QBCC Trade Contractors Licensing Course

QBCC Trade Contractor

BSBSMB401 Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements of Small Business

 This course meets the requirements for application for trade licensing in Queensland as a trade contractor.

Masters in Building Training offers this course on-line, meaning you can study when and where it suits you. Lessons are presented by leading accountants, lawyers, business experts, government departments using videos, animation and multi-media.

The course covers the following subjects:

  • Comply with legislation, codes and regulatory requirements
  • Complying with WHS Responsibilities
  • Create an WHS Management System
  • Complying with Environmental Responsibilities
  • Create an Environmental Management Plan
  • Complying with Business Registration Responsibilities
  • Identifying Taxation Requirements
  • Maintaining legal documents
  • Protecting your legal rights
  • Negotiate and arrange contracts
  • Tendering for contracts
  • Negotiating a Contract
  • Identifying Insurance requirements

Enrolment, and payment is available on-line, and once payment is made you will have access to the course immediately.

Availability: On-line courses are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Study when it suits you. You must have a computer with internet access and a web-cam

Assessment: You will need to watch the videos, and complete the assignments and tasks on-line

Duration: 20 – 40 hours depending on previous knowledge and experience

Support: Even though the course is on-line, you will have a fully qualified trainer to help you through the course, and guide you if you get stuck.

Cost: $100 for CSQ funded eligible applicants. To be eligible for CSQ funding you must:

  • permanently reside/employed in Queensland
  • be an Australian/New Zealand citizen, Australian permanent resident (includes humanitarian entrant)
  • be an existing worker in the Building and Construction industry for one month or more
  • not currently enrolled and participating in a Queensland secondary school program
  • previously not been funded under the CSQ Short Courses Funding Program