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CSV3112 Administration and Management in Community and Public Services
Credit Points: 15

This unit is designed to introduce students to administrative, management and self-management skills appropriate for those working in community-based and public service organisations. Students will gain an understanding of the development of policies and procedures, the preparation of reports and submissions, staff recruitment, deployment and management, industrial, legal and health and safety issues, funding mechanisms and financial management. The unit considers the principles of organisational change and change management with particular reference to the role of graduates as agents of change. This unit is linked with CBS2111 and CBS4111. Students who have completed CBS2111 or CBS4111 are not eligible to enrol in CSV3112.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
E94Bachelor of Arts (Psychology - Children and Family Studies)
G36Bachelor of Social Science
MACHNFChildren and Family Studies Major
SMHEHome Economics Major
MAHEHome Economics Major
R44Professional Certificate in Disability Studies
SMCCTYTen (10) Unit Supporting Major in Community Studies 10 Unit Supporting Major
MAWCWWelfare and Community Work Major
MAWOMNWomen's Studies Major
MAYOUYouth Work Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004