Dolph Business School in Melbourne is now offering Diploma of Business courses online, with free access to for all students

October 10 20:05 2018

Melbourne, Australia – Dolph Business School has opened enrollment for their new online Diploma of Business course for all individuals in Australia. The Diploma of Business program includes free access to for all students. The course is deemed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills to start, run, market and grow a business.

According to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research, in 2017, over 4.2 million students were enrolled in various courses within the VET sector, with 418,500 enrolments in business qualifications alone! Owing to these courses, several career opportunities have opened for many students. As a leading provider of business education, Dolph Business School is offering a one-year online diploma of business course for students. To choose a course visit

With more and more university graduates struggling to find a job after school, Andrew Norton, Higher Education Program Director of the Grattan Institute said, “some of the students who are at the university would be better off doing a vocational diploma or certificate III or IV course.” The Australian Government’s My Skills platform has also confirmed that students who have completed a BSB50215 Diploma of Business Course have a better earning potential and a higher number of job openings.

Having conducted an in-depth research and consultation with business organizations to find out what is needed in the job market to make students excel in their careers, Dolph Business School is providing students throughout Australia with an online diploma training program by their expert trainers. The training program has been developed against the Australian Quality Framework for business and management.

“Many of our students studying our online business diploma have been in the workforce for years and they have either decided that they want to start their own business, or have chosen to upskill themselves to ensure that they have the competitive edge over their colleagues,” says the spokesperson for the institution. “Most choose to complete the course online so that they won’t have to sacrifice their family and work commitments, but if you need face-to-face training, on-campus learning might be a more suitable option for you.”

The online diploma training program would equip students with the knowledge and skills to know how to manage risk and budget, recruit and build an innovative work environment, manage projects, market a product or service, and manage a business. Students would be equipped to apply well-developed skills and a broad knowledge base to various business contexts and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. The following entails the course details:

  • Access to the learning materials and assessments on eLearning platform

  • Access to specially developed Ultimate Study Planner

  • Access to a library of videos and study aids on

  • Learning support from trainers and the team at Dolph Business School

  • Post-graduation support such as career guidance, resume building assistance, university application, and advanced standing application assistance

  • Australian Quality Framework (AQF) certificate when all the competencies required have been achieved.

Dolph Business School is a nationally recognized education provider, committed to empowering students through education, and enabling them to achieve greater things. The school offers online courses for all types of business programs with dedicated trainers and strong student support network.

To learn more about the course visit

Dolph Business School is located at 946 High Street Reservoir, Melbourne 3073. For enrollment in the course, contact them via phone at 1300 236 574, or via email at

For additional information, visit their website at

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Address:946 High Street Reservoir
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