This course is a broad and deep exploration of the ten project management knowledge areas and covers essential tools and techniques that address all of the project life cycle, including dealing with risks, issues and changes. It will explain the work breakdown structure that enables the schedule, budget and human resources to be identified and tracked throughout the project.

Overview

This course covers essential tools and techniques that address the entire project life cycle, including dealing with risks, issues and changes. It explains the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) that enables project components to be identified and tracked. A case study is used which will enable you to plan and create key project documentation to effectively manage and control projects.

Who Will Benefit

People who have had some experience of projects, including managers, project team leaders, project managers or project team members.

Content

  • Explaining the project management framework
  • The ten knowledge areas of project management
  • The five process groups of project management; initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling and closing a project.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Assess the organisational context for the project and apply project management principles to workplace initiatives
  • Develop a project strategy which will lead to an effective overall project plan
  • Build a suitable project structure and team
  • Manage the relationships with all stakeholders
  • Develop techniques for monitoring, controlling and reporting project progress
  • Successfully deliver a completed project and evaluate project outcomes
  • Understand the link between project outcomes and business benefits.

Assessment

The content of this course provides participants with professional development support towards either the Certificate IV in Project Management Practice or the Diploma of Project Management. Click on the relevant qualification listed under Relationship to Competency Standards (below) for full details and fees.

Additional fee applies for assessment (8 units of competency) towards the BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice:
$1680 Non-Member
$1400 Corporate / Professional Member

Assessment fee for the (7 units of competency) listed under BSB50820 Diploma of Project Management are included in the Program Fee for The Project Manager program (No. 114)

Qualification Pathway

Please click on the qualification link below for Qualification pathway information and total fees.

Nationally Recognised Training

BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

BSBPMG409 Apply project scope management techniques
BSBPMG410 Apply project time management techniques
BSBPMG411 Apply project quality management techniques
BSBPMG414 Apply project information management and communications techniques
BSBPMG415 Apply project risk management techniques
BSBPMG417 Apply project life cycle management processes
BSBPMG418 Apply project stakeholder engagement techniques
BSBPMG521 Manage project integration

BSB50820 Diploma of Project Management

BSBPMG511 Manage project scope
BSBPMG512 Manage project time
BSBPMG513 Manage project quality
BSBPMG516 Manage project information and communication
BSBPMG517 Manage project risk
BSBPMG519 Manage project stakeholder engagement
BSBPMG521 Manage project integration

Course Number
840
Dates
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    Duration

    3 Days

    Time
    Location

    Dolphin Discovery Centre, Bunbury

    * Minimum numbers are required for course to proceed

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