In the Diploma of Project Management students develop the practical skills and knowledge required to effectively manage all aspects of a project from start to finish in a range of industry settings. Key areas of focus include project scope, time management, communications, costing, quality and human resources.
The Diploma of Project Management offers a practical, hands-on approach to learning with an emphasis on solving real business problems interwoven with theory and case studies on project management.
This course is recommended for anyone aspiring to a project management position or current project management specialists seeking to formalise their skills and enhance promotional prospects. This diploma is highly suitable for those qualified in other disciplines who want to enhance their skills base by obtaining specialist project management skills.
The course comprises 12 units in total, eight core units and four units chosen in consultation with industry. Online delivery is perfect for participants who have experience in project management and can apply learning in their workplace. This online delivery mode includes weekly webinars where new project management theory is taught and the assessment tasks are explored and explained. Learners have the opportunity for online interaction with their teacher and other learners.
Additional optional on-campus workshops are delivered at the beginning of each term. Those who cannot attend in person can join the workshops online.
Completion expected within six to eighteen months depending on course load chosen.
Units of study
Manage project scope (BSBPMG511)
Manage project time (BSBPMG512)
Manage project quality (BSBPMG513)
Manage project cost (BSBPMG514)
Manage project human resources (BSBPMG515)
Manage project information and communication (BSBPMG516)
Manage project risk (BSBPMG517)
Manage project integration (BSBPMG521)
Online elective units
Ensure a safe workplace (BSBWHS501)
Lead and manage organisational change (BSBINN601)
Manage project procurement (BSBPMG518)
Manage project stakeholder engagement (BSBPMG519)