Managerial course Queensland

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BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business (QBCC approved managerial course)

Staysafe Industry Training are proud recipients of Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funding for the BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business.

A student contribution fee of $55.00 is required prior to completion of the course.  CSQ subsidy maximum amount is $360.00 per eligible participant.  This program starts on 01 October 2017 and ends on 30 September 2018.

This course is Class based only. Days are flexible which includes, Saturday and Sunday.

Staysafe Industry Training is responsible for the quality of training and assessment to comply with the Australian Qualification Skills Authority standards. Where deemed competent in the BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business, will be awarded with a statement of attainment in partial completion of the CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building).

You have the opportunity of more than one re-attempt at assessment should the decision be not yet satisfactory or not yet competent, however, if you are not happy with the final outcome of assessment, you are entitled to access the complaints and appeals process indicated under the home tab.

Prior to enrolment, download a copy of the student handbook where you will find information on our refunds policy and procedure, page 15 and complaints and appeals policy on page 16 of the handbook. These policies are also available as a download under the home tab. In addition, download a copy of the learner rights information under the home tab on our website, which indicates what will happen should Staysafe Industry Training not be able to provide the agreed services you have enrolled into.

Educational support services available to you includes: Language, Literacy and numeracy (LLN) such as an LLN assessment, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), Credit Transfer (CT), Reasonable adjustment of Assessment, Customisation and contextualisation of the Qualification and one on one mentoring.

The QBCC approved managerial course is broken down into 4 parts and covers content such as:

  1. Researching and investigating the right business structure for your business needs
  2. Taxation requirements and other compliance requirements
  3. Contracts including commercial property lease agreements and insurance needs
  4. Analysis of external and internal risks to business

The class based course, will take you through the student workbook and activities as well as a theory and practical assessment.

To obtain a trade contractor, site supervisor or nominee supervisor license, you will need to take a copy of your Certificate III qualification and small business management course statement of attainment to QBCC with the required application and fees.

Eligibility criteria for Construction Skills Queensland subsidy

To be eligible to access Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) programs participants can be either an existing who has a one month or more employment relationship with their Employer. The working relationship can be built up through full-time, part-time or casual employment or engagement as a contract worker, an eligible worker; or an unemployed eligible worker who has been unemployed for a period of not greater than 6 months that would otherwise meet the requirements of an eligible worker and;

  1. Must be a permanent resident of Queensland or be permanently employed in Queensland
  2. Must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or a holder of a refugee or humanitarian visa
  3. Must not be an employee of any Authority, (excluding employees of an Indigenous Council that is a Principal Contractor), or an apprentice or trainee as defined in the Further Education and Training Act 2014 or currently enrolled and participating in a school program or contracted trainers and assessors or existing workers of any RTO or already funded by an Authority or other such source for delivery of the same training being undertaken as part of this program ; those Participants seeking a Verification of Competency (or Determination of Competency) services.
  4. Must sign a consent at enrolment which indicates from each Participant to enable Construction Skills Queensland to contact the Participant for the purposes of including but not limited to:

a Review; and

b. conducting Destination Surveys.

Download a copy of the student handbook at enrolment so that you can view our policies and procedures including our complaints and appeals policy page 16, refunds policy page 15. Also, refer to the refunds page under the home tab. In addition, read the information on Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) subsidy amounts for the short courses on pages 7-9 of the handbook.

Download the student handbook
Part 1 – Verification of identity
Part 2 – Eligibility and suitability CSQ short course
Part 3 – Employer eligibility form
Part 4 – Skills assessment
Part 5 – Enrolment
Part 6 – Written consent
CSQ subsidy amount

How to enrol online into the QBCC approved managerial course

This course is class based. There is no limit on the number of students per class, no waiting till class numbers fill, book in a day and time that suits you. I will travel to where you are to deliver training. Training can be done during the week or on weekends. Classes are usually one on one. It will take one day to go through the assessment activities and final assessment. On successful completion of the course you will receive a statement of attainment via email and a printed copy is sent out to you in the mail.

Part 1 – You are required to submit two forms of ID so that it can be verified that you permanently reside in Queensland or you permanently work in Queensland. A copy of the back and front of your drivers licence and the front of your medicare card would be sufficient. If you don’t have either, two other forms of identification is required in the dropbox list. To establish a USI, I will need either a copy of your drivers licence, medicare card, australian passport, visa or immicard as indicated in the enrolment form. You can upload files through the form.

Part 2 – As part of the eligibility criteria, please complete the employer information form and click on the submit button. This form is to ensure that you meet the Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) eligibility criteria to access CSQ subsidised training.

Part 3 – Complete the employer eligibility form prior to enrolment to determine your eligibility and suitability to the program. Once completed and submitted, Staysafe will review this form and respond within 1 working day on your eligibility to progress with enrolment.

Part 4 – After you have completed parts 1-3 of the pre-enrolment process, take the skills assessment to determine your level of experience.

Part 5 – Complete the enrolment form and/or pay your student contribution fees. An email will be automatically generated and sent to contact@sitedu.com.au and to your nominated email

Part 6 – The written consent document must be signed as part of the enrolement process to acknowledge that at some stage during the program period. Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) may conduct an audit of Staysafe Industry Training (SIT) to ensure compliance against its contractual obligations as set out in the Agreement between SIT and CSQ to enable CSQ to contact the Student for the purposes of including but not limited to:

  1. a Review; and
  2. conducting Destination Surveys

The form is to be downloaded, signed, dated and returned via email to contact@sitedu.com.au

Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) subsidy amount per participant

Each eligible participant will be subsidised by CSQ at the total amount of $360.00

Course fees:

A student contribution fee of $55.00 is required prior to completion of the course. A statement of attainment will not be issued until the student contribution fee has been paid.

Refunds

Student contribution fees will be refunded in accordance with our policy and procedure on page 15 of the student handbook.