Diploma of Business (Business Development) BSB50120
The nationally recognised BSB50120 Diploma of Business (Business Development) qualification is appropriate for any role that has a business service component. The business development course is focused on fostering relationships to create opportunities and drive growth.
Business development managers are trend trackers and opportunity seekers. People working in these roles identify and map business strengths to customers’ needs to develop growth strategies and plans. They manage and nurture relationships with customers, attend networking events, research prospects, and follow up on leads to increase their client base. Strong business writing and communication skills are needed for the development and presentation of proposals, and negotiation of contracts.
During the Business Development course, you will learn how to build and maintain relationships, organise business meetings, undertake project work, manage business and financial plans, and evaluate marketing opportunities.
Content of this online course can be translated into over 60 different languages allowing you to access your training in your preferred language
The Business Development course in Australia prepares you to be competitive in today’s job market. We have selected key subjects that focus on the core skills to help you walk the professional path you have chosen. These units are informed by our corporate experience and engagement with industry, to give you the skills and knowledge that you will truly need and value.
Studying the Diploma of Business Development, you will be immersed in a variety of simulated workplace environments and navigate through activities designed to get you to practice on-the-job performance and behaviour.
There are a range of assessment methods used for summative assessments, which can depend on the qualification.
- Independent assessment tasks to assess a student’s knowledge of the subject, can include: 1. Written answer questions; 2. Written answer questions based on case study or scenario; 3. Other evidence based on simulated workplace scenarios (e.g. screenshots, pictures, images etc.)
- Workplace simulation tasks to help observe and assess a student’s performance and skills, including: 1. Written answer questions based on case study or simulation; 2. Production of documents, presentations or spreadsheets; 3. Portfolio of evidence based on simulated workplace scenarios (e.g. audio or video recordings, project work, research assignments etc.)
You will graduate from the Diploma of Business Development with the skills and qualifications to confidently work in many roles, such as:
- Business Development Manager
- Sales Manager
- Account Manager or Executive
- Business Development Representative
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