Project Management Courses
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Trying project management on for size?
Involved in projects but not sure if it's the career for you? The PRINCE2 certification is the best place to start learning the language of projects.
After a project management qualification?
Our Certificate IV and Diploma of Project Management courses will ensure you have the foundation to start you on a project management career path.
For experienced project managers, a certification such as the Project Management Professional (PMP) program is ideal to show your commitment to professional development.
Project management Courses allow access to a versatile discipline with many applications across different industries, from IT and construction to manufacturing, mining and business. Project management Courses also provide excellent foundational skills for getting things done in an organised and measurable fashion and can be a lucrative career choice for those looking to step up from roles such as business administration and construction management, why not start Project Management course today?
- Learn the language of projects with PRINCE2, start your career with a qualification or take it further with a professional certification.
- Take the first step as a project team member, and choose roles in project management, program management, portfolio management and change management.
- Discuss your career needs with a CoursesNow consultant on 1300 192 927 to find the right Project Management course for your experience.
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Entry-level positions in project management include project team member and project coordinator under a project manager, with roles such as project manager or director to follow. Program management—managing many interrelated projects—and portfolio management—selecting the right project for the organisation to do—is a natural next step for some. Specialist areas such as scheduling, change management and risk management are also good niches to follow.
Any Project Management courses will give students a basic understanding of the balance required to manage schedule, cost and scope to result in a project output that is on time, on budget, quality and fit for purpose. Graduates will also learn the value of communication and stakeholder management and how to identify and treat risk.
The demand for project practitioners in different sectors will depend on the health of the individual industries, but in general the discipline is set to grow strongly over the next five years as organisations move towards conducting more project-based activities. While responsibility is great, a lucrative salary usually accompanies the role.
There are two main professional bodies that operate in Australia: the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) is the national peak body, while the Project Management Institute (PMI) is a global association with chapters operating in Australia. Both offer professional certifications, education initiatives and networking opportunities for qualified members.
It’s fantastic to feel a real boost to my professional confidence that has resulted from receiving the Advanced Diploma in Information Technology (Business Analysis). After 15 years of practising in this role across many domains and industries I now have a high level professional qualification to match my experience. This only came about because Steve Rowe from Courses Now took the time to advise me of the course details—thanks Steve and CoursesNow.
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