Project Management for Professionals
Our Project Management for Professionals course will provide you with effective skills to motivate, communicate, and deliver business outcomes in any complex situation. Through this course, you’ll adopt a toolbox of skills that can be mixed-and-matched to suit a variety of contexts.
With a focus on adaptive and human skills, you’ll learn how to successfully initiate and mobilise a project team. Importantly, you’ll gain capabilities in negotiation and stakeholder communication to deliver optimal outcomes, as well as how to apply the fundamentals of scope, risk, budget, quality and time management to your own projects.
With the opportunity to bring your own project, you can directly apply your skillset into a final professional or personal project that will showcase your knowledge to potential and existing employers. In the context of a current-day complex environment, this course delivers people skills plus technical capability.
After completing an RMIT Future Skills course, you will earn an RMIT credential which can be validated, recognised and shared on social media platforms.
- Critically analyse the professional capabilities required to manage projects in complex and changing settings including motivation, communication and influencing, stakeholder management and conflict resolution.
- Apply fundamental project management techniques to a project, such as identifying key stakeholders, initiation, scope, budget, timeline, and quality and risk management.
- Present a report on the stages and business outcomes of a project to key stakeholders that justifies outputs and outcomes.
By the end of this course, you’ll have the skillset to effectively complete a BYO personal or professional project that will highlight the key moments of managing a project from idea to outcome.