design and produce business documents
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Select and prepare resources design document Produce document finalise document
Participants will learn to design and produce various business documents and publications. it includes selecting and using a range of functions on a variety of computer applications. Participants will learn to design and produce desktop published documents. No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement. Participants will learn to process payroll using manual and computerised payroll systems. Participants will learn to design and produce electronic presentations for speakers, for their own access and for online access.
“develop new skills and have teams and workplaces operating at their very best... improve efficiency, retain
Produce desktop published documents
1. Prepare to produce desktop published documents 2. Set up desktop published document 3. create desktop published document 4. finalise desktop published document
employees and provide rewarding careers.”
1. record payroll data 2. Prepare payroll 3. Handle payroll enquiries 1. Prepare to create presentation 2. create presentation 3. finalise presentation
create electronic presentations
certificate iii in BuSineSS adminiStration
What are the advantages of vocational training?
today’s fast-paced and changing business environment demands that your team members work well together and are able to make the most of your organisation’s resources. By providing them with opportunities in vocational training, you can do more than cement current skills: you can develop new skills and have teams and workplaces operating at their very best. Well-planned learning and mentoring is also a smart way of improving efficiency, retaining employees and providing rewarding careers.
GENERAL ELECTIVE UNITS – choose four (units may also be chosen from unselected administration electives above) code
organise personal work priorities and development
1. organise and complete own work schedule 2. monitor own work performance 3. coordinate personal skill development and learning 1. collect and assess information 2. organise information 3. review information needs
Participants will learn to organise own work schedules, to monitor and obtain feedback on work performance and to maintain required levels of competence. Participants will acquire the skills and knowledge required to gather, organise and apply workplace information to establishd processes and management systems. Participants will learn how to determine, administer and maintain resources and equipment.
organise workplace information
maintain business resources
1. advise on resource requirements 2. monitor resource usage and maintenance 3. acquire resources 1. create a simple database 2. create reports and queries 3. use database
BSB30407 Certificate III in Business Administration is a nationally-accredited course.
This qualification is aimed at employees involved in a range of administrative activities, who provide technical administrative advice or who support a team. The course is designed to increase proficiency in a variety of administrative functions including accounting, organising, resource use, software use and occupational health and safety. Participants will develop the skills and knowledge they need to work effectively and exercise discretion in a range of administrative roles.
create and use databases
Participants will learn to create simple databases that permit them to accurately store and retrieve information. Participants will learn how to undertake a range of online transactions including banking, buying and selling products and services. Participants will learn to provide advice and information about the development and distribution of their organisation’s products and services
conduct online transactions
1. identify and investigate online service provider 2. Perform online transactions 3. maintain records of online transactions 4. review online transactions 1. develop and maintain knowledge of products and services 2. recommend products and services 3. advise on promotional activities
No prerequisites are required to complete BSB30407 Certificate III in Business Administration, however administrative experience or previous administrative study is desirable. on completion the trainee has the option to undertake further training such as BSB40507 Certificate IV in Business Administration or a range of other Certificate IV qualifications.
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Delivery of the traineeship
To ensure a balance between work demands and training, trainees have two years in which to complete BSB30407 Certificate III in Business Administration. If appropriate and suitable to the workplace, they may finish earlier. units are delivered in the workplace by the trainer. the trainee will also be given work to complete that may involve reading, project completion and workshop preparation. Works Well training; • provides all materials required provides individualised training assesses the trainee’s competence.
Generous government subsidies are often available for training. Irrespective of funding opportunities, you will find our fees very competitive.
Course outline for Certificate III in Business Administration (BSB30407)
To attain the Certificate III in Business Administration the trainee is required to complete 13 units of competency (two core units, seven administration electives and four general electives). These units cover a wide range of topics and a summary is found below. if there are other units that you would prefer or are more suitable to your business and career path, please talk to us. CORE UNITS code
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developing keyboarding speed and accuracy Participate in oHS processes
1. use safe work practices 2. identify and develop keyboard skills 3. check accuracy 1. Work safely 2. implement workplace safety requirements 3. Participate in oHS consultative processes 4. follow safety procedures
Participants will develop keyboard skills including speed and accuracy, using touch typing techniques. Participants will acquire the skills and knowledge required to participate in oHS at work. Particular focus will be on protecting the health and safety of themselves and colleagues.
training manager Phone: 6210 6806 Fax: 6210 6877 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
the employer is required to; • • • • • provide the trainee with general support encourage relevant workplace-based projects provide the trainer with access to the workplace permit the trainee to attend workshops provide feedback on progress.
occupational Health and Safety (oHS)
ADMINISTRATION ELECTIVE UNITS – choose seven code
Process accounts payable and receivable
1. Maintain financial journal systems 2. Prepare bank reconciliations 3. maintain accounts payable and accounts receivable systems 4. Process payments for accounts payable 5. Prepare statements for accounts receivable 6. follow up outstanding accounts 1. Process journal entries 2. Prepare a trial balance
Participants will learn to maintain accounts payable and accounts receivable records including processing payments to creditors and handling overdue accounts receivable.
Our points of difference?
Our aim is to help employees gain relevant skills and attain their qualification in a seamless fashion. So we offer a personalised, needs-specific and workplace-sensitive service that sets us apart from our competitors and includes one-on-one coaching sessions between the facilitated learning sessions.
maintain a general ledger
Our business is to help your business develop
Works Well training makes training easy by; • • • • • • • conducting a training needs analysis assessing trainee requirements ensuring that training is relevant to the workplace delivering all training and assessing components providing all training materials conducting training in a manner and at a time to suit the employer and the trainee providing experienced and industry-wise trainers you can relate to.
BSBitu304a document production Produce spreadsheets BSBitu303a document production design and produce text documents 1. Prepare to produce word processed documents 2. design word processed documents 3. add tables and other data 4. Produce text documents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Select and prepare resources Plan spreadsheet design create spreadsheet Produce simple charts finalise spreadsheets BSBadm307B organisation organise schedules 1. establish schedule requirements 2. manage schedules
Participants will learn to maintain a general ledger within an organisation including processing journal entries and preparing a trial balance. Participants will develop their ability to manage appointments and diaries for personnel within an organisation, to use manual and electronic diaries, schedules and other appointment systems. Participants will learn to design and develop predominantly text-based documents using advanced features of word processing software. Participants will learn to develop spreadsheets with spreadsheet software.