Ms Sandra Lunardi
5 day Residential Program
AFAC, Manager, Learning and Development Australian Institute of Police Management
Tel: 61-3 9419 2388 Former School of Artillery
Fax: 61-3 9419 2389 North Head Scenic Drive, Manly, NSW
Ms Sally Fairbrother
AIPM Faculty Administration Manager
Program 1: 15 - 19 April 2009
Tel: 61-2 9934 4846
Nominations Close: 6 March 2009
Fax: 61-2 9934 4827
Program 2: 29 April - 3 May 2009
Nominations Close: 20 March 2009
Program Overview Program Sponsors The Australian Institute of Program Strengths
The Volunteer Leaders Program is a 5 day intensive program Australian paint manufacturer Dulux and hardware retailer
Police Management Internationally recognised provider
held at the Australian Institute of Police Management (AIPM), Bunnings Warehouse have combined to raise funds and provide The Australian Institute of Police Management contributes to
Manly, NSW. The program, developed by the Australasian Fire support for fire services throughout Australasia. Dulux and the development of Australasian policing, emergency service
and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC), aims to Bunnings sponsored the Australasian Fire and Emergency organisations and other public safety agencies through the Sharing of knowledge and experiences
develop the leadership potential within the volunteer services Service Authorities Council (AFAC) Volunteer Leaders Program provision of applied programs in strategic management and Building relationships
so that leaders and oganisations are better prepared for future and the Developing Future Leaders. Both programs have proven leadership development. The success of these programs has
Speakers who are leaders in their fields
challenges and changes. to be an outstanding success and are now run annually at the earned the AIPM international recognition as a provider of
Manly (Sydney) campus of the Australian Institute of Police quality customised programs.
This program is designed for current and emerging leaders of
Management (AIPM). Selection Criteria
Volunteer Emergency Services and Associations and focuses Being an industry based learning institution, admission to
on developing leadership capabilities, extending industry Dulux and Bunnings have committed to supporting the AIPM programs is dependent on selection of a candidate by 1. Nominees must have been identified by their
knowledge and forming strategic alliances. This is achieved Volunteer Leaders Program in recognition of the importance of the student’s home agency – nominations from individuals organisations as having the capacity to individually
through: emergency service volunteers and the vital contributions they are not accepted. This ensures all participants have the co- benefit from the program and to transfer their
make to the ongoing safety and wellbeing of our community. requisite industry experience and confirms organisational learning to the workplace.
Examining Leadership issues
Exploring Corporate governance roles and endorsement that students of AIPM programs are considered to 2. Nominees should have demonstrated the capacity
The sponsorship covers program costs of successful nominees
responsbilities be outstanding representatives of the organisation and have the to act effectively as a representative for their
including tuition, course materials, meals and accommodation
Recognising Different leadership styles and ability to apply their learning in their own environment. organisation.
at AIPM, Manly. Agencies are required to cover travel costs for
their participants. 3. Nominees should have demonstrated commitment to
Strengthening Personal effectiveness and
Key Dates the broader community and beyond their workplace
Achieving Work/life balance role.
Arrive Wednesday 15 April 2009
09.00am – 11.00am
Organising and financing travel arrangements and any
Depart Sunday 19 April 2000
applicable living allowances for the duration of the
Nominations close Supporting the professional development of the
Friday 6 March 2009 participants by ensuring that they experience
minimum disruption during the residential.
Program Design 5.00pm
Making nomination decisions with due consideration
for equity and diversity issues.
Arrive Wednesday 29 April 2009
09.00am – 11.00am
Depart Sunday 3 May 2009
Friday 20 March 2009
Please ensure all completed nomination forms for your agency
are forwarded by the appropriate training coordinator to AFAC
listed in priority order by the closing date.
AFAC will advise nominees and agency contact personnel the
outcome of the selection process for both programs via email.