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Project Management

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Depending on Recognition of Prior Learning

Graduates of the Project Planning Breakthrough courses can now gain a BSB50820 Diploma of Project Management qualification.

We can complete this with you and your organisation by means of:

  1. Recognition of Prior Learning through an evidence portfolio and an assessment. We provide each candidate an assessment book which outlines the type of evidence they need to provide in order to show that they are competent in each area. Coaching is provided via organised phone and WebEx meeting throughout the process. Students then have a workplace assessment linked to their evidence portfolio.
  2. A face to face method which is offered in flexible options. This can be done either as a week, or over a number of days across several months, evening classes, or weekend delivery. These flexible solutions will offer you and your organisation the opportunity to complete the programs with support from the dedicated Facilitator and assessor of these programs who will work with your team to ensure the practical application and knowledge, with the theory and skills are met for you.

Priority Management is a globally recognised training provider with the Project Management Institute. Graduates of Priority Management’s Project Planning Breakthroughs can obtain Professional Development Units.

Project Planning BreakthroughPPB30021PDU’s
Microsoft Project Fundamentals
Working Smart with Microsoft Project
MSPF1000
WSMP100
8PDU’s
7PDU’s

BSB50820 – Diploma of Project Management is suitable for people who manage projects or large sub projects. Assessment via RPL and RCC is more suitable for those who have experience in working on or managing a project.

UNITS

UNIT 1: BSBPMG530 Manage project scope
Element 1.1 – Conduct project authorisation activities
Element 1.2 – Define project scope
Element 1.3: – Manage project scope-control process

UNIT 2: BSBPMG531 Manage project time
Element 2.1 – Determine project schedule
Element 2.2 – Implement project schedule
Element 2.3 – Assess time-management outcomes

UNIT 3: BSBPMG532 Manage project quality
Element 3.1 – Determine quality requirements
Element 3.2 – Implement quality processes
Element 3.3 – Implement project quality improvements

UNIT 4: BSBPMG533 Manage project cost
Element 4.1 – Determine project costs
Element 4.2 – Monitor and control project costs
Element 4.3 – Complete cost-management processes

UNIT 5: BSBPMG534 Manage project human resources
Element 5.1 – Plan human resources
Element 5.2 – Implement personnel training and development
Element 5.3 – Lead the project team
Element 5.4 – Finalise human resource activities

UNIT 6: BSBPMG535 Manage project information and communication
Element 6.1 – Plan information and communication processes
Element 6.2 – Implement project information and communication processes
Element 6.3 – Assess information and communication outcomes

UNIT 7: BSBPM536 Manage project risk
Element 7.1 – Identify project risks
Element 7.2 – Analyse project risks
Element7.3 – Establish risk treatments and controls
Element 7.4 – Monitor and control project risks
Element 7.5 – Assess risk-management outcomes

UNIT 8: BSBPMG537 Manage project procurement
Element 8.1 – Determine procurement requirements
Element 8.2 – Establish agreed procurement processes
Element 8.3 – Conduct procurement activities
Element 8.4 – Implement and monitor procurement
Element 8.5 – Manage procurement finalisation procedures

UNIT 9: BSBPMG538 Manage project stakeholder engagement
Element 9.1 – Identify and address stakeholder interests
Element 9.2 – Manage effective stakeholder engagement
Element 9.3 – Manage stakeholder communications

UNIT 10: BSBPMG539 Manage project governance
Element 10.1 – Identify project-management structure
Element 10.2 – Apply project governance policies and procedures
Element 10.3 – Monitor and review project governance

UNIT 11: BSBPMG540 Manage project integration
Element 11.1 – Establish project
Element 11.2 – Undertake project planning and design processes
Element 11.3 – Execute project in work environment
Element 11.4 – Manage project control
Element 11.5 – Manage project finalisation

UNIT 12: An elective unit chosen from the following;

BSBAUD514 *BSBOPS501 *BSBSTR501 *
BSBCMM511 *BSBPEF501BSBSTR502 *
BSBCRT511 *BSBPMG537BSBSUS511 *
BSBDAT501 *BSBPMG538BSBTWK502 *
BSBINS501 *BSBPMG539BSBWHS516 *
BSBLDR522 *BSBPMG541 *ICTICT517 *
PSPETH003 *MSS015022 *ICTICT515 *

This qualification is an advanced level qualification for people required to manage projects. It is aimed at learners with project experience; and workers with project experience who are now being asked to manage projects and manage clerical staff / administrators who need to monitor and report on projects.

Preferred pathways for candidates considering this qualification include:

  • A preference to become involved in Project-related activity
  • Vocational experience in project-based work.
  • Work experience in operational work that can be applied to Project work.
  • 10927NAT Certificate III in Project Administration
  • BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake the following in order to progress into project/program management:

  • BSB61215 – Advanced Diploma of Program Management
  • Undergraduate/post-graduate qualification in project/program management

 

When undertaking this course, learners should access to a relevant workplace role, literacy and numeracy levels at least equivalent to level 3 of the Australian core skills framework ( ACSF). They should be able to work independently; to investigate, identify and evaluate knowledge; and to learn in a team environment, including some mentoring of others.

Further information on ACSF levels can be found at https://www.employment.gov.au/australian-core-skills-framework

Learning support is available as required. Please contact Priority Management to discuss your needs.

  • Total number of units = 12 8 core units  plus4 elective units, of which:
  • 4 elective units  may be selected from the elective units listed above or any endorsed Training Package or accredited course at Diploma level or higher.Elective units must be relevant to the work environment and the qualification, maintain the integrity of the AQF alignment and contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome. They must not include the choice of the unit BSBPMG522 Undertake project work.
    • orientation meeting – 2 hours
    • Project Planning Breakthroughs course (PPB) –16 hours over four days
    • Fundamentals of Microsoft Project course (FMSP) – 8 hours
    • Working Smart with Microsoft Project course (WSMSP) – 8 hours
    • Optional: additional courses in negotiating (16 hours), Microsoft Excel (8 hours), Working Smart with Microsoft Outlook course (WSMO) (6 hours), Influencing (8 hours), Working Smart in Microsoft Teams (8 hours), Microsoft OneNote (5 hours)

    Learners who have previously gained 10552NAT Certificate III in Project Administration and/or BSB41515 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice and who have completed the above face-to-face training can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for this face-to-face training.

    16 hours per week at the workplace working on live projects and gathering evidence – 44 weeks = 704 hours per year (2 years)

    8 x 2-hour webinars per year (2 years)

    Consultation with trainer/assessor – 8 hours/month (approx.)

    Total hours depending on recognition of prior learning

  • Project Planning Breakthrough
  • Working Smart with Microsoft Project
  • Microsoft Project Fundamentals
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