This course was created by the Air Conditioning & Mechanical Contractors’ Association (RTO 5139) to share knowledge, support talent, and promote growth across the industry.
Certificate IV in Project Management
Once you have completed all assessment requirements to a satisfactory level, you will be issued with a Certificate IV in Project Management Practice (BSB41515). If you do not complete the course, or if there are any units you are not yet deemed to be competent in, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units you completed.
This program is designed to provide you with a theoretical understanding of contract management and its practical implementation.
Your coursework will cover:
- Assessment of the organisation context for projects
- Application of project management principles to workplace initiatives
- Application of project strategies
- Identification of suitable project structures and teams
- Management of stakeholder relationships
- Implementation of techniques to monitor, control, and report on project progress
- Analytics of project outcomes
- Identification of links between project outcomes and business benefits
This program is best suited to those who are new to project management, with 2 years of relevant experience.
This includes, but is not limited to:
- Recently appointed project managers
- Aspiring project managers
- Business and technical professionals who require more in-depth knowledge of project management principles and practices
Delivery and assessment
The program takes approximately 3 months to complete, supported by at least 4 hours of self-directed learning and workplace assessment each week. It is based on a blended learning approach, incorporating traditional face-to-face delivery, distance learning, and workshop sessions.
Face-to-face delivery, which will involve group work activities and discussion, will take place at the AMCA headquarters located in Burwood, Victoria. Attendance is mandatory, as knowledge sharing is a key component of the program.
Students must complete a workplace project or task and submit a case study prior to commencing the course.
Structure and content
The program consists of 3 core units and 6 elective units, as outlined below.
|| Unit title
|| Apply project scope management techniques
|| Apply project time management techniques
|| Apply project quality management techniques
|| Unit title
|| Apply project cost management techniques
|| Apply project information management and communication techniques
|| Apply project risk management techniques
|| Apply project procurement techniques
|| Apply project stakeholder engagement techniques
|| Organise meetings
To learn about our training polices, please refer to the AMCA Learner Handbook, which contains important information for leaners:.
- Student Code of Conduct
- Student Support Services
- Safety information
- RTO Obligations
- Compliance and Appeals
- Qualifications and pathways
- Student Record Management
You can download the AMCA Learner Handbook from our website.
Cost and payment
Course costs include course materials, morning tea, afternoon tea, and lunches. They exclude airfares and accommodation. Students requiring a replacement certificate will be charged an additional $25.
All costs include GST.
|| Additional information
|| Non-refundable deposit
|Per unit cost
|| Includes units awarded based on recognition of prior learning
|Total course cost
|| Based on completion of all nine units
Refund and cancellation policy
A full refund of the enrolment fee will be provided if the AMCA is notified in writing at least 10 working days prior to the course commencement date. Participant substitutes will be considered if they fit the course criteria, with notification to be provided in writing. We reserve the right to cancel, postpone, or reschedule the program due to insufficient registrations or other reasons beyond our control. In the event of a program cancellation, a full refund will be provided.
The Certificate IV in Project Management is offered annually.
|| 30 March 2021
|| 19 April 2021
How to apply
To apply, please email your expression of interest to the AMCA Training Department: