Practical, on-the-job experience? Check. Technical trade knowledge? You’ve got it. Now you want to go into business for yourself. But how do you know you’re ready?
The Small Business Self-Starter course provides you with the practical knowledge, tips and tools you need to scope what your new business could look like.
What you’ll learn
- How to figure out and package up your business services;
- To describe and pitch your business idea to important stakeholders (investors or loan providers);
- Researching tips for your business idea to ensure it’s viable;
- How to identify and manage potential risks;
- To determine the resources you’ll need to get started;
- Why establishing relationships with suppliers and other key people is critical.
This course is ideal for
- Final year apprentices who plan to work for themselves after completing;
- Qualified tradies who want to move from employee to business owner;
- New small business operators who want to back up their experience with practical skills and knowledge.
This course includes the unit of competency:
- BSBSMB302 Develop a micro business proposal
Students who choose to complete the course assessment may gain credit towards the nationally accredited BSB30315 Certificate III in Micro Business Operations offered by MiTraining.