BSB50215 Diploma of Business
Diploma of Business, this qualification reflects the role of individuals with substantial experience in a range of settings who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions to gain a qualification in a Diploma of Business. This qualification is also suited to the needs of individuals with little or no vocational experience, but who possess sound theoretical business skills and knowledge that they would like to develop in order to create further educational and employment opportunities.
Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:
- executive officer
- program consultant
- program coordinator
Diploma of Business – BSB50215
Preferred pathways for candidates considering the qualification include:
BSB40515 Certificate IV in Business Administration OR with vocational experience in a range of work environments in senior support roles but without a qualification.
Pathways from the qualification
- BSB60215 Advance Diploma of Business
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The units of competence shown below have been selected by Gateway Training Academy based on the course purpose.
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|BSBHRM501||Manage human resources services|
|BSBHRM513||Manage workforce planning|
|BSBHRM506||Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes|
|BSBMKG514A||Implement and monitor marketing activities|
|BSBINM501A||Manage an information or knowledge management system|
The following occupations relate to this qualification.
- Program Or Project Administrator (ANZSCO code: 511112)
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|Administrator||Administrators carry out and oversee administrative tasks to ensure an organisation runs smoothly. They may have specific areas of responsibility – such as human resources, budgets, accommodation and property facilities and records – or act in a more general capacity.|
|Business Development Manager||Business Development Managers implement and assist with the development of business plans. They manage business activities associated with identifying new markets and sources of revenue, and build and maintain business relationships in line with company strategies and objectives.|
|Business Sales Team Leader||Business Sales Team Leaders lead teams of Sales Agents to develop and implement strategies which increase a business’ sales. They identify customer needs and markets, visit potential buyers, keep up-to-date with knowledge of their own and competitors’ products, liaise with sales and marketing personnel, negotiate prices, prepare contracts and record orders, work on marketing campaigns, and plan strategies to meet targets and budgets.|
|Corporate Services Manager||Corporate Services Managers oversee the provision and running of corporate services. They coordinate services such as human resources, supply and facilities management, and IT. They ensure all necessary corporate services are delivered to the expected standard, and that they cover the needs of the business.|
|Executive Officer||Executive Officers provide high-level support to officials in government or other organisations. They manage teams and offices, conduct research, manage presentations and meetings, and create reports.|
|Legal Practice Manager||Legal Practice Managers oversee the business operations of a legal practice. They manage personnel and administrative systems; identify new business opportunities; and manage accounts, records, and physical resources such as office spaces.|
|Project Consultant||Project Consultants provide specialist-field knowledge to project management. They assist with all stages of the project, from planning to implementation.|
|Project Coordinator||Project Coordinators administer and implement project activities. They liaise with management and carry out recommendations; direct employees and teams; handle queries; prepare reports; oversee the gathering of project information; review and develop administrative systems; plan budgets and monitor costs; and determine project requirements.|