Diploma of Project Management is designed for people wanting to succeed in delivering projects across a number of industries in a variety of context such as leading new growth strategies, changing systems, restructuring teams or launching marketing events.
Develop the knowledge and skills to effectively lead a project through from start to finish - including all aspects of a project from budget setting and tracking progress to managing development, controlling communication and managing human resources.
Through our expert trainers and real-life case study approach, our graduates are job-ready faster.
You will also have the opportunity to study for a globally recognised Project Management certification for FREE. Exclusive to Greenwich College students, save $1200 and join our Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification preparation course.
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)
BSBCMM511 - Communicate with influence
BSBSTR502 - Facilitate continuous improvement
BSBSUS511 - Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability
BSBTWK502 - Manage team effectiveness
Project Manager (generic), Project Manager (industry specific), Project Leader, Project Team Leader, Project Contract Manager and more..
Expert trainers with extensive industry experience and regular professional development – to better prepare you for a career in Project Management.
Greenwich Management College’s Diploma of Project Management features extensive use of real-life case studies to support learning, delivering valuable insights and applications to Australian business.
Gain direct entry to leading Australian Universities and Colleges and receive credits towards related study – without having to complete an entry exam.
Choose from weekday evening or weekend classes - so you can work and experience the best of Sydney and Melbourne while you study.
There are 6 intakes per year.
Courses are 52 weeks
at 20 hours per week.
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