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BSB61218 Advanced Diploma of Program Management

CRICOS Course Code Pending

Course Summary

At this level students who apply specialized knowledge and skills, together with experience in program management across a range of enterprise and industry contexts. A program is defined as a set of interrelated projects, each of which has a project manager. 'Multiple projects', or 'a program of projects', refers to a number of related projects managed by the same person as a program to achieve organizational objective/s. It applies to individuals who are program managers, managing or directing a suite of projects (a program) to achieve organizational objectives. Individuals at this level use initiative and judgment to direct, plan, and lead a range of program functions, with accountability for personal and team outcomes within broad parameters. They use cognitive and communication skills to identify, analyze and synthesize information from a variety of sources and transfer their knowledge to others, and creative or conceptual skills to express ideas and perspectives or respond to complex problems.

There are no specific entry requirements for this program, and it is targeted for domestic, corporate, and industries for students wishing to obtain higher degree qualifications. The development of the program was with a consultation with industry advisors to respond to a need that has developed for additional educational vacancies for specialist Business industry positions that will benefit from Nationally Recognised Training.

Several units of competency require the use of a computer. You are expected to supply your own device such as a laptop, notebook or pad that is capable of Wi-Fi connectivity and loaded with the Microsoft suite of programs. As a candidate, you will be required to show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role.

The course is a pack of 12 units of competence consisting of 4 core units and 8 elective units. This course has been designed to suit the needs of those who wish to complete program management and work within the various Business sectors in various Program management roles.

Unit CodeUnit DescriptionCore / Elective Unit
BSBPMG610Enable program executionC
BSBPMG621Facilitate stakeholder engagementC
BSBPMG622Implement program governanceC
BSBPMG623Manage benefitsC
BSBFIM601Manage financesE
BSBINN601Lead and manage organisational changeE
BSBLDR511Develop and use emotional intelligenceE
BSBMGT520Plan and manage the flexible workforceE
BSBINM501Manage an information or knowledge management systemE
BSBPMG616Manage program riskE
BSBPMG617Provide leadership for the programE
ICTICT602Develop contracts and manage contracted performanceE
  • PRICE

    TOTAL COURSE FEE: $5,250.00

    RPL Assessment Fee: $150.00 - assessment fee for initial review

    RPL Cost: $2,500 RPL

  • DURATION

    52 weeks

    The training program will be a period of 52. A student will be offered the entire 12 UOC prior to exit or a component of a qualification dependent on their enrolment requests

  • AWARD

    BSB61218 Advanced Diploma of Program Management

  • CRICOS Course Code

    Pending

  • LOCATION

    Level 3, 84 - 86 Mary Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

  • DELIVERY

    CDT will use a combination of assessment methods and approaches which will involve collecting a range of evidence for ensuring consistency of competency. Assessment may include a combination of various styles of assessments to be completed in-class or online.

  • INTAKE

    Please contact us (via email at info@kic.edu.au) to find the next course commencement dates. 

This course is accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and is compliant with the Australian Qualification Framework

COURSE DETAILS

Outcome

The training program will be a period of 52. A student will be offered the entire 12 UOC prior to exit or a component of a qualification dependent on their enrolment requests.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Duration and Conduct

The training program will be a period of 52. A student will be offered the entire 12 UOC prior to exit or a component of a qualification dependent on their enrolment requests.

Course Fees

Total Course Fee: $5,750.00

RPL cost: $2,500

RPL Assessment Fee: $150.00 – fee for initial review

Tuition Fee Payment

Career Development and Training collect student fees in advance and therefore it will comply with the following options for initial and continuing fee collection and registration:

• Career Development and Training cannot require students to pay more than 50% of their tuition fees before they start the course;
• A payment plan for any outstanding fees can be negotiated and will be detailed on a separate document.

Certification

All assessments must be completed successfully for the issue of a certificate for BSB61218 Advanced Diploma of Program Management. Completion of less than all UOC will see a Statement of Attainment issued. All financial payments must be completed before any certification is issued.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Assessment

CDT will use a combination of assessment methods and approaches which will involve collecting a range of evidence for ensuring consistency of competency. Assessment may include a combination of various styles of assessments to be completed in-class or online.

Course Conduct

The training program will be a period of 52. A student will be offered the entire 12 UOC prior to exit or a component of a qualification dependent on their enrolment requests

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL Assessment Fee: $150.00 - assessment fee for initial review

RPL cost: $2,500 RPL

RPL is the formal recognition of the skills and knowledge a person has regardless of how or where these skills may have been attained, that is, through formal or informal training work experience, (paid and unpaid) voluntary work and life experience. The evidence provided for RPL must address the currency of competencies being assessed. CDT confirms that all students, potential or actual, of all offered accredited courses are provided with full recognition of their current skills and knowledge. CDT promotes acknowledgment of 'non-traditional' forms of learning as valid pathways for recognition of competency achievement during the RPL assessment process. RPL will result in exemptions and it can be determined by applying for an application from your agent or directly from Career Training and Development College.

Re-assessment

Where a student fails one (1) or more assessment methods within a single Unit of Competency (UOC), they are to be re-assessed once, free of charge, and this must be completed within the program timeframe or as soon possible within the enrolment period, as per Career Development and Training’s re-assessment policy. If the student does not pass one (1) or more assessment methods following the free re-assessment period they are to be offered two (2) more opportunities for reassessment, with the provision, that they must be charged a fee for each opportunity. Refer to policies and procedures in Student Handbook on the website: www.cd.edu.au

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