Boost your business career - MEGT Institute ? Boost your business career ... Project Officer

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Boost your business careerBoost your career with our nationally accredited BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business program that will develop your skills to administerbusiness practices across a wide range of industries. You will develop your abilities in leadership, analysis, customer-focus, problem solvingand office IT.MEGT Institute provides flexible training in our clients workplaces across most of Australia, structured to meet the needs of students andtheir employer.Practical SkillsLearn to organise meetings, analyse and present information,administer operational plans promote innovation, developteams and individuals, report on financial activity, fostercustomer service, develop marketing strategies and becomecapable to use advanced Microsoft Excel skills.Employment Outcomes Project Officer Administrator Admin. Assistant Accounts Clerk Customer ServiceCertificate IV in BusinessCourse code: BSB4021513 Provider Code 3945 MEGT (Australia) Ltd trading as MEGT Institute ABN 85 006 266 280 Information accurate as at Tuesday, December 20, 2016Delivery Mode Location Study Mode Start Date DurationWorkplaceDeliveryACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA Contact us 12 to 24 months/contact code Units of competencyCoreBSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures andprograms to meet legislative requirementsElectiveBSBADM405 Organise meetingsBSBADM409 Coordinate business resourcesBSBCMM401 Make a presentationBSBCUS401 Coordinate implementation of customer service strategiesBSBCUS402 Address customer needsBSBCUS403 Implement customer service standardsBSBFIA402 Report on financial activityBSBINN301 Promote innovation in a team environmentBSBITA401 Design databasesBSBITS401 Maintain business technologyBSBITU401 Design and develop complex text documentsBSBITU402 Develop and use complex spreadsheetsBSBITU404 Produce complex desktop published documentsBSBLED401 Develop teams and individualsBSBMKG413 Promote products and servicesBSBMKG414 Undertake marketing activitiesBSBREL401 Establish networksBSBRES401 Analyse and present research informationBSBSUS401 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainablework practicesBSBWRT401 Write complex documentsBSBFIA401 Prepare financial reportsBSBADM406 Organise business travelBSBWOR404 Develop work prioritiesRecognition of Prior Learning (RPL)Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process where a student maybe granted credit or partial credit towards a qualification inrecognition of skills and knowledge gained through workexperience, life experience and/or formal training.MEGT Institute offers all students the opportunity to apply for SkillsRecognition at enrolment in the course.Entry requirementsDomestic students must have completed Year 10 or equivalent, orhave relevant industry experience. All entrants into this program willneed to provide evidence of:some vocational experience assisting or supportingindividuals or teams in a range of environments orcompetence in the majority of units from a BSB30115Certificate III in Business or other relevant qualification Students must complete a study skills assessment for basic literacyand numeracy.Training and assessment methodsA combination of class group learning, texts and workbooks, groupdiscussions, practical activities, simulations and written questioningare used in a structured learning environment. Some units may becompleted by e-learning. Assessment methods are conductedthrough simulations, questions and discussion and projects, andcase studies are used to demonstrate competence.Fees and fundingFor the latest information on our course fees please visit our There are different types of Governmentfunding available to assist you when you are studying. These varyfrom state to state. Eligibility criteria apply.13 Provider Code 3945 MEGT (Australia) Ltd trading as MEGT Institute ABN 85 006 266 280 Information accurate as at Tuesday, December 20, 2016