CULTURAL & CREATIVE

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   Arts Administrator

Employees develop and lead work teams, conduct higher level internal and external communication, documentation and reporting, as well as observing safety requirements and use of office technology. They may work in a range of arts and cultural environments such as galleries, museums, film and television production companies.

Qualification Information

CORE UNITS (6 required)
  • Work in a culturally diverse environment
  • Implement workplace health, safety and security procedures
  • Lead work teams
  • Work within an arts organisation context
  • Work with arts professionals in an arts organisation
  • Develop and implement arts administration systems and procedures
ELECTIVE UNITS (13 required)
  • Establish business networks
  • Promote innovation and change
  • Manage effective workplace relationships
  • Develop innovative ideas at work
  • Manage a project
  • Provide leadership in the workplace
  • Manage operational plan
  • Manage quality customer service
  • Facilitate and capitalize on change and innovation
  • Develop a workplace learning environment
  • Address legal and administrative requirements
  • Plan and develop information management systems
  • Research and utilize revenue and funding opportunities

Course:  CUV40503 Certificate IV in Arts Administration

Training Package:  CUV03 Visual Arts, Craft & Design Training Package

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