BSBFIA412 - Report on financial activity
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

This unit describes skills and knowledge required to prepare financial reports in line with statutory reporting requirements. This includes compiling and analysing financial data.

The unit applies to individuals employed in a range of work environments who are responsible for preparing financial reports. They may be individuals providing administrative support within an organisation, or they might have responsibility for these tasks in relation to their own workgroup or role.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Compile and analyse financial data 
  • Report general journal entries for balance day adjustments 
  • Prepare end of period financial reports

 

How will you benefit?

You will have the opportunity to develop your practical leadership skills to:

  • prepare a financial report on at least two occasions.
  • produce a detailed asset register and depreciation schedule
  • record entries for balance day adjustments
  • use conversion and consolidation procedures including moving averages, standardised variables, trend analysis and unit costs
  • apply double-entry principles and accrual accounting

 

You will have the opportunity to develop your practical leadership skills of:

  • double‑entry and accrual principles
  • provisions of relevant legislation, regulations, standards and codes of practice relevant to financial operations, taxable transactions and reporting requirements
  • components of organisational accounting systems
  • organisational policies, procedures and accounting standards relating to preparation of financial reports
  • organisational financial data, including:
  • budget variances
  • budgets and forecasts
  • cash flow and profit reports
  • balance sheets
  • financial year reports
  • operating statements
  • expenditure and receipts
  • profit and loss statements
  • types of assets including property, plant and equipment
  • comparative financial performance
  • financial discrepancies including:
  • absence of auditable trail
  • expenditure report mismatches
  • incorrect payments and unreconciled cash flows
  • techniques used for financial forecasting and analysis
  • options, methods and practices for deductions, benefits and depreciations
  • ethical requirements associated with preparing financial reports for corporate entities, including conflict of interest, confidentiality, and disclosure requirements
  • industry-standard methods and formats used to present financial data.
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BSBLDR413 - Lead Effective Workplace Relationships
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

This unit describes the skills, knowledge and outcomes required to use leadership to promote team cohesion. It includes motivating, mentoring, coaching and developing the team and forming the bridge between the management of the organisation and team members.

The unit applies to team leaders, supervisors and new or emerging managers where leadership plays a role in developing and maintaining effective workplace relationships. It applies in any industry or community context. At this level work will normally be carried out within routine and non-routine methods and procedures, which require planning, evaluation, leadership and guidance of others.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Prepare to lead workplace relationships
  • Lead workplace relationships 
  • Review leadership 

 

How will you benefit?

You will have the opportunity to develop practical leadership skills to:

  • lead effective workplace relationships on at least four occasions with different individuals or groups.
  • access and analyse information required to achieve planned outcomes
  • collaborate with work team to develop and implement a work task strategy
  • apply techniques for resolving problems and conflicts, and dealing with poor performance according to organisational and legislative requirements
  • monitor and communicate work progress to relevant internal and external stakeholders
  • seek and review feedback to improve workplace leadership

 

You will have the opporunity to develop your leadership knowledge to:

  • considerations for communicating information including audience cultural and social diversity
  • consultation processes including internal and external sources of consultees
  • impacts of relationships, cultural and social environment, in supporting or hindering the achievement of planned outcomes
  • techniques for developing positive work relationships and building trust and confidence in a team, including:
  • interpersonal styles
  • communications
  • consultation
  • cultural and social sensitivity
  • networking
  • impact of legislation and organisational policies on workplace relationships
  • techniques for communicating information and ideas to a range of stakeholders
  • common methods to resolve workplace conflict
  • common methods to manage poor work performance
  • common methods to monitor, analyse and improve work relationships.
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BSBLDR411 - Demonstrate Leadership In The Workplace
$ 495.00Duration: 35 hours

Quick Overview

Are leaders born or made?   We believe leaders are both. Some people are born to lead and some recognise they have the ability to lead when they recognise their own potential. ACWE (RTO 40857) specialises in providing their learners with the opportunity to lead or coordinate a project during their course. This provides the perfect springboard to take leadership into Action and transfer the theory to practical application relevant to your specific workplace. 

ACWE believes the team's culture is the mirror of its leaders. Often there are many subtleties and team dynamics are leader may have a 'blind spot' with. 

How effective are your leaders role modelling behaviours you expect to see demonstrated in the workplace?

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to lead teams and individuals by modelling high standards of conduct to reflect the organisation’s standards and values. The unit applies to individuals who are making the transition from being a team member to taking responsibility for the work and performance of others and providing the first level of leadership within the organisation. These leaders have a strong influence on the work culture, values and ethics of the teams they supervise.

The learning outcomes

  • prepare to demonstrate leadership
  • align behaviours with operational values
  • model leadership behaviours

 

How you will benefit? 

  • Identify your current leadership styles 
  • identify your behaviours which are useful and not so useful to yourself and/or their team members
  • Understand and identify your 'blind spots' with your team members. (Do you play favourites?)
  • Do you lead and manage in the same style as your parent your children?
  • Understand your emotional intelligence and manage the triggers
  • The Imposter Syndrome: what is it and do you have it?
  • Use the results of your performance management plan and enhance your leadership skills

 

This course will provide you with the practical skills to:

  • comply with organisation’s standards and values
  • evaluate own behaviour and performance against organisational standards and values and adjust to achieve required standards
  • ensure own behaviour and performance contributes to the integrity and credibility of the organisation
  • facilitate processes to make decisions that are based on:
  • relevant information
  • examination of options and associated risks
  • input from relevant people
  • communicate about making and implementing decisions including:
  • facilitating agreement on the preferred course of action and implementation plans

monitoring and seeking feedback on the implementation and impact of decisions

This course will provide you with the knowledge of:

  • methods to identify an organisation’s standards and values when they are stated, and where they are implied
  • organisational values and expectations of behaviour
  • basic leadership theories
  • common leadership styles
  • organisation’s process for raising questions about standards and values
  • examples of behaviours and performance that would typically be considered damaging to an organisation
  • concepts of:
  • organisational values and ethics
  • role modelling
  • integrity and credibility
  • leadership
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BSBSTR402 - Implement Continuous Improvement
$ 495.00Duration: 35 hours

Quick Overview

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to implement continuous improvement of systems and processes of an organisation. It includes using systems and strategies to encourage the team to participate in the process, monitoring and reviewing performance, and identifying opportunities for further improvements.

The unit applies to managers who are responsible for implementing the continuous improvement process to achieve the objectives of the organisation.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify and plan for improvement
  • Monitor implementation of continuous improvement 
  • Evaluate implementation of continuous improvement

 

How will you benefit?

You will develop practical leadership skills to:

  • provide support to enable individuals and teams to participate in decisions, take responsibility, show initiative and implement improvement processes
  • communicate effectively to support the implementation of improvements and improvement system and processes
  • implement, monitor and update improvement plans, processes and procedures to improve performance
  • document performance to identify further opportunities for improvement
  • manage records and reports in the systems and procedures of the organisation.

 

You will develop your knowledge of:

  • continuous improvement systems and processes
  • coaching and mentoring needs to support continuous improvement
  • change management techniques that support continuous improvement and initiative
  • organisation’s systems and data used for benchmarking and monitoring performance for continuous improvement.
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BSBXCM401 - Apply Communication Strategies In The Workplace
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

This course describes the skills and knowledge required for a leaders to effectively facilitate and apply communication strategies in the workplace within any industry.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Prepare for communication
  • Use communication strategies to provide work instruction 
  • Facilitate workplace communication
  • Monitor and support team communication

 

How will you benefit?

You will develop practical skills to:

  • Identify the communication requirements for a work activity and assign roles to others to fulfil those requirements
  • Select appropriate communication method for relevant audience and according to organisational requirements
  • Articulate to others their roles in fulfilling the communication requirements and negotiate roles in response to feedback
  • Present and convey information to others in a way that they can understand and demonstrate that the needs of all recipients, including those from diverse backgrounds have been considered
  • Demonstrate problem solving techniques to negotiate and resolve communication challenges
  • Evaluate the communication process and identify areas for improvement, reporting to relevant supervisors as required.

 

You will develop the knowledge of:

  • legislative requirements relevant to workplace communication
  • organisational requirements relevant to workplace communication (including digital form):
  • policies and protocols
  • codes of conduct
  • organisational reputation and culture
  • techniques to resolve communication challenges
  • methods and techniques to participate in workplace discussions, including active listening, questioning and providing feedback
  • key principles of cross-cultural communication and communication with individuals with special needs or disabilities
  • presentation methods to present and convey workplace information or instructions:
  • formal presentation using visual aids and prompts
  • informal team meeting or instructional briefing
  • written work instruction for a process or procedure
  • communication methods suited to audience and workplace requirement:
  • verbal means: telephones, mobiles, video conference
  • written means: emails, SMS, social media
  • communication challenges relevant to performance evidence:
  • conflicts with clients or team members
  • potential risks or safety hazards
  • unethical or inappropriate communication
  • use of visual prompts and presentations
  • communication that falls outside of workplace policy
  • key relevant features of:
  • different communication styles
  • different communication methods
  • cross cultural communication techniques.
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BSBPEF402 - Develop Personal Work Priorities
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to plan and prioritise own work tasks. It also addresses the skills and knowledge to monitor and obtain feedback on personal work performance.

The unit applies to individuals who are required to design their own work schedules and work plans and to establish priorities for their work. They will typically hold some responsibilities for the work of others and have some autonomy in relation to their own role.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Plan personal work schedule
  • Implement personal work schedule 
  • Review personal work priorities

 

How will you benefit?

You will have the opportunity to develop practical leadership skills to:

  • develop, implement and review one personal work schedule.
  • identify personal responsibilities and barriers to their fulfilment according to task requirements
  • prepare a personal work schedule
  • communicate work schedule to relevant personnel
  • monitor personal work performance to identify variations between expected and actual work performance
  • review own work performance against workgroup objectives through self-assessment and seeking and acting on feedback from internal and external stakeholders

 

Your will have the opportunity to develop your leadership knowledge of:

  • content of work plans including:
  • resource requirements
  • stakeholder needs
  • workgroup targets
  • business technology applications to schedule tasks and plan work
  • methods of personal work performance review including:
  • self-assessment
  • feedback from others
  • techniques to prepare personal plans and establish priorities
  • methods to elicit, analyse and interpret feedback.

 

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BSBSTR401 - Promote Innovation In Team Environments
$ 495.00Duration: 35 hours

Quick Overview

What is innovation and why is it important for a leader to understand how they can influence their team's approach to consider areas for innovation?

This unit of competency BSBSTR401 Promote innovation in team environments will provide you with leadership and management skills and knowledge to:

  • Identify opportunities to maximise innovation 
  • Organise and agree on effective ways of working
  • Support and guide colleagues to promote innovation
  • Evaluate innovation ideas and promotion 

​Internal and external factors that contribute to a team becoming and remaining innovative, including:

  • team characteristics
  • role of group dynamics and diversity
  • broader environmental factors

This will unit will provide you with the ability to:

  • influence and encourage others to contribute to innovate
  • have the team identify various ways of working to innovate
  • implement and communicate improvements with all team members
  • develop the planning and scheduling skills of team members
  • reflect on activities, feedback and challenges to identity improvement options
  • model open and respectful communications
  • contribute to the make-up and rules of the team
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BSBOPS402 - Coordinate Business Operational Plans
$ 495.00Duration: 35 hours

Quick Overview

This unit (BSBOPS402) describes the skills and knowledge required to implement operational plans by planning and acquiring resources, monitoring and adjusting operational performance and providing reports on performance, as required.

The unit applies to individuals who plan activities to achieve team and organisational objectives.

At this level, work will normally be carried out within routine and non-routine methods and involve procedures that require planning, evaluation, leadership and guidance of others.

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Prepare to implement operational plan 
  • Implement operational plan 
  • Monitor operational performance
  • Review operations based on performance 

 

How you will benefit? You will develop the practical skills to:

  • create processes to identify resource requirements
  • source information to identify resource requirements
  • identify effective methods to manage contingencies through consultation with relevant stakeholders
  • identify key features of performance monitoring systems and processes
  • consistent and common methods for problem solving
  • identify methods to support team members including mentoring, coaching and supervision
  • implement methods for an operational plan
  • develop a budget and other financial information related to the organisation
  • develop agreed organisational objectives including costs, identified shortfalls and surpluses

 

You will develop the knowledge to:

  • interact with a range of people and groups to identify resource requirements, performance objectives, systems, procedures and records relating to the operational plan
  • plan and acquire physical and human resources using organisation’s systems and procedures
  • manage and support personnel to achieve performance objectives including facilitating new employee onboarding
  • present information and recommendations to support implementation and variation of the operational plan
  • monitor operational performance against the performance objectives and budgets and implement improvements to rectify unsatisfactory performance
  • vary the operational plan and gain approval to deal with contingencies
  • document and provide reports on performance as required by the organisation.

 

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BSBCMM411 - Make Presentations
$ 495.00Duration: 30 hours

Quick Overview

This unit develops the leadership skills and knowledge required to prepare, deliver and review presentations for target audiences.

This unit applies to individuals who may be expected to make presentations for a range of purposes, such as marketing, training and promotions. They contribute well developed communication skills in presenting a range of concepts and ideas.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Prepare presentation
  • Deliver presentation
  • Review presentation

 

How will you benefit?

You will have the opportunity to develop your practical leadership skills to:

  • prepare and deliver at least two different presentations.
  • use aids and materials to support the presentation
  • select and implement methods to review the effectiveness of presentation and document suggested improvements.

 

You will have the opportunity to develop your leadership knowledge of:

  • information collection methods that support review and feedback of presentations
  • organisational and legislative obligations and requirements relevant to presentations
  • structure of presentations according to intended outcomes
  • principles of effective communication including:
  • persuasive communication techniques
  • verbal and non-verbal communication
  • presentation methods
  • different aids, materials and techniques that can be used for presentations.
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BSBWHS411 - Implement and Monitor WHS Policies, Procedures And Programs
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to implement and monitor an organisation’s work health and safety (WHS) policies, procedures and programs in the relevant work area in order to meet legislative requirements.

The unit applies to those with supervisory responsibilities in a work area who have a broad knowledge of WHS policies and contribute well-developed skills in creating solutions to problems through analysis and evaluation of information from a variety of sources. They provide supervision and guidance to others and have limited responsibility for the output of others.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Provide information to work team about WHS policies and procedures
  • Implement and monitor work team consultative arrangements for managing WHS
  • Implement and monitor organisational procedures for providing WHS training to work team
  • Implement and monitor organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards, and assessing and controlling risks
  • Implement and monitor organisational procedures for maintaining WHS records 

 

How will you benefit?

You will have the opportunity to develop your practical skills to:

  • implement and monitor the work health and safety (WHS) policies, procedures and programs for one work area in an organisation.
  • explain relevant WHS information clearly and accurately to work team
  • provide work team with access to WHS policies, procedures and programs in appropriate structure and language
  • implement and monitor procedures, according to WHS legislative and organisational requirements, for:
  • consultation on and communication about WHS hazards and risks
  • WHS training needs and learning opportunities
  • WHS records
  • using WHS aggregate data relating to hazards and risk control

 

You will have the opporunity to develop your knowledge to:

 

  • key provisions of commonwealth and state/territory WHS laws that apply to the business, and procedures for their application in the work area
  • organisational policies and procedures for:
  • consulting during WHS issue management
  • identifying hazards and managing risks, including using aggregate information and work area data
  • incident response, investigation and reporting
  • legal responsibilities and duties of managers, supervisors, persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) and workers in relation to WHS risk management in the workplace
  • procedures for assessing implications of near misses in relation to incidents, injuries and illnesses in the work area
  • effective consultation mechanisms in managing health and safety risks in the workplace
  • features of effective workplace learning opportunities, including coaching and mentoring assistance that facilitates team and individual achievement of WHS training needs
  • key principles and components of the hierarchy of control measures
  • procedures for applying the hierarchy of control measures in own work area.
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BSBPMG430 - Undertake Project Work
$ 495.00Duration: 35 hours

Quick Overview

BSBPMG430 Undertake project work provides the foundation of work for many industries. What is surprising is that many industries who work with projects do not study project management. This includes architects and engineers. ACWE (RTO 40857) approach to our BSB40520 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management is a foundation subject for our qualification. 

The learning outcomes 

  • Establish project parameters
  • Develop project plan
  • Administer and monitor project
  • Finalise and review project

 

How you will benefit? You will develop the practical skills to:

  • Apply leadership theory to understand projects and project management
  • Identify and implement the phases of a project’s life cycle
  • Enhance your skills to 'pitch' your ideas and make presentations
  • Enhance your skills to manage competng priorities
  • Use different tools for planning and managing your projects
  • Complete a Project Charter, Statement of Work, and other project managing tools effectively 
  • Understand the importance of monitoring and recording 'lessons learned' for every project

You will develop the knowledge of:

  • project management tools
  • types of documents and other sources of information commonly used in defining the parameters of a project
  • mission, goals, objectives and operations of the organisation
  • relevant legislation and regulations, including work health and safety (WHS) requirements, for project planning
  • project management processes according to policies and procedures of the organisation and including:
  • lines of authority and approvals
  • quality assurance
  • human resources
  • budgets and finance
  • risk management
  • recordkeeping

 

What will be covered

  • Defining and scoping your project 
  • Understanding the distinction between routine work and project work and why this is important.
  • How projects can create business improvements
  • Project life cycle and phases and why they are important
  • Pitching your own project ideas to management
  • Essential Leadership skills for a project manager
  •    How to confirm the quality of project outcomes according to expectations of the organisation
  •    How to effectively onsult and communicate with relevant stakeholders to generate input and engagement   in planning, implementing and reviewing the project
  •   How to provide support to team members to encourage them to achieve deliverables and to effectively transition to BAU (Business as usual)
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BSBPEF502 - Develop and use emotional intelligence
$ 0.00Duration: 60 hours

Quick Overview

This unit covers the development and use of emotional intelligence to increase self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management in the context of the workplace.

It includes identifying the impact of own emotions on others in the workplace, recognising and appreciating the emotional strengths and weaknesses of others, promoting the development of emotional intelligence in others and utilising emotional intelligence to maximise team outcomes.

It applies to managers who are required to identify, analyse, synthesise and act on information from a range of sources and who deal with unpredictable problems as part of their job role. They use initiative and judgement to organise the work of self and others and plan, evaluate and co-ordinate the work of teams. 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the impact of own emotions on others in the workplace
  • Recognise and address the emotional strengths and weaknesses of others
  • Promote the development of emotional intelligence in others
  • Utilise emotional intelligence to maximise team outcomes

 

How will you benefit?

You will have the opportunity to develop practical leadership skills to:

  • conduct an analysis to identify own emotional strengths, weaknesses, stressors, emotional states and triggers, incorporating feedback from others
  • identify workplace situations and environments that may trigger an emotional response
  • model behaviours that demonstrate management of emotions
  • recognise the impact that cultural behaviours and beliefs may have on workplace interactions
  • recognise and respond to the emotional states of others
  • use emotional intelligence of self and others to enhance team performance
  • promote the development of emotional intelligence in others

 

You will have the opportunity to develop your leadership knowlegde to:

  • Demonstrate the following knowledge to effectively complete the tasks outlined in the elements and performance criteria of this unit, and to manage tasks and reasonably foreseeable contingencies in the context of the work role:
    • Key features of emotional intelligence principles and strategies
    • Key elements of the relationship between emotionally effective people and the attainment of business objectives
    • Key strategies for communicating with a diverse workforce which has varying cultural expressions of emotion
    • Key features of emotional intelligence in the context of building workplace relationships
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BSBXTW401 - Lead And Facilitate A Team
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

One of the challenges for any leader is leading and managing their team. A leaders is expected to be a Coach, educator, mentor, facilitator, leader and manager. Unless the leader has an understanding of the difference and which skill to use when they may not be as effective as they could be. This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to lead and facilitate your team effectively. 

It will ensure you:

  • indentify and understand your current influencing skills 
  • recognise how to effectively influence your team members
  • can effectively plan your team's outcomes
  • create the tasks to achieve the agreed goals
  • delegate effectively the tasks
  • coordinate the team to effectively deliver the tasks
  • develop the team's effective problem solving strategies 
  • indentify inefficiencies and work with the team to generate actions
  • measure the team's performance against the agreed work plans
  • develop the team's learning opportunities for their professional and personal development

 

 

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BSBLDR414 - Lead Team Effectiveness
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

This unit describes the skills, knowledge and outcomes required to lead the performance of a team and to develop team cohesion.

The unit applies team leaders, supervisors and new emerging managers who have an important leadership role in the development of efficient and effective work teams. Leaders at this level also provide leadership for the team and bridge the gap between the management of the organisation and the team members. As such they must ‘manage up’ as well as manage their team/s.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Plan team outcomes
  • Promote team cohesion
  • Supervise team performance
  • Liaise with management

 

How will you benefit?

You will have the oppotunity to develop your practical leadership skills to:

 

  • develop a team development plan, that addresses:
  • innovation and productivity measures
  • team cohesion
  • issues management and actions.
  • apply knowledge of organisational goals, objectives and plans to work tasks
  • communicate with team members and management to identify and establish team purpose, roles, responsibilities, goals plans and objectives and resolve problems
  • consult, encourage, support and provide feedback to team members
  • model team leadership behaviours and approaches.

 

You will have the opportunity to develop your leadership knowledge of:

  • work processes, including team purpose, roles, responsibilities, goals and plans
  • organisational escalation policies and procedures
  • behaviours which enhance organisational image for work team, clients and customers
  • processes for setting goals that contribute to team effectiveness
  • effects of individual behaviour on team effectiveness
  • innovation and productivity measures in work plans
  • key features of common leadership styles
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BSBLDR412 - Communicate Effectively As A Workplace Leader
$ 495.00Duration: 40 hours

Quick Overview

This course describes the skills and knowledge required for a leaders to effectively facilitate and apply communication strategies in the workplace within any industry.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Prepare for communication
  • Use communication strategies to provide work instruction 
  • Facilitate workplace communication
  • Monitor and support team communication

 

How will you benefit?

You will develop practical skills to:

  • Identify the communication requirements for a work activity and assign roles to others to fulfil those requirements
  • Select appropriate communication method for relevant audience and according to organisational requirements
  • Articulate to others their roles in fulfilling the communication requirements and negotiate roles in response to feedback
  • Present and convey information to others in a way that they can understand and demonstrate that the needs of all recipients, including those from diverse backgrounds have been considered
  • Demonstrate problem solving techniques to negotiate and resolve communication challenges
  • Evaluate the communication process and identify areas for improvement, reporting to relevant supervisors as required.

 

You will develop the knowledge of:

  • legislative requirements relevant to workplace communication
  • organisational requirements relevant to workplace communication (including digital form):
  • policies and protocols
  • codes of conduct
  • organisational reputation and culture
  • techniques to resolve communication challenges
  • methods and techniques to participate in workplace discussions, including active listening, questioning and providing feedback
  • key principles of cross-cultural communication and communication with individuals with special needs or disabilities
  • presentation methods to present and convey workplace information or instructions:
  • formal presentation using visual aids and prompts
  • informal team meeting or instructional briefing
  • written work instruction for a process or procedure
  • communication methods suited to audience and workplace requirement:
  • verbal means: telephones, mobiles, video conference
  • written means: emails, SMS, social media
  • communication challenges relevant to performance evidence:
  • conflicts with clients or team members
  • potential risks or safety hazards
  • unethical or inappropriate communication
  • use of visual prompts and presentations
  • communication that falls outside of workplace policy
  • key relevant features of:
  • different communication styles
  • different communication methods
  • cross cultural communication techniques.
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