BSB42515 Certificate IV in Small Business Management is designed for people who already own an established small business or individuals who are working as small business managers. This course is for busy people who need to study out of hours.
You will learn about business planning, legal, insurance, digital action plans, risk management, team management, financial and operational monitoring and management, marketing and promotion of a business and its products and services, and refining and strengthening a small business to grow a commercially viable business and gain the knowledge to keep it running successfully.
You will develop skills in designing a digital action plan, managing small business finances, and marketing and promotion of a business and its products and services. You will gain knowledge in planning and identifying business opportunities, refining a business and strengthening a business to giving you broad skills for a variety of industry sectors.
Nominal hours for the course is 570 hours, during which time you will complete a Business Plan for your Business. The Business Plan is the main assessment tool for this course.
This course is available as a fee for service course.
TRAINING WITH NCBM
Turning your good idea into dollars
Once you decide to do our Certificate IV in Small Business Management, NCBM will provide you with a specialised small business management trainer on a one-to-one basis.
Your business facilitator will help you put your business idea into practice. They will provide you with individualised assistance to help you achieve your goals and will maintain regular contact with you to provide extra help if you experience any business problems or need other additional support.
The training programs at National College of Business Management are:
- Adapted to suit each individual client
- Flexible and innovative
- Interesting and engaging
- Methods of training will include distance learning, e-learning and/or face to face, adapted to meet the needs of each individual client.
Areas of study include:
- Investigating the small business opportunity
- Developing a business plan
- Organising finances and resources for the small business
- Complying with regulatory taxation insurance and other legal requirements
- Marketing the small business
- Reporting on financial activity