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History of St Patricks n Leader in the field of tertiary education since 1923 n Operated by the Sisters of Mercy until 1995 n Under the auspice of CatholicCare since 1996
2011 Sydney Campus Marlborough Street Surry Hills www.spie.edu.au
Business Courses n Diploma of Business Administration, Marketing or Business Duration:40 weeks n Certificate IV in Business Administration, Marketing or Business Duration:30 weeks n Certificate III in Business Administration Duration:20 weeks
Marketing, Business and Business Administration Courses BSB07 Training Package Anne Fairhall Director of Education
n Manage payroll n Manage meetings n Plan and manage conferences n Plan or review administration systems n Manage business document design and development n Manage quality customer service n Promote innovation in a team environment n Monitor a safe workplace Diploma of Business Administration BSB50407
Certificate IV in Business Administration BSB40507 n Organise meetings n Monitor a safe workplace n Design databases n Design and develop complex text documents n Develop and use complex spreadsheets n Analyse and present research information n Set up and operate a computerised accounting system n Prepare and produce complex legal documents n Write complex documents
Certificate III in Business Administration BSB30407 Core Units n Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy n Participate in OHS processes Administration Units n Process accounts payable and receivable n Maintain a general ledger n Maintain financial records n Organise schedules n Create electronic presentations n Design and produce text documents n Produce spreadsheets
Certificate III in Business Administration Contd Elective units n Write simple documents n Deliver and monitor a service to customers n Produce texts from audio transcription n Create and use databases n Workplacement One weeks workplacement is completed in order for the students to experience a REAL work environment. Students with the assistance of the trainer will compose a letter and send it to 10 employers in an industry that interests them, taking into consideration both the size and location of their chosen firms. The Director of Education, once a student has been accepted for Workplacement, will provide all the necessary documentation and Insurance details for the student to take with them.
Diploma of Marketing BSB51207 n Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities n Establish and adjust the marketing mix n Plan market research n Interpret market trends and developments n Implement and monitor marketing activities n Evaluate and recommend advertising media options n Plan direct marketing activities n Plan electronic marketing communication
Certificate IV in Marketing BSB41307 n Profile the market n Analyse consumer behaviour for specific markets n Conduct market research n Promote products and services n Analyse and present research information n Undertake marketing activities n Make a presentation n Write complex documents n Develop and use complex spreadsheets n Design databases
n 8 elective units –3 Advertising –3 General Administration –3 Human Resource Management –3 Public Relations –3 Marketing –3 Management –2 Event Management n or a combination of each elective area Diploma of Business BSB50207
n Monitor a safe workplace n Design databases n Develop and use complex spreadsheets n Analyse and present research information n Write complex documents n Make a presentation n Organise meetings n Promote products and services n Design and develop complex text documents Certificate IV in Business BSB40207
Competency Based Training n Assessment process –Assessment –Review –Resit n Graded assessment policy –Below 70%Not yet competent –70% - 79%Competent –80% - 89%Competent with merit –90% - 94%Competent with distinction –95% - 100%Competent with high distinction
Reporting Process n Progress report at the end of Terms 1, 2 & 3 for Diploma students n Certificate III report at completion n Certificate IV report at completion n Personal Profile –Grooming –Cooperation –Courtesy –Organisational Skills –Punctuality
University Pathway Available to Diploma graduates wishing to complete degree courses in: BACHELOR OF BUSINESS Articulation into University of New England for 12 months credit - guaranteed 48 credit points. Pathways to Australian Catholic University, University of Western Sydney.
Employment Graduate Secretarial Programs 2010 n Blake Dawson n Minter Ellison n Mallesons Stephen Jaques n Allens Arthur Robinson
Employment 2009/10 n n Police Association of NSW n n Audi Australia n n Strata Plus n n ROCG Henderson n n Network Ten n n La Salle Brothers n n Sydney Catchment Authority n n Swaab Attorneys 2009 Marketing n Clear Blue Day n Dransfield Hotels & Resorts n Holy Cow! n Flight Centre n Resolutions Design n Royal Australasian College of Surgeons n Cronos Containers
Course Fees VET FEE-HELP FOR 2011/12 for Diploma Courses VET FEE-HELP FOR 2011/12 for Diploma Courses –Study now and pay later through the taxation system n Payment – other than VET FEE-HELP –Direct debit payments at the beginning of terms 1, 2 & 3 –Variable payments on application (cash, credit card)
Additional costs n Textbooks –Certificate III in Business Administration (approximate cost $300) –Certificate IV in Business Administration or Business (approximate cost $450) –Certificate IV in Marketing (approximate cost $450) –Diploma of Business Administration or Business (approximate cost $550) –Diploma of Marketing (approximate cost $550)
Additional costs Corporate Wardrobe Ladies –Business suit with blouse n Jacket, skirt, pant –Court style shoes worn with pantyhose Men –Business suit with shirt and tie –Black shoes
Enrolment process –Complete Application Form –Organise interview with Director of Education –Complete General Skills test –Bring Resume and Copy of last School Report –Application is taken to Executive Team meeting on Friday of the same week –Notification by the week following –Acceptance by the date given –Further information sent in late November –Induction on 27 January 2012 –Classes commence on 30 January
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