It applies to individuals who have managerial responsibilities which include overseeing the management of financial and other resources across a business unit, a series of business units or teams, or an organisation. It covers all areas of broad financial management. In a larger organisation this work would be supported by specialists in financial management.
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this course.
This course is beneficial to participants in the following sectors:
– Transport and Logistics Sector
– Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Sector
– Resources and Infrastructure Sector
– Health Sector
– Financial Services Sector
– Creative Arts and Culture Sector
– Correctional Services Sector
– Property Services Sector
– Construction, Plumbing and Services Sector
– Community Services Sector
– Business Services Sector
– Australian Meat Processing Sector
– Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Sector
Upon completion of this course, participants will possess adequate skill in:
– Service Management Skill Set
Management and Leadership – Management
Section 1: Develop business plan
Section 2: Monitor performance
Section 3: Respond to performance data
Evidence of the ability to:
– Analyse and research business vision, mission, values, objectives, goals, competitors, financial targets, management arrangements, marketing approaches and strategic, business and operational plans.
– Write a business plan which includes a description of the business, products and services, financial, physical and human resource requirements, permit and licence requirements, marketing activity, financial indicators, productivity and performance targets for key result areas.
– Implement a business plan including ensuring skilled labour is available, and that training is provided where appropriate.
– Monitor and respond to business performance including evaluation of performance against key results indicators including profit and loss, community awareness or branding, environmental impact, governance, quality, sales, triple bottom line and the workforce.
– Consult, communicate with and report to key stakeholders including business partners, financiers, customers, staff and technical advisers.
– Provide an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of a business plan.