This qualification reflects the role of individuals who act as franchisors. A franchisor licenses trademarks, and tried and proven methods of doing business to a franchisee in exchange for a recurring payment, and usually a percentage piece of gross sales or gross profits as well as the annual fees.
Unit 225, 14 Lexington Drive Bella Vista NSW 2153
This course is delivered using the following modes:
The total duration of this course is 52 weeks which includes 40 weeks of facilitated onsite training at CSIA’s Bella Vista campus over four terms and 12 holiday weeks. In addition to this you will be required to complete self-directed study of 15 hours per week during the terms which includes completion of assessment tasks.
Pre-requisite qualifications or units:
The Business Services (BSB) training package does not specify any pre-requisite qualifications or units to enter into this course.
Minimum education requirements:
CSIA requires all candidates entering this course must have completed Year 12 or equivalent qualification or have relevant experience.
Candidates who are unable to provide Year 12 or equivalent qualification are required to attend a course information session where they are required to successfully complete a Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) test. Candidates with LLN difficulties identified either through the enrolment process or the LLN test will be interviewed individually by the RTO Manager and if there is a concern on their LLN ability, they will be referred to external specialists or organisations. The cost of the external and/or additional tuition to support LLN needs must be met by the candidate. Our assistance will be limited to expanding vocabulary, explaining concepts and ensuring understanding, we are not LLN training expert or provider.
Candidates must be 18 years of age or above at the time of application.
Tuition Fee: $4,900
Enrolment Fee: $200
Course Material Fee: $300 (covers the cost of text books and assessment material)
The following assessment methods are used to assess units of competency. All units of competencies are assessed using more than one method so successful completion of the unit of competency will only be judged after candidate successfully completing each individual assessment
Methods of assessment include:
The outcome for this qualification is either BSB50515 Diploma of Franchising or, should the candidate depart the course before it has been completed, a Statement of Attainment for the units in which competency has been demonstrated will be issued.
After completing BSB50515 Diploma of Franchising, candidates may choose to undertake:
Employment outcomes from this qualification may include:
BSBFRA501Establish a franchise operation
BSBFRA502Manage a franchise operation
BSBFRA503Manage establishment of new sites or regions
BSBFRA504Manage relationships with franchisees
BSBFRA505Manage closure of a franchise
BSBFIM501Manage budgets and financial plans
BSBWOR502Lead and manage team effectiveness
BSBMKG514Implement and monitor marketing activities