Learning Potential offers a range of Courses, see below for details and contact us for further information including potential Government Funding.

 

Micro-business Courses

BSB30315 Certificate III in Micro Business Operations

Are you interested in:

~ Setting up your own home based business
~ Turning a hobby into income
~ Flexible self-employment
~ Gaining knowledge of how small businesses work

The Certificate III in Micro-Business Operations is for those wanting to start or take their curent business to new levels.  You may want to increase your opportunities, take a higher level position, or start a brand new business.  The Certificate III in Micro-Business Operations is the perfect entry level choice of training. 

The Modules include Planning for Success, Environmental Management, Social & Cultural Sustainability, Financial Management, Improve Customer Service, Managing Business Risks, Review & Maintain your website, Sourcing Quality Staff & Suppliers.

Complete the course and you will receive a Certificate III in Micro Business Operations
Qualification.

Can be customised for People with a Disability and Migrant & Ethnic Communities.  Click here to learn more about our customised programs.

To register your interest for the next course funded by the NT Government, CLICK HERE

 

BSB42615 Certificate IV in New Small Business

The Certificate IV in Small Business Management is for those who have the foundational skills of running a business but want to take their knowledge to the next level to increase employability, upskill to the next business qualification, or grow an existing business further. 

To register your interest for the next course funded by the NT Government, CLICK HERE

Can be customised for People with a Disability and Migrant & Ethnic Communities.  Click here to learn more about our customised programs.

 

BSB42015 Certificate IV in Leadership & Management

This qualification reflects the role of individuals working as developing and emerging leaders and managers in a range of enterprise and industry contexts.

As well as assuming responsibility for their own performance, individuals at this level provide leadership, guidance and support to others. They also have some responsibility for organising and monitoring the output of their team.

They apply solutions to a defined range of predictable and unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.

Newly Funded Course starting in NT.  Click on the links below for the available course options.  

To register your interest for the next course funded by the NT Government, CLICK HERE.

Can be customised for People with a Disability and Migrant & Ethnic Communities.  Click here to learn more about our customised programs.

 

Team Innovation workshops

Come and discover the skills for innovation and design thinking in this practical workshop.
This 2-day program will give you ideas, motivation and tools to be innovative and creative. Get your TEAM together and reinvigorate your workplace!

We may want to be ‘innovative’ and ‘creative’ to gain market share and generate income but where and how do we start?  The TEAM INNOVATION Workshops will challenge conventional thinking, get you to think upside down and use structured Design Thinking innovation processes from Stanford University and De Bono creativity tools to create new products and services. How does Biomimicry fit into innovation?

Businesses and individuals have the potential to be innovative and provide unique and different products and services – we need to think outside the box, explore wild ideas and then refine thinking to make it happen in our state.  We’ll look at some innovative ideas from across the world. Engage in some ‘upside down’ thinking in teams and let your creativity run wild using a structured Design Thinking process for change.

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Click here for Workshop Topics

 

Learning Potential International Participants Handbook

 

Our participant handbook is available for download by CLICKING ON THE IMAGE below.

 

 

NT Government Funding

All courses in NT are subsidised by the NT Government under the NT Training Entitlement Grants and the NT Government Equity Training Grants. Government funding opportunities are subject to change, and eligibility requirements are also applicable, so please contact us to discuss your options.  Current NT Courses are funded under new 2017 funding.

 

 

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Established in 1998
Learning Potential International Pty Ltd (LPI) was established in 1998 as a Registered Training Organisation providing project management, leadership and business improvement services.

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Learning Potential International Pty Ltd
Adelaide PO Box 1073
Flagstaff Hill SA 5159 Australia

Darwin Office
Darwin PO Box 1782
Darwin NT 0801

Julie Inglis +61 401 126 379
Andrew Inglis +61 402 486 607

Email: info@learningpotential.com.au