Certificate III in Business BSB30120
June 2023 Class starts in:
The Certificate III in Business (BSB30120) is offered by the Institute of Business Operations (Registered Training Organisation #45984) as an online course.
The course is designed to fit around your work schedule, and involves self-paced learning as well as regular Questions & Reflections sessions where you can share your experiences and learn from other students in your cohort.
Our philosophy is simple: we want to prepare you to take your career to the next level.
We want to equip you with knowledge, and help you build a network. As well as structured learning, you’ll be encouraged to undertake self-directed learning.
All students at the Institute of Business Operations study 13 units to be awarded the Certificate III in Business.
Once your enrolment into the Certificate III in Business has been accepted, you will be provided with reading materials and audio lectures for your first subject. Before moving onto the next subject, you will need to be assessed on your competency. Assessment takes place during Training and Assessment periods, but will not take place during STUVAC. Please refer to the current training calendar for current training and assessment periods.
As you gain access to each subject, you will be able to watch video recordings on the subject matter. Whilst they are not compulsory viewing, video lectures are designed to broaden your knowledge of the subject matter and help you better contextualise what you are learning. These recordings are available throughout the year, including during STUVAC periods.
You will gain access to a textbook (in electronic version) as you commence each subject. The textbook will be a key source of information and closely aligns to learning and assessment outcomes. Students are encouraged to read beyond their textbook to broaden their knowledge and understanding of the content.
Questions & Reflections Sessions
Questions and Reflections (Q&R) Sessions will be held every week during Training and Assessment periods. Please refer to the current training calendar for current training and assessment periods. Q&R Sessions give students the opportunity to discuss their learning and talk about their own experiences. This is a key aspect of contextualising what you learn in the Certificate III in Business so that you can better apply your learning in the real world.
Students will have access to online forums where they can post questions and engage in online discussions with other students. The Student Forums are an excellent way for students to support each other and build their networks.
Whilst there are no training package requirements for entry into the Certificate III in Business , the Institute of Business Operations course has been designed for those who are currently employed in a relevant role.
All prospective students of the Institute of Business Operations must be able to demonstrate the minimum Language, Literacy and Numeracy levels required to complete the course. This may be demonstrated in two ways:
- Passing a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy assessment; or
- Demonstration of Language, Literacy or Numeracy levels by other means (such as the attainment of another qualification / degree deemed equivalent competence)
Students who do not meet the Language, Literacy and Numeracy requirements will not be enrolled in the Certificate III in Business but may be recommended for alternative training.
We want to be sure that you enrol in a course that you can comfortably complete. During the enrolment process we will help you determine the right course for you, and if you need additional advice or guidance we will endeavour to assist where we can.
The Certificate III in Business is an online course which is self paced. You will have a lot of flexibility to study and complete units at your own pace, and your completion coach will help you organise your study.
The study commitment will vary from person to person, and will be affected by past and current work experience. As a guide, you should allow between 15 and 24 hours per week. You can increase your time commitment to complete the course sooner, but you should be realistic about timeframes.
During the enrolment process, you will be given an individual training plan which will outline your recommended study timetable and your online attendance requirements. It is important to recognise that although this course is wholly online, there may be elements within subjects that will require you to work with your student peers as part of the assessment. This will be facilitated and organised by your Trainer & Assessor.
In additional to any subject specific attendance requirements, we have weekly “Q&A” sessions and Subject Masterclasses to complement student learning and help students connect with their peers and Trainer & Assessor.
As the Certificate III in Business is an online course, students will require access to a webcam enabled computer with an internet connection. Students should also have access to a quiet place to study.
- Computer / Laptop
- Webcam for video conferencing
- Audio input / output for video / audio conferencing
- Stable internet connection
- Quiet place to study
The Institute of Business Operations is an inclusive Registered Training Organisation and we will do everything we can to assist students with additional needs. Prior to finalisation of your enrolment in the Certificate III in Business, you will be asked to complete a Learning, Literacy and Learning (LLN) Assessment to identify what additional needs you might have.
We will endeavour to support any students that require additional support through their study with the Institute of Business Operations.
Course Information Summary
|Qualification Level||Certificate III|
|Next Course Start Date||10 May 2023|
|Hours per Week||24|
|Course Fees||$1,300 (13 units at $100 each)|
|Course Features||Nationally Recognised
The cost of the Certificate III of Business at the Institute of Business Operations is $1,300 ($100 per subject).
VET-FEE help is not available to students of Institute of Business Operations, though be do have flexible payment options available.
Students are allowed to pay-as-you-go for individual units within the qualification, which can help spread out the payments over time.