Accredited training

Creating Links’ nationally accredited training helps you to develop a body of knowledge and learn new skills about working respectfully and inclusively with others using cultural tools to engage participants and work in and with community groups. Our training is tailored for each community we work with allowing participants to practically apply their skills and knowledge.

As part of our compliance as a registered training provider, we are required to publish a summary of our most current audit report, see A Summary of Creating Links 2009 AQTF Audit Report


LGA40104 Certificate IV in Local Government

The Certificate IV in Local Government has been developed to enable community/local government staff, and arts and cultural workers, to work effectively and respectfully across communities within a cultural and community development (ccd) framework. The training program is delivered flexibly with online webinars supported by comprehensive course work books. Whenever possible, intensive face to face training is also delivered in specific locations. The training is split into three clusters with each cluster focusing on local government activities.

Cluster 1: (Foundation cluster) Work effectively with peers and community
LGACORE104B Work effectively in local government
BSBDIV501 Manage diversity in the workplace
LGACOMP008A Apply conflict resolution strategies
AHCCCF406 Facilitate ongoing group development
LGACOMP024A Develop community relations
Cluster 2: Plan and promote community engagement activities
LGADMIN425A Develop a communication plan
LGADMIN419A Implement and facilitate community development strategies and programs
LGACOMP025A Manage a local government project
 LGACOM407B Manage finances within a budget
Cluster 3: Conduct consultations for policy development
LGACOM502B Devise and conduct community consultations
BSBRES401 Analyse and present research information
LGACOMP007A Participate in policy development

Find out about the next training delivery or contact us.


Short accredited courses

Short courses comprising units from the Certificates in Community Culture and Local Government are also available. Contact us for more information.


The following courses are delivered through the Brisbane Academy of Musical Theatre (BAMT):

CUA40513 Certificate IV in Musical Theatre

This Certificate course is delivered over a year and provides the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills for specialized and/or entry level skilled work in musical productions. It reflects the role of individuals working in a wide variety of performance contexts that require a combination of singing, dancing and acting skills.

The Academy also provides opportunities throughout the year for Agents to view the students perform at special showcase performances, to assist students with gaining entry into the business and kick starting their career.

Students also have the opportunity to audition for productions produced by Harvest Rain.

Acting
CUAACT402 Develop acting techniques for musical theatre
CUAACT401 Use a range of acting techniques in performance
Voice
CUAVOS401 Develop singing techniques for musical theatre
CUAVOS402 Develop specialist singing techniques for musical theatre repertoire
CUAVOS403 Develop vocal techniques for musical theatre
CUAMLT301 Develop and apply aural perception skills
Dance
CUADAN412 Develop dance techniques for musical theatre
CUADAN407 Develop expertise in dance performance technique
CUADAN408 Develop expertise in ballet technique
Develop self and performance techniques
CUAPPR404 Develop self as artist
CUAPRF304 Develop audition techniques
CUAPRF402 Develop conceptual and expressive skills as a performer
CUAPRF407 Develop expertise in musical theatre techniques
CUAPRF408 Perform solo in a musical theatre context
CUAPRF409 Perform in a musical theatre ensemble

For more information BAMT Course Information
To submit an application go to: BAMT Application Form


CUA50213 Diploma in Musical Theatre

This diploma is delivered over a year, and reflects the role of performers working or aspiring to work in musical theatre and cabaret productions. At this level the students are expected to apply a range of theoretical and creative skills to a range of situations, and to display initiative and judgment in planning activities. They have autonomy in performing complex technical operations and can be responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the work of others within broad but generally well-defined parameters.

With the skills acquired from this course graduates can also work in concurrent industries, such as: cabaret/venue performance; variety performance; street theatre; promotional photographic work; straight theatre; commercial film work, and children’s entertainment.

The Academy also provides opportunities throughout the year for Agents to view the students perform at special showcase performances, to assist students with gaining entry into the business and kick starting their career.

Students also have the opportunity to audition for productions produced by Harvest Rain.

Acting
CUAACT404 Develop specialist acting techniques for musical theatre repertoire
CUAIND401 Extend expertise in specialist creative fields
Voice
CUAMPF407 Develop vocal techniques
CUAMLT501 Refine aural perception skills
CUAMPF605 Develop advanced vocal techniques
Dance & fitness
 
CUADAN403 Develop expertise in jazz dance technique
CUAWHS501 Maintain a high level of fitness for performance
Music theatre industry
CUAMPF402 Develop and maintain stagecraft skills
BSBCRT501 Originate and develop concepts
CUAPRF504 Refine musical theatre techniques
CUAPRF501 Refine performance techniques
CUAPRF601 Extend musical theatre performance techniques to a professional level
CUAIND402 Provide freelance services
CUAPRF503 Prepare for performances in a competitive environment
CUAPPR502 Develop own sustainable professional practice
CUAMPF505 Develop technical skills and expand repertoire

For more information BAMT Course Information
To submit an application go to: BAMT Application Form