Certificate III in Business

Certificate III in Business from Skillscorp Training

By: Skillscorp Training  05-Jan-2011
Keywords: Training, Training Courses, Computer Training

The BSB30107 - Certificate III in Business course builds on your existing skills and extends them further since completing the Certificate II in Business.

You will familiarise yourself with administration practices including financial record keeping, including e-business. Complete more complex activities such as developing databases, setting up management systems, business documents, and other business resources.

Become confident in desktop publishing. Develop your computer skills to a level that is an absolute must in todays business world.

Who Should Attend

You will reap the benefits of this course with topics such as:

  • Customer Service Skills
  • Maintainence of Financial Record and Business Resources
  • Knowledge Management Systems
  • Databases, online transactions
  • Business Documentation
  • Computer skills and desktop publishing
  • Communication skills and techniques
  • Occupational health and safety awareness
  • Basic project management skills
  • Time management skills

Course Structure

You will learn how to use your initiative in a business environment, organise your daily tasks and manage workplace information.

You will learn how to produce business documents, maintain business resources and deliver high-quality customer service.

This course will also teach you how to support innovation and change initiatives within the workplace, communicate effectively with others and meet customer needs.

You will also study these units: Planning and informing, Looking after our customers, Document it, Being a workplace citizen and Keeping track of the financials.

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