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BSB50415 Diploma of Business Administration

Diploma of Business Administration

A BSB50415 Diploma of Business Administration will prepare you for your professional business career, exposing you to a broad range of areas including: marketing, management, accounting, statistics, computing, human resource management and finance. Be an entrepreneur, manage a company or start your own business- the career options are endless.

The Diploma of Business Administration will guide you through the steps to planning, establishing and operating a successful business. It also shows you how to achieve financial freedom and how to avoid costly mistakes assisting you in reaching your business goals.

Our program is nationally recognised and all trainers are industry experts holding tertiary qualifications.

Employment and career paths:

Accounting, banking, business administration, computing, consulting, financial management, management, marketing, recruitment and staff development.

Here are some employment examples:

Administration Manager
Administration Managers plan and oversee administrative functions for an organisation. They manage and train administration teams, and generally ensure the smooth running of their department. Within an organisation, they may oversee administrative support for corporate, financial, human resource, policy, planning, or research and development activities.
Administrators carry out and oversee administrative tasks to ensure an organisation runs smoothly. They may have specific areas of responsibility – such as human resources, budgets, accommodation and property facilities and records – or act in a more general capacity
Legal Practice Manager
Legal Practice Managers oversee the business operations of a legal practice. They manage personnel and administrative systems; identify new business opportunities; and manage accounts, records, and physical resources such as office spaces.
Office Manager
Office Managers organise and control the functions and resources of offices, such as administrative systems and office personnel. They may be involved in staff hiring, training, supervision and appraisal; maintaining information management systems; and providing budgetary and inventory information and updates to higher management

Average starting salaries

According to 2013 research conducted by Graduate Careers Australia, average national graduate starting salaries are:

Accounting: A$47,000
Business: A$46,000
Economics: A$51,400
Law: A$50,000

Subject Competencies:

BSBADM502Manage meetings
BSBADM504Plan and implement administrative systems
BSBADM506Manage business document design and development
BSBADM503Plan and manage conferences
BSBPMG522Undertake Project work
BSBCUS501Manage quality customer service
BSBINN301Promote innovation in a team performance
BSBMGT502Manage people performance


There are no entry requirements for this qualification however, a high level of English literacy is necessary. You will be required to access, read and interpret a large range of documents including training packages therefore a high level of computer competency is required. You may enrol into this course at any time and begin studying almost straight away.

Recognition of Prior learning:

Recognition is a way that you can have your knowledge and skills assessed against a Nationally Recognised Qualification or specific unit(s) of competancy.
Recognition is suitable for those that already have skills, knowledge and experience, who may not require further training and can provide documented evidence of competence in one or more units of competency. Recognition can be completed for all or part of a qualification.
Contact us if you are interested in applying for Recognition.