Small Business Course
leads to a Certificate IV in New Small Business BSB42618 (conditions apply)
8-week Online Course via Zoom
Individual Coaching included
You can take this course for general education or to gain a qualification.
To be granted a Certificate IV in New Small Business (BSB42618), participants must complete four (4) core units and six (6) elective units. Upon the enrolment process, a review will be made of your current experiences and qualifications to determine if you are eligible for any credit transfer or RPL for Units of Competency not listed here and that meet the packaging rules.
Personal and Business Financial Literacy
Investigating Business Opportunities and Business Models
Business Structure and Legal Requirements
Funding Options for Your Business
Client Services and Business Relationships (including networking)
Marketing and Promotions
Pitch Your Business
FULL FEE PAYING
A great way to start your week for your business! Meet online via Zoom over 8 weeks to learn better business strategies in a structured program. Each person will also receive a one–half hour personal coaching session (value $150).
User Choice (ACT only)
Australian Apprenticeships in the ACT are funded by the ACT and Australian Governments.
The material is the same as the Full-Fee Paying course. Please read the eligibility guidelines at the ACT Government Skills Canberra website. Contact us for more information.
Online 1-1 Course and Coaching
6 fortNightly 2-hour SESSIONS
For those who may not want to gain a qualification but want to develop their business with guided instruction and coaching. Spaces are limited for this personalised course and coaching. Payment plans available.
What Our Students Say
Dr Dion’s knowledge in the business area was extremely evident. Each week that we spoke, my mind was expended and grew with understanding and awareness. It was because of his teaching style that made the concepts easy to grasp and also meant questions were minimal because it was explained in such a way. In fact, the entire lesson time felt more like a conversation with a mentor rather than a teacher speaking at you during school.
Brittney B., Canberra
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