Project Management Practice – Certificate IV (BSB41515)


77 hours


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This program reflects the role of individuals who identify and apply project management skills and knowledge in a wide of variety of contexts and incorporates the project management methodology of the PMBOK  ISO standards around the five project management processes of initiate, plan, execute, control/ monitor and close a project. The program includes the nine key knowledge areas and the key skills required to be an effective team member of a large, complex project or to manage a small project. Participants may choose to attend the program or enrol and complete set assessment tasks. On successful completion of assessments, participants will be awarded the Certificate IV in Project Management Practice.

Course content

  • BSBPMG409 Apply project scope management techniques
  • BSBPMG410 Apply project time management techniques
  • BSBPMG411 Apply project quality management techniques
  • BSBPMG412 Apply project cost management techniques
  • BSBPMG413 Apply project human resources management approaches
  • BSBPMG414 Apply project information management and communications techniques
  • BSBPMG415 Apply project risk management techniques
  • BSBPMG416 Apply project procurement procedures
  • BSBCUE405 Survey stakeholders to gather and record information

This program is currently not available to international students.


There are currently no dates scheduled for this course for public enrolment. Please contact us or join our mailing list to express your interest in this course.

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Yes, participants will benefit if they have a project on which to base their project management learning.

This program is currently not available to international students.

Materials supplied

All relevant course notes are supplied with comprehensive instructions and exercises.

Materials to bring

You are required to have access to a personal computer with internet access.

Suited to

It is designed for learners who have vocational experience in supervisory roles or with relevant work and life experience which has enabled the development of many of the employability skills embedded in this qualification.

Additional notes

Once you have registered and paid for your course through the RMIT Short Courses website, there will be an additional enrolment step. This is because you will be studying a nationally endorsed unit(s) of competency. You will be contacted shortly by our Administration team regarding the next step for online enrolment into an accredited unit(s).

Unique Student Identifier

All learners undertaking nationally recognised training are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) issued by the Australian Government. If you do not have a USI you will need to go and create one.


Eileen Shields has been practicing and training professionals in Project Management methodologies for a number of years. She is always updating her skills having completed a Diploma Vocational Education, ACPM PMBok, Diploma Project Management and ACPM Prince2 Foundation Principles, ACPM Introduction to Agile, ACPM Change Management for PM's and SOT Master in Lateral Thinking. 


On successful completion of assessments, participants will then be awarded the Certificate IV in Project Management Practice.

You will understand the project lifecycle, learn how to develop and implement a project schedule, understand the principles of budgeting and how to develop the project budget, effectively plan and manage project communications,develop strategies to manage the project team, learn how to determine project risk, monitor control the risks and assess risk management outcomes and learn how to determine the quality requirements of a project implement quality assurance.

Upon finishing the course you will receive a RMIT Certificate of Completion. You can use this as a record to demonstrate the outcomes covered in the course.

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