BSB30220 Certificate III in Entrepreneurship and New Business
Are you employed full time but 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 teach you how to investigate and assess small business opportunities to get you started towards realising your dream.
You’ll develop the knowledge to create proposals, arrange finances and develop a digital action plan. Through the course you’ll also build “real world” skills to establish business networks, and apply critical thinking skills to common challenges in establishing a viable business. The qualification is designed for both those looking to launch a small business venture, and new small business owners who want to develop their skills for growth.
|Subject Name||Unit Code||Unit Name||Core/Elective||Duration|
|Part One||Part One||BSBESB301||Investigate business opportunities||Core||8 weeks|
|Part One||BSBESB302||Develop and present business proposals||Core|
|Part Two||Part Two||BSBESB303||Organise finances for new business ventures||Core||8 weeks|
|Part Two||BSBESB305||Address compliance requirements for new business ventures||Core|
|Part Three||Part Three||BSBESB304||Determine resource requirements for new business ventures||Elective||8 weeks|
|Part Three||BSBOPS304||Deliver and monitor a service to customers||Elective|
|Part Four||Part Four||SIRXCEG003||Build customer relationships and loyalty||Elective||8 weeks|
|Part Four||BSBMKG442||Conduct e-marketing communications||Elective|
|Part Five||Part Five||BSBTEC405||Review and maintain organisation's digital presence||Elective||8 weeks|
|Part Five||BSBTWK401||Build and maintain business relationships||Elective|
Monday 5 Jul 2021
Monday 2 Aug 2021
Monday 6 Sep 2021
This course includes 10 units of competency (4 core and 6 elective) and is delivered over five teaching periods of eight weeks in duration. Students enrolled in the qualification will undertake two units of competency at a time over eight weeks.
There’s a maximum of up to 12 months allowed to complete all units and assessments in the qualification.
The total time it takes to complete the course usually depends on your previous experience, how much time you have available between work commitments, and the pace you prefer to study at.
There are no formal educational entry requirements for this course. To support you to successfully complete the qualification you must meet the following entry requirements:
- Aged 18 at the time of enrolment, or turning 18 within 6 months of commencing the course. Applicants under the age of 18 must have their enrolment paper work witnessed by a parent or guardian.
- Entry into this course is dependent on successful completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment.
- All of our courses are delivered in English, if English is your second language you may need to provide results of an English language test that you have recently undertaken. We require proof of your English language capabilities to ensure that you can understand the course content and assessment requirements.
- Minimum computer literacy standards as well as unrestricted access to the internet. You must have knowledge of and access to Office 365 as well as the ability to record video assessments.
- Eligibility to provide a Unique Student Identifier (USI) at enrolment. Creating or looking up your USI is a simple process that can be done online at https://www.usi.gov.au/.
View the Student Handbook for more information.
Undertaking this qualification will require you to complete a range of assessments to assess your competency against the performance criteria. Assessments have been designed with a focus on workplace outputs.
A variety of assessment methods are used:
1. Assessing theoretical and applied knowledge
2. Assessing the application of skills through projects, scenarios and demonstrations
3. Gathering evidence that shows your ability to perform key tasks
Each assessment method provides a different type of evidence. Taken together, the complete assessment provides a holistic view of your ability to perform competently and confidently to the level set down in the Competency Standards. To be issued with a qualification testamur students must be deemed competent in each unit of competency and meet all requirements of the course.
MiTraining offers several interest free payment plan options including your choice of a deposit amount, then fortnightly or weekly instalments to pay the remaining course fees over the duration of your studies. Deposit amounts start from just $100. To view all payment plan options click Apply Now.
Single Units of Study
You can study individual units from this qualification for personal or professional development without having to apply for a full qualification enrolment. We call this 'single-unit study'.
If you successfully complete a unit and the assessment, you may be eligible for credit if you decide to apply for enrolment in a qualification in the future.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment pathway that enables you to demonstrate competence from prior experience and learning. RPL applications require a portfolio of evidence which will be assessed, together with a competency conversation or skills test/check. For more information view the RPL Policy or download the RPL Application Form on the Policies and Procedures page.
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