Small Business - Certificate IV: Small Business Management

Overview

This course is an accredited program BSB40415 Certificate IV in Small Business Management. It is targeted at people who are seeking to start or who have recently established their own small business. The program requires students to develop an business plan for either a real or simulated business idea.

Course content

  • Introduction to small business - the feasibility of the business idea
  • Business planning - researching and developing a business plan
  • Legal and regulatory requirements for businesses
  • Marketing - knowing your target markets and marketing strategies
  • Financials - pricing, costing and breakeven points
  • Financial planning
  • Operations planning
  • Record keeping

Ideal for

Anyone who has a business idea they would like to explore more fully.

Important Information

Registrations will only be accepted from Australian or New Zealand Citizens who are holders of permanent residency or a humanitarian visa. Spousal visas are not allowed.

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Outcome

This program provides participants with the knowledge and tools in a range of different areas to be able to assess a business idea and identify its viability as a commercial venture and will develop a real or hypothetical business plan.

Pre-requisites

Registrations will only be accepted from Australian or New Zealand Citizens who are holders of permanent residency or a humanitarian visa. Spousal visas are not allowed

Materials supplied

Participants will be provided with a comprehensive folder of notes to accompany workshop delivery.

Materials to bring

Note taking resources
Business idea

Award

BSB40415 Certificate IV Small Business Manangement.

Additional notes

Certification will be provided to participants that successfully complete all assessment requirements.

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Available course dates

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