Build on your existing business and recordkeeping skills with the Certificate IV in Business (Records and Information Management). You will also master the advanced skills you need to properly control essential business records, apply appraisal and classification systems and implement correct disposal actions.
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Please note that subjects and specific units of competency on offer will vary and may change during your enrolment
Elective subjects may apply and will be determined during the induction process
A specialist record keeping subject: Status of a Record covers off the ways to undertake record disposal by reference to the organisational disposal authority. Topics include record surveys, determining disposal actions, and legislative requirements. This subject looks at a manual records system to ensure that learners understand what a records management software system is doing when they undertake disposal functions
This subject focuses on the skills required to make and communicate sound business decisions. Active listening, critical and creative thinking, problem solving and using workplace data lead directly into how to best communicate results to your stakeholders.
This subject has been structured to progressively develop the students skill and knowledge in the building, managing and maintaining of business relationships to support business outcomes. It has an emphasis on the skills required for longer term relationship building.
This subject addresses the skills and knowledge required to plan documents, draft text and produce documents of some complexity such as reports, detailed letters and proposals and general promotion documents.
Supervisors and team leaders have strict legal obligations under safety legislation. Learn what these are, as well as the practical skills to identify, risk assess and resolve safety concerns. This subject also teaches how to better understand safety statistics and identify factors that can reduce injuries, and ensure the business is productive and profitable.
Being able to organise personal work priorities is an essential job skill. Learn how to set and meet work priorities through time management and planning your work schedule. Skills to identify potential problems and prevent stress in the workplace are also covered.
Establishing a records system examines what is records management, why the need for records systems, what the components are of a good records system and how to conduct a records management needs analysis.
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1,580* - $
17 months is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate IV in Business (Records and Information Management) course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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