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Diploma of Project Management BSB51415

This highly respected qualification is your step forward in this key business function. Gain theoretical knowledge to lead colleagues and complete important goals with ease. This diploma reinforces management skills for those who have been placed in key roles. If you are responsible for outcomes and team performance, it is important to learn how to navigate and assess the risks and costs involved in any project.

Being able to ask the right questions and manage resources will give you the right perspective to get important work done. Gain practical tools and skills to move projects forward. Implement a sound project methodology to selecting the right technical resources and project monitoring and evaluation tools.

This specialised understanding will benefit your productivity and your workplace’s bottom line.

Diploma

Duration

12 months

Flexible Delivery

Face-to-face workshops + work-based learning activities + online learning

Funding Available

*Enquire for eligibility **Limited Time Only

Nationally Recognised Qualification

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Learning Outcomes

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Initiate, plan, implement and control different types of projects

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Monitor project costs and manage scope creep

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Establish and maintain relationships with key stakeholders

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Schedule and control resources efficiently and effectively

Apply project management tools and techniques appropriately

Course Structure

We have selected key subjects that focus on in demand skills for today’s workplace. Informed by our learning and development experts and our industry consultation, the skills learnt are relevant across all industries.

The following units are covered in this course:

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  • BSBWOR501: Manage personal priorities and professional development
  • BSBPMG513 Manage Project Quality
  • BSBPMG514 Manage Project Cost
  • BSBPMG520 Manage Project Governance
  • BSBPMG512 Manage project time
  • BSBPMG515 Manage project human resources
  • BSBPMG517 Manage project risk
  • BSBPMG519 Manage stakeholder engagement
  • BSBPMG511 Manage project scope
  • BSBPMG516 Manage project information and communication
  • BSBPMG518 Manage project procurement
  • BSBPMG521 Manage project integration
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More information about this program

Project management is the application of a range of knowledge, skills tools and techniques needed to deliver a project. The successful delivery of a project occurs with the co-ordination of a range of project management processes which have been classified into several Process Groups per the PMBOK® Guide:

  • Initiating
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Monitoring and Controlling
  • Closing
  • Project Stakeholder Management

The Initiating process consists of the processes performed that define the new project.

The Project Manager should understand:

  • The scope of the project
  • The time frame for delivery
  • Resources that will be committed, including people and financial considerations
  • Quality standards
  • The risks
  • Stakeholders who will contribute, their expectations and needs

Each project operates within an organisational context so it is important to consider the organisational culture and style, as well as the systems that are in place that influence governance, procurement, regulatory environment and communication systems.

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The Planning Process Group (PMI 2017) consists of the processes undertaken to identify the scope of the project, clarify objectives and decide the actions that need to be taken to deliver the objectives. The Project Manager should understand:

  • How to develop the project management plan
  • The documents required that support the project
  • The iterative nature of project management
  • The challenges and complexities that may be encountered across the project life cycle

PROJECT EXECUTING

The Executing Process Group (PMI 2013) consists of the processes undertaken to complete the work defined in the Project Management Plan. The Project Manager should understand:

  • How to co-ordinate people
  • How to co-ordinate other resources
  • The challenges of managing stakeholder expectations
  • Why schedules need to be reviewed and reported
  • When it is necessary to respond to changes and potentially modify the Project Management Plan

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The Monitoring and Control Process Group (PMI 2013) consists of the processes required to ensure that the project is on track, review and if necessary manage changes to the plan. The Project Manager should understand:

  • How to control changes and recommend appropriate action
  • The importance of monitoring the activities against the Project Management Plan and other agreed baselines
  • The challenges of ensuring that only approved changes are implemented
  • When and how to disband the project team, the challenges and responsibilities

 PROJECT CLOSING

The Closing Process Group consists of the processes required to close all activities associated with the project, including contractual and other legal responsibilities. The Project Manager should understand:

  • How to verify and report all process within the Process Groups are completed
  • Establish that the project is complete
  • The importance of undertaking a review and lessons learned activity to provide guidance for future projects within the organisation.

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Your MCI Mentor Team

Our dedicated team of mentors, trainers and assessors are there to support you along the way on your learning journey.  We have the expertise, experience and commitment to ensure that you complete your qualification.

Faizeh Dayri

Wellbeing Team Leader
"I joined MCI because I have always had an interest in helping people learn and giving them the opportunity to learn and grow. Everyone has the potential to make their dreams come true."

Usha Nadarajah

Academic and Support Services Manager
"I joined MCI because I am passionate about education and nurturing students to reach their potential. Education changes lives."

Funding options - Smart & Skilled

Smart and Skilled is a reform of the NSW Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. It’s helping people in NSW get the skills they need to find a job and advance their careers. Smart and Skilled provides eligible students with: an entitlement to government-subsidised training up to and including Certificate III and government funding for higher-level courses (Certificate IV and above) in targeted priority areas. Management Consultancy International (MCI Solutions) is an approved provider of NSW Smart and Skilled subsidised courses across most regions of NSW, including the greater Sydney Metro region.

“We have been working with MCI for the past 4 years. Our participants commented that MCI’s facilitators were incredibly enthusiastic and engaging, whilst providing some very useful insights and tools to assist in holding coaching conversations. MCI’s professional development days are a unique community give back, Denise herself condenses a myriad of information from the conferences she attends into meaningful, impactful information that keeps participants up to date with the latest trends.”
Kylie Perrin - HR Manager - Fujifilm
“MCI has assisted Teachers Health Fund in meeting our formal education development goals for our pipeline of future men and women leaders. As a not-for-profit, getting high value for each learning and development dollar we spend is a priority. The support extended to our organisation from MCI from start to finish is a real credit to them.”
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FAQ

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Right now, all courses are supported online. Our other short courses and qualifications also have face to face training elements.

– Face-to-face – clients offices/third party locations that suit the size and needs of the group
– Face to face – MCI’s incredible facilities in the Sydney CBD – Level 4, 23 Hunter Street
– Online – via our engaging eCampus that enables participants to learn in their own time and enter a world of current and business focused content.
– Combination of the above as required so that our learners experience a blended approach to improve their performance by gaining new skills and knowledge.

Yes – Our specialist instructional design team is made up of experienced and creative writers and designers so that learners benefit from an engaging and highly interactive program. We listen to what your needs are and how they relate to the overall vision of the business and we ensure that we select the right platform and content to meet these requirements. We ensure that you notice the difference pre- and post-training to generate the organisational changes you need to lift performance to the next level.

Our team of trainers are well known in the industry for their deep knowledge, engaging presence and ability to take their group on their learning journey using a toolkit of activities, games and discussions.

Please enquire for course and training prices. Our public schedule price list offers a variety of courses at a standard price, delivered at our Sydney CBD training venue – Level 4, 23 Hunter Street.

Our bespoke solutions vary depending on your requirements, number of participants and the complexity of the program. Allow us to do a detailed analysis as you brief us on the scope of the project.

Yes, we help you determine who should be trained and whether a nationally recognised certificate or a non-accredited executive skills would be a suitable choice. We can also measure changes in performance via one of the embedding apps that your participants could have access to post-training. Learning is all about measuring change – simply choose which measurement mechanism is appropriate for your needs.

We provide you with the option of our public schedule program in Sydney for certain popular courses. Alternatively, provide some small group coaching for your team so that they receive more individualised attention from our coaches and trainers. Enquire with us and we will help you find the right solution.

– We offer funding across NSW for full qualifications from Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level qualifications
– We also offer our corporate clients Skill Sets (up to half the qualification) for dedicated classes on client site across NSW
– Concessions are also available for people with a disability; NSW Social Housing residents and people from an ATSI background.

Are you?

1) 15 years old or over?
2) No longer at school?
3) Living or working in NSW?
4) An Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen?

If you answered ‘Yes’ to all four questions, then you’re eligible to enrol in a government-subsidised course with MCI as we are an approved Smart and Skilled training provider.

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