This qualification reflects the role of individuals with significant experience in a senior administrative role who are seeking to develop expertise across a wider range of business functions.
The qualification is suited to individuals who possess significant theoretical business skills and knowledge and wish to consolidate and build pathways to further educational or employment opportunities.
On completion of this qualification, students may may persue Bachelors in Business.
Participants completing BSB60120 Advanced Diploma of Business may enter into or continue current roles including:Entrepreneurship, Business Enterprise Manager, Regional Manager, Corporate services manager, Business consultant.
Tuition fee: 7,000 $
Material fee: 250 $
Resource fee: 250 $
Total course fee: 7,500 $
* Techie International College would not accept payment of no more than $ 1500 from each individual student prior to the commencement or in advance at any given time.
*Further fee / charges information can be found in student handbook, or form Techie International College’s administration office,
*Tuition fees and other compulsory costs (equipment, uniforms etc.) may change from year to year. However students continuing in their current qualification will not incur any fee increases
*Material Fees includes but not restricted to books, Tutorials and course documents.
This course will be delivered over 64 weeks consisting of 60 weeks of face-to-face study and 4 weeks term break. 20 contact hours per week.
All international students must be 18 years of age at the time of commencement.
ILETS 5.5 (Academic or general) or equivalent internationally recongnised test result in line with DIBP regulation. or Evidence that they have studied in English for at least five years in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, United Kingdom or united State of America. Or. Evidence that within 2 years of their application date, they have successfully completed certificate IV or Higher level qualification from the Australian qualification framework. Or. For level 1 countries students, they successfully complete the LLN test administrated by Techie international college.
Academic Requirements- Students must have satisfactorily completed a minimum of year 11 or equivalent.
Techie International College will also administer Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Evaluation test to all students to ensure that they have the ability to complete the course. This test will occur prior to the course commencement and will be assessed by authorised Techie International College’s delegate.
All international students must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of their stay in Australia.
On completion of this qualification, students may may pursue Advanced diploma of business.
Participants completing BSB50120 Diploma of Business may enter into or continue current roles including: Accounts Supervisor, Frontline Manager, Office Manager, Team Leader.
This course will be delivered over 54 weeks consisting of 50 weeks of face-to-face study and 4 weeks term break. 20 contact hours per week.
Students with prior learning and work experience can apply for RPL. Students who have completed corresponding units of competency and/or units contained within the packaging rules can apply for Credit Transfer. RPL evidence must include some of the following:
If you wish to apply for RPL or Credit Transfer, please notify Techie International College at the time of enrolment….
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Participants need to complete Twelve (12) units of competency, within the BSB Package at Diploma level. This qualification has 05 core units.
05 elective units, of which:
Elective units must be relevant to the work environment and the qualification, maintain the integrity of the alignment and contribute to a valid industry-supported vocational outcome
|#No||Unit Code||Unit Name||Core/Elective||Hrs|
|2||BSBTWK501||Lead diversity and inclusion||Elective||80|
|3||BSBSUS511||Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability||Core||100|
|4||BSBOPS504||Manage business risk||Elective||80|
|5||BSBCRT511||Develop critical thinking in others||Core||80|
|6||BSBFIN501||Manage budgets and financial plans||Core||80|
|7||BSBOPS501||Manage business resources||Core||80|
|8||BSBXCM501||Lead communication in the workplace||Core||80|
|9||BSBLDR523||Lead and manage effective workplace relationship||Elective||80|
|10||BSBLDR522||Manage people performance||Elective||80|
|11||BSBTWK502||Manage team effectiveness||Elective||80|
|12||BSBPEF501||Manage personal and professional development||Elective||80|
|Total face-to-face hours||1000 Hrs|
Learner needs are assessed at enrolment in accordance with the Enrolment Policy and Procedure. Applicants complete the Enrolment and Pre-Training Review and submit supporting documentation to enable Techie International College to assess whether the course is appropriate for addressing their individual learner needs.
Once applications are received, they are assessed to ascertain whether the course addresses individual learner needs. The College will review the applicant’s prior experience, knowledge and skills in coming to this decision.
Students with learning needs that require support are identified during the enrolment processes will be provided by student support in accordance with the Client Support Policy and Procedure.
Techie International College takes all feasible and reasonable steps to assist students during the course so they can successfully complete the course within the course duration.
Reasonable adjustments will be made that may include the use of adaptive technology, educational support, and alternative methods of assessment such as oral assessment. Any adjustments made will be recorded in the student’s file.
The learning need that forms the basis of any adjustment to the training program will be identified and appropriate strategies will be agreed with the student. Any adjustments will be recorded in the student file.
<strong>Pre enrolment information</strong>
Techie International College provides information to students’ pre-enrolment on course demands and expectations via the Client Information Handbook and course information available on the Techie International College website. This information also identifies the process for assessing the learner needs during enrolment, the outcomes of assessment and details on how Techie International College supports individual learner needs post enrolment.
Techie International College delivers an orientation to students outlining course requirements, processes, demands, support services and general information prior to course commencement.
<strong>Monitoring student performance in class</strong>
During scheduled classes and supervised study sessions trainers monitor student performance when completing tasks, participation in learning activities, completing homework and through responses to questions and questions asked. Formative assessment is also routinely undertaken. Trainers identify student abilities/ progress, learning needs/ issues from undertaking the above activities.
Trainers provide support to students in each class depending on individual learning and support needs e.g. explain concepts again, providing more one to one support, putting them in groups where they can learn of other students during group work tasks, providing extra time to complete tasks or referring them to learning materials to develop their knowledge and understanding. Students can also approach trainers or the student support officer at any time to access learning support services.
Learning methodologies are planned and implemented by trainers as they progress through each unit. Trainers structure classes depending on the topic and individual learning needs of each student cohort. Learning activities for one group may have more of an emphasis on developing knowledge for one unit and on developing foundation skills for another. The individual needs of the cohort are considered, and activities planned accordingly.
Students with English language learning issues may be allocated more groupwork to develop knowledge and soft skills at the same time as their English language ability.
<strong>Monitoring course progress</strong>
Techie International College monitors students course progress in accordance with the Client Support Policy and Procedure and the National Code 2018 Standard 8 requirements.
Student course progress is monitored and students at risk of failing to achieve satisfactory course progress are identified. Trainers monitor performance and progress in class and can initiate intervention support for students by completing documentation and forwarding this to the Course Coordinator. Student results on the SMS are also monitored every fortnight. Students identified at risk of not achieving satisfactory course progress are identified, counselled and where relevant have intervention strategies initiated.
The college provides assistance if the student is experiencing difficulties and not progressing through their course as per the course schedule.
Techie International College employs a range of support services where appropriate and feasible to support students learning needs during course delivery.
Access to appropriate support services is provided to assist students to successfully complete their course within the scheduled duration. Techie International College may refer students to external sources if they are unable to sufficiently provide support for students learning needs.
Refer to the Client Support and Completion Within Expected Duration policies and procedures for further details on how Techie International College monitors course progress and supports students to help ensure completion within the expected duration.
<strong>Students at Risk</strong>
Techie International College has intervention strategies, including student support services available to enable students to complete the qualification within the scheduled duration.
Students at risk of not completing their course within the scheduled duration are identified as early as possible.
Techie International College meets with all students who are not making satisfactory progress and with their agreement puts in place Intervention strategies to assist in their successful completion of the course.
Techie International College has defined “satisfactory progress” as successfully completing more than 50% of units undertaken in a study period.
Students who do not make satisfactory progress over two consecutive study periods will be reported in accordance with the requirements of the ‘The National Code 2018’.
This process is governed by Techie International College Client Support and Completion within Expected Duration Policy and Procedures.
Students who are experiencing difficulties with any aspect of their course are encouraged to contact their trainer or other relevant staff. Our trainers are able to provide academic support to facilitate the successful completion of your course.
Students who are experiencing language, literacy and numeracy difficulties during the course can access support from our trainers.
If the level of support required is outside of what the trainer can provide then Techie International College will arrange a referral to internal LLN support services within the Academic Department.
We understand that our students sometimes require extra support to help them cope with their training course. Sometimes there can be personal issues that impact their successful course completion. We can assist students in accessing professional welfare services. Students who are experiencing personal/ welfare issues that are impacting their studies are encouraged to contact their trainer or other relevant support staff. Please refer to Client Information Handbook for contact details of support staff members.
|International Students||Domestic students|
|Age||Student must be 18 years of age or over while applying for the course.||Student must be 18 years of age or over while applying for the course.|
|Qualification and formal education||Satisfactory completion of the equivalent of Australian Year 11 or higher.||Satisfactory completion of the equivalent of Australian Year 11 or higher|
|Key characteristics of the clients and learner cohort||Have physical attributes suitable for working in the automotive industry that encompasses manual handling of equipment including lifting and carrying heavy objects within scope of safe working practices (i.e. removing and fitting engine electrical components and parts)||Have physical attributes suitable for working in the automotive industry that encompasses manual handling of equipment including lifting and carrying heavy objects within scope of safe working practices (i.e. removing and fitting engine electrical components and parts)|
|Qualifications and formal education required||Please refer to the admission requirements set by RTO.||Please refer to the admission requirements set by RTO.|
The volume of learning allocated to a qualification will vary depending on the level of the qualification and the experience and competency of the student. As per the Australian Quality Framework, students must complete the allocated hours for the qualification they are undertaking to achieve competency. If the student applies for Recognition of Prior Learning or Credit Transfer, the volume of learning may be reduced. The hours that make up the volume of learning BSB50120 –Diploma of Business are:
|Face-to-Face classroom Based Learning with a Trainer||820*|
|Supervised Assessments activities||180|
|Unsupervised Study (reading, research, completion of assignments and practice)||300|
|Total Volume of Learning||1300|
Students are required to obtain a Unique Student Identifier (USI) prior to commencing their course. The USI provides students with the ability to obtain a complete record of their Vocational Education and Training records from a single online source. Techie International College will not issue a Certificate or Statement of Attainment to a student who does not have a USI unless they fall under the USI exemptions. You can obtain a USI from www.usi.gov.au or Techie International College can obtain it on your behalf once you complete and Application for USI which will be provided to you with your enrolment form. If you are an offshore international student studying outside of Australia then you are exempt from having a Unique Student Identifier: www.usi.gov.au/pages/exemptions.aspx
Information about our training and assessment, policies and procedures are included in student handbook and should be read by you, prior to enrolment in addition to the Student handbook which is also located on server and available for you. These documents contain important information about your training course, fees and charges including our refund policy.
Student needs are declared by the applicant at the time of enrolment: the application form allows the applicant to self-declare where they have learning disabilities.
Every student is interviewed either face-to-face or over the telephone to attempt to establish the applicant skill and knowledge levels, their current employment and how that relates to the course content and interaction.
Where language, literacy and numeracy are in question Techie International College has a language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment they may undertake to confirm their level of language, literacy and numeracy skills.
Reasonable adjustments to training and assessment will be made and additional support (e.g. LLN, assistive technology, additional training, alternative delivery and assessment modes and methods) provided where students with physical attributes or specific learning needs are identified as requiring these changes to complete their training and assessment.
Assessment is structured throughout the course. If students are unable to achieve competency, additional support is provided through mentoring and access to re-assessment as outline in our policies and procedures.
Assessment requires achievement across all tasks to demonstrate competence and includes: