Certificate III in Entrepreneurship and New Business
Since COVID-19, more people started to work from home and started their own business due to job loss. These days, thanks to the power and accessibility of technology, almost anyone can start up a business – no matter what your age!
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (2022) reported there were 2,569,900 actively trading businesses in the Australian economy. In 2017 Telstra reported that 61 per cent of actively trading businesses in the country – around 1.2 million – were solo operations, while 28 per cent – 528,000 – were micro-businesses with one to four employees.
This course is ideal for:
- independent contractors and consultants;
- stay-at-home mums;
- people over 50 wanting to learn how to create more income;
- network marketers;
- hobby enthusiasts, and;
- anyone who wants to have a home-based business.
To be granted a Certificate III in Entrepreneurship and New Business (BSB30220), participants must complete the four (4) core units and six (6) elective units. The WISE Academy, through industry consultation, is currently offering the following units as part of the qualification though we can also replace the elective units with ones suitable to your needs.
Cash flow is king and we will teach you how to manage that.
Various compliance requirements are needed for your business.
Look at the business operations through the identification of business risk.
Establish, develop and maintain effective work relationships and networks through relationship building and negotiation skills required by workers.
Learn useful online and offline marketing strategies including analysing and interpreting market data.
Implement the use of social media and online platforms for organisational purposes.
8-week courseMeet online via Zoom over 8 weeks for 90 minutes. Your workbooks and learning materials are included in the $300 enrolment/administration fee. Payment plans available. Take advantage of our special pricing.
Connect with like-minded people
Masterminds are very powerful. A small group (5-6) people get together on a weekly basis (2 hours per week) for 6 weeks and share an issue around small business they are experiencing. The person then receives the collective intelligence from the group to give some possible solutions.