Large-scale project planning
Ethical decision making
Use effective project management tools to respond to your industry’s challenges On this professionally-focused microcredential, you’ll learn how to plan and manage large-scale projects and start your journey as a professional project manager.
With the support of industry professionals, you’ll learn how to use, select and apply project planning tools and techniques to resolve common project issues and support project delivery.
As you learn how to manage stakeholders, you’ll build the skills to communicate professionally orally and in writing. You’ll also consider the importance of project scheduling, ethical decision-making, and developing responsive project options.
With insufficient resources, poor estimates, lack of software tools, and non-agile working ranking high as reasons for project failure, this microcredential will teach you techniques to handle complex and high-stakes professional projects.
It’s estimated that by 2027, 87.7 million employees will be required to work in the project management industry. Set yourself up with the skills to work as a professional project manager or planner.
This microcredential is designed for anyone looking to take their project management learning or career to the next level.
Arm yourself with a qualification that expands your skills and knowledge in a highly marketable field.
To study for this microcredential you must hold either a bachelor’s degree in any discipline or a diploma or higher in project or program management with at least two years of work experience in project management.
You can also enrol if you have three or more years of practical project management experience.