PUA80119
Graduate Diploma of Crisis Leadership

This qualification is for those with extensive leadership experience in disaster and emergency response and dealing with crises.

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CLET offers the PUA80119 Graduate Diploma of Crisis Leadership for emergency response personnel who have extensive experience in leading crisis situations. Usually experienced personnel will include high level management within a range of emergency services organisations, public and private, and will have had the opportunity to lead command and control and recovery of communities impacted by at least level 3 incidents.

This qualification will support relevant personnel to effectively demonstrate their skills and knowledge in crisis leadership and be able to transition to a range of civilian positions that support emergency response and resilience organisations.

Contact CLET today for a free RPL assessment to see if you are eligible for this dynamic qualification.

Australian Qualifications Framework
Australian Qualifications Framework
Graduate Diploma of Crisis Leadership
Course Code: PUA80119
Application Completion Time: 28 days
Delivery Mode: RPL ONLY
Awards for RPL:
Graduate Diploma or
Statement of Attainment
GAP Training: No
Units Recognised: 9
Nationally Recognised Training:
Payment Plans: Yes
RPL Review and assessment can take a minimum of 28 days to complete
Core Units

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to evaluate societal threats, surprise and uncertainty based on research, intelligence gathering, policy guidelines and planning outcomes. It applies to roles with responsibility for risk mitigation, crisis preparedness, crisis response and recovery functions for communities and/or organisations.

A crisis includes varying events of significant disruption that can have broad effects on relationships among community and/or organisation members. It is characterised by high levels of adversity, ambiguity, uncertainty, opportunity and change. Leaders in a crisis need to independently make sense of uncertain situations, creatively seek solutions and apply judgment and decision making in highly pressurised environments.

Emergency services leaders work in highly autonomous roles, within collegiate environments, that require the ability to exercise and display initiative and to design, plan, conduct and report research activities. Emergency service leadership roles are complex requiring the individual to make ethical decisions in variable, evolving and dynamic circumstances.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to unit at the time of publication.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to lead and manage programs that build resilience so that communities and organisations are better placed to manage adversity or disruptive events. It applies to roles in the public, private and non-government sectors involved in any aspect of building community or organisational resilience.

A crisis includes varying events of significant disruption having broad effects on relationships among the community and/or organisation members. It is characterised by high levels of adversity, ambiguity, uncertainty, opportunity and change. Leaders in a crisis need to independently and collaboratively make sense of uncertain situations, creatively seek solutions and apply judgment and decision making in highly pressurised environments.

Emergency service leaders typically work autonomously, within collegiate environments, that require the ability to build and develop relationships and partnerships with a broad range of formal and informal groups. Emergency service leadership roles are complex requiring the individual to make ethical decisions in variable, evolving and dynamic circumstances.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to the unit at the time of publication.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to create leadership value through the legitimate use of authority, operational accountability and capability, decision making and actions in a time of crisis. It applies to roles with responsibility for risk mitigation, crisis preparedness, crisis response and recovery functions for communities and/or organisations.

A crisis includes varying events of significant disruption having broad effects on relationships among community and/or organisation members. It is characterised by high levels of adversity, ambiguity, uncertainty, opportunity and change. Leaders in a crisis need to independently and collaboratively make sense of uncertain situations, creatively seek solutions and apply judgment and decision making in highly pressurised environments.

Emergency service leaders typically work autonomously, within collegiate environments, that require the ability to develop and build on relationships and/or partnerships for mandated action within informal and formal groups. Emergency service leadership roles are complex requiring the individual to make ethical decisions in variable, evolving and dynamic circumstances.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to lead sophisticated responses in a crisis. It applies to government and non-government roles with assigned accountability or responsibility for mitigation, preparedness and response and recovery functions for communities and/or organisations.

A crisis includes varying events of significant disruption having broad effects on relationships among communities and/or organisations. It is characterised by high levels of ambiguity, uncertainty, opportunity and change. Leaders in a crisis need to independently make sense of uncertain situations, creatively seek solutions and apply judgment and decision making in highly pressurised environments.

Emergency service leaders typically work autonomously, within collegiate environments, that require the ability to build and develop relationships and partnerships with a broad range of formal and informal groups. Emergency service leadership roles are complex requiring the individual to make ethical decisions in variable, evolving and dynamic circumstances.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to the unit at the time of publication.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to build resilience so that communities and organisations are better placed to manage threats and opportunities in a crisis. It applies to government and non-government roles with assigned accountability or responsibility for mitigation, preparedness and response and recovery functions of communities and/or organisations.

A crisis includes varying events of significant disruption having a broad effect on relationships among communities and/or organisations. It is characterised by high levels of adverse ambiguity, uncertainty, opportunity and change. Leaders in a crisis need to independently make sense of uncertain situations, creatively seek solutions and apply judgment and decision making in highly pressurised environments.

Emergency service leaders typically work autonomously, within collegiate environments, that require the ability to build and develop relationships and partnerships for mandated action within a broad range of informal and formal groups. Emergency service leadership roles are complex requiring the individual to make ethical decisions in variable, evolving and dynamic circumstances.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to unit at the time of publication.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to lead and work with others in complex and uncertain circumstances, where threats and surprise can induce stress and anxiety in team members. It applies to roles with responsibility for risk mitigation, crisis preparedness, crisis response and recovery functions for communities and/or organisations.

A crisis includes varying events of significant disruption having broad effects on relationships among community and/or organisation members. It is characterised by high levels of adversity, ambiguity, uncertainty, opportunity and change. Leaders in a crisis need to independently make sense of uncertain situations, creatively seek solutions and apply judgment and decision making in highly pressurised environments.

Emergency services leaders work autonomously, within collegiate environments, that require the ability to build and develop relationships and partnerships for mandated action within a broad range of informal and formal groups. Emergency service leadership roles are complex requiring the individual to make ethical decisions in variable, evolving and dynamic circumstances.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perform in a leadership role during phases of a crisis. It applies to roles assigned with accountability and/or responsibility for crisis mitigation, preparedness and response and recovery within communities and/or organisations.

A crisis is defined as an event of significant disruption having a broad effect on relationships among communities and/or organisations. It is characterised by high levels of adversity, ambiguity, uncertainty, opportunity and change. Leaders in the preparation, mitigation and recovery phases of crises have key roles in influencing and supporting stakeholders and communities. They need to independently make sense of uncertain situations, creatively seek solutions and apply judgment and decision making in highly pressurised environments.

Emergency service leaders typically work autonomously within collegiate environments that require the ability to build and develop relationships and partnerships with a broad range of formal and informal groups. Emergency service leadership roles are complex requiring the individual to make ethical decisions in variable, evolving and dynamic circumstances.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to the unit at the time of publication.



Possible Electives

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to generate, lead and sustain innovative organisational thinking and practice.

It applies to individuals who initiate and lead innovation in any industry or community context. Each organisation’s thinking and practice will be different depending on its core business, purpose, size, complexity and broader operating context.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to establish collaborative partnerships and relationships with business and industry stakeholders.

This unit covers communicating to influence others, cultivating new and existing partnerships, establishing positive collaborative relationships, leading the establishment of a partnership program and establishing reporting mechanisms.

It applies to people who use cognitive and creative skills to review, critically analyse, consolidate and synthesise knowledge, in order to generate ideas and provide solutions to complex problems. They use communication skills to demonstrate their understanding of theoretical concepts and to transfer knowledge and ideas to others.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

Work or promotion outcomes for this qualification include:

  • IMT command
  • Station officers
  • Resilience officers
  • EM Leaders

RPL FEES - $3250 (Full RPL Fee)

Initial RPL Review: NO FEE (Free of charge) - This is conducted when RPL Application and evidence received.

PROCEED TO AWARD: $3250 - This fee is only due after initial review is completed, candidate then requests a full RPL assessment is conducted and decides to proceed to be awarded with the qualification. If candidate does not proceed to award, no fee is payable.

STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT - FEE adjusted accordingly. This occurs when initial review is conducted, candidate then requests a full RPL assessment and is awarded PARTIAL RPL for selected units.

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