Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication

Provider:
Pacific College of Technology
Course Code:
BSB42415
CRICOS Code:
093721G
Qualification Level:
Certificate
Course Area:
Management and Commerce
Duration:
52-Week
Study Mode:
Full Time
Location:
New South Wales
Course Fee:
$10,000 Per Course
Delivery Mode:
On Campus
Target:
Domestic,International

Course Overview

This qualification is suitable for those who use well developed marketing and communication skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of contexts.

Individuals in these roles apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others, however they typically report to more senior practitioners.

Target groups for this qualification are those needing and/or seeking the knowledge and skills enabling them to work successfully in marketing and communication. This may include: domestic and international students.

Intake Dates

2021 Date Period Duration
Term 4, 2021 Batch 1 (04/10/2021) 04 October 2021 to 02 October 2022
Term 4, 2021 Batch 2 (01/11/2021) 01 November 2021 to 30 October 2022
Term 4, 2021 Batch 3 (29/11/2021) 29 November 2021 to 27 November 2022
2022 Date Period Duration
Term 1 2022 Batch 1 (12/02/2022) 07 February 2022 to 05 February 2023
Term 1 2022 Batch 2 (12/03/2022) 07 March 2022 to 05 March 2023
Term 1 2022 Batch 3 (09/04/2022) 04 April 2022 to 02 April 2023
Term 2 2022 Batch 1 (30/04/2022) 25 April 2022 to 23 April 2023
Term 2, 2022 Batch 2 (28/05/2022) 23 May 2022 to 21 May 2023
Term 2, 2022 Batch 3 (25/06/2022) 20 June 2022 to 18 June 2023
Term 3, 2022 Batch 1 (23/07/2022) 18 July 2022 to 16 July 2023
Term 3, 2022 Batch 2 (20/08/2022) 15 August 2022 to 13 August 2023
Term 3, 2022 Batch 3 (17/09/2022) 12 September 2022 to 10 September 2023
Term 4, 2022 Batch 1 (08/10/2022) 03 October 2022 to 01 October 2023
Term 4, 2022 Batch 2 (05/11/2022) 31 October 2022 to 29 October 2023
Term 4, 2022 Batch 3 (03/12/2022) 28 November 2022 to 26 November 2023

Entry Requirement

Admission Requirements
Academic Entry Requirements
Local students must have a completed Year 12 or the interstate equivalent.

International students must have a successful completion of 12 years of schooling or equivalent to the Australia Higher School Certificate.

Mature age students (21 years and over) may be admitted into this program without formal academic qualifications provided that they have sufficient literacy and numeracy requirements.

Students who have previously completed a Certificate IV or higher qualification in Australia do not need to provide school certificates.
Language Requirement
English Language Requirements
IELTS Minimum Score 5.5
TOEFL Minimum Score 46-59
PTE Minimum Score 43-50
OET Minimum Score D
PTE Minimum Score 47
or
Any overseas/international learner who scores below the minimum level in the tests mentioned above, must have undertaken, or agree to undertake, an English language programme (ELICOS) of at least 10 weeks’ duration.
OR 
Any overseas/international learner who has completed a certificate IV or above qualification in Australia in an English-medium institution, is deemed to have satisfied College English language proficiency requirements.  Proof of completion must be provided at the time of application.
OR 
Any on-shore learner who does not have an IELTS/TOEFL/ PTE Academic/Cambridge score, or Elicos certification, may satisfy College English language requirements, if at the time of their application, they can demonstrate a Core Skills Profile for Adults Level 3 or above, in the ACER English language, literacy and numeracy test.

Subjects

Subject Name Subject Type Fees
Make a presentation Core
Make a presentation Core
Articulate, present and debate ideas Core
Articulate, present and debate ideas Core
Report on financial activity Core
Report on financial activity Core
Implement workplace information system Elective
Implement workplace information system Core
Protect and use brands and business identity Elective
Protect and use brands and business identity Core
Lead effective workplace relationships Elective
Lead effective workplace relationships Core
Apply digital solutions to work processes Core
Apply digital solutions to work processes Core
Apply marketing communication across a convergent industry Core
Apply marketing communication across a convergent industry Core
Develop and apply knowledge of marketing communication industry Core
Develop and apply knowledge of marketing communication industry Core
Analyse consumer behaviour Elective
Analyse consumer behaviour Core

Career Opportunities

This course will provide specific knowledge, skills and understandings in marketing, together with a range of generic communication skills.

Upon successful completion of all units of study in this course, students will graduate with the BSB42415 Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication.

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