Certificate IV Small Business Management

The Certificate IV in Small Business Management [BSB40407] covers what is needed to establish a micro-, small to medium business in Australia. Additionally, the competencies achieved in this course can be applied in any workplace or business environment as an employee. Specifically, it covers how to:

  • Investigate and research opportunities ascertain the feasibility of a business.
  • Identify and comply with business legal and administrative requirements.
  • Develop a financial plan to support business viability.
  • Develop and implement marketing strategies
  • Monitor and improve market performance.
  • Research and develop an integrated business plan for achieving business goals and objectives.
  • Operate the business by implementing the business plan involving monitoring, managing and reviewing operational procedures.
  • Implement, monitor and review strategies for the ongoing management of finance including the day to day financial management of the business.
  • Plan and manage staff including industrial relations, staff selection, staff records, induction, training and team development to enhance business operations.

Business coaching and mentoring is also provided throughout the course.

One Response to Certificate IV Small Business Management

  1. admin says:

    “I recently completed the Certificate IV in Small Business Management with the WISE Academy. I have never participated in a course like this before so everything was new. However, regardless of whether or not participants were considering a small business or wanted to expand on their existing small business there was something for everyone to learn.

    Dion presented the course content clearly, allowed participants to share their ideas and experiences and was always available to assist. He also made sure that course participants left with a relevant list of contacts to assist with starting up a small business network. This information was valuable.

    I really enjoyed the course.” (Linda O’Connell)