Project management

Leading teams and delivering successful outcomes.

Project management

Highly successful projects are completed under the guidance of skilled project managers, and Australian industries need more engineers with this type of experience.

We offer a range of project management training through Engineering Education Australia's wholly-owned Registered Training Organisation, The Moreland Group (RTO No. 6332).

For individuals

Choose from a variety of study options to attain project management credentials while continuing to work. You can study online or in a blended format that combines online learning with in-person workshops.

You can even have your prior experience assessed, with the potential to contribute to the completion of these qualifications.

For businesses

We believe there’s no better place to find future project managers than within your already-proven teams. As companies grow, dedicated employees often need to rise to the task of leadership and we'll equip these employees with the skills and experience to successfully lead your company.

We work with you to customise the best approach for your needs, considering your team’s prior project management experience and the needs of the industries in which you operate. Your engineers can learn online, face to face, or through a blended program and we can even customise a training plan unique to your requirements.

Through our Engineering Competency Framework we can assess the skills of any engineer on your team and craft a unique program to suit their professional development.

A well-trained project manager will guide tasks to completion and aim to ensure quality performance across all facets of project management.

 

 

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