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Diploma of Business BSB50215

Course Overview

Whether you have your eye on a particular job in a business or want to start your own, the Diploma of Business will help you achieve your goals. This qualification has been designed by industry professionals and will teach you a broad range of business skills contextualised to the Community Services sector.

Employees require skills and knowledge to co-ordinate assessment and quality service delivery to clients with complex needs, supervise staff or volunteers and implement work programs.

In addition, employees need be able to manage workplace issues, establish and manage new programs and services, and mentor colleagues, manage finances, accounts and resources, and ensure a safe workplace for clients and co-workers

The course covers a range of competencies including planning e-marketing communications, managing risk, managing budgets and financial plans, managing recruitment selection and induction processes, identifying and evaluating marketing opportunities, developing workplace policy and procedures for sustainability, and managing operational plans. You will develop skills in managing meetings, finances and people, leading projects and understanding marketing and human resources.

Successful completion of the Diploma of Business can lead to a range of potential employment opportunities including Executive Officer.

Whether you have your eye on a particular job in a business or want to start your own, the Diploma of Business will help you achieve your goals. This qualification has been designed by industry professionals and will teach you a broad range of business skills contextualised to the Community Services sector.

Employees require skills and knowledge to co-ordinate assessment and quality service delivery to clients with complex needs, supervise staff or volunteers and implement work programs.

In addition, employees need be able to manage workplace issues, establish and manage new programs and services, and mentor colleagues, manage finances, accounts and resources, and ensure a safe workplace for clients and co-workers

The course covers a range of competencies including planning e-marketing communications, managing risk, managing budgets and financial plans, managing recruitment selection and induction processes, identifying and evaluating marketing opportunities, developing workplace policy and procedures for sustainability, and managing operational plans. You will develop skills in managing meetings, finances and people, leading projects and understanding marketing and human resources.

Successful completion of the Diploma of Business can lead to a range of potential employment opportunities including Executive Officer.

Our Post Grad Support is Unique to Australia

Optional Graduate Clinical Experience

Grayclay offers an optional Graduate Clinical Experience Program, designed for graduates  to gain additional experience practicing their skills and managing their workday in preparation for their career. Placement is conducted with “White Rooms Clinics” and students can elect to participate in an additional 40 or 80 hour block. There is no charge for this placement.

After completion support, “Return to learn”

Once you have completed your studies with us, if at any time you would like to refresh either a unit studied or a practical competency, contact us to join our unique “Return to Learn” program at no cost. Our way of supporting you into the future.

Admission Requirements

  • Students who wish to pursue a business qualification to assist in a management role for a health, aged care, home and community care, and disability environment. Students are provided with an opportunity to practice their skills in a non-threatening environment in workshops.
  • Students must be 18 years of age or over.

Course Duration And Study Commitment

Full time

  • 20 hours per week for a total of 40 weeks (two semesters)
  • Including 2 week break each semester
  • Self guided study and research 12 hours per week
  • In addition, students will be required to attend workplace experience of 100 hours.

Part time

  • 10 hours per week for a total of 80 weeks (four semesters)
  • Including 2 week break each semester
  • Self guided study and research 6 hours per week
  • In addition, students will be required to attend workplace experience of 100 hours.

Study Modes Available

Blended

  • Online
  • Oncampus

Locations

  •  1 Short Street, Southport, Gold Coast
  • Work Experience – Workplace experience will be arranged by Grayclay for all students. If a student has a preference for a workplace Grayclay will assist in negotiating a possible placement at this workplace for them.

Professional Recognition

Associate Membership with the Australian Institute of Management

Learner Characteristics

Gain a leading business qualification with our Diploma of Business course. Delivered online, you’ll learn expertise in key business strategies, people management, human resources and business marketing. Receive training in communication, problem solving, decision-making, preparing budgets, recruitment and selection. Increase your competitive edge in the business world. Additionally gain credit toward a university degree

Further Learning Pathway

  • Advanced Diploma of Management or other Advanced Diploma Qualifications
  • The Diploma of Business will provide direct credit toward a University Degree.

Fees

$4500

Payment plans are available
*Fees are subject to change without notice.
This covers course electronic materials, online support, webinars, marking, RPL for medications and infection control if applicable and tutor support either online or telephone)

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Course Units

BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development
BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
BSBADM502 Manage meetings
BSBHRM506 Manage Recruitment, Selection and Induction
BSBHRM513 Manage workforce planning
BSBRSK501 Manage risk
BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plans
BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan

Entry Requirements

  • Students should have good English communication skills including reading, writing and talking – pre enrolment interviews will be conducted to assess Language, Literacy and Numeracy.
  • Applicants should also have access to a computer and possess computer skills including being able to operate a personal computer and printer, create and manage basic files, navigate a learning management system, perform basic tasks such as word processing, sending and receiving emails with attachments, uploading and downloading documents and using web based search engines.
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): For RPL enquiries please contact Student Support admin@grayclay.com.au
  • You must be 18 years or older and provide proof of identity using Drivers License or 18+ card.
Find Out More & Secure Your Place Today
Online courses commence at the beginning of every month.

We limit enrolment numbers in order to ensure each student receives personal support with our instructors and most courses typically fill up prior to the commencement date.

Enquire now to find out if this course is right for your or apply online to secure your place today and avoid disappointment.

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College Business Hours

  • Monday to Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM - 4 PM
  • Saturday to Sunday: Closed