Program Snapshot For Certificate in Business
23 weeks, learners will be expected to commit at least 20 contact hours per week to learn, practice and demonstrate the skills taught.
All international students must meet the following minimum requirements for admission.
Academic: Australian Year 11 or equivalency
English Language: IELTS 5.5 or equivalency
Tuition Fee: $AU 5,500
Application Fee: $AU 250
Other related fees please see International Student Fees
The Certificate IV in Business is designed to develop skills in business management. Learners will study units related to improving their customer’s experience, developing business networks, promoting products and services, project management and refining presentation skills
Diploma of Business
Potential Career Pathway
- Accounts Clerk
- Customer Service Advisor
- E-business Practitioner
- Legal Receptionist
- Medical Receptionist
- Office Administration Assistant
- Student Services Officer
- Word Processing Operator.
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building & Construction (Building) requires completion of 16 units of
BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
BSBRES401 – Analyse and present research information
BSBWRT401 – Write complex documents
BSBCMM401 – Make a presentation
BSBADM405 – Organise meetings
BSBLED401 – Develop teams and individuals
BSBCUS402 – Address customer needs
BSBSMB404 – Undertake small business planning
BSBCUS403 – Implement customer service standards
BSBMKG413 – Promote products and services
This program is intended for experienced tradespeople who are serious about investing in themselves to develop career path opportunities for the future. It requires commitment to attend training and to complete assignments within specified deadlines. Learners will be expected to make this commitment before being enrolled in the program, and deviation from it during the course may result in them being withdrawn.
Assessment Methods: Theory & knowledge assessments, case studies, practical exercises, project work, workplace observations, workplace supervisors’ reports etc.
Resources Provided: Learning resources will be provided including; training manuals, powerpoint presentations, You-tube clips, webinars etc.
Induction: Trainees will be introduced to the course, delivery and assessment methods, and expectations and rights of trainees prior to course commencement during orientation week.
All trainees are expected to comply with worksite WHS procedures and policies during practical activities. Safety procedures in the classroom will be explained at the commencement of the course.
RPL & Credit Transfer: Students who believe they have sufficient past experience to demonstrate full competence against particular units may apply for RPL using the forms and processes available from the TME office. Students may apply for credit transfer for any units completed in prior qualifications, including for the elective units.
Workplace Training: Programs can be customised to meet individual or workplace requirements. On the job training and assessment activities are built into our programs to enable learners to develop relevant workplace skills.
We actively tailor training for people from diverse backgrounds, including those with disabilities, and encourage all to apply.
Information on this page is current at 01/01/2018 and may be subject to change. Contact us to ensure you have the most current information about this program.
TME offers Overseas student a pathway from Cert IV in Busienss to Advanced Diploma of Business, please feel free to contact us and select the right pathway for you.