New CSU courses tailored to community needs
AFTER extensive consultation with regional communities, Charles Sturt University (CSU) has launched two new courses designed to promote resilience and develop community leaders. Last week, CSU held a series of launches across the state, including in Dubbo, to introduce business and community leaders to the newly-developed programs which will commence in 2020 – a Graduate Certificate in Case Management and Coordinated Care; and a Graduate Certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience. Representatives from regional industries and sectors gathered at Quality Inn Dubbo to hear from CSU academic and administrative staff about the innovative and flexible approach to course development.
Associate Professor Jenny Kent from CSU gives an overview of CSU’S new Graduate Certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience
James Cleaver (DPI Rural Resilience Program) with Caron Chester from NSW Farmers