Some information about a course I will be teaching from next week. Places still available!
Venue: Springvale Learning and Activities Centre (SLAC),
1 Osborne Avenue, Springvale, VIC; ph: 03 9547 2647; email: email@example.com
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- Produce own business plan including marketing, financial, risk and people management.
- Career pathways: start own business, management roles within a small business environment.
- Training pathways: BSB40407 Certificate 4 in Small Business Management.
- 20 weeks part time one day a week on Wednesdays, 10am-3pm.
Fees and bookings:
Fees are low and bookings are essential as class sizes are small and places are limited. For more information on fees (paying in instalments is possible) and to book your place please contact Springvale Learning and Activities Centre on 03 9547 2647.
For more information about the course you can either leave a comment for me or email SLAC at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Are you thinking of starting a small business but don’t know where to start? Or even what’s involved?
Perhaps you would like to work as a manager in a small organisation and you need some management skills in business planning, managing a small team, organising marketing, setting financial goals and budgets, or promoting innovation?
Maybe you would like to apply for the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) with this great business idea you have, but you speak English as a second language and you find business English and the Aussie business culture hard to understand?
Or maybe you are already running a business and would like to organise yourself better by writing a business plan?
If you are interested in small business but find the idea or process of running a small business scary, daunting or confusing then this is the course for you. Taught in small groups in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, this course is designed to build a bridge between people starting out in small business management and / or planning and the world of small business management. During the course we will unpack and discuss important areas of running a small business and by the end of the course you will have written a basic business plan, increased your confidence in taking on the world of business, understand how to do things like market research, reading financial reports and making a risk management plan. This course is especially good for folks who speak English as a second language – most of the people who come to SLAC speak English as a second language and I have planned the course so that I can help people feel more comfortable with writing, researching and reading business information in English.
Small Business Basics Course is a Learn Local course supported by Adult Further Community Education.