Who is This Business Management Course for?

Get the skills you need to run your own small business with the Certificate IV in New Small Business. This course will introduce you to the principles and practice of small business management. This business management course is especially designed for those who are, or wish to become, small business owners. It is also useful for senior employees, farmers, insurance agents, bookkeepers, bank managers and anyone else who needs to learn entrepreneurial skills.


This qualification is suitable for those establishing a small business who use well developed skills and a broad knowledge base to solve a range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others, and have responsibility for the output of others.

Employment Opportunities

This course is designed for existing small business owner/managers and those intending to own their own business in the future.

Aim of Course

This nationally accredited Certificate is a comprehensive course designed to give existing and potential small business operators the edge in the skills leading to success.

It covers a range of management practices necessary to operate a small business in an increasingly complex business environment.

Learning period and Fees

20 teaching weeks + 10 weeks holiday
Total : 30 Weeks

Total Fees: AUD $ 5900.00

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Course entry requirement

For entry in this course, satisfactory completion of year 12th and IELTS band 5.5.


This is a competency based course and assessment is undertaken. The assessments may be in a one-on-one environment, or through the completion of set tasks / projects for submission. It is also based on completion of assignments, practical tests and/or examinations for each subject. We work with you and assist you to demonstrate your competency.

Qualication rules:

Four (4) core units of competence; and
Six (6) elective units,
473 teaching hours.

Certificate IV in New Small Business Units