This qualification is suitable for individuals employing well-developed international trade skills in a wide variety of contexts. Job roles could include export customer service coordinators, exporters, importers and trade coordinators.
They would be adept problem-solvers, could analyse a wide variety of information and may be responsible for the work of others. In most cases, they would report to a more senior international trade/business practitioner.
After completing the qualification, you would be able to:
- Develop project plans including time lines, task breakdowns, roles and responsibilities
- Schedule shipments so they depart and arrive within clients’ required time lines
- Adapt to new and emerging trends and changes in the international business environment
- Generate a range of continuous improvement suggestions to improve workplace policies and procedures
- Reflect on own performance and analyse how it could be improved in the future
- Maintain currency of knowledge and skills of international conventions, laws and finance
Job Roles / Career
Possible job titles relevant to this include:
- Export Customer Service Coordinator
- Trade Coordinator
- To gain entry into this course, participants should have successfully completed year 12 or equivalent level of studies.
- Students must be over 18 years of age to apply.
English Language Requirements
- All international students should be able to meet the English requirements as required under the assessment level of the student by Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).
NTCA accepts the results from International Language Test Score (IELTS), PTE Academic English or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) as below:
|IELTS||Paper Based||Computer Based||Internet Based||PTE A|
|5.5||525||197||71||43 – 50|
Applicants whose English results falls below above score will need to enrol in an English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS).
Pathways into the Qualification
Preferred pathways for candidates considering this qualification include:
- : BSB30615 Certificate III in International Trade or other relevant qualifications
- with vocational experience in assisting international trade/business team leaders, supervisors or managers to conduct international trade/business activities but without formal international trade qualifications
Pathways from the Qualification
After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake:
- A range of Diploma level qualifications within the BSB – Business Services Training Package, or other Training Packages. For further information visit training.gov.au.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process where a student may be granted credit or partial credit towards a qualification in recognition of skills & knowledge gained through work experience, life experience and/or formal training. Standard course cost will be charged for units of study/courses credited via RPL.
How to Apply
Students can be enrolled this course in the following ways:
- Download the Student Enrolment Form, then completeand send it with the necessary documents by post or email.
- Complete the Online Application Form from NTCA and attach necessary documents.
- Visit our RTO and then apply directly.
|Unit Code||Unit Description|
|Unit Code||Unit Description|
|BSBWHS401||Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements|
|BSBCMM401||Make a presentation|
|BSBRES401||Analyse and present research information|
|BSBWRT401||Write complex documents|
|BSBINT401||Research international business opportunities|
|BSBCUS402||Address customer needs|
|BSBMKG415||Research International markets|
|BSBREL403||Implement international client relationship strategies|
|BSBMKG416||Market goods and services internationally|
Employability Skills Summary
The following table contains a summary of the employability skills required by industry for this qualification. The employability skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.
|Employability skill Industry||Enterprise Requirements for this Qualification|
|Communication||Communicating with parties, agents, suppliers and customers to ensure business is transacted in an efficient manner. Using negotiation skills to obtain new client orders or prices|
|Teamwork||Consulting with teams and individuals to allocate resources. Planning and implementing team activities to meet customer needs|
|Problem-solving||Using procedures to resolve customer difficulties and complaints. Utilising risk management processes to minimise potential adverse impacts and to maintain continuity of operations|
|Initiative and enterprise||Adapting to new and emerging trends and changes in the international business environment. Generating a range of continuous improvement suggestions to improve workplace policies and procedures|
|Planning and organising||Scheduling shipments so they depart and arrive within clients’ required time lines. Developing project plans including time lines, task breakdowns, roles and responsibilities|
|Self-management||Recognising the limitations of own experience and knowledge of international conventions, laws and finance and seeking advice from more experienced people where appropriate. Working with attention to detail, thoroughness, accuracy and speed|
|Learning||Maintaining currency of knowledge and skills of international conventions, laws and finance. Reflecting on own performance and analysing how it could be improved in the future|
|Technology||Using computer based search technologies to locate learning resources and opportunities. Using computer based software such as word processing and spreadsheets to organise resources|
|Qualification Name:||Certificate IV in International Trade|
|Intake Dates:||+ January, March, July and October for full-time students
+ As per the demand
|For Enrolment & Fees enquiries, please contact NTCA:|
|Phone : +61 3 9606 0032
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org