Public Sector Management Program
The Public Sector Management Program is a university-accredited Graduate Certificate Program administered by the Institute of Public Administration Australia, NSW Division, on behalf of the NSW Public Service Commission. The Program is a national joint venture across all jurisdictions offering mid-level public sector employees from Commonwealth, State/Territory and Local Governments the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge needed to move into more senior management roles withing the public sector.
The Program targets current managers and aspiring managers, and offers practical training, information sharing, networking, relevant curriculum and a supportive learning environment led by qualified facilitators. It equips middle managers to meet contemporary and future challenges.
The Program comprises four Units:
Unit 1: Managing Up
The Framework of Public Sector Management
Unit 2: Managing Up
The Public Sector in the Community
Unit 3: Managing In
Ethics and Career Management in the Public Sector
Unit 4: Managing Out
Operational Management in the Public Sector
Upon completion, students achieve a Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Management from Flinders University .
Public Sector Management Program Overview
Public Sector Management Program Information
Information for participants on choosing a sponsor
Information for sponsors
To enrol online, visit the PSM Program online application page.
There are approximately six new cohorts run annually. You will be contacted about the next available starting date when your application has been submitted.
Semester 1 cohorts commence between February and June.
Semester 2 cohorts commence between July and November.
Cohorts are filled on a first-come first-served basis and there are a limited number of places in each cohort.
For further information contact the PSM Program Coordinator on 02 9228 4026.