BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills - More info
This course has been designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge to work in a variety of entry-level Business Services job roles such as junior administrative positions. It is designed to help develop the necessary skills in preparation for work for individuals who have not yet entered the workforce.
This course will help students understand the role and responsibility of administration support. These skills will enable students to perform a range of routine administrative tasks including WHS processes, customer service, information management, interpersonal communication, word processing, computing and work practices.
This certificate is a great starting point for students looking at building their confidence and improving their employability skills. It also provides further study pathways into higher level qualifications.
Please note: this certificate is only available to Thebarton Senior College students (not regional students).
This course prepares students to work in a variety of business services job roles to carry out a range of routine procedural, clerical, administrative or operational tasks that require technology and business skills. The course provides students with a range of practical skills and knowledge applicable across a range of industry sectors such as workplace health and safety, producing business documents, customer service, creating electronic presentations, spreadsheets and working in a team environment.
Students deepen their knowledge and skills in relation to routine business processes and practices to be able to provide some technical advice and support to a team. They produce a range of documents to support business operations and further develop their communication and customer service skills.
BSB30220 Certificate III in Entrepreneurship and New Business - More info
This course has been developed for students who wish to gain the knowledge and skills to operate a business and explore what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Students are introduced to the fundamentals required to run a viable and profitable operation and investigate business opportunities.
Advanced Business - Documents provides pre-vocational skills, work preparedness and the opportunity for students to taste and develop micro skills in
the area of business administration before committing to a qualification. This option deepens students' knowledge and technical skills in relation to routine business administration processes and practices in using business technology and software to produce a range of business documents to support business operations.
Introduction to Business provides pre-vocational skills, work preparedness and the opportunity for students to taste and develop micro skills in the
area of business office duties before committing to a qualification. This option invests in the development of transferable knowledge and skills in routine administrative tasks, handling data, using business technology and producing documents which can be applied to diverse business environments and circumstances.