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Who should attend

Anyone who works on or are involved in projects but doesn’t manage or supervise the project but would like Project Management qualifications.


Assessment via RPL and RCC is suitable for those who have experience in working on a project or administering project documentation and logistics.


Related Training

Project Planning Breakthroughs

Working Sm@rt with Microsoft Project


Graduates of the Project Planning Breakthroughs course can now gain a 10552NAT Certificate III in Project Administration 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 also globally recognised training provider with the Project Management Institute, graduates of both Priority Management’s Working Smart with Microsoft Project and Project Planning Breakthroughs course can obtain Professional Development Units.

Project Planning Breakthrough                                      1161–PMB00020      21PDU’s

Working Smart with Microsoft Project                          1161–TN061161          7PDU’s

To achieve the qualification, 10552NAT Certificate III in Project Administration, the learner must be assessed as competent in 12 units; 9 core and 3 electives.

Talk to a local training expert near you to review your specific requirements.

UNIT 1: PJACSM301A Contribute To Project Scope Management

Element 1.1 – Assist with defining project scope  

Element 1.2 – Apply knowledge of project scope controls 

Element 1.3 – Contribute to review of scope controls

UNIT 2: PJACTM301A Contribute To Project Time Management

Element 2.1 – Assist in developing project schedule

Element 2.2 – Assist in maintaining project schedules

Element 2.3 – Contribute to the assessment of time-management outcomes

UNIT 3: PJACQM301A Contribute To Project Quality Management

Element 3.1 – Contribute to project quality planning

Element 3.2 Apply quality policies and procedures

Element 3.3 – Contribute to project quality review process

UNIT 4: PJACCM301A Contribute To Project Cost Management

Element 4.1 – Assist in developing the project budget

Element 4.2 – Contribute to monitoring project costs

Element 4.3 Contribute to project cost finalisation process

UNIT 5: PJACHM301A Contribute To Project Human Resource Management

Element 5.1 – Assist in determining human resource requirements

Element 5.2 – Assist with human resource monitoring

Element 5.3 – Contribute to evaluating human resource practices

UNIT 6: PJACMM301A Contribute To Project Communications Management

Element 6.1 – Contribute to communications planning

Element 6.2 – Communicate project information

                        Element 6.3 – Contribute to assessing effectiveness of communication

UNIT 7: PJACRM301A Contribute To Project Risk Management

Element 7.1 – Assist with risk analysis and planning

Element 7.2 – Perform risk-control activities

Element 7.3 Contribute to assessing risk-management outcomes

UNIT 8: PJACPM301A Contribute To Project Procurement Management

Element 8.1 – Assist with procurement planning

Element 8.2 Conduct procurement activities

Element 8.3 Assist in finalising procurement activities

UNIT 9: BSBWHS302A Apply Knowledge Of WHS Legislation In The Workplace

Element 9.1 – Determine the legal framework for WHS in the workplace

Element 9.2 – Contribute to activity that reflects WHS legislative requirements

Element 9.3 – Keep up to date with Legislation and relevant publications

ELECTIVE UNIT BSBFLM301A Contribute To Effective Workplace Relations

Element 1 – Seek, receive and communicate information and ideas  

Element 2 – Encourage trust and confidence   

Element 3 – Identify and use networks and relationships  

Element 4 – Contribute to positive outcomes.

ELECTIVE UNIT BSBFLM309A Support Continuous Improvement Systems & Processes

Element 1 – Contribute to continuous improvement systems and processes

Element 2 – Monitor and report on specified outcomes

Element 3 – Support opportunities for further improvement

ELECTIVE UNIT BSBFLM312C Contribute To Team Effectiveness

Element 1 – Contribute to team outcomes

Element 2 – Support Team Cohesion

Element 3 – Participate in a work team

Element 4 – Communicate with management

ELECTIVE UNIT BSBWOR301B Organise Personal Work Priorities & Development

Element 1 – Organise and complete own work schedule

Element 2 – Monitor own work performance

Element 3 – Co-ordinate personal skill development and learning

ELECTIVE UNIT BSBWRT301A Write Simple Documents

Element 1 – Plan document

Element 2 – Draft Document

                        Element 3 – Review Document

                        Element 4 – Write Final Document.

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