MANAGEMENT COURSES LIST

Train the Trainer


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
             4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
             4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
             4.3 Coordination of Work Objectives

                     4. 3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                    4.3.2  Plan assessment activities

                    4.3.3  Assess competence

                    4.3.4  Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace

                    4.3.5  Design and develop learning programs

                    4.3.6  Design and develop assessment tools

                    4.3.7  Provide work skill instruction

                    4.3.8  Mentor in the workplace

                    4.3.9  Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills


5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

Certificate in Training and Assessment


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3 Coordination of Work Objectives

              4. 3.1  Roles and responsibilities

              4.3.2  Plan assessment activities

             4.3.3  Assess competence

             4.3.4  Participate in assessment validation

             4.3.5  Plan, organise and deliver group based learning

             4.3.6  Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace

             4.3.7  Design and develop learning programs

             4.3.8  Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs

             4.3.9  Contribute to assessment

             4.3.10  Design and develop assessment tools

             4.3.11  Provide work skill instruction

             4.3.12  Coordinate and facilitate distance-based learning

             4.3.13  Mentor in the workplace

             4.3.14  Facilitate E-learning

             4.3.15  Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills

             4.3.16  Maintain training and assessment information


5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

Supervisor Programme


1.0  Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements

       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping

       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving

       4.3 Coordination of Work Objectives

       4. 3.1  Roles and responsibilities

       4.3.2  Apply risk management process

       4.3.3  Supervise on site operations

       4.3.4  Communicate information

       4.3.5  Show leadership in the workplace

      4.3.6  Compliance

      4.3.7  Job Hazard Analysis Supervisor responsibilities

      4.3.8 Safe Working Procedures

      4.3.9  Managing work programmes

      4.3.10  Implementation plans

      4.3.11  Gantt charts

      4.3.12  Problem solving

      4.3.13  5 Why’s

      4.3.14  Meetings

      4.3.15  Presentations

      4.3.16  Negotiation

      4.3.17  Leadership and management

 

5.0 Risk Management
 6.0 Hazard ID and Management 
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

    Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Management


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements

            4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping

            4.2 Communication & Problem Solving

            4.3 Coordination of Work Objectives

                    4.3.1     Roles and responsibilities

                    4.3.2     Defining emergency and disaster preparedness management

                    4.3.3     Designing emergency and disaster preparedness management

                    4.3.4     Emergency management in an operational mode

                    4.3.5     Understanding emergency and disaster preparedness management

                    4.3.6     Understanding constraints in emergency and disaster preparedness management

                    4.3.7     Strategies to mitigate emergency and disaster preparedness management constraints

                    4.3.8     Elements that drive successful emergency and disaster preparedness management

                    4.3.9     Developing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management policies

                    4.3.10  Developing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management procedures

                    4.3.11  Designing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management strategies

                    4.3.12  Developing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

                    4.3.13  Designing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

                    4.3.14  Executing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

                    4.3.15  Reviewing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

 

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0  Assessment

Emergency and Disaster Management


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0  Technical Course Elements
                 4.1   Documentation, including records and record keeping
                 4.2   Communication & Problem Solving
                 4.3   Coordination of Work Objectives

                          4.3.1         Roles and responsibilities

                          4.3.2         Liaise with other organisations

                          4.3.3         Contribute to an emergency risk management process

                          4.3.4         Work in an emergency management context

                          4.3.5         Design emergency management exercises

                          4.3.6         Manage the organisation’s public safety responsibilities

                          4.3.7         Manage projects

                          4.3.8         Manage physical resources

                          4.3.9         Facilitate community involvement in recovery

                          4.3.10      Manage recovery functions and services

                          4.3.11       Coordinate resources for a multi-agency incident

 

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety

 

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements

          4.1   Documentation, including records and record keeping

          4.2   Communication & Problem Solving

          4.3   Coordination of Work Objectives

          4.4   Roles and responsibilities

          4.5   Determine the legal framework for OHS in the workplace

           4.6   Contribute to activity that reflects OHS legislative requirements

           4.7   Keep up-to-date with legislation and relevant publications


5.0   Risk Management
6.0   Hazard ID and Management
7.0   Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0   Equipment Operational Checks
9.0   Review
10.0 Assessment

Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety


1.0   Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0   Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0   OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0   Technical Course Elements
         4.1  Documentation, including records and record keeping
         4.2  Communication & Problem Solving
         4.3  Coordination of Work Objectives

                  4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                  4.3.2  Assist with compliance with OHS and other relevant laws

                  4.3.3  Contribute to the implementation of emergency procedures

                  4.3.4  Use equipment to conduct workplace monitoring

                  4.3.5  Contribute to the implementation of a systematic approach to managing

                  4.3.6  Contribute to the implementation of the OHS consultation process

                  4.3.7  Identify hazards and assess OHS risks

                  4.3.8  Contribute to the implementation of strategies to control OHS risk

                  4.3.9  Contribute to the implementation of emergency procedures

                  4.3.10 Use equipment to conduct workplace monitoring

                  4.3.11  Assist with compliance with OHS and other relevant laws


 5.0  Risk Management
6.0   Hazard ID and Management
7.0   Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0   Equipment Operational Checks
9.0   Review
10.0 Assessment

Occupational Health and Safety for Supervisors


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0  OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements

        4.1  Documentation, including records and record keeping

         4.2  Communication & Problem Solving

         4.3  Coordination of Work Objectives

                 4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                 4.3.2  Occupational Safety and Health Acts

                 4.3.3  Occupational Safety and Health Regulations

                 4.3.4  Codes of Practice and Guidelines

                 4.3.5  Standards

                 4.3.6  Duties of Care -Employers

                 4.3.7  Determining What is Reasonably Practicable

                 4.3.8  Duties of Care - Employees

                 4.3.9  Duties of Care - Supervisors and Managers

                 4.3.10  Duties of Care - Designers, Manufacturers and Suppliers

                 4.3.11  Public Safety

                 4.3.12  Employees’ Right to Refuse to Continue to Work

                 4.3.13  Safety and Health Committees

                 4.3.14  Workplace Safety and Health Representatives

                 4.3.15  Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying

                 4.3.16  Statute Law and Common Law

                 4.3.17  Penalties for Failure to Comply with the Acts

                 4.3.18  Responsibility for Regulation of OHS

                 4.3.19  The Role of Managers and Supervisors

                 4.3.20  Establishing an Effective Safety Management System


5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

Safety Management

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3  Coordination of Work Objectives

                 4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                 4.3.2  Establish accountability for safety efforts

                 4.3.3  Implement proven system elements and strategy

                 4.3.4  Satisfy the moral, financial and legal responsibilities

                 4.3.5  Develop policy statements and performance standards to assist the management team fulfil responsibilities      

                 4.3.6  Controlling Workers’ Compensation costs

                 4.3.7  Create a budget for safety efforts

                 4.3.8  Benchmark your organisation’s safety and health system

                 4.3.9  Conduct an effective safety audit

                4.3.10 Analyse the ethics of safety-related matters

                4.3.11 Fulfil the expanded safety role and the expectation of your organisation

                4.3.12 Implement strategic safety efforts that will impact the system

                4.3.13  Reinforce safety Behaviour in your organisation

                4.3.14 Design your safety management system to support business objectives

                4.3.15 Influence and obtain management support for your safety efforts

                4.3.16 Demonstrate business acumen and negotiation skills

                4.3.17  Achieve work habits necessary for more effective safety management

                4.3.18  Adjust safety efforts in response to corporate mergers, downsizing, right sizing, and reorganising

                4.3.18 Benchmark your organisation’s safety and health system


5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

Risk Management

1.0 Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare)
3.0 General 3. OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1     Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2     Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3     Coordination of Work Objectives
                  4.3.1  Principles of Risk
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Operational Risk Management
  • Market Risk Management Credit Risk Management
  • Quantitative Risk Management Commodity Risk Management
  • Currency Risk Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Technology Risk Management
  • Integrated Risk Management
  • Principles of risk appetites and cultures
  • Principles of risk governance
  • Principles of risk identification
  • Principles of risk assessment
  • Principles of qualitative risk analysis
  • Principles of quantitative risk analysis
  • Principles of risk  treatment
  • Principles of risk management
  • Principles of crises, resilience and future risks

 

                 4.3.2  Practices of Risk
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Operational Risk Management
  • Market Risk Management
  • Credit Risk Management
  • Quantitative Risk Management
  • Commodity Risk Management
  • Currency Risk Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Technology Risk Management
  • Integrated Risk Management
  • Practices of risk appetites and cultures
  • Practices of risk governance
  • Practices of risk identification
  • Practices of risk assessment
  • Practices of qualitative risk analysis
  • Practices of quantitative risk analysis
  • Practices of risk treatment
  • Practices of risk management
  • Practices of crises, resilience and future risks

 

                 4.3.3  Designing Risk Solutions
  • Risk process
  • Risk planning
  • Risk strategies
  • Risk mapping
  • Risk recording
  • Risk reporting
  • Risk mitigation
  • Risk controls
  • Risk auditing
  • Risk review

 

5.0  Review
6.0  Assessment


 

Loss Control Management 


1.0 Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare)
3.0  OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1     Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2     Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3     Coordination of Work Objectives


                   4.3.1  Introduction to Loss Control
  • Loss causation
  • Roles of management, employees, third parties and legislation
  • Practices and procedures in the workplace communications
  • Comprehensive loss control
  • Employee education and training
  • Employee accident prevention
  • Asset management
  • General liability
  • General duty of care
  • General insurance liability


                  4.3.2   Introduction to Organisational Risk Management
  • Integrated risk management
  • Enterprise risk management
  • Financial risk management
  • Operational risk management
  • Quantitative risk management
  • Qualitative risk management                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

                4.3.3   Loss Control Management

  • Overview of applicable standards
  • Applications – occupational security
  • Applications - occupational health & safety
  • Applications - environmental impact
  • Applications - community health
  • Solutions to uncertainty & variability
  • Exposure identification techniques
  • Workplace inspections
  • Workplace training
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Emergency response and solutions
  • Event, incident and accident nvestigation
  • Event, incident and accident analysis
  • Event, incident and accident controls
  • Loss control case studies and exercises
  • Application of loss control management concepts in thesis
  • Application of loss control management concepts in practice dissertation

 

5.0  Review
6.0  Assessment

 

Safety Auditing

 

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
 2.0 General 2. Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
 3.0  General 3. OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
 4.0 Technical Course Elements
                         4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
                         4.2  Communication & Problem Solving
                         4.3  Coordination of Work Objectives

                                  4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                                  4.3.2  Perform audit planning

                                              4.3.2.1    Identify safety audit objectives, scope and focus

                                               4.3.2.2    Identify target operations and documentation

                                               4.3.2.3    Determine safety audit process and sampling technique

                                               4.3.2.4    Determine frequency and random timing of audit event

                                               4.3.2.5    Prepare audit documentation

                                               4.3.2.6  Conduct pre-audit communications with client and relevant stakeholders

 

4.3.3  Undertake safety audit activities

             4.3.3.1 Undertake a site-specific risk assessment by identifying work health and safety hazards and assessing risk

             4.3.3.2    Conduct random audit testing of site operations for usage of personal protective equipment

             4.3.3.3    Conduct regular audit testing of tools, equipment and machinery for defective components

             4.3.3.4    Conduct random audit inspection of dedicated rescue equipment

             4.3.3.5    Conduct regular audit testing of operational, start-up and maintenance procedures for tools, equipment and machinery and associated checklist documentation

             4.3.3.6    Conduct regular audit inspection of hazard identification, risk control and toolbox meeting documentation

             4.3.3.7    Conduct random audit interviews for quality checking of personal protective equipment and clothing

             4.3.3.8    Confirm currency and availability of tickets and certifications required by personnel to perform specialised work functions

             4.3.3.9    Implement safety audits at appropriate frequency

 

4.3.4  Identify and respond tonon-conformance

             4.3.4.1    Identify and recordnon-conformance

             4.3.4.2    Identify situations requiring referral

             4.3.4.3    Issue verbal and written warnings for non-conforming work practices

             4.3.4.4    Issue verbal and written notices for unsafe work practices

             4.3.4.5    Tag tools and equipment requiring repairs and label with repair information details

             4.3.4.6   Tag unsafe tools and equipment with ‘Do Not Operate’ tags and remove from operational use areas                        

            4.3.4.7    Provide advice for improvement and rectification of non-conformance


4.3.5  Record, report and present audit results

           4. 3.5.1  Prepare safety auditreport

            4.3.5.2  Make final recommendations on actionrequired

           4. 3.5.3  Obtain responses and finalise audit

           4. 3.5.4  Record safety audit findings

           4. 3.5.5  Conduct post-audit communications with client

 

5.0 Risk Management                                                                                                                                                                
6.0 Hazard ID andManagement
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

 

Safety Systems


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical CourseElements
        4.1   Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2   Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3   Coordination of Work Objectives

                  4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                  4.3.2  Safety policy and objectives

                  4.3.2.1  Management commitment and responsibility

                  4.3.2.2  Safety accountabilities

                  4.3.2.3  Appointment of key safety personnel

                  4.3.2.4 SMS implementation

                  4.3.2.5  Contractor/third party interfaces

                  4.3.2.6  Coordination of emergency response planning

                  4.3.2.7  Safety Management System documentation


4.3.3  Safety risk management

                 4.3.3.1Hazard identification

                 4.3.3.2 Risk assessment and mitigation

                 4.3.4  Safety assurance

                              4.3.4.1  Safety performance monitoring and measurement

                              4. 3.4.2  Internal safety investigation

                              4.3.4.3  The management of change

                              4.3.4.4  Continuous improvement of the Safety Management System


4.3.5  Safety promotion

             4.3.5.1  Safety communication 

             4.3.5.2  Training and education

 

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

 

Research and Information Collection

 

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk, (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1   Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2  Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3  Coordination of Work Objectives

                  4.3.1         Roles andresponsibilities

                  4.3.2         Gather and organiseinformation

                          4.3.2.1   Gather and organise information in a format suitable for analysis, interpretation and dissemination in accordance with organisational requirements

                          4.3.2.2    Access information held by the organisation ensuring accuracy and relevance in line with established  organisational requirements

                          4.3.2.3    Ensure that methods of collecting information are reliable and make efficient use of resources in accordance with organisational requirements

                          4.3.2.4    Identify research requirements for combining online research with non-electronic sources of information

                          4.3.2.5    Use business technology to access, organise and monitor information in accordance with organisational requirements

                           4.3.2.6    Update, modify, maintain and store information, in accordance with organisational requirements

 

4.3.3  Research and analyse information

                          4.3.3.1    Clearly define objectives of research ensuring consistency with organisationalrequirements

                          4.3.3.2    Ensure that data and research strategies used are valid and relevant to the requirements of the research and make efficient use of available resources

                          4.3.3.3    Identify key words and phrases for use as part of any online search strategy, including the use of Boolean and other search tools

                          4.3.3.4    Use reliable methods of data analysis that are suitable to researchpurposes

                          4.3.3.5    Ensure that assumptions and conclusions used in analyses are clear, justified, supported by evidence and consistent with research and business objectives


4.3.4  Presentation of  information

                          4.3.4.1    Present recommendations and issues in an appropriate format, style and structure using suitable business technology

                          4.3.4.2    Structure and format reports in a clear manner that conforms to organisational requirements

                           4.3.4.3    Report and distribute research findings in accordance with organisational requirements

                           4.3.4.4    Obtain feedback and comments on suitability and sufficiency

 

5.0   Risk Management
6.0   Hazard ID and Management
7.0   Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0   Equipment Operational Checks
9.0   Review
10.0 Assessment

Incident/Accident Investigation

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
 2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
 3.0 OHS and Risk, (Duty of Care)
 4.0 Technical Course Elements
         4.1  Documentation, including records and record keeping
         4.2  Communication & Problem Solving
         4.3  Coordination of Work Objectives

                   4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                   4.3.2  Definitions

                   4.3.3  Accident and loss causation models

                   4.3.4  Reporting

                   4.3.5  Reason for investigation

                   4.3.6  Costs of accidents and incidents

                   4.3.7  Incident reporting

                   4.3.8  Incident analysis system

                   4.3.9  Information collection

                   4.3.10 What is Evidence

                   4.3.11 Evidence Gathering 

                   4.3.12  Witnesses

                   4.3.13  Root cause determination

                   4.3.14  Root cause analysis

                   4.3.15  Developing the Report Structure

                   4.3.16  Determining Report Inclusions

                   4.3.17  Deliberating Evidence Based Facts

                   4.3.18  Report Writing Style

                   4.3.19  Writing the Investigation Report

                   4.3.20  Withstanding Investigation Report Challenge


5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

 

Report Writing 

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk, (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1  Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2  Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3  Coordination of Work Objectives

                4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                4.3.2  Identify report requirements

                            4.3.2.1 Requirements for a written report are identified andconfirmedwith appropriate persons

                            4.3.2.2  Information for the report is accessed per workplace procedures

                             4.3.2.3  Information is assessed for currency, accuracy and relevance for inclusion in the report

                 4.3.3 Prepare and produce report

                             4.3.3.1 A structure and outline of the report are developed peridentified reportrequirements

                            4.3.3.2 The report is written using terminology appropriate to the reader and established principles of report writing

                            4.3.3.3 Findings and conclusions are based on factual analysis

                            4.3.3.4 Recommendations, alternatives/suggestions are given, and supporting evidence supplied, where required

                           4.3.3.5 Protocols, conventions and legal requirements related to acknowledgements and intellectual property are applied where necessary


4.3.4 Finalise and distribute report

                         4.3.4.1 Report checked for accuracy and edited as required

                         4.3.4.2 Completion of report is consistent with objectives and requirements

                         4.3.4.3 Report is copied, distributed and stored per instructions and work place procedures


 5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment