Diploma of Business Administration - BSB50415
Face-to-face duration: 8 days
Nominal Hours: 420 hours (64 hours face-to-face + 356 hours self-paced learning and assessment)
Qualification completion timeframe: 12 months
The Diploma of Business Administration will equip participants with the essential knowledge, skills and attributes to administer business operations in the workplace. Participants may already have technical qualifications but need additional business administration skills to advance their careers.
This is a practical, hands-on course which develops entrepreneurial and modern approaches to managing people/teams, managing meetings and conferences, managing administrative systems and documents and managing projects.
This course is for people who want to develop the required knowledge and skills to effectively operate in a variety of business settings, and who are seeking to further develop their skills across a wide range of administration functions.
Units of Competency
- Manage meetings - BSBADM502
- Plan and manage conferences - BSBADM503
- Plan and implement administrative systems - BSBADM504
- Manage business document design and development - BSBADM506
- Undertake project work - BSBPMG522
- Manage people performance - BSBMGT502
- Manage quality customer service - BSBCUS501
- Lead and manage team effectiveness - BSBWOR502
Individuals with various job titles including:
- administration managers
- general office managers
- office managers
This course includes foundation skills as prescribed in each unit of competency. Foundation skills are a combination of English language, literacy and numeracy skills (LLN) - listening, speaking, reading, digital literacy and use of mathematical ideas, together with employability skills such as collaboration, problem solving, self-management, learning, and information and communication technology (ICT) skills required for participation in modern workplaces and contemporary life.
The course will be delivered over eight (8) days of face-to-face workshops and will be led by our experienced trainers.
Each session contains a student workbook that includes a series of theories and models, accompanying information, additional reading, written activities, reflective tasks and PowerPoint slides as well as the formal assessment.
We offer participants up to 12 months to complete the Institute of Management Diploma of Business Administration - BSB50415 qualification. The course can be completed earlier depending on experience and recognition of prior learning.
RPL and Credit Transfer
Institute of Management can formally recognise a student's existing level of skills and knowledge in two ways:
- Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
- Credit transfer.
The objective of the assessment process is to help students consolidate and build on the formal learning delivery of the Diploma of Business Administration course, through the application of learning into their current or future work role.
These assessments are designed to cover a range of skills and knowledge required to demonstrate achievement of the course objectives. Our aim is to collect workplace evidence on a number of occasions and in a variety of contexts and situations.
- Manage meetings.
- Plan and manage conferences.
- Plan and implement administrative systems.
- Design and develop business documents.
- Manage people performance.
- Lead and manage team effectiveness
Requirements to Receive the Qualification
This course requires the completion of eight (8) units of competency made up of 8 elective units.
Pathways from the Qualification
Advanced Diploma of Business - BSB60215 or other Advanced Diploma qualifications.
Introduction to BSB50415 Diploma of Business Administration
Plan and implement administrative systems - BSBADM504
- Plan for the new or modified administrative system
- Implement new or modified administrative system
- Monitor administrative system
Manage business document design and development - BSBADM506
- Establish documentation standards
- Manage template design and development
- Develop standard text for documents
- Develop and implement strategies to ensure the use of
- Develop and implement strategies for maintenance and
continuous improvement of standard documentation
Lead and manage team effectiveness - BSBWOR502
- Establish team performance plan
- Develop and facilitate team cohesion
- Facilitate teamwork
- Liaise with stakeholders
Manage meetings - BSBADM502
- Prepare for meetings
- Conduct meetings
- Follow up meetings
Plan and manage conferences - BSBADM503
- Plan conference
- Promote conference
- Organise conference
- Coordinate conference proceedings
- Follow up conference proceedings
Manage quality customer service - BSBCUS501
- Plan to meet internal and external customer requirements
- Ensure delivery of quality products and services
- Monitor, adjust and review customer service
Manage people performance - BSBMGT502
- Allocate work
- Assess performance
- Provide feedback
- Manage follow up
Undertake project work - BSBPMG522
- Define project and develop a project plan
- Administer and monitor the project
- Finalise and review the project