The demand for trained administration staff in both public and private organisations remains as strong as ever  and is expected to grow well into the future. Administration roles are valued members of an organisation as they often have the opportunity to be exposed to a broad range of departments and at times are the face of the business or the executives they work for.

If you are an organised, results-driven person with an eye for detail and exceptional interpersonal skills, a career in business administration may be the right option for you. 

Studying a business administration course with Open Colleges will help open the doors to a wide range of job opportunities. Some of the job outcomes you may be able to access include administration assistant, receptionist, personal assistant, accounts supervisor and office manager, among many others.

Enrol in a nationally recognised qualification in business administration and acquire the most in-demand office skills that will help you stand out from the crowd.

Certificate IV in Business Administration

The Certificate IV in Business Administration BSB40515 will build out your current administration skillset, and give you a more advanced understanding of the business world to help you to take the next step in your career.

Certificate IV in Business Administration (with Finance electives)

With a focus on financial skills, the Certificate IV in Business Administration BSB40515 is an all-round course that will prepare you to take on a variety of in-demand office administration roles.

Certificate III in Business Administration

Gain the professional skills and qualification with the Certificate III in Business Administration BSB30415 you need to get ahead in the world of business administration, with this entry level course.

Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal)

If you want to work as a Junior Legal Secretary or as a Legal Receptionist, Open Colleges’ Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) BSB31015 will help you to understand the legal system, and set you up with law-specific administration skills.