Education for Small Business

  •    If you are currently running a business, you may find yourself struggling in a few areas.
  •    Are you hoping to start a business but have no clue where to start?
  •    Would you one day like to run someone else’s business for them but need to upskill first?

What to do

There are many options available to increase your knowledge. The options are face-to-face, one-to-one, online, via group classes and more.

The positive aspect of face-to-face learning is that it gives you the opportunity to network too. Remember it is vital that you consider how you best learn and the time that you have to commit to this learning.

Distance learning can be ideal for people who are short of time during the week and may need to learn on the weekends or evenings.

Business Advice

Perhaps a business degree, diploma or certificate may help you achieve your business goals too. Studying a business qualification will also compliment business advice sessions.

Specific Courses

There is a range of choices when it comes to learning, from what you choose to study to how you choose to do your qualification.

Online learning has come a long way, and it is worth considering as an option. Providers will share with you online access to videos, seminars, forums, tutors and so much more to get you through your study.

Upskilled is a registered training organisation (RTO) that delivers a large number of qualifications online. It gives you the opportunity for flexible learning that fits into your lifestyle and business commitments.

Just a few of the options:

  •    Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  •    Advanced Diploma of Business
  •    Certificates in Small Business Management or New Small Business plus many, many more.

Not only do  RTO’s like Upskilled offer plenty of qualifications but they also provide flexible learning and not to mention financial options to help you cover the costs of studying.

How do you decide?

Yes, there are a lot of choices. Do your research and make sure it suits you. Look into Government funding to help with your costs and weigh up how this is going to benefit you.

  •    Decide what type of education is going to suit you
  •    Figure out why you think you need to improve your knowledge or skills
  •    Research the providers
  •    Make sure you speak to someone who can answer your questions
  •    Look into how these new qualifications will help your business or career
  •    Commit


Committing is the most important part. Regardless of whether you choose a coach or course, you need to commit to the process and make sure it works for you and your goals for the long term.

It is important to remember that you are never too old to learn something new.

What are you going to learn about next?

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