**Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic this course will not be delivered face-to-face, until further notice. Instead, we will be using an online platform called Collaborate.
Collaborate is a web-based online classroom collaboration tool that acts as a real-time virtual classroom. Students and lecturer will interact over the internet. You do not need to install any software and you can access the classroom from any computer that has internet connection, or a mobile telephone. That means you do not have to be in the same room together. You can access it from anywhere you have internet and a computer.
If you have any questions, please contact the lecturer – Emma Clarke on 7210 3597 or email@example.com**
This short course is designed to help builders, plumbers, electricians, painters, landscapers, gas fitters and general tradies obtain their contractor's licence. Meet Office of Consumer and Business Services requirements and gain the necessary skills to project profits and develop financial plans for your own business or intended business. This includes understanding different industry costs and how to ensure full recovery of costs in your pricing strategy, breakeven analysis and profit projection, equity and loan capital, assets, working capital and the cash flow cycle.
*Both 'Plan Small Business Finances' and 'Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements of Small Business' must be completed to be able to apply for a Contractor's Licence.
If you require support with language, literacy or numeracy please call the phone number on the corresponding workshop from the schedule below, prior to registering in the unit.
Plan small business finances (BSBSMB402)
Sat 13 Jun 20
Sun 14 Jun 20
This delivery is offered under State Government funding subsidies. Eligible students must be an Australian Citizen/Permanent Resident, be 16 years of age or over and reside in South Australia.
Sat 18 Jul 20
Sun 19 Jul 20
Sat 22 Aug 20
Sun 23 Aug 20
Sat 19 Sep 20
Sun 20 Sep 20
Sat 24 Oct 20
Sun 25 Oct 20
Sat 21 Nov 20
Sun 22 Nov 20
Course enquiries and more information
Freecall 1800 882 661