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Diploma of Management

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who are engaged to manage the work of others or to add value to or review management practices.
Their role may be in any industry or organisational setting. Typically people in these roles will have considerable experience in their respective industries or vocational areas and couple an informed perspective of the specific work requirements with their managerial approaches.
Careers may be as varied as:

  • co-ordinator
  • team leader
  • supervisor
  • foreperson
  • leading hand
  • project manager
  • office manager

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Victoria University Institute of Technology


Victoria University Institute of Technology (VUIT) delivers high quality, competitive Vocational Education and Training (VET) meeting the needs of industry, community and students. We offer a specialist suite of qualifications and services that are informed by high engagement with industry and their needs.

As a workforce development training and consultancy partner, our goal is to provide our industry clients with tailored solutions that improve the performance of their organisation. Our innovative programs, utilise blended modes of delivery and work integrated learning opportunities. With a focus on meeting current and future workforce needs, VUIT’s approach is client-focused and outcomes driven.

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Why Management training?

10 Reasons Why Companies Should Invest More In Management Training -

  • An employee’s relationship with his or her direct manager is the most important single factor in employee engagement.
  • Engaged employees are happier and more productive.  Disengaged employees are frustrated and more disruptive.
  • Because there’s no widely agreed-on skillset for management (good managers come in all shapes and sizes), there’s an assumption everyone knows how to do it.  This is akin to someone who’s never driven before being given keys to a car and told: “Drive.”
  • The basics of sound management – clear objective setting, structured performance evaluation systems, honest and open feedback and communication, etc. – aren’t rocket science.  In fact, they’re way easier than rocket science.  Which is why companies ought to get them right.
  • Your young managers of today will become your leaders of tomorrow.  (And if your company is just going out and hiring leaders instead of developing your own, you have to ask: Why?)
  • Many companies invest heavily in training at the top (leadership development, executive retreats, etc.) but less at the bottom or the middle, where it may well be more needed.
  • Management is often uneven throughout an organisation.  You have your outstanding ones, your okay ones, and your downright incompetent ones who can do a lot of damage. 
  • Respected well-trained managers boost morale, and improved morale boosts retention.   And as you of course know, it’s expensive to hire and fire.
  • Fair Work compliance.

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