Women in Business TAFE course – TAFE NSW

As part of the Women in Business program participants hear from some of Australia’s leading female entrepreneurs who share their own business experiences, as well as accessing information about upcoming events and services available to assist in setting up and growing a business.

There are many benefits in participating in this specially created course.

Flexible design and content

The flexible design of the Women in Business program means that women can choose exactly what they want to learn.

24/7 online access

The Women in Business program is conveniently offered online through TAFE Digital, and includes online topics that participants can mix and match to build a program that is completely personalised to specific business needs. New topics that cover the latest trends in Australian business are regularly being added.

Hear from Australia’s leading female entrepreneurs

TAFE NSW has interviewed some of Australia’s leading female entrepreneurs, so business women can learn from their experiences to help make each business a success. Janine Allis, Taryn Williams, Tory Archbold and many others share their knowledge and personal experiences.

Share new skills

Women can display their achievements with TAFE NSW digital badges. Participants earn a digital badge upon completion of each online topic, and these can be added to LinkedIn profiles to promote newly acquired skills.

Attend local events

Women in Business provides attendees with access to small business events happening all over NSW. It is easy to find events in a local area and register attendance.

Access resources and services for all stages of business

As a NSW Government initiative, Women in Business connects participants with the many resources and services available to small business owners. These include:

Business Concierge – a free and dedicated service offered through Service NSW to help newcomers open a business.

Business Connect – a dedicated and personalised NSW Government program that provides trusted advice to help business people start or grow their small business.

Aboriginal Enterprise Development Officer (AEDO) Program – providing start-up assistance and ongoing mentoring services for Aboriginal people considering starting up their own business or expanding their current business.

The NSW Department of Communities and Justice – promotes and recognises the contribution of women across NSW to industry through initiatives including the NSW Women’s Strategy.

Skills covered in Women in Business

Women can build a program that completely suits their needs, by simply selecting from the range of topics on offer.

Training topics cover everything from setting up your home office, to creating a business plan, keeping your business cyber-safe, and leveraging social media.

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