Certificate III in Micro Business Operations

What training do we offer?

Accredited training
Accreditation refers to the formal recognition of a course by a state or territory course accrediting body.
Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is the government organisation in Australia that accredits course and Training Organisations.

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BSBSMB301A Investigate micro business opportunities

BSBSMB302A Develop a micro business proposal

BSBSMB303A Organise finances for the micro Business

BSBSMB304A Determine resource requirements for the micro business

BSBSMB305A Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements

for the micro business

BSBCUS301B Deliver and monitor a service to customers

BSBFIA301A Maintain financial records

BSBSMB403A Market the small business

BSBWOR301B Organise personal work priorities and development

BSBSMB306A Plan a home based business




BSBSMB301A Investigate micro busines opportunities

BSBSMB401A Establish legal and risk management requirements of

small business

BSBSMB402A Plan small business finances

BSBSMB403A Market the small business

BSBSMB404A Undertake small business planning

BSBFIA402A Report on financial activity

BSBRES401A Analyse and present research information

BSBADM409A Coordinate Business Resources

BSBMKG401B Profile the market

BSBMKG402B Analyse consumer behaviour for specific markets


What you need to know
The amount that you will have to pay for training at Sydney Business will vary depending upon the level of government assistance provided. Many government funded programmes are free to eligible applicants; this is often determined by Centrelink.

Other government funded programmes require an enrolment fee to be paid by the applicant.

We also offer fee for service training where you pay the full cost of training or services.

Recognition of prior learning
RPL refers to the formal identification, assessment and acknowledgement of the full range of an individual’s skills, knowledge and capabilities, irrespective of how and where they have been acquired. It is the acknowledgement of skills, competencies, knowledge and work ethos obtained through:


Participants are encourage to think about their learning experience, which may enable them to be granted exemptions for subjects within the course they wish to be enrolled in with Sydney Business.

By recognising the participants past experience and achievements, Sydney Business ensures that the participants do not repeat the skills and knowledge they have already achieved by conducting the RPL assessment

If you would like to explore the RPL option, please contact our Training Coordinator .