About this course

A professional development program for women in NSW agricultural industries. Develop skills in:

  • Time management, planning and organization
  • Communication and networking to position yourself  as a leader and influencer in your business and community
  • Management of teams and staff and meeting  Industrial Relations requirements
  • Understanding and managing work health and safety in your business

GROW is a program for business owners and managers who have a minimum of 5 years experience in the workplace and have delegation over the WHS and HR systems of business.

At a glance:

Location: Online or Blended Delivery
Start date: Multiple intakes
Number of units: 6
Indicative fees: $1,800 GST-free (Nil to eligible applicants)

Testimonials

“Fantastic course - I came in with a small handbag of tools for business and am leaving with a massive toolbox to assist our business” — Rebecca Dalton, Griffith

“Grow was a great way to learn about important aspects of our business. Learning about HR, WH&S, performance and employment in our local area with an amazing trainer who knows her stuff has been fantastic. And I have met some great women along the way” — Stacey Storrier, Hillston

“Just finished this course in Griffith and I am going to say it would be THE BEST COURSE I have been involved in. Top Class Presenters and Speakers, awesome amount of super relevant content. Gold. and the networking from the whole group is so powerful. Can’t recommend it enough. Informative, inspiring, encouraging and motivating. It’s a must do! I don’t want it to be over” — Regina Buchanan, Wagga

Upcoming courses

Coming in 2021. For more information or to register your interest, contact
Rebecca Fing, GROW Project Manager
Phone: 0427 107 234
Email: housepaddock@bigpond.com

Details

  • Time management, planning and organization
  • Communication and networking to position yourself  as a leader and influencer in your business and community
  • Management of teams and staff and meeting  Industrial Relations requirements
  • Understanding and managing work health and safety in your business

$1,800 GST-free (Nil to eligible applicants)

Pre-approved applicants will be funded through the specific NSW training program applied under.

This course will be delivered using a blend of face to face and online training, completed over a 6-month time frame. Participants will complete activities in an engaging and mentored environment and need to be able to commit to 2 one-day face to face workshops, as well as weekly webinars from February to May. Webinars will be recorded for those who are unable to attend the live session each week.

*A reasonable level of computer literacy and internet connection is required to navigate around the user-friendly online environment Canvas.

You must meet the eligibility requirements of the NSW funded training program applied under to secure your subsidised training.

Note: This course is designed under the BSB Business Services Training Package Release 6.1. BSB Release 7 has now been endorsed and Tocal College is currently reviewing all training and assessment materials. Students will have the opportunity to transition to the new qualification where required.

This course is aligned to the following national units of competency:

  • BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development
  • BSBREL401 Establish networks
  • BSBWOR424 Develop a time management plan
  • BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
  • AHCWRK403  Supervise work routines and  staff performance
  • AHCBUS511 Manage enterprise staff requirements

Successful completion of assessment tasks will result in achieving a Statement of Attainment containing units of competency that can contribute to several nationally recognised qualifications



Additional Information

For information on students rights and responsibilities, and the Tocal College Code of Practice see Student policies.

Location

Pre-workshop online tasks released

Workshop 1

Workshop 2

Dubbo

27 Jan 2021

9 Feb

1 Jun

Griffith

27 Jan 2021

11 Feb

2 Jun