BSB31015 Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal)Get a Free Course Guide
- Awarded byOpen Colleges (RTO 90796)
- QualificationCertificate III
- Study ModeOnline
- Course CostUpfront Payment: $2,112 OR Payment Plan: 52 Weekly Instalments of $48.85 (plus $100 deposit)
- DurationMax 18 months
- Payment OptionPayment planUpfront payment
- DurationMax 18 months
- Start DateAnytime – start today!
- Career OutcomesLegal Receptionist | Administrative Assistant | Information Desk Clerk | View all
Learn the jargon, systems and practices of the legal world with this Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) (BSB31015) course through Open Colleges!
Suitable for anyone looking to enter the legal admin space, or formalise their skills with a qualification, this online course will get you up to speed with the latest in legal administration practices.
Delivered through a simulated legal work placement, you will cover everything form keyboard speed and accuracy, designing and producing business documents, delivering court documentation and adhering to confidentiality and security principles.You will learn how to apply your knowledge of the legal system to all tasks and projects that you work on.
This course meets the Nationally Recognised Training standards. It is listed on the Australian government’s National Register for Vocational Education and Training (VET). Studying this course leads to a qualification that’s recognised throughout Australia, and lets employers know that you have the right skills for the job.
What You'll Learn
In this business administration course, the subjects you will study include:
- BSBWHS201 – Contribute to health and safety of others
- BSBITU307 – Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy
- BSBADM307 – Organise schedules
- BSBWRT301 – Write simple documents
- BSBITU306 – Design and produce business documents
- BSBLEG301 – Apply knowledge of the legal system to complete tasks
- BSBLEG305 – Use legal terminology in order to carry out tasks
- BSBINM303 – Handle receipt and dispatch of information
- BSBLEG303 – Deliver court documentation
- BSBLEG304 – Apply the principles of confidentiality and security within the legal environment
- BSBLEG306 – Maintain records for time and disbursements in a legal practice
- BSBLEG308 – Assist in prioritising and planning activities in a legal practice
- BSBITU302 – Create electronic presentations
Why Study With Open Colleges
Open Colleges is one of the largest private education providers in Australia. It offers a wide variety of courses, from leisure courses to vocational and higher education courses, many of which are government-accredited and employer-recognised. All courses are delivered by correspondence, allowing you to work at your own pace and around your own schedule. Studying with Open Colleges is perfect for people with busy lifestyles, and those wishing to work and learn for themselves.
As a student of Open Colleges, you will have access to a range of student and administrative support options. Your course trainers are available via email, messaging and through your online course forums in OpenSpace. You will also have access to help with study skills such as time management, essay writing and referencing.
Where Will It Lead Me?
Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a nationally recognised, accredited Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) (BSB31015) from Open Colleges.
This highly practical course will prepare you for a range of administrative roles for the legal sphere.
- Legal Receptionist
- Administrative Assistant
- Information Desk Clerk
- Clerical Worker
- Legal Administrator
- Junior Legal Secretary
How Much Will It Cost?
Open Colleges offers two flexible payment models to help make studying more affordable:
Payment Option 1: Pay in weekly instalments
- $48.85 per week (52 weekly repayments)
- $100 deposit
Payment Option 2: Pay in full when you enrol and save 20% off full price of $2,640
- $2,112 upfront payment
What You'll Need To Get In
To be eligible for this course applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Have completed Year 10; OR
- Hold a certificate II level or higher; OR
- Have atleast two years of relevant industry experience in a role that requires the use of written documentation and communication; OR
- Have at least one year of relevant vocational experience; AND
- Be atleast 16 years or older; AND
- Basic computing skills; AND
- Have basic Language, Literacy and Numeracy skills.