BSBESB402 - Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures, is specifically designed to complement your trade knowledge with business knowledge.
Participants will learn how to establish the legal requirements, and risk management practices, that apply to your business and industry. This Nationally Recognised Unit of Competency is accepted as evidence by QBCC in regards to the business management knowledge requirements to be a licensed subcontractor.
Who is this course for?
This online course is ideal for people who are applying to be registered as a licensed subcontractor with the QBCC, for an electrical contractor’s license from the Electrical Safety Office (ESO), or people seeking to become a Qualified Business Person (QBP).
The course requires:
Language and Literacy
- Access to the internet
- A computer or mobile device
In order to successfully complete this course, you need to have a certain level of language and literacy skills. We recommend that you have at least level 3 skills for this course. If you are unsure of your language and literacy skill level, please try our free LL&N assessment tool.
About the QBCC Trade Contractors Licence
The Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) regulates who can start a contracting business in Queensland for the building and construction trades.
Tradespeople who are applying for a contractor
or nominee supervisor
licence in any of the trade contractor classes must submit a completed Trade Contractors Licence Application Form
Even if you have a licence from another state, it will not allow you to undertake construction work in Queensland, and you will need to apply for a QBCC licence before you can begin.