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Diploma of Project Management (BSB51415)

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CRICOS Code: 097831C

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Gain solid, theory-based knowledge of project management concepts and strategies
  • Discover how to effectively manage projects in a range of contexts and sectors
  • Explore how to use tools that will help evaluate project outcomes and others who work on your project


Program Description

Project management opens up opportunities for individuals in a wide range of industries and is an essential skill in any business. The Diploma of Project Management should empower students with the confidence to manage projects in a variety of contexts, and across a number of industry sectors. Students will gain a solid foundational knowledge in key areas of project management, and how to achieve project outcomes. By the end of program, students should come away with the ability to use a range of specialised, technical, and managerial skills to initiate, plan, execute, and evaluate their own work and/or the work of others.

SCHEDULES*
In all of our programs, you will build a timetable which combines 6 hours per week of online study and 14 hours per week of in-class study. The online study component includes exercises, discussion forums, and resources to help with assignments and to provide foundational academic and learning skills. In-class study schedules combine the core lecture with foundation skills and PASS classes.
View the Program Flyer for sample schedules.

* Schedules may vary. Optional internship can be scheduled outside of class time.

Program Overview

  • Manage project scope & manage project time
  • Lead operational plans & workplace relationships
  • Manage project cost
  • Manage people performance & lead and manage team effectiveness
  • Manage project human resources & manage project information and communication
  • Manage project quality
  • Manage project risk
  • Manage project integration
Course units may be subject to change

Program Length

64 weeks* (20 hours/week)
Includes 6 hours/week online study +
14 hours/week in class study**

*48 weeks study + 16 weeks scheduled breaks. Internships are unpaid work hours.

2018 Program Start Dates

Sep 24, Nov 5

SCHEDULED BREAKS

Dec 17, 2018 to Jan 11, 2019

Optional Internship Placement

Add a volunteer internship to your program to apply your learning and gain hands on skills. Internships are arranged concurrent with studies and run between 7–20 hours per week for a minimum of 8 weeks.* Duties may vary and a business dress code will be required. The internship coordinator will visit students regularly at the work place to assess progress and to offer support. Students will use their placement to analyse and write about topics studied during their course work.

*Internship length varies depending on study location and the needs of the employer.

What is Nationally Recognised Training

Nationally Recognised Training
All ILSC Business College programs are Nationally Recognised Training. The Nationally Recognised Training (NRT) logo is a distinguishable mark of quality for promoting and certifying national vocational education and training leading to Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications or Statements of Attainment.