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Where will this take me?

Overview

Career outcomes

Regardless of your discipline, you can take the skills from this course and apply them in your future workplace. By broadening your knowledge of areas including accounting, data, and the law, plus extending your communication and problem-solving skills, you can secure an edge over other graduates in a competitive work environment.

What employers are saying

Cindy Batchelor
Cindy Batchelor, Former Senior Executive at NAB
Cindy Batchelor

"The Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Skills really brings theory to life in a really practical way. I love the fact that it's steeped in a real organisation where you get to experience what it's like to run a business. So, what I would do is really encourage you to just step in with courage and confidence and have a go in a safe environment – because that's going to set you up for entering the workforce."

Liahn Nortje
Liahn Nortje, CFO and Head of Corporate Services at Film Victoria
Liahn Nortje

"I think it's quite exciting to learn that there's an opportunity for graduates to now learn some of these enterprise skills where they might not have the opportunity to learn it in a working environment."

Catherine Read
Catherine Read, Visual Arts Educator at Shepparton Art Museum
Catherine Read

“As a graduate, being agile and adaptable will be a key skillset for you to go into the workforce. It means that you'll be able to meet those expectations of business and consumer needs, and certainly, you'll find that you'll have more security within your role, and also your skillset will be highly sought after.”