Explore a variety of topics to develop project management skills that will be transferrable across a number of industries and contexts

  • CRICOS Course Code: 104109M
  • Build the skills and knowledge to help you manage and plan key aspects of a project, from resources and costs, to timelines, risk, human resources and more
  • Develop the ability to support teams, and enhance their effectiveness and skills to ensure successful project completion
  • Combine your program with progressive qualifications and build a long-term study plan to achieve your learning and career goals
  • Optional short-term study options: Take the Specialization in Human Resources for Project Managers OR the Project Management Mastery

Campus

Adelaide
Brisbane
Melbourne
Sydney

Program Length

60-66 weeks*

(48 weeks study + up to 18 weeks scheduled breaks)

OR

28-34 weeks*

for the Specialization in Human Resources for Project Managers

OR

the Project Management Mastery

(24 weeks study + up to 10 weeks scheduled breaks)

*20 hours/week (Includes 6 hours/week online study + 14 hours/week in class study)

Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Greystone College Australia plans to continue to run its online classes for VET students until at least the end of July, 2021

Start Dates

2021

May 10*, Jun 7, Aug 2, Aug 30, Sep 27**, Nov 22

*The Project Management Master Class has one limited start date on May 10

**The Specialization in Human Resources for Project Managers is available every session from September 27

SCHEDULED BREAKS

Jul 5 - Aug 1
Oct 25 – Nov 21
Dec 20 - Jan 2, 2022

Program Courses

In this unit you will learn how to help other staff in the workplace to develop critical and creative thinking skills. Topics include: Assess individual and team critical and creative thinking skills; Establish an environment that encourages the application of critical and creative thinking; Monitor and improve thinking practices.

2000

In this unit you will learn how to manage the performance of staff, assign work, reward excellence and give feedback. Topics include: Allocate work; Assess performance; Provide feedback; Manage follow-up.

2000

In this unit you will learn how to manage business resources according to the business strategies of an organisation. Topics include: Analyse resource requirements; Develop resource plans; Allocate resources; Review and report on resource usage.

2000

In this unit you will learn how to manage the scope of a project, including obtaining approval for a project, negotiating the boundaries of the project, and managing the process. Topics include: Conduct project authorisation activities; Define project scope; Manage project scope control process.

2000
In this unit you will learn how to manage time across projects, including establishing and implementing the project schedule and monitoring the development of the project. Topics include: Determine project schedule; Implement project schedule; Assess time management outcomes.
2000
In this unit you will learn how to manage the quality of a project, including determining the quality requirements of a project, and implementing quality processes and improvements Topics include: Determine quality requirements, Implement quality processes, Implement project quality improvements.
2000

In this unit you will learn how to identify project costs and produce a budget, and how to control a project based on the budget. Topics include: Determine project costs; Monitor and control project costs; Complete cost-management processes.

2000
In this unit you will learn how to manage people in relation to projects. You will look at planning for human resources, implementing personal training and development, and managing a project team. Topics include: Plan human resources relevant to projects; Implement project personnel training and development; Lead project team; Finalise human resource activities related to projects.
2000

In this unit you will learn how to connect people, ideas and information throughout a project. You will learn about project communication management and learn how to assess communication outcomes. Topics include: Plan information and communication processes; Implement project information and communication processes; Assess information and communication outcomes.

2000
In this unit you will learn how to manage risks that may impact the achievement of project objectives. You will identify and analyse project risks and assess the outcomes. Topics include: Identify project risks; Analyse project risks; Establish risk treatments and controls; Monitor and control project risks; Assess risk management outcomes.
2000
In this unit you will learn how to integrate and balance an overall project, considering scope, time, cost, quality and other key factors, and to match the objectives of a project with the goals of an organisation. Topics include: Establish a project; Undertake project planning and design processes; Execute project in work environment; Manage project control; Manage project finalisation.
2000

In this unit you will learn how to lead teams in the workplace and to actively engage with the management of the organisation. Topics include: Establish team performance plan; Develop and facilitate team cohesion; Facilitate teamwork; Liaise with stakeholders.

2000