The PSP50416 Diploma of Government Investigations is designed to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge to coordinate and conduct investigations, with a focus on investigations in Federal, State and Local Government organisations. According to the Australian government Investigations Standards (AGIS) 2011 this qualification is the minimum level of training or qualification recommended for persons engaged in the coordination and supervision of Government investigations.
Successful completion of the Diploma of Government Investigations may lead to a range of career prospects including:
- Investigation Manager
- Investigation Team Leader
- Compliance Manager
- Fraud Prevention Supervisor
- Fraud Investigation Manager
There are no prerequisite units required for this qualification however candidates should possess previous supervisory experience or senior level employment in an investigative area of the public sector.
A total of 11 units are required to achieve the award of Diploma of Government Investigations, 5 of which are mandatory core units and 6 electives units.
|PSPETH003||Promote the values and ethos of public service|
|PSPLEG003||Promote compliance with legislation in the public sector|
|PSPINV002||Conduct an investigation|
|PSPREG021||Coordinate investigation processes|
|PSPREG026||Review and evaluate investigations|
|BSBWHS401||Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements|
|PSPGEN046||Undertake research and analysis|
|PSPGEN045||Coordinate resource allocation and usage|
|PSPGEN054||Use complex workplace communication strategies|
Other electives may be selected in accordance with the packaging rules of this qualification. For information with regards to the selection of different elective units, please contact your trainer or our office.
This nationally recognised qualification is available via face to face training courses or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Option 1 – Face to face training
Classroom courses are delivered in house at your workplace. Face to face courses are delivered over 5 days, with a further 12 months to complete the qualification. There are no due dates on assessments and no exams.
Option 2 – Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Participants with previous experience in the supervision, coordination and review of government investigations may apply for a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment. This alternate assessment method may reduce the amount of time required to complete this qualification and may reduce the cost. Refer to RPL for more information.
Suggested pathways for further study after completion of this qualification include:
- PSP60116 Advanced Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection/Investigations/Fraud Control)
Each qualification or training course offered by KPS has a specific maximum course fee that will be charged to the student. This fee is inclusive of all tuition and assessment, student support, electronic copies of reference materials and learner guides, and access to mandatory resources and equipment.
The total cost of this qualification is:
$2500 (face to face/blended)
All course fees must be paid prior to attendance at a face to face course. Fees are subject to change without notice.