The Certificate in Cross Sector Partnering has been developed by CQUniversity and DIXON Partnering Solutions to demonstrate externally that the holder has achieved a certain level of knowledge and competency in cross sector partnering.
This certificate aims to deepen your understanding of how cross-sector partnering is becoming a vital tool for addressing complex issues locally, nationally and internationally.
The Certificate will consolidate and build on the Partnering Essentials™ 2-day partnering skills program (or equivalent) and extend your knowledge and understanding of how cross sector partnering can be used to develop innovative solutions to social, environmental and economic challenges.
The Certificate will cover four main areas:
• Reviewing and consolidating the Partnering Essentials™ program material
• Exploring the partnering landscape in more detail
• Analysing the key success factors for effective cross sector partnering in more depth, and
• Assessing how to overcome challenges in the partnering process.
The Certificate is undertaken on line through the CQUniversity Centre for Professional Development. A prerequisite for this Certificate is the successful completion of the DIXON Partnering Solutions 2 Day Partnering Essentials™ program (or equivalent).
The cost of this Certificate in Cross Sector Partnering is Aus$475 (including GST) and is equivalent to 20 CPD hours.
Our first reciepent of the Certificate in Cross Sector Partnering is Samantha Welke from Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet in Adelaide, shown here being presented with her Certificate by Ian Dixon.
Samantha’s comments after completing the Certificate were:
” The Certificate in Cross Sector Partnering provided me with insight into all key aspects of the partnering process. I am now conscious of the types of partnering relationships, how they evolve and how to develop and monitor those relationships for successful partnering. The Certificate also provided me with an awareness and comprehension of ‘blocks’ to partnering, and the important internal governance and administrative preparation required by organisations wanting to position themselves for entering into cross sector partnerships. Additionally, the assessments were highly relevant to the course content and a valuable use of my limited time. I am certainly keen to study further in this emerging field. “