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Outcomes

What you will achieve

OUTLINE

Syllabus

What you will learn

Your Future Self

Manage Personal Work Priorities

BSBWOR501

Identify your skills, strengths, passion and purpose. Find out what is your “why”? Find a mentor or network to guide you on your journey. Develop a personal plan that includes work-life balance.

Your Big Idea

Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities

BSBMKG501

Use the Lean canvas approach to develop your new business. Identify the needs and trends of your market. Assess the most attractive and profitable markets. Practise solving real-world problems.

Marketing Matters

Establish and adjust the marketing mix

BSBMKG502

Determine the ideal marketing mix to make your product stand out. Test out innovative strategies that are proven to attract customers. Keep changing the mix to get it right.

The Power of Online

Plan e-marketing communications

BSBMKG510

Explore the world of e-marketing tools and strategies. Create a strategic online marketing plan that works for your target market. Inspire your audience and build a tribe of engaged customers.

Don't Fear Sales

Develop a Sales Plan

BSBSLS501

Develop a refined sales plan for your product or service. Explore the process of setting sales targets for your business. Monitor the results and improve the plan based on your findings.

Innovate or Die

Build and sustain an innovative work environment

BSBINN502

Devise a leadership style that encourages innovation. Redefine your purpose and standards to factor in the importance of driving growth and positive change. Create a workspace where innovation can flourish.

Cash is King

Plan small business finances

BSBSMB402

Determine the cost to start your business. Set profit targets, budgets and manage cash flow. Learn how to identify the opportune time to apply for funding and how to pitch to potential investors.

Deliver Solutions

Undertake Project Work

BSBPMG522

Commence work on a new project and devise a plan that will enable you to achieve success. Discover how to remain lean and agile and recognise when to pivot. Implement the project and monitor the outcomes.

Read Between the Lines

Develop and Use Emotional Intelligence

BSBLDR511

Gain a deep understanding of your emotions and reactions. Learn to identify the emotional triggers and reactions of others, and use this skill to build stronger, more effective relationships.

Lead with Influence

Communicate with Influence

BSBLDR513

Learn how to present and negotiate to maximum effect in various situations such as work meetings or forums. Refine your ability to be agile, effective and persuasive when differing opinions are presented.

Broaden Your Horizons

Implement Diversity in the Workplace

BSBLDR504

Discover how to embrace individuals’ differences to aggregate positivity in the workplace. Understand, drive and develop an inclusive work environment that enhances employee satisfaction.

Build the Team

Manage Recruitment, Selection and Induction Process

BSBHRM506

Learn the ‘who’ and ‘how’ of attracting the talent you need in a modern environment. Market your business to a diverse and tech savvy workforce. Discover the tools and processes for building a truly motivated team.

Team Effectiveness

Lead and Manage Team Effectiveness

BSBWOR502

Discover how to support healthy conflict and manage unhealthy conflict. Learn how to bring clarity to a team so individual members understand their purpose work together cohesively to achieve goals.

Building Relationships

Lead and Manage Effective Workplace Relationships

BSBLDR502

Leverage the strengths of individual team members, and put in place the processes to allow them to do the same independent of your involvement. Support positive professional relationships in both internal and external business networks.

Cultivate Team Performance

Manage people performance

BSBMGT502

Build your ability to improve the skills and knowledge of team members. Learn to manage underperformance in all its complexities. Adapt your leadership style to suit individuals’ various complex needs.

Provide a Service Experience

Manage Quality Customer Service

BSBCUS501

Explore how to create experiences that build a connection. Discover methods for building customer relationships that go beyond a transactional approach—to successfully develop long-term customer advocates.

Manage the Strategic Direction

Manage Operational Plan

BSBMGT517

Develop a detailed operational plan outlining how your team contributes to achieving the organisation’s strategic goals. Learn how to monitor success and make strategic adjustments.

Make Your Meetings Valuable

Manage Meetings

BSBADM502

Taking part in meetings that feel unnecessary can be frustrating and demotivating. In this Volume, you will develop an understanding of how to encourage participation and create actionable outcomes as a result of your meetings, ensuring your meetings are never time ‘wasted’ by your attendees.

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FAQs

Are these programs right for me?

If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, business owner, or someone with a dream of bringing their idea into reality, then this program is for you. Our practical program takes you through the essential learning required to start, grow and lead your own purpose-driven business.

What qualifications do I get?

When you successfully complete all Original Campus Entrepreneurship units, you will receive a nationally recognised BSB50215 Diploma of Business and a BSB51918 Diploma of Leadership and Management. If you do not successfully complete all units, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units you have successfully completed.

How do I pay?

The tuition fee for the entire program is AU $16,500. There is also an enrolment fee of AU $200 and a material fee of AU $600. There are several ways to pay. Payment is due quarterly or before each term. Please note prices, intakes and payment methods are subject to change so please enquire with our admission team for detailed information.

Are my qualifications nationally recognised?

The BSB50215 Diploma of Business and the BSB51918 Diploma of Leadership & Management are nationally recognised qualifications.

Who do I get my qualifications from?

This program is offered by Original Campus Pty Ltd, trading as Original Campus, under the authority and license of Original.
Campus Pty Ltd – RTO 45322 CRICOS 03668J.

Am I eligible to do these programs?

Anyone who meets our minimum requirements for entry is eligible. If you are unsure, contact our Admissions team.

How do I find out more information?

Our experienced Admissions team can assess your personal circumstances to determine if Original Campus is right for you. Speak to them about the program units and outcomes in detail.

Are there entry requirements?

You must be at least 18 years of age and have completed year 11, Certificate IV in Vocational Education or equivalent, prior to enrolment. (which is established through interview process).

For International Students, your English language proficiency also needs to be appropriate for the program. You will also be required to meet a minimum IELTS score of 5.5. or equivalent.

Additionally, access to a computer is also required. Please refer to our Admissions team for further information.

How do I get support for my program work?

Original Campus is committed to helping you achieve successful qualification outcomes. As part of your program support, you will have a dedicated teacher who is available to assist with questions about program content and assessment tasks. Please refer to the Student Support Officer for any issues or concerns you may have that are not directly related to training and assessment.

How long will my diploma take?

Each Original Campus Diploma is offered full-time in 4 terms over 52 weeks.
Original Campus Double Diplomas will be completed over 93 weeks.

Who are Original Campus approved Education Agents?

For a full list of our approved Education Agents please see our website or enquire with our admission team.

How many hours per week am I required to study?

You are required to study 16 hours per week in the classroom plus 4 hours of additional learning in your own time. You are also required to complete assessments in your own time, which will account to approximately 10 hours study per week.

Are there any events or workshops I can attend?

It is fundamental to our approach to offer a holistic learning experience. We offer various workshops, activities and events delivered by us and in collaboration with our partners.
We aim to provide you with a chance network and share the latest trends and tools in the business and self- development space.

Where can I find information relating specifically to International Student requirements?

For more detailed information about International student life in Australia, student visas, the enrolment procedure, ESOS Framework, education agents and much more please refer to the International Student Prospectus or ask our experienced admissions team.

Is Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) available?

For candidates who have extensive experience in one or more units, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available. Please enquire with our experienced admissions team for more information.

BSB51918 Diploma of Leadership and Management

BSB50215 Diploma of Business