Important Information

Downloadable Documents / Forms

APP Personal Information Notice

Records Update Request Form

Back to Basics Privacy Notice

Privacy Act Information

In accordance with the Privacy Act, Back to Basics Business Training is obligated to ensure we protect you and your personal information.

You can arrange for another person or organisation to enquire or act on your behalf when dealing with Back to Basics Business Training.

What Is An Authorised Person?

Students may wish to have someone else act on their behalf when dealing with Back to Basics Business Training. Where you nominate someone else to deal with us on your behalf, they are listed in your records as an ‘Authorised Person’.

Such third parties may include employers, parents or guardians, Governments (Commonwealth, State or Local), Australian Apprenticeships Centres and various other stakeholders.

What Is An Authorised Person Able To Do?

When you nominate an Authorised Person, you can give them the ability to:

  1. Conduct all business in relation to your course and studies with Back to Basics Business Training. This enables them to make any changes you can make to your details, including changing payment details or changing telephone or address details


2. Conduct specific business only

This limits their authority to what you specify

At the time of nominating an Authorised Person, you also need to tell us how long you would like their authority to last. It can be either ongoing or for a specified period of time.

How To Nominate An Authorised Person

You may nominate an Authorised Person by requesting a Records Access Form by:

1. Return email and we will arrange for our Student Support Team to email the form to you.

2. Calling the Back to Basics Business Training Student Support Team on 1300 855 713

3. Email our Student Support Team directly:


In the spirit of reconciliation Back to Basics acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community.
We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.