Checklist and Templates for the

Diploma of Business (Frontline Management) - BSB51004


Skills Recognition for the Diploma of Business (Frontline Management) - BSB51004

Crossbow Consultancy has a range of resources that can assist you in developing an evidence portfolio to demonstrate your current skill level. Most of these resources are available for immediate download.

Click below to download the checklists and templates that will assist you towards gaining skills recognition:

  1. Guide to Gathering Evidence - this briefing guide assists you in preparing your evidence portfolio
  2. Registration - this is the online application form for skills recognition, self-paced study or to attend a training course.
  3. Portfolio of Evidence - Provided by Crossbow once you have registered and selected your units of study.
  4. Glossary - for all that jargon!

So what should you do now?

  • Read the Guide to gain an overview of the requirements. In conjunction with the information available here, decide what you will apply for then complete your registration to Crossbow. Conduct a self-assessment using the Portfolio of Evidence (encompassing all points within the 'Self-Assess' columns).
  • Please ensure your Supervisor/Line Manager, or similar, is aware of what you are doing so that the Crossbow Assessor may approach them for supporting information as appropriate.

After completing these actions, call or email Crossbow to arrange for an Assessor to visit your workplace to verify your evidence.

Please Note: If your evidence is not sufficient you may be required to do one, or more, of the following:

  • provide more evidence at a later time
  • complete workplace assignments set by Crossbow
  • complete a whole unit of training, either through face-to-face training or through flexible or self-paced training.

This will be discussed with you at the time of the assessment.

NOTE: You must also remember that the evidence you provide for the Diploma must demonstrate your experience covers a range of different contexts, goes over a period of time and is shown on multiple occasions (not one-off occasions).


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