Dip. PM Step Up From Cert.4

Qualification Code: BSB51415

Qualification Title: Diploma of Project Management

Provider: Techknowledgey Pty Ltd (Techknowledgey®)

PO Box 953, Templestowe VIC 3106 (+613) 8539 4866 learning@techknowledgey.edu.au

RTO ID: 41214

Delivery Mode: This qualification is delivered via an Assessment Only approach to assessment, consisting of:

  • online and workplace-based learning throughout the period of the course duration; and
  • Assessments completed via TechKnowledgey’s Learning Management System.BSB41515 Certificate IV Project Management in Practice

Course duration: 6 months

Recognition of Prior Learning: Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available, and all students are offered the opportunity to participate in RPL upon application.  RPL is a process whereby skills and knowledge that you have gained through work and life experience and other unrecognised training can be formally recognised.  RPL is recommended as an option where individuals have been working in a relevant job role for at least 2 years.

Where RPL is granted, the amount of training (duration) and course fees will be varied accordingly.  Please refer to the Student Handbook and Course Information for more information.

Units of Competency: The BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management requires the completion of 12 units, 8 core units and 4 electives.  The units have been listed below:

 

Unit Code

Unit Title

Unit Type

BSBPMG511

Manage project scope

Core

BSBPMG512

Manage project time

Core

BSBPMG513

Manage project quality

Core

BSBPMG514

Manage project cost

Core

BSBPMG515

Manage project human resources

Core

BSBPMG516

Manage project information and communication

Core

BSBPMG517

Manage project risk

Core

BSBPMG518

Manage project procurement

Elective

BSBWOR501

Manage personal work priorities and professional development

Elective

BSBWOR502

Lead and manage team effectiveness

Elective

BSBINN502

Build and sustain an innovative work environment

Elective

BSBPMG521

Manage project integration

Core

Entry Requirements: There are no pre-requisites for this qualification or any of the units of competency contained within it.  However, TechKnowledgey requires that students:

have completed year 12 or equivalent;

  • are over the age of 18;
  • are capable and have a suitable level of language, literacy and numeracy to complete the course requirements, with or without the additional support which TechKnowledgey is able to provide;
  • currently occupy a role relevant to the course, and the subject-area of the qualification;
  • are currently employed at a workplace suitable for undertaking the assessments, and where the required resources are available;
  • have received the employer’s commitment to support the student and the Workplace Project Mentor (WPM) throughout the duration of the course; and
  • have received the WPM’s commitment to support them in completing the workplace-based assessments.

Students must have an intermediate level of digital literacy, in order to successfully complete this program, and also to successfully complete the LLN assessment on our Learning Management System (LMS).

Workplace Involvement: TechKnowledgey will work with the relevant workplace manager (e.g. Learning & Development Coordinator):

  • at Pre-Enrolment, to confirm –
    • the relevance of the student’s current role to the course and the qualification;
    • the suitability and availability of required workplace resources for the course;
    • the employer’s commitment to support the student and the Workplace Project Mentor (WPM), as they participate in workplace-based assessment;
  • at Enrolment, to –
    • review workplace needs; and
    • during the course of the student’s enrolment, to –
      • facilitate communication between the WPM, the employer and the student, where required.

TechKnowledgey will work with the nominated Workplace Project Mentor (WPM):

  • at Pre-Enrolment, to confirm –
    • the WPM’s commitment to support the student, as they undertake their assessments; and
  • during the course of the student’s enrolment, to –
    • facilitate communication between the WPM, the employer and the student, where required.

Throughout the course of the student’s enrolment, the WPM will:

  • oversee the development of the student’s workplace-based Action Learning Project (ALP);
  • offer advice and assistance, where required, regarding development of the ALP; and
  • provide Third Party Observation Reports to TechKnowledgey, confirming the relevance and consistency of skills demonstrated in the workplace by the student.

The WPM will complete and sign the relevant Third Party Observation Report for each unit undertaken by the student.  The student will include the Third Party Observation Report with their submission of the completed Performance Evidence Assessment Tool (PEAT) report for the unit.  (The student may wish to show the completed PEAT report to their WPM, prior to finalisation of the Third Party Observation Report.)

The Third Party Observation Report will be used as supplementary evidence, as only the qualified assessor will be making a decision on competency for the unit.  However, the assessor will use the Third Party Observation Report as evidence to support this decision.

Prior to applying you must click on the link provided and read the full Course Information.

Prior to applying you must click on the link provided and read the Student Handbook.
The Course Information and Student Handbook contain terms and conditions which will be incorporated within your Student Agreement, if you choose to enrol in this Program.

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