This course reflects the role of people who use well developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of business and organisational contexts.The course is aimed at those who would like to become a team leader. You need to enjoy working through unpredictable problems, analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources as well as provide leadership and guidance to others.
Work experience in a business environment and an intermediate level of Microsoft Office skills are required for entry in this course or successful completion of Certificate III in Business or other relevant qualification. Other Entry Requirements Access to the internet and email, as well as access to a computer with Microsoft Office Applications 2007.
Certificate IV In Business
Key Study Areas
Examples of subjects are:
* Monitor a safe workplace
* Address customer needs
* Establish networks
* Show leadership in the workplace
* Promote team effectiveness
* Implement a workplace information system
* Implement an operational plan
* Coordinate business resources
* Administer projects
* Analyse and present research information
• Bendigo (City Campus)
• Castlemaine Campus
• Echuca Campus
• Kyneton Campus
• Flexible Delivery
• Workplace Based
Selection Process • Individual Interview
Duration Options The course is delivered in many different ways such as:
Classroom based during the day, full time: Planned for February to June 2009
Multi Mode, self paced learning with a classroom facilitator once a week: February to November 2009
Distance Learning, self paced study at home, with support via email and phone from a tutor: Staring at any time during the year
Traineeships : 18 months
The course is around 425 hours depending on the subject/units chosen.
Employment Opportunities Examples of employment options are:
Team leader or Unit leader
* Office Administrator
Further Study Options
Diploma of Management (BSB51107)
You will not be assessed as part of this course.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.