This course is available to those with extensive experience in senior business roles. To apply for an Advanced Diploma of Business RPL assessment Click Here
Are you an experienced business administrator or senior executive? You may be able to have your skills recognised and receive this qualification through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
As a leader, you are responsible for planning and implementing change for continuous improvement in your organisation and delegating and supporting the work of your staff.
Individuals at this level have been working in a supervisory position in a business environment for a number of years and have gained a broad set of skills that can be applied in a number of different industries.
Upon successful completion of this course through RPL, participants will be awarded an Advanced Diploma of Business (BSB60215).
This is suited to people in the following roles:
Entry to this qualification is limited to those who meet at least one of the following criteria:
Take our Free Skills Assessment to determine your eligibility!
Units of Competency
The Advanced Diploma of Business includes 8 Elective units:
*Alternate elective units may be available upon request, but are not guaranteed.
This qualification is only available through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
Contact us for a Free Skills Assessment to determine your suitability to undertake this qualification. This will be sent to our RPL Facilitator who will assess your eligibility for this qualification.
If you are deemed a good candidate for RPL, a non-refundable 20% deposit will be required to proceed with your RPL with full payment required before a certificate is issued.
Suggested pathways for further RPL after completion of this qualification include:
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
“Mark and the team at Asset are extremely experienced in the RPL process and provide a quality and efficient service for post-graduate qualifications. They are first point of contact when I require Recognition of my prior learning and life skills.”