This qualification is now more comprehensive and focused on developing the essential skills and knowledge required in successful contracts. The importance of having staff with a thorough knowledge and understanding of contract management has grown significantly in recent years. It is no longer just the contract manager or lawyer who needs this knowledge. All staff who are involved in the delivery or oversight of the contract need an understanding of the impact of their decisions and actions on the contract.
The program is delivered over 6 face-to-face days with a break after the first 3 days to allow you to go back to your workplace and apply the skills you have gained.
This premium program uses a blended learning approach which includes face-to-face sessions, access to our online learning platform and 12 months Professional Membership of AIM WA. Learn more at aimwa.com/blendedlearning
Note: This qualification is designed for those who already work within contract management and actively participate in the management of contractors which includes but is not limited to all phases of the contract from negotiations through to planning and finalisation.
Note: The assessment will cover all 12 units of competency as a holistic assessment with a self-directed online aspect for the Manage Personal Work Priorities and Professional Development unit.
Assessment fees for 12 units in the 10526NAT Diploma of Contract Management are included in the program fees.
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This program 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.
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