Thank you for your interest in applying for the Crisis Leadership Program. To complete your application, you will need to provide your personal details, answer some short questions, and provide your CV and a completed employer support letter.
1. Required documents
Understanding course and cost fees
Course fees and associated costs for the in-person intensive module are charged according to each participant’s employment (see Tier structure below). Course fees are subsidised for participants working with local organisations, with only some intensive module costs to be paid for.
- Participants working for local NGOs or other local organisations.
- Tier 1 participants are not charged course fees, but are required to pay for transport to the intensive module location, and for some meals.
- Participants working for international NGOs or the UN.
- Tier 2 applications are required to pay course fees and travel costs (including accommodation and meals).
- CLP Seed Tier 2 costs: USD $400
- CLP Grow Tier 2 costs: USD$550
Please note you will be required to provide:
Attach a copy of your current CV.
Provide written responses to the following statements:
- Why do you want to participate in the Crisis Leadership Program?
- Tell us about your leadership experience, either in your current job or a previous role. What would you describe as your key leadership strengths?
Employer support form
Have your Manager complete the Employee Course Support form.
2. Required documents
Please complete the following documents and have them ready to upload as part of your application:
3. Additional Tips
- Keep all attachments under 5MB in size.
- All uploaded documents must be supplied as PDF format.
- Try to avoid applying on a weak or unreliable internet connection.
- Make sure everything is filled out and uploaded correctly.
Step 1Personal information
Please list your primary email. We will use this email address for course communications.
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Please upload your CV in either Word document or PDF.
Step 2Course selection
Please choose your preferred course from the available dates.
CLP Seed is for those people with between 1-3 year's experience in the humanitarian and disaster response sectors.
Step 3Statistical information
List of languages, separated by a comma
Step 4Eligibility criteria
Please refer to the dates and locations listed above.
The employer support letter is available to download at the top of this application form. Please download the form, have it signed by your employer (e.g. your Line Manager/Supervisor) and upload it with your application.
Step 6Personal statement
Step 7Consent and agreement
Deakin University collects your personal information from you directly by way of this application form. Deakin University manages personal information it holds, including requests by individuals for access to their personal information, in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic) and the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic).You have a right to gain access to your personal information held by the University. Information about Deakin’s privacy practices is available at http://www.deakin.edu.au/footer/privacy .
You may obtain further information about privacy at Deakin by contacting the Privacy Officer at (03) 5227 8524 or at email@example.comDeakin University manages personal information under the authority of the Deakin University Act 2009 (Vic). It also has a legitimate interest in the processing of personal information to determine eligibility for admission into its courses and, when admitted, to manage an individual's relationship with the University.
The University’s Privacy Officer, Shirley Rooney, is the Data Protection Officer for the purposes of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) OJ L 119/1, 4.5.2016 (GDPR). The Data Protection Officer may be contracted at (03) 5227 8524 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a resident of the European Union you have rights under section 3 of the GDPR. You may exercise your rights as a data subject in the following manner:
Access: you may receive a copy of the personal information held by Deakin about you.
Correction: you may request correction of the personal information Deakin holds about you.
Objection to Processing: you may object to processing if you demonstrate that Deakin's processing of your personal information impacts on your fundamental rights and freedoms (as contemplated by the GDPR). Your objection to processing may be denied if Deakin is able to demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds to process personal information which override those rights and freedoms.
Suspension of Processing: you may request that Deakin suspend the processing of your personal information if: a) you want Deakin to establish the data's accuracy before processing it; b) Deakin's use of the data is unlawful but you do not want it erased from Deakin's records; c) you need Deakin to hold the data to enable you to establish, exercise or defend legal claims; or d) you have objected to Deakin's use of your data but Deakin is in the process of verifying if it has overriding legitimate grounds to use it.
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This information will primarily be used to assess your eligibility for admission into the CLP Seed course. If your application is successful, your information will be used to offer you a place on a course and to administer your acceptance or refusal of that place.
You should also expect Deakin to use your personal information to:
1. Provide you with additional information related to your application for admission (e.g. about fees, scholarships, course requirements)
2. give you information on additional opportunities for studying at Deakin
3. help Deakin with marketing and fundraising initiatives
4. Conduct planning and quality assessment activities
5. Invite you to participate in surveys or research.
As part of the selection process, Deakin will disclose your personal information to the extent necessary to verify your qualifications or experience.
On admission into the course, the personal information collected in the application process will form part of your student record and will be managed in accordance with Deakin's Information Privacy Statement for Students located at:
Please note that your academic results and performance will only be provided to you, and will not be disclosed to your employer, without your consent.
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