Advanced Diploma of Business
This qualification is representative of the various Business Services job roles. These people could be held accountable for general management.
People in these positions perform difficult tasks in specialised fields of expertise. For example, they might conduct technical research and analysis and frequently help determine the work area’s strategic direction.
The roles of people in various Business Services job roles are reflected in the BSB60120 Advanced Diploma of Business. These people could be held accountable for general management. People in these positions perform difficult work in specialized fields of knowledge. They may conduct technical research and analysis and frequently help determine the work area’s strategic direction. The qualification is appropriate for those overseeing and leading a team or work area (including managing staff performance and making staffing decisions).
It includes 5 core and 5 elective units.
BSBCRT611 – Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving. Core
BSBFIN601 – Manage organisational finances. Core
BSBOPS601 – Develop and implement business plans. Core
BSBSUS601 – Lead corporate social responsibility. Core
BSBTEC601 – Review organisational digital strategy. Core
BSBSTR602 – Develop organisational strategies. Elective
BSBLDR601 – Lead and manage organisational change. Elective
BSBSTR601 – Manage innovation and continuous improvement. Elective
BSBMKG621 – Develop organisational marketing strategy. Elective
BSBTEC501 – Develop and implement an e-commerce strategy. Elective
There are restrictions on the number of students who can access a programme at once; institution-based programmes are restricted to 24 students. However, the full course will be made available to a student. You’ll be prepared to pursue various career paths, including computer technician or help desk officer positions, by exploring the technical and transferable abilities required for an IT job.
What will you learn?
Participants will leave this course with the knowledge and abilities necessary to secure employment in various professional fields. The learnings include:
- Manage organizational finances
- Develop and implement business plans
- Review digital strategies
- Provide leadership
Possible career opportunities after an Advanced Diploma of Business?
Here are the career options for you after completing the BSB60120 Advanced Diploma of Business course:
- Business Manager
- Business Analyst
- Senior Executive
- Business Development Director
Advanced Business Diploma Course Detail
We recognize Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), which credits your enrolled qualification course with the knowledge and skills acquired through prior education and work experience. This could be done through formal or informal training, which might earn you credit toward your degree. The Student Handbook contains more information. In addition, you might choose to enroll in the AIBTE Diploma of Business with the Advanced Diploma of Business to pursue additional potential career opportunities.
Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving
This unit is for those whose jobs necessitate them to think creatively and analytically to devise systematic approaches to resolving difficult organisational problems. People in these positions have a lot of leeways to make decisions on their own and may be tasked with higher-stakes, atypical projects at work. These people typically oversee a certain department or departmental unit.
Manage organisational finances
The competencies involved in financial planning, forecasting, and reporting are outlined in this unit. It is for managers responsible for the overall budget and resource management of a company, department, or another organisational unit. It’s comprehensive in that it addresses every facet of managing money generally. In a larger firm, this activity would be assisted by specialists in financial management.
Develop and implement business plans
This lesson outlines the competencies to steer a company through creating and executing a business strategy. This unit is for those in charge of an organisation or who have a pivotal role in its day-to-day operations and ultimate success. These people may be responsible for directing the efforts of multiple departments and managers.
Lead corporate social responsibility
This competency highlights the knowledge and abilities needed to consult with stakeholders while formulating, to enforce, and assessing a company’s CSR policy. This course is intended for those in managerial positions across industries who set up their organisations for sustainable growth and success.
Review organisational digital strategy
This unit explains the skills and knowledge required to examine an organisation’s digital strategy and determine if it is accomplishing its objectives according to relevant performance metrics. This unit is for those who are accountable for checking in on an organisation’s digital strategy to ensure it’s still on track with its goals.
Develop an organisational marketing strategy
Unit members are senior marketing experts tasked with setting the overall strategic tone for a company’s marketing department. Marketing managers are responsible for analysing data from both the internal and external business and marketing environments, assessing the effectiveness of current marketing efforts, anticipating and capitalising on opportunities presented by shifting market conditions, and developing an overarching marketing strategy. This is because individuals operating at this level typically use data obtained by others working under their direct and indirect supervision at lower levels of the organisation.
Facilitate stakeholder engagement
Program managers and those in charge of multiple projects at once can benefit from this module (a program). Within their authority, they are accountable for not just their own but also the program’s and, in some cases, the team’s output. It’s possible for people in this position to work for a company, an organisation, or as independent contractors.
Ensure a safe workplace for a work area
Individuals in various settings who have or will have WHS responsibilities as part of their management function are eligible to enrol in this course. As those terms are used in WHS laws, people conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) and officers are among those who will find this information useful.
Develop and maintain strategic business networks
This unit is for those who have a major say in the day-to-day operations and outcomes of their team, department, or organisation. Work at this level typically involves the use of a wide variety of complicated methods and procedures, as well as the use of extensive discretion and judgement in the form of various approaches to problem-solving and decision-making.
Manage knowledge and information
This unit is for those accountable for ensuring key business data is easily accessible, so that performance can be evaluated and the organisation can run smoothly. Business performance data, consumer feedback, statistical data, and financial data are just a few of the many information assets that might benefit from this method.
Identify and evaluate emerging technologies and practices
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to identify emerging technologies and practices in the ICT sector and evaluate their potential impact on organisational practices.
Develop personal work priorities
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to plan and prioritise own work tasks. It also addresses the skills and knowledge to monitor and obtain feedback on personal work performance.
You will gain individual certificates after completing each course