BSB51107 Diploma of Management

​        RTO 22085

BSB51107 Diploma of Management

Course outline

The BSB51107 Diploma of Management qualification is a nationally recognised leading qualification aimed at frontline and middle managers who want to further develop their management skills. Participants should have considerable experience in their respective vocational area coupled with experience in a managerial role.

Course structure

The course consists of eight units of competency: five compulsory units and three elective units. Individuals are able to select the core and elective units of competency from a list provided so the learning reflects the work role and required duties.

Course delivery and duration

The course is via blended delivery Assessments are tailored for the individual to gain greater understanding of workplace practices, procedures and systems. It is anticipated this course will take 12-15 months to complete. The program may be completed sooner depending on experience and recognition assessment.



Career opportunities

* Manager

* Senior supervisor

Funding Opportunities

Eligible students may be entitled to Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Please speak to our career advisors to discuss your individual circumstances and eligibility.

Fees and Charges

Learners who are eligible for government funding are required to pay an enrolment fee. Learners who are not eligible for subsidised training can enrol in the course on a fee-for-service basis. Please refer to our course Fees and Charges. Mercy Health employees are required to contact to discuss fees and charges.

Qualification pathways

 Once the BSB51107 Diploma of Management has been successfully completed, participants may wish to undertake a range of higher qualifications which our Program Coordinators will be happy to discuss.

This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Funding:


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