Certificate III in Business Administration

Master a broad range of administration skills up to intermediate level and secure your employability as a receptionist, office all-rounder or in customer service.

By completing the Certificate III in Business Administration, you’ll learn basic accounts and payroll and how to create schedules, manage customers, build spreadsheets with confidence and publish documents and professional-looking presentations.

The Certificate III is an accredited qualification that employers know and trust. You can study this self-paced course online from home to your own timetable. Central College Online provides all course material saving you the cost of text books and other resources.

Skills you will gain:

  • Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy
  • Process accounts payable and recievable
  • Design and produce business documents
  • Process Payroll
  • Organuise Schedules

Potential Career Outcomes:

  • Accounts Receivable Clerk
  • Accounts Payable Clerk
  • Clerk
  • Data Enrty Operator
  • Junior Personal Assistant
  • Receptionist
  • Office Administration Assistant
  • Office Administrator
  • Word Processing Operator
National Code
BSB30415
Delivery Mode
Online, Face-to-face (classroom/workplace)
Study Mode
Full Time, Part Time, Self-Paced
Qualification Issued
BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration
Provider
Central College Corporate, RTO: 91282
Maximum Delivery
1200 hours/1 year
Study Level
Vocational
Release
2
Status
Current

Cost

$2,990*
*Price is
based on a single individual, can be negotiated depending on group numbers.

Award Requirements

For this qualification there are a total of 13 units consiting of:

  • 2 coure units, plus
  • 11 elective units

This qualification will be issued once you have successfully completed each unit and have been deemed competent.

Code
Competency
BSBITU307
Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy
BSBWHS201Contribute to health and safety of self and others
BSBWRT301Write simple documents
BSBCMM301Process customer complaints
BSBDIV301Work effectively with diversity
BSBFIA301Maintain financial records
BSBFIA302Process Payroll
BSBFIA303Process accounts payable and recieveable
BSBFIA304Maintain a general ledger
BSBITU302Create electronic presentation
BSBITU304Produce Spreadsheets
BSBWOR301Organise personal work priorities and development

Prerequisites

There are no entry require ments for this course; however, it is recommended that students:

  • are at least 18 years old
  • have proficient computer skills with internet access
  • pass the LL&N assessment developed by AIWL for this course

*Students who fail to pass the LL&N assessment may still be enrolled to a course provided that enrolment has been endorsed by the trainer and corresponding additional support strategies have been put in place.

Assessment Overview

Assessments may consist of a combination of short and long questions, online quizzes (if enrolled online), written projects, work experience, and practical demonstrations. Students receive a Learning guide and a set of Assessment activities for each unit of competency.

Resources Provided by Student

Each student who is deciding to enrol into an online course through Australian Institute of Workplace Learning is required to have access to a computer/tablet that work can be completed on as well as internet access.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

The Australian Institute of Workplace Learning is committed to the concept of lifelong learning, i.e. the ability of a person to be able to continually build on their own knowledge through formal and workplace learning throughout their lifetime. The Australian Institute of Workplace Learning is pleased to be able to offer a service whereby we can have professional staff determine existing formally (and sometimes informally) learned knowledge in a particular area.

This process is called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Once your existing learning has been determined you are on your way to increasing your knowledge without having to re-learn what you already know.

Credit Transfer

Credit transfer is the recognition of learning achieved through formal education and training. Under the Australian VET Framework, qualifications and statements of attainment issued by any RTO are to be accepted and recognised by all other RTOs such as Australian Institute of Workplace Learning. Credit Transfer allows a student to be awarded a unit of competency based on successful completion of the unit which has been previously awarded.

Support Services (Including LL&N and Reasonable Adjustment)

Please see the Australian Institute of Workplacr Learning's Additional Support Policy for more information on educational and support services available for you.