Course Description: 

Students will develop the skills and acquire the knowledge required to navigate a wide variety of international trade contexts. Students will learn the international conventions of law and finance in relation to import/export and how to research international business opportunities. Students will also learn how to prepare business advice on import/export issues and how to develop a plan for international trade.

Instalment Plan: 

Monthly direct debit

Timing /Loading: 

20 hours/week
Specific days will be advised during orientation

Resource Fees: 

$400 

Tuition Fees: 

$5,210

Entry Requirements: 

WACE / Cert III (or greater)

Matured Aged students are assessed on case by case basis on their eligibility to enrol to the respective course based on their working experience if they do not have evidence of previous required academic qualifications.

Duration: 

Total: 24 weeks
(20 study week + 4 weeks break)
One Semester

Course Content:

BSBCMM401 – Make a Presentation
BSBLDR403 – Lead Team Effectiveness
BSBMKG414 – Undertake Marketing Activities
BSBREL401 – Establish Networks
BSBINT401 – Research International Business Opportunities
BSBMKG415 – Research International Markets
BSBINT409 – Plan for International Trade
BSBMKG416 – Market Goods and Services Internationally
BSBCUS401 – Coordinate Implementation of Customer Service Strategies
BSBCUS403 – Implement Customer Service Standards

Assessment Methods:

  • Reports
  • Interviews
  • Role playing
  • Case studies
  • Group projects
  • Observations
  • Presentations
  • Problem solving

Employment Opportunities:

  • Export Customer Service Coordinator
  • Export Clerk
  • Import Clerk
  • Trade Coordinator

Further Education:

BSB50815 Diploma of International Business