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BSBSS00046 Managing Innovation Skill Set

Course Overview 

This skill set is for individuals whose role includes fostering innovation at all levels of the workforce. It provides individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to design and develop systems that build an innovative workforce and assist with the growth and development of your team and organisation in the promotion of innovative practice.

Relevant Job Roles 

Managers and leaders

Entry Requirements 

To be eligible for a funded place on this short course you must:

  • Be a resident in the Northern Territory, and
  • Be at least 18 years of age, and
  • Apply by 30 May 2020

You will also need a Unique Student Identifier (USI) – apply now if you don’t have one yet.

Course places are limited so please contact us now at training@alanakaye.edu.au to receive the enrolment forms. Your place on the course is only secured once all enrolment documentation has been received by Alana Kaye College. Only one funded short course is available per person. Standard tuition fees will apply once all funded places have been filled.

Units of Study 
  • BSBINN501 Establish systems that support innovation
  • BSBINN502 Build and sustain an innovative work environment
  • BSBIPR402 Protect and use new inventions and innovations
Face-to-Face Schedule 

The enterprise trainer skill set is delivered over four days.

Next course: 17 June, 1 July, 15 July & 29 July 2020

Investment 

The Northern Territory Government is funding this short course in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) to provide people with practical skills for work.

RRP $1,100pp

Government Funding 

There is funding available for this course in the Northern Territory.

Course Summary 

This skill set is for individuals whose role includes fostering innovation at all levels of the workforce.

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