This qualification provides a good stepping stone for going into work and/or becoming actively involved in the community. It also provides you with employability skills applicable to a range of industries and careers — perfect to launch your own leadership journey!
- Explore your own skills and how you fit into a team.
- Learn problem solving skills, and explore other leadership attributes.
- Recognise the various roles people can perform within the community, and learn how to build your networks and confidence.
A major component of this course is active participation in a team or community-based project, which builds your skills.
Choose a WA TAFE college that delivers this course
To find out more about doing this course at a WA TAFE college, select one of the TAFEs listed below to read their course descriptions. You'll also be able to see at which TAFE campus/es the course is delivered.
If you would like further information such as when the course is available and how to enrol, and details of course fees, or if you have questions about how the course is delivered, please follow the Find out more link to go to the TAFE's website where you will find full course details and contact information so that you can speak to the TAFE directly.
The Certificate I in Leadership is a pathway to the Certificate II in Leadership or other further study. This course is a bridging course for clients who need to develop the necessary employability skills which will support their transition to work, further education and community participation. It is a hands on course ensuring students are engaged in practical components.
The core units provide opportunities to learn confidence building strategies, problem solving, communication, team work, basic computer and technology skills. It is aimed at the development of personal, social and employability skills and life skills that are applicable across a wide range of industries and career groups.
This course is designed to assist learners who have been marganilised or disadvantaged in some way, to articulate into vocational pathways and to develop the skills and abilities to direct their own development.
Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.
The information presented on the course lists within this website is provided to the Department of Training and Workforce Development by the WA TAFE colleges and private training providers, and is offered as a guide only. It is updated regularly, however some changes to details may occur in between updates. You should always contact the TAFE or private training provider directly to confirm details and/or ask questions.