This online Short Course has been designed to complement the work delivered by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) to focus on developing teacher confidence, capability and expertise in the key concepts and topics covered in the Business syllabus. It offers subject-specific knowledge and skills needed to underpin effective and contemporary approaches to teaching and learning in the subject.
This course introduces the strategies used by mature businesses to remain competitive in the market place. It will investigate risk management, styles of leadership, human and financial practices and strategies in relation to domestic or global expansion. The participant will also be introduced to strategic development, to learn some of the ways businesses develop and modify their strategy and then bring it into action.
The fee for this short course will be $100.00.
There are no specific entry requirements to enrol in this short course, however, it is designed for Secondary School teachers who expect to teach the QCAA Business General Senior Syllabus.
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For direct access to the course, visit https://cpd.cqu.edu.au/
Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
This course provides Professional Development for Secondary School teachers in Queensland who would like to complete studies in a flexible and self-paced environment to gain business insights to inform teaching practices.
Undertaking this course enables teachers to meet Continuing Professional Development obligations for registration. Upon successful completion of the course, teachers will be awarded 12 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours and a CQUniversity Certificate of Completion.
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
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