UWS helping small business owners gain new skills
Small business owners looking for expert advice in starting a new enterprise and helping it grow now have access to a range of online educational tools thanks to the University of Western Sydney.
The University has teamed up with the Federal Government to create the Small Business Building website, with free and open access to all course content for the Certificate III in Micro Business Operations.
Budding entrepreneurs and seasoned professionals looking to take the next step in their business life can access this vital information online.
The website provides free access to small business fact sheets, industry start-up guides and videos containing expert tips from industry professionals.
A cloud-based Online Planning Tool allows subscribers to the website to tailor their business plans and assistance, and the clean and responsive design is also ideal for both desktops and mobile devices.
The SBB website complements existing online resources,as well as the services on offer at the Government's new Single Business Service Delivery initiative.
If you have questions or would like more information about UWS and its business advisory services, please contact UWS Small Business Support on (02) 9685 9471.
22 August 2014
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