Graduate Certificate in Applied Leadership in Positive Education
Why study the Graduate Certificate in Applied Leadership in Positive Education at UNE?
This course is an Exit Award only for students who have completed EDPL401, EDPL402, MM405 and MM552 in the Master of Applied Leadership in Positive Education.
Managerial and leadership roles involved in education within organisations.
2017 STUDY OPTIONS
Not offered in 2017.
|Official Abbreviation||Graduate Certificate in Applied Leadership in Positive Education|
|Commencing||Not offered in 2017|
|Total Credit Points||24|
A candidate must have completed 24 credit points (including EDPL401, EDPL402, MM405 and MM552) from the Master of Applied Leadership in Positive Education.
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Admission to Candidature
A candidate must have completed 24 credit points (including EDPL401, EDPL402, EDPL500 and MM405) from the Master of Applied Leadership in Positive Education.
To qualify for the award a candidate must complete 24 credit points in the Master of Applied Leadership in Positive Education comprising EDPL401, EDPL402, MM405 and MM552.
Program of Study
Candidates shall complete an approved program of study as outlined in the Course Schedule comprising:
|Course Structure||Credit Points|
|Core Units||24 cps|
Award of Degree
Candidates who meet the course requirements will be awarded the Graduate Certificate of Applied Leadership in Positive Education.
Candidates are referred to the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct and Plagiarism Rule and the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct and Plagiarism Procedures.
The Graduate Certificate in Applied Leadership in Positive Education is designed for postgraduate students from within the broad education discipline seeking to develop their leadership capacity. It aims to provide graduates with knowledge of strengths-based approaches to leadership including positive psychology and the concept of a learning organisation, and the ability to apply this knowledge in their own organisational settings.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Knowledge of a Discipline
Two knowledge bases are explored within this program. First is the knowledge base of leadership within the educational context, be it early years, school, VET, HE, industry, professions, armed forces, etc. Second is the knowledge base underpinning the development and approach of positive education, drawing on positive psychology, positive organisation scholarship and strength based approaches to leadership and development. The base of literature, impact of our actions and contexts in which we operate, particularly within an active community of learners, are all situated within a global perspective and this view is embedded throughout the program.
Graduates will be able to communicate a model to build a positive culture within their specific context.
The nature of the negotiated assessment process ensures that participants are engaged in problem solving to meet their specific needs and the needs of their education context
Graduates will have engaged with social media and virtual platforms, and will be able to use these within everyday activities to sustain a virtual presence and influence.
Ethical Conduct and Social Responsibility
Graduates will focus on the promotion of sustainable solutions to educational problems and the promotion of wellbeing as a concept. They will understand and practise the highest standards of ethical behaviour associated with their profession, including an understanding of their ethical responsibilities towards colleagues.
The course develops an inquisitive and appreciative approach to lifelong learning as participants go in search of what works.
Independence and Collaboration
Graduates will have the ability to take responsibility for personal outputs as well as being able to work collaboratively within an active community of practice.
How to Apply
Applications for the Graduate Certificate in Applied Leadership in Positive Education are currently closed.