Unique Student Identifier (USI) Mandatory since 1 January 2015
Since the 1st of January 2015, all students undertaking Nationally Recognised training in Australia need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Once you have your USI, you can use it throughout your life, to keep a centralised online record of all your Nationally Recognised training. Whether you're studying at TAFE, a private training organisation, completing a certificate or diploma course, apprenticeship or skill set - you'll need a USI.
This pathway provides you with a set of prescribed online assessment tasks for each unit. You must successfully address all of these tasks in order to achieve the qualification. You will need to utilise your knowledge, skill and experience in your chosen field to fulfil the assessment evidence requirements. This pathway requires you to have your workplace supervisor’s support in order to help you to develop evidence in areas where you have less experience. Full guidance and support is provided by your Assessor.
This pathway provides you with a set of nationally prescribed online requirements (Skills and Knowledge) for each unit. You must successfully address all of these requirements in order to achieve the qualification. You will collate your evidence in the form of a portfolio, and you will list each piece of evidence against the prescribed requirements. Your evidence should demonstrate that you carry out these nationally prescribed requirements in the workplace and have underpinning knowledge of the subject matter. No Workplace Supervisor support is required for this pathway. Full guidance and support is provided by your Assessor.
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 who oversee the contract need an understanding of the impact of their decisions or actions on the contract.
Enrolment in this qualification requires participants to have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in their chosen field, with responsibility for contract management practices as part of their current role.
Participants are also required to have the support of an employer, manager or supervisor who can provide opportunities for the participant to demonstrate competence and develop and collect evidence from various departments within the business.
Upon successful enrolment in this qualification, participants will be granted online access to all relevant assessment tools. Every aspect of each assessment tool must be addressed successfully in order to achieve this qualification.
Participants have up to 2 years to complete the assessment requirements of the qualification.
BSBPMG518 Manage project procurement
BSBPRC502 Manage supplier relationships
BSBPMG515 Manage project human resources
BSBWHS514 Manage WHS compliance of contractors
BSBADM502 Manage meetings
BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development
BSBRSK501 Manage risk
PSPPCM008 Manage contract performance
PSPPCM009 Finalise contracts
BSBPRC402 Negotiate contracts
PSPPCM011 Plan to manage a contract
BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plans