|Course Code:||D130 (National ID: BSB20107)|| |
|Careers:||Access and Equity, Further study options in business || |
Varies depending on study option undertaken.
|How:||Full time, Part time, Apprenticeship/Traineeship|| |
|Where:||LEEDERVILLE CAMPUSRICHMOND STREETLEEDERVILLE6007PERTH CAMPUS - Building 125 ABERDEEN STREETNORTHBRIDGE6003|| |
|Intake:||Contact us for study options|| |
|International study available:||No|| |
|Online study available:||No|| |
|Uni pathway available:||No|| |
About the course Ask us a question about this course
This qualification will give you the skills and knowledge to work in an office environment effectively and confidently. You'll learn how to prepare for work and perform a range of administrative tasks including word processing, spread sheets and mail procedures.
This qualification is offered at Leederville campus and is delivered by the Disabilities Program area and the Community Learning & Partnerships area.
The Community Learning & Partnerships area delivers this qualification as part of the Solid Futures and also the Launch Pad programs:
Solid Futures (Indigenous Employment Program) - contact David Hynes at the David Wirrpanda Foundation on 9242 6700 or 0409 874 544 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org or download our brochure.
View our Launchpad Flyer to find out more about the Career Start program.
The Disabilities Program area delivers this qualification to students who have an intellectual or learning disability, please contact the area on (08) 9202 4352 or click here for more information. Applications need to be made directly to Central.
View our brochure to see the career pathways for our disability courses.
Where this course can lead you
Central's disability and community learning & partnerships qualifications will provide you with the skills to work in basic or assistant roles in a variety of workplaces. The practical training will ensure you become an integral part of any organisation and have the skills to meet their needs.
Your Certificate II in Business prepares you for roles such as:
Access and Equity
Your Certificate II in Business also opens the door for further qualifications at Central such as the Certificate III in Business.
Skills you will gain from this course
This business/community learning and partnerships qualification provides you with skills that are relevant to current industry trends and practices and provides a solid support structure along the way.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
Prepare for work in business
Perform a range of administrative tasks
Use word processing applications
Understand mail procedures
Prepare and process accounts
Use general office equipment
Your Certificate II in Business gives you the skills to begin an exciting career in business or for further study at Central. The Certificate III in Business will increase your skills in OHS, office applications and software and customer service.
Connected with industry
Central's business courses will directly link you with the industry. It is one of our main goals to create strong ties with industry bodies, engage in partnerships with industry sponsors and create courses that win awards within business.
Domestic students:The costs for this course for a semester are: $606 or $303 (concession). On top of this there is also a resource cost of $70. The resource fee is an estimate because the amount depends on which units you choose. You will be given the exact amount at enrolment. Find out more about how the costs are determined.
An estimate of the total cost of the course is $676 (non conc) over the time the course takes to complete.
Paying your fees
You will be expected to pay your course fees in full at the time of enrolment.
Fees can be paid at our student services offices at any of Central’s campuses. You can also pay by credit card over the phone, however, if you wish to pay by instalments, you will need to make your first payment in person and sign the payment plan terms and conditions.
Assistance may be available for those students experiencing financial hardship.
Find out more details about payment options
International students:The cost for international students is n/a. You will need to pay for your course fees when you accept your offer and meet all the conditions.
|Description:||Complete 12 units: 1 Core unit and 11 electives.|| |
Title: GROUP 01 - CORE
Description: Complete core unit listed below.
|D0887||BSBOHS201A||Participate in OHS processes|
Title: GROUP 02 - ELECTIVES
Description: Complete 11 units. Elective units are to be negotiated between Central Institute of Technology, employer and employee. **Below is an example
|D0629||BSBCMM201A||Communicate in the workplace|
|D0749||BSBINM201A||Process and maintain workplace information|
|D0780||BSBITU102A||Develop keyboard skills|
|D0781||BSBITU201A||Produce simple word processed documents|
|D0782||BSBITU202A||Create and use spreadsheets|
|D1025||BSBWOR202A||Organise and complete daily work activities|
|D1027||BSBWOR204A||Use business technology|
|D4030||FNSACC301A||Process financial transactions and extract interim reports|
|S8071||BSBCUS201B||Deliver a service to customers|
|S8083||BSBWOR203B||Work effectively with others|
Apprenticeships and Traineeships
An apprenticeship or traineeship is a structured employment based training program that allows you to have a job and be paid while you learn. In most instances practical experience at work is combined with complementary off-the-job training provided by Central Institute of Technology.
Apprenticeships lead to trade certification and nationally recognised qualifications.
Traineeships focus on entry level training in non-trade areas and lead to nationally-recognised qualifications. Some school based traineeships are available to year 11 and 12 students who combine part time work with secondary studies via an approved training schedule. Apprenticeships and Traineeships are not available as an option for International students.
Please Note: The process for actually getting into an apprenticeship/traineeship (which involves finding an employer) is very different to the application process for normal study.
Getting into this course
In order to gain entry into this course you must demonstrate basic maths and communication skills.
This conversion table explains the grades you need to have obtained at a high school level to meet this entry level requirement.
The Application Process
The process for applying for a course at Central depends on whether you are a local or international student and the way that you will be studying: full time, part time, as an apprentice or trainee.
Our future students area of the website includes a handy guide to help you through the process depending on what type of student you are, and how you are planning on studying.
Visit our apply, enrol and pay guide
Recognition of Prior Learning
Do you have existing skills? Whether obtained through paid or voluntary work, training or other experiences, you may be able to fast track your study by applying for recognition of prior learning, often referred to as RPL.
Find out more here