Certificate IV in Leadership and Mentoring The 52880WA Certificate IV in Leadership and Mentoring is designed to develop the leadership and mentoring skills of people who work with and/or support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This course is designed for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who are in a position to provide mentoring to an Indigenous colleague, a team of Indigenous employees, up-and-coming managers or supervisors, and community members. The course explores different types of mentoring styles, effective communication as a leader, and how mentoring will help develop your own, and in turn others', knowledge and skills. We also will look at the influence of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander history and its influence on the workplace environment. Students will consider cultural sensitivities, cultural values and protocols as well as communication methods, roles and responsibilities, building relationships, planning and goal setting. This accredited course assists students to improve their confidence and take on a range of leadership and mentoring opportunities in a culturally appropriate and safe learning environment. Course Delivery Structure 12 months maximum duration 8 Units 132 hours of face to face training (this may be via video conferencing in compliance with COVID-19 safety requirements) 185 hours or self-paced learning Blended delivery model, small group activities One on one weekly session with Program Leader Units of Competency LWADEV402 Mange own professional development LWAMEN402 Analyse mentoring principles LWAMEO402 Mentor others LWAWOR402 Evaluate workplace ethics BSBLDR412 Communicate effectively as a workplace leader Electives RIILAT401E Provide leadership in the supervision of Indigenous employees BSBATSIC412 Maintain & protect cultural values in the organisation FWPCOT5208 Build and maintain community relationships BSBTWK401 Build and maintain business relationships BSBPEF401 Manage personal health and wellbeing VU22113 Investigate the influence of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander History Students who have completed the 10786NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership will be eligible for credit transfers of 3 corresponding competencies. Standard training day schedule Session 1 - 9am -10:30am 90 mins Break - 10:30am - 10:45am 15 mins Session 2 - 10:45am - 12:15pm 90 mins Break - 12:15am - 1:15pm 60 mins Session 3 - 1:15pm - 2:45pm 90 mins Break - 2:45pm -3pm 15 mins Session 4 - 3:pm - 4:30pm 90 mins How do I apply? To apply for one of the AILC’s courses you will need to fill out an Enquiry Form.Please note: This does not give you an automatic position in to the course.If you have been found successful you will receive another link to your Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment. The LLN assessment is required so that the AILC can provide you with the appropriate assistance throughout the course. Course Accreditation Students who successfully complete this course and are deemed competent in all the required units will received a Nationally Recognised qualification.