This business course offers the focused skills and broad knowledge base to help you stand out from the rest in applying solutions to a diverse set of business problems and evaluating information from a variety of sources. This certificate IV qualification in business can open the doors to a variety of business administration roles, including Office Administrator, Office Manager, Executive Personal Assistant, Project Assistant, Project and Program Administrator, and Accounts Supervisor, and many more. Once you have completed Certificate IV in Business Administration, you can also enroll in the BSB50215 – Business Administration Diploma in Australia.
Entry to the Certificate IV business course requires;
- A qualification at the Certificate III level or equivalent studies in business.
- English proficiency to Year 11 or equivalent.
- Minimum 2 years of experience in a position involving the use of paperwork and communication.
The intake begins every month. For more information, please contact our KVCC Global Administration Team.
Course structure and units
Modes of Study
The Modes of Study include classroom-based structured learning activities, including additional support and one-on-one coaching forum discussions. Students have the opportunity for online interaction with their teacher and other learners, as well as additional support and one-on-one coaching if required.
Units of study
To complete the BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business, a student should complete a minimum of 10 competency units, as shown below:
One core unit
Nine elective units, out of which five elective units can be selected from the list provided in the BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business Administration.
Four elective units can be chosen from the list provided in the BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business Qualification, or from any officially approved training program or accredited course at the same qualification grade.
If one of your preferred elective unit options is not included in BSB40215 Certificate IV, either Certificate III or Diploma Certification can be used to select one unit.
||Elective Units (Code)
||Monitoring and Implementation of WHS policies, programs, and procedures to meet legislative needs.
||Teams Development of qualified individuals
||Coordination and implementation of customer service strategies
||leadership at the workplace
||Service and Products Promotion
||Performance management process support
||Create a presentation
||Promoting innovation in a team environment
||Identify and apply risk management processes
Elective units must be relevant to the work environment and qualifications, maintain the integrity of the AQF alignment that contributes to a valid, industry-supported professional outcome as well as be approved by the Polytechnic.
A variety of tools such as student portfolios, thesis, papers, interview, role-play, practical remarks, case study, questioning, and written tests, will be used to determine the competence of all business units.
All students who complete the above-mentioned units of competency will qualify for Certificate IV in Business. Students will receive a declaration of achievement only after the completion of the individual skills units.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Students with prior experience, expertise, and knowledge acquired from formal study or training in the relevant areas of business may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) within two weeks of the start of the course. Having this recognition (RPL) or credit transfer (CT) can help you reduce the overall duration of Certificate IV in business administration.