In a world increasingly run by multinationals, small business remains vital to our economy and a vibrant part of our communities. If you are a small business owner or have a business idea, NMIT’s Business courses are for you.
Gain knowledge of current business practices and legislation to enable you to establish and run or manage a small business, or become self-employed.
Develop your knowledge of:
- small business finance
- business planning
- tax requirements
- financial reporting
Available Courses (3)
Study online to grow your business. NMIT's Certificate IV in Small Business Management is a practical course for students wanting to start and run their own business.
Business Enterprise Centre
The Business Enterprise Centre (BEC) at NMIT is offering BSB50207 Diploma of Business in 2013 via a flexible learning model, using on campus workshops in conjunction with self-directed and self-paced activities.
Designed to describe the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to develop business ideas, and to investigate market needs and factors affecting potential markets.
Available Short Courses (4)
This course will give you the confidence as well as the skills and knowledge to improve your leadership skills in a personal and/or professional team environment.
Have you ever wished you could speak publicly with ease and confidence? This course will enable you manage your nerves and give both impromptu and prepared speeches for a variety of situations and for a variety of purposes.
Gain an introduction to a range of principles and practices aimed at improving business growth and planning. Designed for small business owners and sales representatives/managers, this course develops your skills in account and client relationships management, and securing clients and sales. NMIT can help you gain a competitive edge in the risky world of business.
If you have an idea to start your own business there's a lot you need to know. Gain a thorough introduction to key areas such as financial management, taxation, marketing and sales. Develop a proposal and plan and determine resource requirements for your microbusiness. Take the first step to success today!