Following completion of this unit, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the principles, skills and techniques required for the management of projects and the integration of project management concepts within a contemporary organisation’s structure
- Discuss current project management principles and best-of-breed practices and how they relate to and mesh with the management of organisational structures
- Analyse the risks associated with implementing and executing organisation centric projects and the development of the necessary contingency plans
- Evaluate the importance of teamwork, leadership, and the practical application of team-based skills in managing human resources within a project environment
- Evaluate the organisation’s business structure requirements against the project management framework to guide the developers and implementers of an emerging project-based operation
- Demonstrate a high order of skill in analysis, critical reflection, and evaluation and professional application
- Demonstrate creativity and flexibility in the application of knowledge and skills to new situations, to resolve problems, and to think rigorously and independently
What is a Microcredential?
Microcredentials are certifications of assessed competency in high-demand skillsets and knowledge areas that are industry-recognised and can be achieved in shorter timeframes than other AQF award qualifications. Aligned with the individual units of our MBA+ program, a Microcredential from AIM demonstrates the high standard of learning you have achieved and bolsters your career outcomes. On successful completion, share your Microcredential on LinkedIn and other digital platforms to display your growing professional value to current and future employers.
Your Microcredential can stand alone as an independent credential or be used as recognition towards an ABS postgraduate qualification.
Progress online through theory study over 7 weeks guided by learning experts
Test and demonstrate your understanding of curriculum with online facilitator-marked assessments
Complete your study and gain a highly recognised and respected credential
Leverage your Microcredential with current and future employers to demonstrate your skills and commitment to development.
Is this Microcredential right for you?
This Microcredential is for managers and leaders seeking expertise in engaging, motivating, and developing people who work under them, increasing their own productivity and that of the organisation as a whole.
You can study this Microcredential as a standalone course or stack it together with other related Microcredentials to build towards ABS postgraduate qualifications, such as:
- Graduate Certificate in Business
- Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Leadership
- Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Strategy
- Graduate Certificate in Management
- Graduate Certificate in Operational Excellence
- Graduate Diploma in Management
- Master of Business Administration
Learn it. Earn it. Share it.
Upon successfully completing the Microcredential in Managing a Project-Based Organisation, you will be awarded with a digital badge to recognise your high standard of learning and commitment to professional development. You can print your badge or share it digitally, such as on LinkedIn or your personal resume, to demonstrate your ability to your peers and current or future employers.
Online Delivery Mode
Online course - 7 weeks
This unit is delivered fully online and students receive support from expert facilitators in the form of feedback to drive progress.
Our state-of-the-art online learning management system, myABS, offers a community approach to self-directed study and provides students with the opportunity to share their experiences, ideas, and questions through features such as live chat forums and integrated social media platforms.
Designed to accommodate the schedule of full-time working professional, this unit is highly accessible and provides a guided experience for students.
There are three assessment tasks for this Microcredential.
|Assessment Task||Due Date||Length||% of Overall Grade Period|
|A Workplace Project||Week 3||2000 words||35%|
|Project Management Office Implementation||Week 7||3000 – 3500 words||50%|
|Engagement and Participation||Ongoing but completed by Week 7||10 multiple choice questions