|Course Title||PDU's||Price||Days||Accred Body||Overview||Pre-requisites||Designed for||Certification Process||Outcomes|
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|CAPM Examination Preparation||8||800||1||PMI||This course provides individuals with a demonstrated understanding of the fundamental knowledge, processes, and terminology as defined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide).||At the time of the application for examination the candidate must meet the following requirements: Educational Background - High School diploma, Associate's degree or global equivalent AND Project Management Experience - 1,500 hours of professional experience on a project management team OR Project Management Education - 23 contact hours of formal education||Those planning to undertake PMI's CAPM Exam||Provides you with the knowledge to undertake the PMI exam for CAPM certification.|
|Earned Value Management Techniques||8||790||1||-||
This course is different to many other courses because it covers topics outside standards such as techniques needed to collect the EV data and alternative measurement systems.
The aim of this course is to demonstrate:
||This course is aimed at project management professionals who wish to learn how to set up and run an Earned Value Performance Measurement System.|
|Principles of Planning||8||790||1||-||
This course is designed to precede a project scheduling software course such as Microsoft Project, P3, Sure Trak or P6.
The aim of this course is to demonstrate:
||This course is aimed at project management professionals in the building and construction industry who are interested in learning how to plan a project.|
|Introduction to Project Management||8||800||1||-||This introduction to project management is designed to provide participants with a brief overview of project management.||None||Those taking on project management for the first time or potential Project Managers who wish to acquire a basic understanding of how projects are run.|
|MS Project Planning||750||1||-|
|PMP Examination Preparation||16||3500||2||PMI||The course is designed to assist experienced project managers develop the required knowledge necessary to undertake the PMP Exam.||High levels of experience in and commitment to the field of project management.||Those who lead and direct cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the constraints of schedule, budget, and scope and who are responsible for all aspects of individual projects for the life of the project.||To earn PMI's PMP credential, you must demonstrate the required "long-term commitment" to project management professionalism and pass a rigorous, 200-question exam covering the five project management processes and nine knowledge areas in PMI's project management body of knowledge (PMBOK).||Provides you with the knowledge to undertake the PMI exam for PMP Certification.|
|Project Management Fundamentals||18||1400||2||-||This course provides a sound grounding in the core project management fundamentals, processes, and techniques||None||Those taking on projects management for the first time, or taking on a leadership role within a project, or currently moving along a career path to become a project manager.|
|Leadership Skills for Project Managers||16||1400||2||-||This leadership course provides the knowledge and skills to lead project teams and facilitate bringing projects within scope, cost and time.||None||Project Managers who wish to acquire leadership skills. The course is also suitable for those who are expecting to move into positions leading project teams.|
|Planning and Scheduling Using Microsoft® Office Project||16||1400||2||-||
This course is aimed at teaching students how to plan and control projects with and without resources up to an intermediate level usine Microsoft® Office Project 2007 and earlier versions.
Students should be working in a project and environment and understand how projects are planned and controlled, this includes knowledge of the following subjects:
The following people should consider attending this course:
|<p> This course aims to teach participants:</p> <ul> <li> The user interface and creating projects</li> <li> Scheduling projects without resources</li> <li> Filters layouts, printing, baselines</li> <li> Updating an un-resourced project</li> <li> Creating and assigning roles and resources</li> <li> Contolling projects with resources and costs</li> <li> Tools and Utilities</li> </ul>|
|Certificate IV in Project Management *¹||24||2100||3||AQTF||The Certificate IV in Project Management is a practical, hands on training course delivered in an interactive classroom environment designed to give participants the knowledge, skills and tools to enable them to become a more effective project team member. The BSB41507 Certificate IV in Project Management is a competency-based award at Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) Level 4. The course comprises of eight units of competency from the National Competency Standards for Project Management which are developed in line with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK®),the methodology adopted by both the Project Management Institute (USA) and the Australian Institute of Project Management. Classes are facilitated by experienced Project Managers who encourage open discussions to enable the participants to gain real insight into how to apply the theory to their own work place.|
|Train the Trainer for Project Managers||3||-||This course will suit people who are required to provide structures training to produce measurable, positive outcomes. You will gain the skills to communicate successfully, to become a valued workplace coach, mentor, trainer and facilitator.||None||People who wish to gain the skills and knowledge of delivering cost-effective training and facilitation.||Certificate of Attendance|
|Primavera P6 version 7||21||2420||3||-||LogiKal provides training in Primavera P6 v7 (client server version). The course material is "Project Planning and Control Using Primavera P6" written by Paul Harris for courses such as this and unlike other training material the format allows the book to be read as a reference guide back in the workplace.|
|Diploma of Project Management *²||35||3500||5||AQTF||The Diploma of Project Management is a practical, hands on training course delivered in an interactive classroom environment. The course is designed to give participants the knowledge, skills and tools to become more effective Project Managers. The [BSB51407] Diploma of Project Managment is a competency-based award at Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) Level 5. The course comprises of the nine units of competency which are developed in the line with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK®), the methodology adopted by both the Project Managment Institute and the Australian Institute of Project Managment. Classes are facilitated by experienced Project Managers who encourage open discussions to enable the participants to gain real insight into how to apply the theory to their own work place.||• A Vocational Diploma of Project Management, Australian National Qualification • 30 CPDs issued to members of the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) • 35 PDUs to members of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and meets prerequisite hours to sit the PMP Exam • Advanced standing into Undergraduate Programs at Universities|
|Advanced Diploma of Project Management||40||5000||5||AQTF||The Advanced Diploma of Project Management provides a working knowledge of program management as well as an understanding of methods, techniques and tools to successfully deliver a multiple projects. The training is delivered in a workshop style and is facilitated by experienced trainers who encourage open discussions to enable the participants to gain insight into how to apply the learned theory of program management to their own organisation and programs.||Diploma of Project Management or its equivalent with at least 2 years of project management experience managing multiple, complex projects; OR At least 5 years of project management experience based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) managing multiple, complex projects.|
|Diploma of Project Management (Oil & Gas)||35||3500||5||AQTF||The Diploma of Project Management (Oil and Gas) is a practical, hands on course delivered in an interactive classroom environment. It is developed to give participants the knowledge and skills not only for Project Management but specifically about successful project delivery in the Oil and Gas industry. The course is ideal for practicing Project Managers looking to progress in Oil and Gas as well as project management professionals looking for a course to help them transition into the Oil and Gas sector. Classes are facilitated by experienced Project Managers, who encourage open discussions to enable the participants to gain real insight into how to apply the theory to their own work place. Guest speakers with significant experience in the Oil and Gas sector will present real life insight into the challenges of managing Oil and Gas projects.|
|Certificate IV in Training and Assessment||4500||10||AQTF||A nationally recognised qualification providing the skills and knowledge required to facilitate learning and develop competency-based assessment.||For entry into any of these courses, English language and literacy requirements include good written and oral communication and interpersonal skills. Candidates must also be able to apply technology such as basic computer skills: produce documents, have access to a computer and research and analyse information on-line.||Those who are responsible for training program development and delivery, as well as for designing and conducting assessments.||Pre-reading and Preparation - 2 weeks Workshop and Practice - 10 days face-to-face (delivered in 3 clusters of 3 days, 4 days and 3 days) Complete and Submit Assessment - 24 weeks Post Assessment Support - Ongoing for upto 24 weeks to complete assessments||Certificates and Statements of Attainment are provided at the end of each cluster to those who are deemed competent. Competency in all three clusters is necessary to obtain the qualification.|