Introduction to Qualification
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply project management skills and knowledge in a variety of contexts, across a number of industry sectors. The job roles that relate to this qualification may include Project Manager and Project Team Leader.
Individuals in these roles have project leadership and management roles and are responsible for achieving project objectives. They possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical and managerial competencies to initiate, plan, execute and evaluate their own work and/or the work of others.
There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification outlined in the qualification description. However, students must:
- have satisfactorily completed Year 12 of secondary education or its equivalent, or have appropriate and relevant experience, and
- be competent in English (a minimum of IELTS 5.5 or equivalent), and
- complete a screening interview with the Academic Manager of his representative to assess suitability and capability in completing this qualification, and
- If it is determined that the student need to complete a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) test, the student will be required to complete a LLN test to determine whether the student might be suitable for this qualification or any supporting services might be required during the student’s enrolment at SIIT.
A total number of 12 units including 8 core units PLUS 4 elective units is required for the award of this qualification.
|Units of Competency||Core/Elective|
|BSBPMG530 Manage project scope||Core|
|BSBPMG531 Manage project time||Core|
|BSBPMG532 Manage project quality||Core|
|BSBPMG533 Manage project cost||Core|
|BSBPMG534 Manage project human resources||Core|
|BSBPMG535 Manage project information and communication||Core|
|BSBPMG536 Manage project risk||Core|
|BSBPMG540 Manage project integration||Core|
|BSBPMG537 Manage project procurement||Elective|
|BSBPMG538 Manage project stakeholder engagement||Elective|
|BSBCRT511 Develop critical thinking in others||Elective|
|BSBOPS501 Manage business resources||Elective|
A range of assessment and evidence gathering methods and techniques are used, including 2 – 4 or more methods for each unit of competency. For this course, methods include:
Assessment Task 1. Written Activity
Assessment Task 2. Observation/Demonstration/Presentation
Assessment Task 3. Project works
Students who have successfully complete this qualification will be able to further complete BBSB50620 - Diploma of Marketing and Communication.
TACIS has qualified trainers/assessors with relevant vocational qualifications and experience. Existing trainers/assessors are required to have the current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and relevant competencies for the areas in which they are delivering or assessing.
Students are required to complete 12 units of competency for the award of this qualification. Approximate nominal hours required to complete qualification are 1200-2400 hours.
International students enrolled in this qualification are expected to complete their studies over a period of 52 weeks including 4 x 10 weeks terms and 12 weeks holiday breaks. The breakdown will be as follows:
- Face-to-face and online tuition hours in total: 800 hours/40 weeks
- Preparation for assessments: 10-15 hours/unit x 12 units = 120-180hrs
- Delivery of this course will be via face-to-face classroom workshops for 2 days/week at TACIS premises and independent online studies for a minimum of 6 hours/week.
Learner Educational and Support Services
All Students are required to attend an induction session prior to commencement. All policies and procedures are explained in full. Students are also provided with a “Student Handbook” and information about the course and assessments.
Students are invited to contact their trainer for details and support. Where the application form indicates that Students may have special needs or a problem with English, a language, literacy and numeracy test will be conducted during the orientation session to identify any Students who may require additional support.
A range of support services are available free of charge to Students and are confidential. This will include, as appropriate:
- Counselling – general or personal, support and referrals
- Study assistance as required
- Language, literacy and numeracy support
- Accommodating work and study
Any identified support needs will be recorded on the Individual Training Plan.