Diploma of Project Management 

This qualification reflects the role of corporate employees who need to apply project management skills and knowledge.

Employees may manage projects in a variety of contexts, across a number of industry sectors. They have project leadership and management roles and are responsible for achieving project objectives. They must possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical, and managerial competencies to initiate, plan, execute, and evaluate their own work and/or the work of others.

Sample job roles or titles include: Project Leader, Project Management Facilitator, Project Administrator and Program Administrator.


In line with the national packaging rules for this qualification, there are 12 units of competency.

Course Overview

The training is a nine (9) day face-to-face program scheduled over three modules in a six month period.

Students will be expected to compete assessment tasks in class as well as in between the face to face modules.

Due to the holistic nature of the program, it requires a nine (9) day face-to-face commitment and there are no credits for partial completion. Only completion of all assessment elements of the program will result in the award of a BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management.

Student support and monitoring of self-directed (unsupervised) activities will be via email and phone support to the MTS Trainer/Assessor and/or dedicated Client Administrator.

MTS will develop individual study plans for participants in the event that they are unable to attend a module due to illness or other unforeseen circumstance. Please note that this is on a case by case basis.

Course Outline


To aid learning, we deliver the program on a project life-cycle basis, and incorporate our client organisation’s project management methodology, process and tools into the delivery. Our own comprehensive materials are supported by a text book as well as activities and assessment scenarios which can be contextualised to our client’s operating environment.

Assessment Requirements


Assessment for this qualification is approached in an integrated fashion where the evidence requirements are considered holistically. That is, the activity of managing a project is assessed in its totality. Assessment comprises:

  • A knowledge test undertaken ‘in the workplace’ at the conclusion of each block of learning.
  • A group presentation reviewing a workplace project
  • An individual written report reviewing a workplace project
  • The development of a Project Management Plan (PMP)
  • A Third Party Report, gathering evidence of performance of project management activities in the workplace.

Course Materials for each Module


  • A Participant Manual
  • Knowledge tests
  • Assessment Tasks
  • Project Management Plan
  • PowerPoint handout


All relevant documentation and information will be sent to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

Our non-accredited training programs cover:


  • Procurement and Contracting

  • Project Management

  • Teams & People

Click on any of the above to find the course appropriate to your needs and skill level.

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