BSB30415 – Certificate III in Business Administration
On completion of this course, you will be able to understand and provide services to the wide ranging Business Services sector.
Short Courses – Part Qualifications
Birrang is currently accepting enrollments in a Part Qualification course. The course will run Monday and Tuesdays for 12 weeks, 9am to 3pm
At the completion of this training, there is the potential to transition into further training. Units delivered:
BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and others
BSBDIV301 Work effectively with diversity
BSBWOR204 Use business technology
BSBWRT301 Write simple documents
BSBITU314 Design and produce spreadsheets
BSBITU313 Design and produce digital text documents
This training is funded by the NSW Government.
SMART & SKILLED INFORMATION
Birrang has been awarded a contract under Smart and Skilled to deliver Certificate III in Business Administration in the Central West region.
Eligibility and evidence requirements for government subsidised training
The NSW Government reform ‘Smart and Skilled’ changes the way courses are funded and will subsidise eligible students to study courses on the NSW Skills List.
To enrol in a Birrang course you will need to:
See if you are eligible for a NSW Government funded course. You could be if:
- you are older than 15
- live and work in NSW
- are an Australian citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder, or New
- Don’t have a qualification higher than a Certificate III.
Exemptions and concessions
When you enrol with Birrang you need to pay the student fee. If you enrol in a government subsidised course you may qualify for a fee exemption or concession.
Aboriginal Students who meet the general criteria for a Government subsidised training place will be exempt from the student fee.
Find more information on the Smart and Skilled website.
Students with a disability:
From 2016, Students who live or work in NSW who receive a disability support pension will be exempt from fees for any Smart and Skilled training they undertake. Eligible students who are dependents of Disability Support Pension recipients will also be exempt from fees for any Smart and Skilled training they undertake.
Proof of disability eligibility:
If you are seeking a fee exemption or concession on the basis of disability when you enrol, we will ask for evidence that you meet the disability eligibility criteria. This can be documentation for a Disability Support Pension or a written statement from an appropriate specialist or support professional. If you’re the dependent of a disability pension recipient, when you enrol we will ask for
evidence that Centrelink accepts you as a dependent.
If you are eligible for government-subsidised training you may be eligible for a fee Concession. Please see the list below for applicable Commonwealth benefits or allowances:
• Age Pension
• Austudy including Veterans Children Education Scheme
• Carer Payment
• Disability Support Pension
• Exceptional Circumstances Relief Payment
• Family Tax Benefit Part A (maximum rate)
• Farm Household Allowance
• Newstart Allowance
• Parenting Payment (Single)
• Sickness Allowance
• Special Benefit
• Veteran’s Affairs Pensions
• Verteran’s Children Education Scheme
• Widow Pension including Widow B Pension
• Widow Allowance
• Wife Pension
• Youth Allowance.
• Claims for exemption or concession must be made at the time you enrol for the course. Students who are recognised as the dependant child/spouse/partner of a recipient of an eligible benefit or allowance may also be eligible for the concession fee.
Concession and exemption application forms
If you are applying for a fee exemption or concession fee, you need to complete a Concession
or Exemption application form and return it with appropriate documentation to Birrang.
Forms are available upon enrolment.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Get your unique student number – a USI. You can register for your USI here. We can help you do that!
Recognition of prior learning
At Birrang we recognise that you may have skills and knowledge gained through work, life experiences and previous learning which are relevant to your course.We offer Recognition for Prior Leaning (RPL) which may reduce the amount of study required to obtain a qualification. You can find out more by talking to the trainer offering the course that interests you.
Credit transfer is the credit given towards a qualification for a unit of competency from a nationally accredited course that you have completed through formal vocation education and training.
Where you are granted a credit transfer for one or more units of competency, the qualification price is adjusted and a new student fee is determined. You can find out more by speaking with your trainer.
Fees will be dependent on whether the course is eligible for Government subsidy (i.e. if it is on the Skills List) and then whether you are individually eligible based on your specific circumstances. The Smart and Skilled website contains more information on eligibility criteria. You can find out what fee you might need to pay and your eligibility to access government subsidised training by visiting the Smart and Skilled website and using the fee calculator.
Fees for repeat attempts at units of competency
The fee you pay, or the fee exemption only covers your first attempt at your course, or the first attempt at any unit of competency within your course. A separate fee will be charged for any second or further attempt to successfully achieve a unit of competency and as this fee will be determined on your specific circumstances and training needs, this fee would not be known at time of enrolment. If you would like to repeat a unit of competency you should discuss this with your trainer as soon as possible.
Deferring, transferring or withdrawing students
You are able to defer your Subsidised Training in an Approved Qualification for up to 12 months from the date of receipt of a notice being given in writing. You can also transfer or withdraw from a course. We are committed to assisting you to continue your training where possible, and can advise you of the Fee implications of deferring your training. If you defer your training and do not
recommence training within the 12 month period you will be required to recommence the eligibility process. Come and talk to us for information to help support you in your learning.
Student support services
To support students Birrang will:
- Assess a student’s core skills during their enrolment on an as needed basis to ensure
they have adequate skills to complete the training;
- Support students during their study with training and assessment materials and
strategies that are easily understood and suitable to the level of the workplace skills
- Provide clear information to students about the detail of the core skills assistance
- Refer students to external language, literacy and numeracy support services that are
beyond the support available within Birrang and where this level of support is
assessed as necessary; and
- Negotiate an extension of time and other support arrangements to assist students to
complete training programs if necessary.
We want to see you complete your qualification, don’t hesitate to ask for help.
Consumer protection information
Birrang aims to provide an environment to support quality vocational education and training to benefit individuals, industry, business and the wider community. As a Birrang Student you have the right to:
- expect that the education and training will be consistent with the Australian Skills
Quality Authority (ASQA) regulations and Smart and Skilled Contract requirements
- be informed about personal information that is collected about you and the right to
review and correct that information
- access to Birrang feedback and complaints handling process.
With rights come responsibilities and as a student in Birrang your responsibilities include:
- providing accurate and complete information to Birrang
- behaving in a responsible and ethical manner
A copy of the Smart and Skilled Consumer Protection Strategy is available here.