InstructorKestrel Stone
DateJun 11, 2019 - Sep 19, 2019
Time9am-5pm
PlaceNorth Sydney - 80 Mount St, North Sydney
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Price $4500 GST FREE
Deposit due now: $1500
Remainder due before completion: $3000
Applied Project Management

Our public courses are held three times per year and involve the simultaneous delivery of:

  • Elemental Project Management (training only) and
  • BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management (training + qualification).

BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management

Our flagship professional development program for project managers is aimed at practising project managers from any industry, sector or technical background. This nationally recognised qualification involves a comprehensive and highly practical training program with concurrent workplace coaching and assessment.

Click here to download a printable brochure for this course.

Course dates

Two blocks of three days, delivered ten weeks apart:

  • Block 1:   11 – 13 June, 2019
    • Module 1: Initiating and Planning Projects
  • Block 2:   17 – 19 September, 2019
    • Module 2: Building and Leading Project Teams
    • Module 3: Monitoring and Controlling Projects
    • Module 4: Closing and Evaluating Projects

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Pre-Enrolment Checklist

To be eligible to do this course, you must:

  • be currently working on projects (either as the project manager, team member, or project sponsor)
  • demonstrate the minimum Language, Literacy & Numeracy skills required to undertake a qualification at this level
  • be an Australian citizen or permanent resident

Please complete our Pre-Enrolment Checklist prior to registering for this course.

Course fee

$4,500 (GST free)

Course content

Knowledge and skills are developed through a variety of training techniques specifically designed for adult learners, including:

  • In-class lectures delivered by an engaging expert trainer
  • Multimedia content including videos, games and psychological challenges sprinkled throughout lectures to build engagement and interest
  • Team activities based on relevant project case studies
  • Work-based assessment tasks that transfer knowledge and skills from the classroom to the workplace
  • A project management simulation (Mad About Projects), that gives participants the experience of managing a project in a day, and the understanding that comes from putting theory into practice. Held on the last training day, this simulation incorporates all previous learning and is where, for many, the ‘penny finally drops’ and a deeper understanding of project management is gained.
Assessment support

Following the face-to-face training block, students undertake further individual study and submit four Module Assessments. It typically takes 3-6 months to complete all assessments, during which time students are supported by a personal assessor who provides online coaching, guidance, and detailed feedback on assessments.

After this course, participants will…

Know about

  • Industry standard, best-practice project management theory, terminology, methodologies, concepts, processes, tool and techniques
  • The ‘people side of projects’ – the psychology of project management and the ‘soft skills’ required to manage, lead, influence, negotiate and communicate with project team members, suppliers and stakeholders.
  • Different types of projects and the approach/methodology best suited to each
  • Strategic alignment of projects and the link between projects, benefits, and corporate strategy
  • The role of the project manager in relation to benefits realisation
  • Earned Value Management as a tool for evaluating the performance of a project and identifying when you are over budget and/or behind schedule
  • Control techniques and how to bring a project back on track
  • Communication techniques including the use of social media and online collaboration tools
  • Project management software/tools

Be able to

  • Develop key project management documents including:
    • Project Charter
    • Project Management Plan – including:
      • Work Breakdown Structure
      • Network Diagram and Gantt chart
      • Project Cost Estimate
      • Quality Plan
      • HR Plans (Organisational Breakdown Structure, Responsibility Assignment Matrix, and Roles & Responsibilities Table)
      • Stakeholder Analysis & Communication Plan
      • Risk Register
      • Procurement Plan
    • Project Status Reports
    • Post Implementation Review

Receive

  • 6 days of training
  • 12-month subscription to Ecademy (our video library)
  • suite of professional project management tools & templates
  • online coaching and support from your personal assessor
  • detailed feedback on assessment based on real workplace projects
  • 2 tickets to our annual graduation & alumni celebration event
  • automatic CPPP certification with the Australian Institute of Project Management
  • The nationally recognised qualification: BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management awarded by Major Training Services (Registered Training Organisation No. 90748)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

We also offer recognition of prior learning for those with experience in project management who are seeking a fast-tracked qualification to support and validate their knowledge and skills. Please click here for more details about RPL.