Training Services Australia’s workshops are considered the benchmark in management training. They provide an interactive, thought provoking and stimulating learning experience in contemporary management principles, techniques, skills and practices.
Our public workshops are located in Perth at our training centre.
We can also offer in-house client specific training overseas, throughout regional Australia as well as all capital cities including Darwin, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra.
Please review the various options below and click on the link to view the course information.
The BSB42015 Cert IV in Leadership and Management (Previously Frontline Management) qualification is aimed at supervisors and team leaders (usually at the first tier of management). They may have existing qualifications and technical skills, but require skills or recognition in supervisory functions. They typically report to a manager. It covers all aspects of Leadership and Management and consists of four modules which are spread over 15 days of face-to-face training delivery.
This supervisor training course is suitable for Frontline managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders and those who are required to provide leadership, guidance and have responsibility for the effective functioning and performance of a team. This module is part of the BSB42015 Cert IV in Leadership and Management, however is often utilised by clients as a stand-alone module. The units in this module are pre-requisites for supervisors mobilising to Chevron’s Gorgon and Wheatstone projects (two of Australia’s biggest infrastructure projects)
The aim of this workshop is to equip supervisors with the skills, knowledge and attitude to meet WHS legislative requirements and ensure a safe workplace by implementing and monitoring the organisation’s WHS policies, procedures and programs, in their own work areas. It is often undertaken as a stand-alone module however it is a component of the BSB42015 Cert IV in Leadership and Management. This course was formerly called “OHS for Supervisors“