Take the front seat and gain control of your career by completing the BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration!
Working in business administration can be a rewarding profession. There is such an array of roles in the field you will find that there are endless directions to be taken in this career.
This qualification will teach you how to:
- Organise your work priorities,
- Efficiently deliver a service to customers
- Handle complaints and
- Work with diverse environments.
Production of office documentation is a substantial part of the business administration course and is a talent that is required to be successful in today’s market. You will also develop outstanding keyboard speed and accuracy, which are requirements for key administration job roles today.
You will learn how to:
- Manage and organise work priorities
- Improve your keyboard speed and accuracy
- Contribute effectively to the health and safety of others
- Manage customer expectations
- Design and produce some different types of documents relevant to the workplace
Administration careers and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:
- Administration Officer
- Personal Assistant
- Reception and Front Desk
Once you have started in an administrative role, your career opportunities will become endless. You may even choose to pursue a specific profession such as a medical or legal reception.
Investment & Payment Options
How do I Enrol?
Subject list for BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration Course
There are 13 units of competency in this qualification.
|UNIT OF COMPETENCY
|Organise personal work priorities and development
|Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy
|Contribute to health and safety of self and others
|Work effectively with diversity
|Deliver and monitor a service to customers
|Process customer complaints
|Write simple documents
|Design and produce text documents
|Design and produce business documents
|Produce desktop published documents
|Create electronic presentations
As you progress through the units, there will be opportunities for you to test your learning by completing some general questions and activities, such as Multiple Choice and Short Answer Questions, Projects, Case Studies, Practical Tasks and Observations. At the end of each unit, you will be formally assessed by your Assessor.
All written and recorded evidence requirements are to be uploaded to the Australis College online portal. This evidence will form part of your competency assessment. As such, online study is a key element of the Australis training methodology, therefore you will need to have regular access to both a computer and the Internet whilst at the same time have a sound level of experience using computers and computer applications including the Internet.
Where this provides you challenges please discuss this with your course consultant.