B2C marketing skills guide for students
Students seeking to learn how to market their skills may find themselves facing a shortage of B2B market degree credits.
The Federal Government has issued guidance that aims to increase the number of B-Levels available for students by 2,000.
The Department of Education said in a statement the “target for the total number of credits for the B-levels will be 2,200 by 2020”.
The Government has announced a new “marketing” certification scheme for students, which will allow students to “gain confidence in their knowledge and understanding of the industry in which they are working”.
The scheme, which is part of the Government’s “Digital Learning Strategy”, will be launched on the Australian Government website.
The new B-level programme is expected to be rolled out in 2020, with the first B- and B-Scores being issued in 2021.
“The Government’s new marketing certificate scheme aims to deliver greater access to B- Level B2Cs to Australians through higher degree programs,” Education Minister Christopher Pyne said in the statement.
“Through this initiative, more B2BS will be able to access the skills and knowledge that they need to compete and succeed in the global market, while maintaining their competitive advantage in the Australian economy.”‘
More B2Bs will be allowed to access more B- Levels’The scheme is being developed by a team of academics, consultants and researchers from the University of Technology Sydney, and will be implemented across the Government and in state and territory universities.
In order to receive a B- level B2 certificate, a student must demonstrate they have successfully completed the relevant courses.
The aim is for a B2CS student to complete 20 or more credits, including at least one course in the subject matter of their degree.
The Government said the scheme would “support the development of an online B2S pathway”.
In the statement, the Government said students would be able “to access their B2s in the same way they have access to a BA, including a range of opportunities for collaboration and collaboration with their peers, and access to support and guidance.”
“Students will have the ability to use the online pathway to build and maintain an online network of mentors, and to explore a range a breadth of opportunities and opportunities to learn, engage and collaborate,” the statement said.
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