This course was created by the Air Conditioning & Mechanical Contractors’ Association (RTO 5139) to share knowledge, support talent, and promote growth across the industry.
Diploma of Project Management
Once you have completed all assessment requirements to a satisfactory level, you will be issued with a Diploma of Project Management (BSB51415). 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 educate you on systematic strategies that can support you in achieving better and more profitable outcomes.
Your coursework will cover all aspects of management, including:
- Planning and scheduling
- Risk assessment
- Occupational Health & Safety (OHS)
- Human Resource Management (HRM)
- Productivity improvements
- Communication and negotiation skills
- Environmental management
This program is best suited to those who have had experience managing small to medium projects.
To participate in the program, you must:
- Have 3 years of experience in a project management environment or Certificate IV Project Management Practice (BSB41515)
- Have 2 years of industry experience
- Be currently working in a project management role
Delivery and assessment
The program takes 27 weeks to complete, supported by at least 4 hours of self-directed learning and workplace assessment each week.
The program consists of 2 week-long residential workshops that incorporate industry cases studies delivered by specialist trainers and industry experts. The workshops are held at the AMCA headquarters located in Burwood, Victoria. Attendance is mandatory, as knowledge sharing is a key component of the program.
Modern accommodation, training facilities, and relevant technologies and equipment are available to provide you with the ideal learning environment.
Structure and content
The program consists of 8 core units and 4 elective units, as outlined below.
|| Manage project scope
|| Manage project time
|| Manage project quality
|| Manage project cost
|| Manage project human resources
|| Manage project information and communication
|| Manage project risk
|| Manage project integration
|| Facilitate continuous improvement
|| Manage project procurement
|| Manage project stakeholder engagement
|| Manage project governance
To learn about our training polices, please refer to the AMCA Learner Handbook.
The handbook details how the following policies relate to our learners:
- 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/afternoon teas, and lunches.
All costs include GST.
|Per unit cost
||Includes units awarded under recognition of prior learning
|Total course cost
||Based on completion of all 12 units
Course costs exclude airfares and accommodation. Replacement certificate will incur an additional charge of $25.
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 Diploma of Project Management is offered annually.
|| 30 April 2021
|| 16 May 2021
How to apply
To apply, please email your expression of interest to the AMCA Training Department.