Diploma of Project Management teaches participants to apply project management skills and knowledge in a variety of contexts, across a number of industry sectors. The course teaches project leadership and management roles and achieving project objectives, Graduates possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical and managerial competencies to initiate, plan, execute and evaluate their own work and/or the work of others.
Total Units – 12 (8 Core units plus 4 Electives as shown below)
- BSBPMG530 Manage project scope
- BSBPMG531 Manage project time
- BSBPMG532 Manage project quality
- BSBPMG533 Manage project cost
- BSBPMG534 Manage project human resources
- BSBPMG535 Manage project information and communication
- BSBPMG536 Manage project risk
- BSBPMG540 Manage project integration
- BSBLDR601 Lead and manage organisational change
- BSBXCM501 Lead communication in the workplace
- BSBCRT511 Develop critical thinking in others
- BSBPEF502 Develop and use emotional intelligence
Candidates may enter the qualification through a number of entry points including:
- Certificate IV in Project Management Practice, or other relevant qualification, OR
- with vocational experience in a range of work environments in senior support roles but without a qualification.
After achieving this qualification candidates may choose to undertake the Advanced Diploma of Program Management or a range of other qualifications.
- Number of study weeks: 40 weeks
- Holiday weeks: 12 weeks
- Total Course Duration: 52 weeks
- Number of hours per week: 20 contact hours
Class timetable: Classes may be held between 8:30 am-9 pm, Monday- Saturday (excluding public holidays). Students are advised of their class timetables during orientation.
Please refer to the Protea College Term Calendar.
Students will have access to the following course materials:
- Study Guides
- Assessment packs
- Power-point presentations
- Online course content
- Internet access
- Links to external resources
- Overhead projectors
- Library resources
Assessments/ evidence-gathering techniques may include:
- Role Play / Video recordings/ Presentation / Discussion Forums
- Oral – Questioning
- Case study
- Written assessments/Report/Essay/Research/Group Project
Students may be required to submit video presentations. They may also be required to participate in an oral interview at the course end of the course.
Students can apply for RPL/ Credit transfer based on prior work experience and/or education/training. Please note that the course duration may be reduced if RPL/ Credits are granted and the confirmation of enrolment will be adjusted accordingly.
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