder feedback

  BSBATSIC412: 
  Maintain and protect cultural values in the organisation  

Content:
  • What is culture
  • Respect cultural diversity
  • Apply cultural practices to governance processes
  • Deal with potential and actual cultural exploitation
  • Deal with potential and actual stereotyping and prejudice
  • Determine the effects of new legislation and policy on the organisation
  • Determine the impact of development on culture

 


 

DAY TWO Day Two of the Diploama of Business (Governance)

 
  • Review Day One  


  BSBATSIL511:  
  Lead the organisation's strategic planning cycle  

Content:
  • Establish the strategic planning process
  • Develop and review the organisation's values, vision and purpose
  • Analyse the internal and external factors that could impact on the organisation's strategic plan
  • Establish strategic objectives and strategies
  • Monitor and evaluate strategic performance

  CHCORG614C:  
  Manage a community sector organisation  

Content:
  • Coordinate organisation planning
  • Design and implement the structures and process of the organisation
  • Implement evaluation processes
  • Enable organisation to meet legal requirements
  • Establish the profile of the organisation and market its services
  • Give direction for the effective management of the organisation
  • Manage changes in the organisation

  BSBATSIM505:  
  Control organisational finances  

Content:
  • Establish a financial management structure
  • Establish financial management processes and systems
  • Sign contracts on behalf of the organisation
  • Follow finance procedures specified by funding bodies
  • Advise the community of the financial situation of the organisation
  • Meet reporting requirements of relevant corporate authorities and funding bodies

 


 

DAY THREE Day Three of the Diploama of Business (Governance)

 

  BSBATSIW514:  
  Represent your organisation  

Content:
  • Obtain authorisation and act ethically
  • Develop and participate in networks
  • Receive and provide information relating to the work of the organisation
  • Become informed about organisational policies, current operations and relevant local politics
  • Promote the work of the organisation
  • Be accountable to the board

  BSBATSIW515:  
  Secure funding  

Content:
  • Funding options
  • Identify and contact funding bodies
  • Prepare a case for funding
  • Promote the case for funding
  • Appeal if necessary

 

  HOMEWORK & FIRST ASSESSMENT (during a one-month recess)  

 


 

DAY FOUR Day Four of the Diploama of Business (Governance)

 
  • Review previous units

 


  BSBATSIM506:  
  Develop employment policies  

Content:
  • Develop policies with respect to staff
  • Implement staff policies and procedures
  • Monitor and review staffing policies

  BSBATSIL510:  
  Appoint and work with a manager  

Content:
  • Establish a recruitment and selection process
  • Recruit and select the manager
  • Negotiate an employment contract
  • Work with the manager

  BSBATSIL503:  
  Manage conflict  

Content:
  • Identify existing and potential conflict
  • Consider the conflict situation
  • Use strategies to resolve conflict

 


 

DAY FIVE Day Five of the Diploama of Business (Governance)

 

  BSBATSIM511:  
  Develop enterprise opportunities  

Content:
  • Expand existing activities
  • Develop business ideas and options
  • Evaluate business options
  • Implement business proposals

  PSPGOV507A:  
  Undertake negotiations  

Content:
  • Plan for negotiation
  • Conduct negotiation
  • Finalise negotiation outcomes

 


 

  SUBMIT REMAINING ASSESSMENTS 

 

 

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