Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

Jobs and Skills WA: Business courses
A good project manager can make anything possible!

A successful project relies on the effectiveness of the entire project team, but it's the project manager who keeps it all together and makes it work.

This course is perfect for anyone wanting to get into a career as a project manager, and the skills you'll gain are transferrable into just about any industry or area of work.

You'll learn how to plan and manage projects from start to finish, including developing and managing the project scope;  time management; quality management; financial and costs management; risk management; information and communication techniques; and stakeholder engagement techniques. 

Half price
Industry: Business and Finance
National course code: BSB40920 | WA State ID: BFT2

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All businesses have a need for project managers

Learn the practical skills, processes and technical aspects of project management. This qualification will allow you to manage projects in a wide variety of contexts.

With a qualification in project management from North Metropolitan TAFE, you will oversee the staffing, costs and outcomes of amazing operations and events.

This course is available through on campus or online study so you can study in a way that suits you.


This course provides you with project management skills that can be applied to both small and large-scale projects. You will learn about project scope and timeline development, quality control measures, resource, costing, data and risk management, as well as engaging and communicating with a wide range of stakeholders


Broome Campus
Derby Campus
Fitzroy Crossing Campus
Halls Creek Campus
Karratha Campus
Kununurra Campus
Minurmarghali Mia Campus
Pundulmurra Campus
Tom Price Campus
Wyndham Campus

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