There are around 170 ways to “get the work done” that students need to demonstrate in all the units listed in the diploma of business course alone. Many of them use the same tools and techniques, but how do you know which theory should be applied in which tasks in a business?
There is also the issue of which tools are appropriate for which level. The tools used by policy makers such as department managers at diploma level are likely to go over the heads of team members doing a certificate III course.
This Foundation Skills Guide tells you why you would use the tools, how it can be used, so you can decide what needs to be done in a workplace, and by whom.
The course shows you how to apply the theory in a workplace needed to implement the Core Skills for Work framework foundation skills used in all training packages, covering the focus areas of:
- Planning and organising workload and commitments
- Identifying problems
- Generating ideas
- Establishing decision making scope
- Applying decision-making processes
- Recognising opportunities to develop and apply new ideas
- Accessing, organising and presenting information
- Selecting ideas for implementation
- Planning and implementing tasks
- Using digitally based technologies and systems
- Connecting with others
- Applying problem-solving processes
- Managing risk
- Reviewing impact
- Reviewing outcomes