Successful project management in the building and construction industry requires the ability to efficiently problem solve, plan, organise, take initiative, manage priorities and work effectively within a project team. It is also based heavily on teamwork and open communication. Take your project management skills to the next level and learn how to streamline a variety of challenging projects with one of the many construction management courses Melbourne institutes have to offer. Project Management for Building and Construction is a course that is delivered and assessed by Chisholm Institute. Successful participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment by Chisholm Institute (RTO no 0260).
For detailed course and fee information, click on the Course Information Sheet.
Who are construction management courses in Melbourne designed for?
Project Management for Building and Construction is a course that has been designed for builders, site managers, foremen, estimators and other building and construction industry professionals who have a responsibility to plan, schedule and acquire the physical and human resources required for residential and commercial construction projects. Whether you’re interested in specialising your career or just improving your skills, this course can help get you started.
Successful project management in the building and construction industry requires the ability to problem solve, plan, organise, take initiative, manage priorities and work effectively in a project team based on teamwork and open communication. To achieve this outcome, participants will be instructed in the principles of system management and quality assurance. The course reflects the latest industry practices and is delivered by trainers who are experienced professionals with expertise in a range of building projects.
The course is delivered in 5 face to face classroom sessions over 5 weeks. Students are also expected to spend an average of 8 hours per week throughout the course duration, undertaking self-study and research to assist in understanding course content and the completion of written assessment tasks.
Students will undergo a range of in-class assessments. These assessments include both practical and written components.
Upon completion of these construction management courses participants will have gained the skills and knowledge to:
Define the project scope and develop the project plan
Select appropriate project management tools
Manage project systems
Track a program of works and manage change during projects
Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with suppliers and subcontractors
Procure resources effectively
- Complete documentation to organisational standards.
As this course targets learners who have experience in the building and construction sector, Master Builders strongly recommends that students have at least 3 years’ experience in the building and construction industry before commencing this course.
At the time of recruitment, Master Builders can offer a range of support services to students who experience literacy, digital literacy and numeracy difficulties in order to assist them in the completion of this course. Chisholm Institute also offers learner support services within the scope of its operations.