BSB50120 Diploma of Business

Choosing to study this qualification with us, as an adult learner, or student, can lead to a range of new and exciting possibilities.

Our College’s Institute (CTi) has employed expert industry trainers and assessors who will support you throughout this course; providing you with current business knowledge and skills so that you are able to apply these to your own workplace environment.

Our state-of-the-art training facility, here on campus at Lourdes Hill College, has been architecturally designed for contemporary adult training and development.

Studying the BSB50120 Diploma of Business with us allows you to:

  • receive dedicated one-on-one support with our corporate trainers;
  • attend weekly night-time sessions (one session per week for each themed section of the course) to engage in real world business case study discussions with your expert trainers and learner colleagues;
  • access contemporary business training and assessment resources via our online CTi Interface Multimedia Training Platform; and
  • participate in a variety of practical skills-based assessment including business case studies and projects.

Course Details

Course Duration:

Our next course commences 2 February 2022

Expected completion date for this course is 31 March 2023.

Entry Requirements:

While there are no entry requirements for this unit, it is preferred that you, as a potential learner, will have the following:

  • be an adult Australian resident who is currently working in the business industry: or
  • be a Year 11 or Year 12 Australian resident secondary school student. (Year 12 students will continue studying this course the following year, after completing Year 12).

For those who do not meet the above preferred considerations, potential learners will be given advice on the opportunity to either seek employment or gain work experience, while studying this course.

Applicants will also be asked to complete a required Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment task upon enrolment to ascertain one’s level in accordance with the Australian Core Skills Framework (ASCF).

Course Fees: 

This course is fee for service only.

A payment schedule is available (for further fees details please contact us at to obtain a “Learner Handbook”).

Course Units of Competency:

The qualification comprises of core business units of competency covering disciplines including.

  • Administration and finance
  • Innovation
  • Marketing
  • Human resource management, and
  • Core transferrable skills including communication, planning, time and risk management

Recognition of Prior Learning:

If you have already completed one or more of the above Units of Competency (UOC) for this course or believe that you have equivalent accredited qualifications and experience, you may be eligible to apply for “Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)”.

Please contact us at to discuss this further as well as ask for our “Learner Handbook” to obtain further detailed RPL information).

Learner Support:

If you require any further information or wish to discuss any issue with us, then please contact our Learner Support Services Team at