Project workshop – BSB40920 Hobart May 2021
The Institute of Project Management’s BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice practical project program will be delivered over 2 x 2 day workshops for capped cohorts of up to 30 candidates.
Our expert facilitators leverage your latent project experience, connecting a common frame of reference, common purpose and common-sense approach to the cohesive delivery and oversight of professional and personal projects.
Over the course of the program, dedicated project teams progress through a range of practical activities in the delivery of a fully simulated project.
Note that a minimum of 10 participants are required for this workshop to go ahead.
What should I bring to class?
A laptop – once enrolled, you will be able to access the digital resources that support the day’s learning; alternately, you can download and print the paper versions if you are more comfortable working with the old-school tools of the trade.
If you’d like to bring a keep-cup and/or refillable bottle, we provide all-day tea, coffee and water; and if you don’t want to bring your own lunch, there are plenty of nearby food options.
Is there homework?
The workshop is largely self-contained in that you complete assessment activities in class with no on-going homework requirements.
That said, to graduate the BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice you are required to identify a project you have recently made a significant contribution to and critically reflect upon its performance.
This capstone report is completed using the template provided and undertaken at the completion of the workshop series with full mentor support.
Where will it take me?
The BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice is a prerequisite for candidates considering the BSB50820 Diploma of Project Management.
We discuss in the workshop series how candidates can use the Cert IV to significantly fast-track completion of the Diploma.
Like all our Certified Project Trainers, Glen McNeill, CPD is:
- a proven industry expert with a minimum of 10 years’ practical experience in leading complex projects, programs and portfolios of work
- an inspiring communicator
- a creative and critical thinker, and
- a trained educator, facilitator and mentor.
Importantly, he is not a professional lecturer who has only learned project management from text-books and classrooms.
Glen superimposes a wealth of project skill and experience from all stakeholder perspectives that brings project management to life for learners.
In doing so, he looks beyond the curriculum to add value to students and their employers.