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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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BSB61215

Advanced Diploma of Program Management

This program was designed for international students who require skills and knowledge in managing projects as program managers and wish to gain employment in organisations that require management of various interrelated projects.

Students at this level will learn to use initiative and judgement to direct, plan, and lead a range of program functions, with accountability for personal and team outcomes within broad parameters; and use cognitive and communication skills to identify, analyse and synthesise information from a variety of sources; transfer knowledge to others; use creative or conceptual skills to express ideas and perspectives; and respond to complex problems.

Students will learn skills and knowledge about how to manage or direct a program which includes a suite of projects, or multiple projects, or interrelated projects which are managed by the same person as a program and contribute to the
achievement of organisational objectives.

Students would have successfully completed the BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management or can demonstrate an extensive experience and current skills, knowledge and are able to provide evidence of managing, minimum of two years full-time, workplace projects or work within a program of interrelated numerous projects, each of which has its own project manager.

COURSE DURATION

1 academic year


TARGET AUDIENCE

Students who require skills and knowledge in managing projects. These individuals may wish to gain employment in organisations that require management of various interrelated projects working towards achieving organisational objectives. Prior to entering into this course these students would have completed the BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management or have an extensive experience and can demonstrate and be assessed for current skills, knowledge and evidence of minimum of two years full-time managing a workplace project or work within a program environment within an organisation.


DELIVERY MODES

Full-time, on-campus. Support materials are available on the SBTA E-Learning Portal.

Requirements

Pathways

At the successful completion of this course students may elect to continue further studies at higher AQF levels.

Course Units

4 core units of competency plus

8 elective units of competency

The units of competency below have been selected with consultation with our industry partners.

+ ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Requirements

+ PATHWAYS FROM THE QUALIFICATION

Pathways

At the successful completion of this course students may elect to continue further studies at higher AQF levels.

+ UNITS OF COMPETENCY

Course Units

4 core units of competency plus

8 elective units of competency

The units of competency below have been selected with consultation with our industry partners.

+ COURSE INFO PACKAGE