Women's Leadership Program

Multicultural SA is pleased to announce that it will once again be providing a Women's Leadership Course in 2016!

The Women's Leadership Course is an initiative of Multicultural SA in partnership with the South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission and TAFESA. It is funded by Multicultural SA and subsidised by the Department of State Development.

What is it?

The Women's Leadership Course is for women who are already in – or are well placed to be in – leadership or supervisory roles within their workplace or community organisation. Women applying for this course may aspire to join governance boards and committees, but require additional training with a management focus to do so. Participants graduate with a nationally-recognised qualification - a Certificate IV in Leadership and Management.

Who should apply?

Applicants:

  • must be in leadership roles at work or in their community, or aspire to move into leadership roles
  • must be employed either full or part time (to meet course requirements)
  • must be proficient in verbal and written English, and be bicultural or bilingual
  • are encouraged to have involvement with a community organisation or club.

When is it?

The course is delivered over a 10-month period, beginning late in February 2016. Participants must commit to attending weekly 4-hour classroom sessions on Friday mornings at the Adelaide City Campus of TAFE SA.

How much is it?

The course is free-of-charge for successful participants. The application process is competitive; twenty women will be selected to take part.

Applications for the 2016 Women's Leadership Course have now closed. For more information about future courses, contact Multicultural SA on (08) 8207 0751.