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SPI South pacific institute course information english

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SPI South pacific institute course information english

  1. 1. As a student, the Institute’s Course Information Service is your first port, Please call 03 9670 0522 South Pacific Institute Course Information Business  Certificate IV in Business BSB40207 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? Build on previously learned skills or your existing business experience with this course. You will learn essential business skills such as developing text documents and spreadsheets, maintaining financial records and creating presentations. You will learn how to organize meetings, coordinate business resources and deliver customer service and various business-related subjects. This course may provide you with employment opportunities as an administrator or project officer. Relevant job titles include administrative officer, marketing or sales assistant, project officer.  Diploma of Business BSB50207 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? Build on your existing business skills or Certificate IV in Business or Marketing qualification, and enhance your career prospects with this diploma. You will gain essential business skills such as delivering customer service, maintaining financial records and producing documents. You will develop an extensive understanding of human resources and public relations principles, and learn how to monitor a safe workplace. After successful completion this course may provide you with employment opportunities such as executive officer, program consultant or program coordinator.
  2. 2. As a student, the Institute’s Course Information Service is your first port, Please call 03 9670 0522 Management  Diploma of Management BSB 51107 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? This course is suited to those who already have considerable experience in their respective industry or vocational area. This course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to manage the work of others and review and add value to management work practices. You will learn to couple an informed perspective of specific work requirements with improved management approaches. You will also gain valuable skills in customer service, financial management, management, occupational health and safety, project management, workplace effectiveness and diversity. Upon completion of this course you may find employment opportunities as a manager.  Advance Diploma of Management BSB60407 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? This advanced diploma course will prepare you for senior or management roles in a range of industries. You will develop strong management, leadership and decision making skills and receive training in organizational development, strategic planning and managing risk and change. You will develop and implement business plans, and gain skills in developing diversity policy and planning compliance management systems. You will have completed the Diploma of Business or management prior to enrolling, or have vocational experience working in a business environment, but without any formal qualifications. This course may provide you with employment opportunities as an executive officer or other supervisory/management roles.
  3. 3. As a student, the Institute’s Course Information Service is your first port, Please call 03 9670 0522 Accounting  Certificate III in Financial Service (Accounts Clerical) FNS30304 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? Develop your bookkeeping skills from first principles and improve your chances of gaining employment in accounts payable/accounts receivable, payroll, or as a cashier. You will learn bookkeeping - manual and computerized systems, preparation of financial reports (monthly and end of year), debtors and creditors, end of month processing and reconciliations, EFT/e-business, GST and BAS accounting and reporting, and document management. What job opportunities will I have? Inventory Clerks, Accounts Clerks, Payroll Clerks, Bookkeepers, Accounting Operatives, Accounts Receivable Clerks, and Accounts Payable Clerks.  Certificate IV in Financial Service (Book Keeping) FNS40207 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? The Certificate IV in Financial Services (Bookkeeping) FNS40207 offers you the opportunity to improve your career and employment prospects through gaining a nationally recognized qualification. If you are a new entrant or currently working in the industry take a proactive step in developing your knowledge and skill base prior to the introduction of legislation governing contract Bookkeepers. Our course has been designed and written by current industry professionals and accountants who understand the learning and experience required to succeed in the market. Computer based training, well developed and informative learning guides, assessment work books and a relevant comprehensive case study will prepare you for success!
  4. 4. As a student, the Institute’s Course Information Service is your first port, Please call 03 9670 0522  Diploma of Accounting FNS50204 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? If you’re looking to work in such areas as company finance and financial management projects, this course equips you with the necessary skills and reflects professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries. This qualification contributes to, but does not encompass, educational requirements for providing tax agent services. You will learn how to prepare income tax returns, financial reports for reporting entities and the process of preparing and maintaining complex budgets and forecasts. You will learn to develop and implement internal control procedures, marketing activities and financial strategies. You will also learn the skills to develop implement and measure performance management systems. This course may provide you with employment opportunities in job roles with duties such as introducing and maintaining accounting systems, maintaining internal control systems, preparing financial statements for a non-reporting entity, preparing tax returns, reporting on business performance, managing small teams, developing business plans and preparing accounting reports for management.
  5. 5. As a student, the Institute’s Course Information Service is your first port, Please call 03 9670 0522 Hospitality  Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) SIT30807 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? This course provides you with the practical skills and knowledge needed to work as a qualified commercial cook in a commercial kitchen. You will learn everything from making bread and filleting fish, to creating menus and cooking specialist dishes from recipes provided by top chefs. You will also gain a Level II First Aid certificate and be able to work as a food safety supervisor. This course may provide you with employment opportunities in small businesses or in larger kitchens. You may find work in a range of commercial kitchen environments such as hotels, restaurants, cafes, clubs, and event catering organizations, airlines, hospitals, student accommodation areas, industry cafeterias and corporate organizations.  Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) SIT40407 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? This course is designed for both new students who are interested and have a passion for cookery, and for students who have successfully completed the Certificate III In Hospitality (Commercial Cookery ) and are looking to further their skills and qualifications. This course is suitable for students who wish to complete the Certificate IV as a stepping stone to entering into the Diploma of Hospitality You will learn about the practical application of commercial kitchen operations, working in sustainable environments and leading and managing people and staff management. This course may provide you with employment opportunities as a Head Chef or owner/operator of your own enterprise.
  6. 6. As a student, the Institute’s Course Information Service is your first port, Please call 03 9670 0522  Diploma of Hospitality SIT50307 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent as a manager in any hospitality functional area. This individual would possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and be able to use a range of specialized, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work and/or the work of their team. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. The possible of job opportunities may include: as a department manager in a large hospitably enterprise, as a manager in a small hospitably enterprise. Also student may have change to be: a restaurant manager, kitchen manager or motel manager, etc.  Advanced Diploma of Hospitality SIT60307 What does this course involve? What employment opportunities will I have? Gain the management skills needed to successfully run a hospitality operation or business unit. This course will teach you how to develop and implement business plans, develop and manage marketing strategies, manage finances and ensure high quality customer service at all times. You will develop management skills, learn how to recruit, select and monitor staff and establish a safe workplace. You will receive the Food Safety Supervisor certificate which is required in all food venues under Victorian Food Hygiene legislation. After you gain operational experience (such as supervising staff), you may seek middle management positions such as a food and beverage manager, front office manager, housekeeping manager, sales and marketing manager, restaurant manager, leisure and entertainment manager and small business operator. It is recommended you work part time in the hospitality industry while completing this qualification.

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