This level is suitable for an experienced person who takes ownership of agreed team goals and works across teams and stakeholders to coordinate actions. Candidates will most likely have about five years of experience in a relevant professional role. You may already have a diploma or certificate. However, this credential level is available to candidates without formal qualifications.
This level is suitable for a senior professional who is confident in applying a broad range of knowledge, skills and expertise, and responsible for the performance of others and for attaining business outcomes. Candidates at this level will most likely have about seven years of experience in a relevant professional role, and possibly a bachelor’s degree. However, this credential level is available to candidates without formal qualifications.
This level is suitable for an advanced professional who leads the formation and implementation of strategy, contributes to original thinking and drives positive outcomes across an organisation. They typically have responsibility for work that spans internal and external stakeholders and teams across an organisation. Candidates at this level will most likely have about 10 years of experience in a relevant professional or leadership and they may have completed a bachelor’s degree or some postgraduate level short courses. However, this credential level is available to candidates without formal qualifications.
This guide is designed to give you a broad sense of which level might suit you at this time, depending on your current level of performance.
|Autonomy: level of independence and responsibility for goals, plans, decisions and outcomes||Takes responsibility within clearly defined parameters||Works independently within broad parameters||Highly autonomous and responsible for outcomes across a range of contexts|
|Influence: level of work with others, mobilises support for action, and impacts outcomes within a given context||Significant influencer of operational outcomes and improving standards within a defined context||Significant responsibility for outcomes and building standards across a range of contexts||Advances knowledge and contributes to significant strategic outcomes|
|Complexity: extent to which thinking and action are rules-based or guided by intuition and judgment||Completes routine activities in familiar and unfamiliar contexts; increasingly challenges rules to improve practices||Has internalised the rules required; may critically review and reframe the rules to improve thinking and practice||Leads formation of strategy and works across and beyond the organisation; uses experience to advance thinking and practice|
|Possible previous formal qualifications. These qualifications are not a prerequisite for credentials at any level||Diploma or certificate||Bachelor's degree or postgraduate-level short courses||Bachelor's degree or postgraduate-level short courses|