TAFE SWSi delivers the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice) and the Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice) in partnership with Charles Sturt University (CSU) through the Australian Graduate Management Consortium (AGMC). The AGMC is a unique joint initiative between Charles Sturt University and TAFE NSW, offering a dedicated pathway for TAFE graduates with supervisory / managerial experience and other professional attainments to undertake Masters level studies. Students are not required to have completed a bachelor degree as AGMC programs are designed to progressively help build strong foundational knowledge, operational skills and strategic capabilities in management.
AGMC programs are delivered face-to-face at Liverpool and Granville Colleges. Class times are tailored to suit busy professionals.
AGMC programs take an applied approach and students will be challenged to draw on their professional experiences and solve management problems within their own organisation.
TAFE SWSi can offer you smaller class sizes which provide the opportunity for greater interaction with your fellow students and lecturers. Access to workplace relevant and highly qualified lecturers, many of whom are still currently working in industry in senior roles. When studying in the first year TAFE SWSi offers you the choice of attending lectures at Granville or Liverpool Colleges, to assist you with better managing your work and study schedule.
“I did a Diploma in Management and a teacher encouraged me to look at the AGMC. I loved the program and found it very encouraging. It’s a place where you can build relationships and build a network that will support you throughout your study and perhaps through life.
The AGMC course has changed the way that I manage today. It takes the blinkers off and allows you to get lateral management skills. The organisation I work for has seen the benefits and they’ve rewarded me with quite substantial pay increases”.
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AGMC Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma programs are stand-alone postgraduate degrees that provide an articulated pathway (with guaranteed entry and credits) to Masters level studies at Charles Sturt University.
Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice)
The Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice) is designed to develop applied knowledge and skills in key areas of business management. The program comprises four subjects covering key organisational functions such as financial management, human resource management, marketing and organisational management, which can be studied in one year part-time. The program progressively builds academic capabilities and prepares you for more advanced postgraduate study.
Completion of the course provides entry as well as full credit into the AGMC Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice) and CSU’s Master of Management or Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Read the complete guide to the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice)
Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice)
The Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice) is workplace-focused and builds on skills developed in the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice) by providing advanced knowledge in key areas such as business ethics, leadership, operations management and project management. The four subjects can be completed in one year part-time.
Completion of this course gives you guaranteed entry with full credits into CSU's Master of Management or Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the opportunity to develop advanced strategic management knowledge and skills.
Read the complete guide to the Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice)
More information about CSU’s Master of Management
More information about CSU’s Master of Business Administration (MBA)
COST OF STUDY
Relevant fees for students commencing in 2018 are shown below. Fees are subject to change each year. In some instances a tax deduction may be claimed for education expenses. Please seek independent qualified taxation advice.
||Graduate Certificate / Diploma of Management (Professional Practice)
||Liverpool and Granville Colleges
||The 2018 course fee is $2950* per subject, which includes the required textbook.
Total course fees for the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice) = $11,800 (four subjects)
Total course fees for the Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice) = $11,800 (four subjects)
Fee-paying students pay a tuition fee for each subject undertaken. The Australian Government does not contribute towards your study costs.
1. Defer payment using a FEE-HELP
loan, which is repaid through the taxation system once the students income reaches a certain threshold
2. Pay tuition fees up-front each session.
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO THE COURSE
Applicants are required to have one of the following:
- An undergraduate degree for a recognised Australian institute or a qualification deemed to be equivalent, with at least two years relevant work experience; OR
- A Diploma or Advanced Diploma from TAFE or other recognised Registered Training Organisation, with at least five years relevant work experience in a supervisory / management capacity; OR
- More than five years’ experience in a senior supervisory / managerial position with significant responsibilities and good writing skills.
AGMC courses are only available to Australian residents or those holding permanent residency in Australia.
HOW TO APPLY
Please refer to the AGMC website
for details of how to apply for AGMC courses.
Please refer to the AGMC website
for details of any scholarships available.
2018 session dates are as follows:
Session 1: 26th February – 15th June 2018
Session 2: 09th July – 26th October 2018
The qualifications are delivered in the evenings starting at 6.15pm and concluding at 9.15pm. If you wish to complete your qualification in one year, classes are held two nights per week over two (2) ten (10) week cycles. Beginning session 1 in February and session 2 in July of each year.
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