Use your initiative and judgement to direct, plan and lead a range of program functions.
Achieve organisational objectives by managing or directing a range of projects.
Take accountability for personal and team outcomes.
Why study this qualification?
Project and Programme management is used in a variety of industries and is applied across a wide variety of situations. Organisations today are operating in very competitive environments and must respond quickly to global challenges and internal and external issues. To address these challenges organisations need to ensure a structured planned approach to organise, control, and manage resources to deliver timely results, which are aligned to business goals.
This qualification is being offered online. Pacific Training Group’s study online program:
Provides convenient and flexibility in terms of online studying
Study at the comfort of your own
Introduces students to great networking opportunities
Access learning materials in in one portable device
Promotes self-discipline and responsibility
Offers a variety of specialised skills to choose from
Presents learning opportunities for learners from all walks of life
It is estimated around 88,000 people are employed in Australia as Project and Programme administrators and managers. The primary employment as per government statistics is in the Public Administration and Safety; Education and Training; and Health Care and Social Assistance sectors.
Construction and remodelling assistant
Warehouse and manufacturing line lead
Helpdesk and customer service manager
Academic research officer
Quality assurance tester
Assistant event planner
Project and Programme administration and management occupations are largely available in many regions of Australia and globally. Here are the daily tasks you will undertake:
Developing, reviewing and negotiating variations to contracts, programs, projects and services.
Responding to inquiries and resolving problems concerning contracts, programs, projects, services provided, and persons affected.
Managing paperwork associated with contracts, programs, projects and services provided.
Working with Project Managers, Architects, Engineering Professionals, owners and others to ensure that goals are met.
Advising senior management on matters requiring attention and implementing their decisions.
More reasons to choose Pacific Training Group
Centrally located, modern campuses.
Extensive connections to industry.
Complimentary academic support.
World-class eLearning resources.
A range of in-class timetable options combined with online learning
Explore your options
A Programme Manager manages multiple projects, and sometimes multiple programs while a Project Manager manages the teams responsible for fulfilling the project and achieving its deliverables. In general terms, a program manager has broader responsibilities than the project manager. Therefore, the tools they use are focused on either the macro, for the program manager, or the micro, for the project manager.
BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management (6 Terms of 10 weeks plus term breaks)
Develop skills in project leadership and management to achieve organisational objectives including:
Effectively leading and managing teams
Managing project scope, time, quality and cost
Managing project information and stakeholder engagement
Managing project risk and work, health and safety
Turn ideas into reality
Recognised project management qualification
Best-practice knowledge, skills, tools and techniques
Improve the quality of work
The core level of embedded understanding of programs
BSB61218 Advanced Diploma of Project Management (5 Terms of 10 weeks plus term breaks)
Develop specialised skills in managing programs that achieve organisational objectives including:
Developing business cases
Managing program finances, risk and governance
Engaging in collaborative alliances and communities of practice
Managing innovation and continuous improvement
Programme execution and implementation
Business case development
High demand skills
This course can be taken online and on-campus. All on-campus classes are held through a blended learning method. Students are expected to attend a weekly 20-hour class: 15 hours on-campus and 5 hours online.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pacific Training Group temporarily runs the classes through a blended study mode using Remote Live classes via Zoom Client for Meetings until further notice. The shift will not impact the course and learning outcomes of the students.
Minimum 18 years
Australian Year 11 or equivalent
An upper-intermediate level of English or IELTS 5.5
Students must provide their own laptop and have access to high-speed internet.
For students taking BSB61218 Advanced Diploma of Programme Management:
Have completed a Diploma of Project Management qualification
Have completed two year’s equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience at a significant level within a project or program environment within an enterprise.
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