BSB41915 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)

Students who undertake the BSB41915 Certificate IV in Business (Governance) will learn a variety of hands-on practical  skills, including the roles and responsibilities of board members, strategic planning, protecting culture,  working with management, organisational finances, policy development and community leadership which  can be applied to the day-to-day management and governance of the organisation.

Course Description

BSB41915 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)

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What is this course?

Students who undertake the BSB41915 Certificate IV in Business (Governance) will learn a variety of hands-on practical  skills, including the roles and responsibilities of board members, strategic planning, protecting culture,  working with management, organisational finances, policy development and community leadership which  can be applied to the day-to-day management and governance of the organisation.

Who is this course suited to?

The course provides graduates with the competency and skills to become effective members of Boards and Management Committees of Indigenous community organisations. The course will also interest those who  are working in or are members of a community organisation or are interested in a career in management.

Program Duration & Schedule

Tranby programs are delivered over a series of face-to-face training sessions (‘blocks’) of five days’ duration (Monday to Friday). Blocks are usually held 5 to 8 weeks apart, with a total of between 5 and 8 blocks, depending on the program. Delivery programs vary, to meet the needs of individual class groups whether it be Block release or on location weekly classes. Program duration will vary accordingly.

Students are also required to spend at least 15 hours per week between blocks undertaking research, reading and assessment activities.

Assessments must be submitted prior to the subsequent block.

Units of Competency

  • BSBATSIC411 Communicate with the community
  • BSBATSIC412 Maintain and protect cultural values in the organisation
  • BSBATSIL411 Undertake the roles and responsibilities of a board member
  • BSBATSIL413 Review and apply the constitution
  • BSBATSIL503 Manage conflict
  • BSBATSIM416 Oversee organisational planning
  • BSBATSIM417 Implement organisational plans
  • BSBATSIM418 Oversee financial management
  • BSBATSIM419 Contribute to the development and implementation of organisational policies
  • BSBATSIM421 Support a positive and culturally appropriate workplace culture
  • BSBATSIW416 Obtain and manage consultancy services
  • BSBATSIW514 Represent your organisation

Costs

Travel and accommodation for students travelling to Sydney is provided in accordance with Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet ‘Away from Base’ guidelines. This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.  ABSTUDY support is based on individual circumstances.

 

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