Staines Memorial College Courses

Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

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This qualification allows learners to develop skills to prepare for work or further education and is suitable for those looking for a pathway into employment or vocational training.  It is also suitable for learners wishing to improve their reading, writing, numeracy and oral communication skills. They will gain a basic knowledge of business activities and the skills necessary to undertake routine activities typically required in a business environment.

Certificate III in BusinessStand Alone

BSB30120

This qualification will help you to build a career in business administration. You will gain a broad range of administrative and business skills that can be used in any business role. You will learn how to manage and maintain good customer service, produce business documents and spreadsheets, maintain business records, and the basics of workplace organisation. This qualification will give you confidence to work in a variety of business administration support roles and will help you improve your efficiency in regular business operations. 

Certificate III in BusinessPathway

BSB30120

This qualification will help you to build a career in business administration. You will gain a broad range of administrative and business skills that can be used in any business role. You will learn how to manage and maintain good customer service, produce business documents and spreadsheets, maintain business records, and the basics of workplace organisation. This qualification will give you confidence to work in a variety of business administration support roles and will help you improve your efficiency in regular business operations. 

Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology

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Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology is a Christian Leadership and Development Program that has been designed specifically for learners with a passion to develop their faith and improve their leadership skills. Learners will gain real skills through practical experiences and have the opportunity to be involved in hands on leadership in the College, their local church or through social justice and community work.