Community and leadership

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Angus and Robertson , Sydney, London
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StatementGaynor Cohen & Bernard Brett.
SeriesSocial science curriculum materials
ContributionsBrett, Bernard.
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LC ClassificationsHM51
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Open LibraryOL14964640M
ISBN 100207955972
OCLC/WorldCa3359447

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An academic qualification in community leadership provides an excellent and recognised foundation for a career in the field. The course is designed to prepare the student for senior positions of community leadership within the third sector, the public sector, governance and politics, and also to play a leading role on the international stage.

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