Organise finances for a new micro business
Before investing heavily in a new business idea it’s wise to understand the financial resourcing required to establish and operate it over the longer term.
Freelance Business Growth Skill Set
If you work as a freelancer or consultant in any sector and need to grow your client base – this skill set is for you.
Basic Business Budgeting
Budgets are one of the most important financial statements for your business. Developing and maintaining a budget supports key decisions around the performance, growth and direction of your business. This course will provide you with the foundation knowledge needed to develop a basic understanding of budgets and the budgeting process.
BSB30315 Certificate III in Micro Business Operations
Are you thinking about starting your own small business? Do you have a great idea and need the know-how to take it from concept to reality? This nationally recognised qualification will develop the skills and knowlegdge you need to investigate, develop, plan for and launch your new small business.
Develop a Micro Business Proposal
This course will help you develop the skills and knowledge required to research the feasibility of a small business opportunity and produce a compelling proposal as a tool to attract support from different stakeholders.
Investigate micro business opportunities
This course is designed to help you explore alternative business ideas through research and analysing market opportunities. On completion of the course you'll have a clear picture of your business idea and the opportunities surrounding it.
Plan a home based business
Gain the confidence, skills and knowledge to become your own boss with the flexibility and work-life balance that running your own home based business can provide.
Promote Your Small Business
There’s no doubt that small business owners are pulled in different directions. Your focus might be split between keeping the books, getting back to customers and, if you’re a sole trader, actually carrying out the service yourself. When things get busy, it’s often marketing and promotions that tend drop in priority.