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BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration – Finance Focus

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BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration – Finance Focus

$1,250.00 $1,062.50

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Initial Payment: $150.00
Succeeding Payments: $99.75 X 10 fortnightly payments

Units of Competency

13

Course Access

Your course access period will end on 18th March 2022

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The Business Services training package has been updated. Students are advised that this superseded version of this course will expire in April 2022. Your course access period will end on 18th March 2022. There will be no extensions or hold granted and no exceptions.

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This BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required for routine tasks in an administrative role performed under direct supervision with a finance focus. It offers you current industry required skills to process payroll, maintain accounts payable and accounts receivable records, including processing payments to creditors and handling overdue accounts receivable.

This course is your first step to learning new skills in business administration and computing. You will learn in an exciting online environment with access to trainers to assist you through the course efficiently.

This certificate reflects the role of individuals who apply a broad range of administrative competencies in various work contexts, using some discretion and judgement. They may provide technical advice and support to a team.

Career Opportunities

  • Junior Personal Assistant
  • Receptionist
  • Office Administrator
  • Word Processing Operator
  • Payroll Officer
  • Accounts Clerk

BSBFIA302 Process payroll

This unit describes skills and knowledge required to process payroll from provided data using manual and computerised payroll systems.

It applies to individuals employed in a range of work environments who are responsible for payroll functions within an organisation. They may work as individuals providing administrative support within an enterprise, or may be other members of staff who have been delegated payroll responsibilities.

Topics:
  1. Record payroll data
  2. Prepare payroll
  3. Handle payroll enquiries
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • plan and perform payroll calculations in accordance with all legislative and organisational requirements, and predetermined timelines
  • refer enquiries outside area of responsibility to an appropriate authority
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • key provisions of relevant legislation, standards and codes of practice that may affect payroll operations
  • relevant organisational policies and procedures
  • different types of payroll systems
Nominal hours = 30 hours

BSBFIA303 Process accounts payable and receivable

This unit describes skills and knowledge required to maintain accounts payable and accounts receivable records, including processing payments to creditors and handling overdue accounts receivable.

It applies to individuals employed in a range of work environments supporting the accounting functions and aspects of an enterprise. They may provide administrative support within an enterprise, or may be members of staff who have been delegated accounting responsibilities.

Topics:
  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
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • accurately enter data into journal and subsidiary ledger system
  • maintain journals and subsidiary ledger systems
  • reconcile subsidiary ledger system with journal or general ledger data
  • complete all tasks in accordance with legal and organisational responsibilities, within scope of own responsibility
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • key provisions of relevant legislation and regulations, standards and codes of practice that may affect aspects of financial operations
  • organisational accounting systems and procedures
  • how to check for errors or discrepancies
  • tasks that are outside own scope of responsibility
Nominal hours = 30 hours

BSBITU313 Design and produce digital text documents

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to digitally design and develop text-based documents using advanced features of word processing applications/platforms.

It applies to individuals who possess fundamental skills in digital device operation, and basic skills in operation of word processing applications. They may work as individuals who provide administrative support within an enterprise, or may be technical/knowledge experts responsible for production of their own digital documents.

Topics:
  1. Prepare to produce documents
  2. Design documents digitally
  3. Produce text documents digitally
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • adhere to organisational requirements and strategies when creating text documents including:
    • ergonomic requirements
    • energy and resource requirements
  • adhere closely to task requirements and required specifications by:
    • following designated timelines
    • achieving consistency of style and image
    • ensuring correct editing and style requirements
    • adhering to designated timelines
  • use advanced software features
  • communicate effectively with personnel
  • overcome problems by referring to user documentation, manuals and online help.
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • various formatting styles and their impact on formatting, readability and appearance of documents
  • organisational requirements for ergonomics, work periods and breaks, and conservation techniques
  • the purpose and contents of an organisational style guide
  • the purpose, uses and functions of word processing software.
Nominal hours = 90 hours

BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to design and produce various business documents and publications. It includes selecting and using a range of functions on a variety of computer applications.

It applies to individuals who possess fundamental skills in computer operations and keyboarding. They may exercise discretion and judgement using appropriate theoretical knowledge of document design and production to provide technical advice and support to a team.

Topics:
  1. Select and prepare resources
  2. Design document
  3. Produce document
  4. Finalise document
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • select appropriate technology and software for design and production of business documents
  • adhere to organisational requirements when:
    • selecting layout and style
    • opening and generating files
    • producing documents within designated timelines
    • naming and storing documents
    • printing and presenting documents
  • adhere to task requirements when producing documents including:
    • applying basic design principles
    • applying consistent formatting
    • using appropriate styles
    • using correct layouts
    • proofreading as required
  • use appropriate data storage options
  • apply knowledge of functions and features of contemporary computer applications
  • print and present completed documents
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • appropriate technology for production requirements
  • functions and features of contemporary computer applications
  • organisational policies, plans and procedures
  • organisational requirements for document design e.g. style guide
Nominal hours = 80 hours

BSBITU314 Design and produce spreadsheets

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to develop spreadsheets through the use of both cloud-based and non-cloud based spreadsheet applications.

It applies to individuals employed in a range of environments who tend to be personally responsible for designing and working with spreadsheets under minimal supervision. These individuals are generally required to have intermediate knowledge and understanding of a number of spreadsheet applications.

Topics:
  1. Select and prepare resources
  2. Plan spreadsheet design
  3. Create spreadsheet
  4. Produce intermediate-level charts
  5. Finalise and present spreadsheets
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • design spreadsheets that address a range of data and organisational requirements
  • use software functions, graphics and support materials to create spreadsheets
  • apply knowledge of formatting requirements for workplace documents.
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • formatting requirements of workplace documents
  • organisational guidelines on spreadsheet design and use
  • organisational requirements for ergonomic standards, work periods and breaks, and conservation techniques.
Nominal hours = 35 hours

BSBCUS301 Deliver and monitor a service to customers

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to identify customer needs, deliver and monitor customer service and identify improvements in the provision of customer service.

It applies to individuals who apply a broad range of competencies in various work contexts. In this role, individuals often exercise discretion and judgement using appropriate theoretical knowledge of customer service to provide technical advice and support to customers over short or long term interactions.

Topics: 

  1. Identify customer needs
  2. Deliver a service to customers
  3. Monitor and report on service delivery
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • use communication skills to establish rapport and build relationships with customers in accordance with organisational requirements
  • identify customer needs using appropriate questioning and active listening skills
  • provide customer service in accordance with organisational requirements
  • respond to and record customer feedback and action taken according to organisational standards, policies and procedures
  • produce a report which identifies and recommends ways to improve service delivery.
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • key provisions of relevant legislation from all levels of government that may affect aspects of business operations
  • organisational policy and procedures for customer service, including handling customer complaints
  • examples of verifiable evidence that could be used to review customer satisfaction
  • outline the interpersonal skills needed for serving customers, including customers with specific needs.
Nominal hours = 35 hours

BSBWRT301 Write simple documents

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to plan, draft and finalise a basic document.

It applies to individuals who apply a broad range of competencies in various work contexts and may exercise some discretion and judgement to produce a range of workplace documentation.

Topics:
  1. Plan document
  2. Draft document
  3. Review document
  4. Write final document
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • plan, draft and finalise three different simple documents that accurately convey the required basic information in a format suitable for the intended audience and in accordance with organisational policies and procedures for document production
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • the process for checking basic grammar, spelling and punctuation
  • different communication methods
  • how audience, purpose and method of communication influence the tone of a document
Nominal Hours: 30

BSBITU312 Create electronic presentations

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to design and produce electronic slide presentations using various applications and platforms.

It applies to individuals employed in a range of work environments who design electronic presentations. They may work as individuals providing administrative support within an enterprise, or may be responsible for production of their own electronic presentations.

Topics:
  1. Prepare to create presentation
  2. Create presentation
  3. Finalise presentation
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • adhere to organisational requirements and strategies when creating electronic presentations including:
    • ergonomic requirements
    • energy and resource requirements
  • adhere closely to task requirements:
    • following designated timelines
    • achieving consistency of design and layout
    • ensuring correct editing and style requirements
  • use advanced software features
  • communicate effectively with personnel
  • print and store presentation
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • key provisions of relevant legislation, standards and codes that affect aspects of business operations
  • how design features affect the readability and appearance of electronic presentations
Nominal hours = 20 hours

BSBMKG413 Promote products and services

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to coordinate and review the promotion of an organisation’s products and services.

It applies to individuals with a broad knowledge of the promotion of products and services specific to an organisation. They may have responsibility to provide guidance or to delegate aspects of these tasks to others.

Topics:
  1. Plan promotional activities
  2. Coordinate promotional activities
  3. Review and report on promotional activities
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • identify the context for the promotional activities including:
    • relevant legislation/regulations
    • organisation's goals, objectives, systems, policies and procedures
    • budget and timelines
    • marketing needs and, if defined, marketing plans
    • objectives of the promotional activities
  • consult with relevant stakeholders to plan promotional activities to meet objectives, budget and timelines
  • coordinate promotional activities including:
    • allocation of personnel, roles and responsibilities
    • sourcing other resources and promotional products as appropriate
    • use of networks and relationships
  • analyse feedback and data to evaluate the effectiveness of planning processes and promotional activities and make recommendations on future directions of promotional activities
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • the legislative and regulatory context of the organisation as relevant to the marketing plan
  • the planning processes for organising promotional activities
  • the organisation's marketing objectives and how they support the overall business objectives
  • how common promotional activities could be used to support the marketing objectives with reference to:
    • advertising
    • client functions
    • employee functions
    • media announcements
    • product launches
    • web pages
Nominal Hours: 40

BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and others

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to work in a manner that is healthy and safe in relation to self and others and to respond to emergency incidents. It covers following work health and safety (WHS) and emergency procedures and instructions, implementing WHS requirements and participating in WHS consultative processes.

It applies to individuals who require a basic knowledge of WHS to carry out work in a defined context under direct supervision or with some individual responsibility, in a range of industry and workplace contexts.

Topics:
  1. Work safely
  2. Implement work safety requirements
  3. Participate in WHS consultative processes
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • follow all relevant procedures and instructions relating to work health and safety (WHS) and emergency incidents
  • identify and report hazards to designated personnel
  • contribute to WHS consultative processes
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • workplace safety procedures and instructions including:
    • systems and equipment
    • routine work operations
    • personal protective equipment (PPE)
    • report incidents and injuries
  • emergency procedures including those for fires and incidents
  • commonly used hazard signs and safety symbols
  • duty holder responsibilities, as specified in WHS Acts, regulations and codes of practice, of:
    • self and fellow workers
    • persons conducting businesses or undertakings (PCBUs)
    • officers
    • others in the workplace
  • difference between hazards and risks
  • WHS hazards that may be present in the workplace, the harm they can cause and how this harm occurs
  • process of hazard identification and risk reduction
Nominal Hours: 20

BSBADM307 Organise schedules

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to manage appointments and diaries for personnel within an organisation, using manual and electronic diaries, schedules and other appointment systems.

It applies to individuals employed in a range of work environments who provide administrative support to teams and individuals.

Topics:
  1. Establish schedule requirements
  2. Manage schedules
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • appropriately manage the schedules of various individuals through a process of careful planning and negotiation
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • key provisions of relevant legislation, standards and codes that affect aspects of business operations or the achievement of team goals
  • organisational requirements for managing appointments for personnel within the organisation
  • range of appointment systems that could be used
  • important considerations when managing the schedules of others
Nominal hours = 15 hours

BSBITU315 Purchase goods and services online

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to use e-commerce to procure goods and services in a business context. This includes the ability to undertake a range of online buy-side transactions, including banking, and purchasing products and services.

It applies to individuals who are skilled operators and apply a broad range of competencies in various work contexts. They may exercise discretion and judgement using appropriate theoretical knowledge of engaging in e-commerce to provide technical advice and support to a team.

Topics:
  1. Identify suitable suppliers online
  2. Procure goods or services online
  3. Maintain records of online transactions
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • adhere to organisational requirements when assessing an online service provider
  • adhere to organisational requirements when performing online transactions including:
    • reporting faults to service provider
    • checking accuracy of products/services delivered
  • maintain records according to organisational policy and procedures
  • review effectiveness of online transactions
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • key provisions of relevant legislation that affect aspects of business operations
  • policies and procedures relating to use of internet and online purchasing
  • service provider requirements
  • legal and ethical requirements relating to a range of online transactions
Nominal hours = 40 hours

BSBITU307 Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to develop keyboard skills with speed and accuracy using touch-typing techniques.

It applies to individuals operating in a range of environments who are required to enter text and data with speed and accuracy. Individuals may provide administrative support within an organisation, or may be technical/knowledge experts responsible for production of their own word processed documents.

Topics:
  1. Use safe work practices
  2. Identify and develop keyboard skills
  3. Check accuracy
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will:
  • develop keyboard speed and accuracy in accordance with workplace, ergonomic, and work health and safety requirements
  • complete a minimum of two 5-minute keyboarding speed and accuracy timings with at least 98% accuracy
  • accurately proofread and amend documents
Demonstrate knowledge of:
  • key provisions of work health and safety (WHS) legislation that impact developing keyboard skills
  • ergonomic requirements applicable to developing keyboard skills
Nominal hours = 50 hours

You will be assessed for these units of competency using a variety of tasks to assess your understanding and skills. A virtual session means you will be one on one with your assessor either answering questions or taking part in a role play, just as you would do in any classroom, only we do it online.

All of our assessments are marked by your assessor within ten (10) working days following the day you submitted your work. You have three (3) attempts for each assessment task to achieve a satisfactory outcome (100% pass mark), with your assessor giving you detailed feedback following each submission.

The type of assessment used in each unit is listed below.

Unit Written
Activities
Virtual
Classroom
Scenario/
Case study
Project/
Report
BSBFIA302 Process payrollWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBFIA303 Process accounts payable and receivableWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBITU313 Design and produce digital text documentsWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBITU306 Design and produce business documentsWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case StudyProject/Report
BSBITU314 Design and produce spreadsheetsWritten ActivitiesVirtual Classroom
BSBCUS301 Deliver and monitor a service to customersWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBWRT301 Write simple documentsVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBITU312 Create electronic presentationsWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case StudyProject/Report
BSBMKG413 Promote products and servicesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case StudyProject/Report
BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and othersWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBADM307 Organise schedulesWritten ActivitiesVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBITU315 Purchase goods and services onlineVirtual ClassroomScenario/Case Study
BSBITU307 Develop keyboarding speed and accuracyWritten ActivitiesProject/Report

Your course access period will end on 18th March 2022. There will be no extensions or hold granted and no exceptions.

The course is self-paced so the hours of study vary from student to student and are influenced by many factors including the amount of time you are able to dedicate to your studies. That is why we give you ample course access and all the support you need. The rest is up to you!

Requirements

There are no formal requirements. However, learners will need:
  • Sufficient language, literacy and numeracy skills to complete the course
  • Basic computer skills
    • Knowledge of common computing terms and word processing
    • Proficiency with web browser software and sending/receiving e-mail including e-mail with attachment
    • Familiarity with navigating the Internet
  • Meet technology requirements

Technology requirements

  • Operating System: Windows 7 or higher (recommended); MAC OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or higher (recommended)
  • CPU: Min. of 2 GB of RAM, Min. of 2 GB of spare disk space is recommended
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz processor or higher (32-bit or 64-bit)
  • Monitor with at least 1024x768 screen resolution
  • Internet access: Minimum ADSL1 with a speed of at least 3 Mbps
  • An email address that is unique to you and that you will maintain throughout your enrolment
  • Headset (or speakers and microphone) and webcam
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher) or similar software
  • Up-to-date web browser version

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Our focus is to provide the real-world skills and knowledge that you need to advance your career, fulfil your goals and achieve success in the workplace. No matter what course you choose, here at AOT you will receive the assistance and support that will help make your study time convenient, manageable and worthwhile. The benefit of studying with us is that you don't have to schedule your time to attend face-to-face classroom sessions. You can study at times convenient to you in your own home or anywhere that suits your learning style. To support you in your study we provide:

Live chat

Trainer support available whilst you are studying 7am – 9pm AEST (Mon to Fri).

Contact us form

Contact us at any time using the Contact us form found within your course to create support tickets.

Mentoring sessions

You can book unlimited appointments with a trainer to discuss the learning material, assessment expectations, or assessment feedback.

Virtual classroom sessions

This can be booked with your trainer for specific assessments.

Course induction

You are provided with a course induction tutorial and you may also request for a Learner Support Officer to personally take you through the sauceLMS and your course.

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