Student Stories: Frank (Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management)

0 MIN READ / March 20, 2023

Our Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management gives graduates the management skills and knowledge necessary to take the next step in their career in the community sector. 

We interviewed Frank Magambo to discuss his time in the Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management. 

Tell us how you came to New Futures Training. 

I came when I was doing my Certificate IV in Disability. This was after being recommended to do it by some people in our community. 

Why are you studying the Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management? 

To improve or upgrade my earlier qualification which is a way to increase my opportunities in the job market and promotion of work. Working in the Community Sector, I think, doing an Advanced Diploma would place me at an advantage of understanding the industry better. 

What do you think about the course? 

The content of the course is applicable in real life. It is also directly in line with my duty of care, bringing in a broader perspective and knowledge of how I should do things.  

What do you think about your trainers? 

They are very good, well versed in their fields, making them fantastic trainers. Their approach and willingness to offer help to students, and their methods of teaching are good. It is an enjoyable class environment with students eager to learn. Varied learning methods encourage all students to learn and participate.  

What do you think about New Futures Training? 

Affordable education helps you achieve your qualification. Accountability and support around homework such as sending reminder emails and SMS messages for deadlines are good. The student support team are very helpful both on the phone and in person. They also have a great variety of courses on offer. 

Find out more about gaining an Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management here or contact us now to enrol. 

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