BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration, this qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply a broad range of competencies in a varied work context using some discretion, judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge. They may provide technical advice and support to a team.
BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration
After completing this course you can pursue a career as a:
- Accounts Clerk
- Accounts Payable Clerk
- Junior Personal Assistant
- Office Administrator
There are no designated entry requirements for this course.
However preferred pathways into the qualification for candidates considering this qualification include:
- BSB20115 – Certificate II in Business or
- Vocational experience assisting in a range of support roles without formal business qualifications.
To successfully complete this qualification, you require 13 units of competence. These 13 units are comprised of 2 core units which are compulsory and 11 elective units.
The units of competence shown below have been selected by Formation Training based on the course purpose. They are shown in the recommended study order.
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|BSBWHS201||Contribute to health & safety of self and others|
|BSBFIA303||Process accounts payable and receivable|
|BSBFIA304||Maintain a general ledger|
|BSBITU303||Design and produce text documents|
|BSBITU306||Design and produce business documents|
|BSBCMM301||Process customer complaints|
|BSBWRT301||Write simple documents|
|BSBCUS301||Deliver and monitor a service to customers|
|BSBDIV301||Work effectively with diversity|
|BSBINM302||Utilise a knowledge management system|
|BSBITU307||Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy|
This course has been designed to be delivered over 12 months.
Course tuition and related fees may vary depending on unit selections and individual student preferences.
Please Contact Formation Training’s Administration Officer for Course Cost Detail:
Phone: 1300 889 134
The following occupations relate to this qualification.
- General Clerk (ANZSCO code: 531111)
Further information about this occupation can be obtained from Job Outlook
Labour market information provided by the Department of Employment.
|Accounts Officer||Accounts Officers perform duties including accounts payable (ie fees, rents, utilities and other amounts owed by businesses) and receivable (i.e. requesting, recording and receiving payments owed to businesses), cashier, preparation of trial balance, EFT and e-business, and purchases and sales.|
|Administration Officer||Administration Officers carry out general administrative tasks. This may include producing documents from notes or shorthand, assisting other staff in general duties, handling colleague or client enquiries, maintaining databases, scheduling, and managing records and basic accounts.|
|Bookkeeper||Bookkeepers work within a business, where they establish and maintain accounting systems, assist with Business Activity Statements and other office taxes, supervise the payroll system, and develop finance management systems for organisations.|
|Clerical Officer||Clerical Officers perform a range of clerical duties in an office environment. They maintain records, deal with and write correspondence, use computer technology, produce business documents, organise office resources, and manage their own work priorities and financial records.|
|Freight Documentation Clerk||Freight Documentation Clerks verify and maintain records of incoming and outgoing goods in a warehouse or distribution centre, and prepare goods for dispatch.|
|Human Resources Clerk||Human Resources Clerks maintain and update personnel records. They deal with information such as transfer and promotion details, employee leave, salaries, superannuation and taxation, qualifications and training.|
|Junior Personal Assistant||Junior Personal Assistants perform clerical, secretarial and typing duties for professionals, managers and executives. They may screen telephone and personal callers, book and record appointments, operate office equipment, process mail and filing, draft letters and reports, and transcribe data from recordings.|
|Legal Receptionist||Legal Receptionists carry out general office and receptionist duties in legal firms. They receive deliveries; distribute mail; and act as the first point of contact for the firm’s clients. They may be responsible for keeping a visitor record, including information on meetings, tradesmen and transport arrangements.|
|Office Administration Assistant
||Office Administration Assistants perform a broad range of administrative tasks in offices. They may deal with reception or customer service, complaints, mail handling, payment of accounts, data entry and preparation of business documents.|
|Payroll Officer||Payroll Officers process the payroll for all personnel, and also process payments and direct debits associated with superannuation, sick leave and other claims. They are also often required to assist with other accounting duties and payments processing.|
|Receptionist||Receptionists act as the first point of contact for visitors to businesses. They meet and greet clients, organise and set up meeting rooms and catering, operate switchboards, and deal with deliveries and tradesmen. They may also perform basic administrative duties.|
|Word Processing Operator||Word Processing Operators transcribe, type, edit and print documents. They use computers with word-processing software applications and printers.|