Mike Nolan

The Certificate IV of Project Management course is for members of project teams who want to develop their skills and knowledge in project management and gain a nationally recognised qualification.The course is facilitated by highly regarded project managers and trainers and is particularly relevant for people currently engaged in a project and others who have previous experience working in a project team. The Centre for People Development are the leading providers of Project Management qualifications in South Australia.

The course brings together people from a range of agencies to sharetheir project experience, challenges and successes. The Centre for People Development bring learning and insights from a myriad of projects from policy to construction, Health, Government and IT.The combination makes for a dynamic, practical and relevant course for all participants. The course is a combination eight (8) one day workshops and course work undertaken by participants, usually as part of their own workplace projects. Also included is a comprehensive set of manuals including a valuable range of tools, templates and instruments which, in soft copy, are ready for use in participants’ workplaces. Final submission of work for assessment is usually 12-14 weeks after completion of the workshops.

If you are looking for a course which turns the theory into practical tools and techniques, this is it.

The program is delivered in a range of formats and blended learning is encouraged:

  • Face to face training
  • Leadership coaching
  • Online learning and
  • Portfolio's and Recognition processes

Core Units

  1. BSBPMG409 Apply project scope management techniques

  2. BSBPMG410 Apply project time management techniques

  3. BSBPMG411 Apply project quality management techniques

Elective Units

  1. BSBPMG412 Apply project cost management techniques

  2. BSBPMG413 Apply project human resources management approaches

  3. BSBPMG414 Apply project information management and communications techniques

  4. BSBPMG415 Apply project risk management techniques

  5. BSBPMG417 Apply project life cycle management processes

  6. BSBPMG418 Apply project stakeholder engagement techniques

The Centre for People Development offer various options for recognition and credit transfer of units from other nationally accredited qualifications, where appropriate.

Sequence of training may be linked with key work activities and all training sessions will draw on the relevant work place context. Participants are provided with written and electronic materials. Gain a nationally recognised qualification tailored to your own workplace, role and activities. The Centre for People Development specialises in customised learning and development and provides individually tailored learning plans and strategies designed to improve successful completion rates and engage with / apply the learning in the workplace.

This is a nationally recognised, high quality professional development program, delivered by experienced managers and highly competent facilitators. The program is practical and learning is applied to the workplace immediately. Participants in this program will undertake a work based project as part of the course assessment requirements, contributing to the employer organisation as they learn. Once completed, this course further provides participants with a comprehensive set of management tools and templates for future use and development .

 

Mike Nolan

This Diploma of Project Management course is for managers or leaders of projects who want to develop their skills and knowledge in excellent project management and gain a nationally recognised qualification.

The course is a combination of eight (8) one day workshops over 20 weeks and course work undertaken by participants usually as part of their own workplace projects.

A comprehensive set of manuals is included to provide additional reading including a valuable range of tools, templates and instruments which, in soft copy, are ready for use in participants’ workplaces.

Assignments, provided electronically, are completed between sessions and contribute to the overall assessment of the course. Participants will need 10-15 hours for work to be done between each week, often part of their work role. Final submission of work for assessment is usually 12-16 weeks after completion of the workshops.

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