Staff wishing to study the Certificate IV Business Administration are encouraged to apply now for a scholarship, before applications close this Friday. The course enables professional staff to build essential office administration skills. Set yourself on a pathway to more senior roles with a nationally-recognised qualification.
The Certificate IV in Business Administration is a nationally recognised qualification that provides you with valuable knowledge and skills for office administration and project assistant roles. Among other administrative skills, you will learn how to arrange meetings, coordinate business resources and implement environmentally sustainable work practices.
Apply now for a scholarship which covers the full course fee to complete the Certificate. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements outlined below and be prepared to complete the Program within 18 months (or less) from commencement date. The program is due to commence in February 2017.
Professional staff who are in continuing or fixed-term (greater than two years duration) roles and are Australian citizens or hold the relevant Visa for study in Australia. Scholarship applicants must have read, understood and agreed to the Certificate IV Business Administration Policy.
The Certificate is suitable for professional staff who:
are in support roles (for example, Executive Assistant, Executive Officer or Administrative Officer) to Higher Education Worker (HEW) Level 7
have the full support of their supervisor to undertake the program as outlined in their Performance Review and Planning Program (PRP)
are committed to studying approximately 2.5 hours per week to complete the Certificate IV Business Administration within an 18 month period
Interested and eligible staff members are encouraged to complete a scholarship application form. Applications will be reviewed against the eligibility criteria and the merits of the application.
Applications should be forwarded to email@example.com or Human Resources - Capabilities and Development, North Sydney campus by no later than Friday, 13 January 2017.
For further information contact Chantal Farah, Capabilities Development Facilitator on 02 9739 2211 (ext. 2211) or via email to Chantal.Farah@acu.edu.au