Course Code CPC50308
Accreditation Nationally Recognised
Unlock the next level of your career with our future-focused Construction Management qualification.
The modern workplace now actively seeks out and rewards construction project managers that are not afraid to lead, motivate and inspire their team; who can create and execute project plans on time and on budget; who understand and pioneer continuous improvement strategies; who seek out new solutions to aid in project management; and who can set themselves apart from the crowd.
With workplace-based assessments and course content designed for around the modern working environment, we strive to get you job-ready, competent, confident and qualified to succeed in your construction management career.
There are 12 nationally accredited units, 5 Core and 7 Elective for the Diploma of Building and Construction Management
|CODE||PROGRAM||BSBFIM501A||Manage Budgets and Financial Plans|
|BSBHRM402A||Recruit, Select and Induct Staff|
|BSBMGT515A||Manage Operational Plan|
|BSBOHS504B||Apply Principles of OHS Risk Management|
|BSBWOR502B||Ensure Team Effectiveness|
|BSBCUS501C||Manage Customer Service|
|BSBMGT502B||Manage People Performance|
|BSBPMG504A||Manage Project Costs|
|BSBPMG505A||Manage Project Quality|
|BSBPMG507A||Manage Project Communication|
|BSBPMG508A||Manage Project Risk|
|BSBWOR501B||Manage Personal Work Priorities and Professional Development|
This means you can choose to study on a more intense time schedule, or just fit it around your lifestyle when you can.
The course can be completed in as little as 6 months with a full-time (around 15-20hrs per week) study load or in 12-16 months on a part-time study load (around 6hrs per week), but we allow a 24-month standard course enrolment duration, depending on circumstances.
We provide engaging tutorials, industry-relevant assessments and work-ready learning outcomes.
Depending on your current skills and amount of experience you have, you may qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning and be eligible for course acceleration.
There are more options for career advancement available after securing a Diploma of Building and Construction Management. Many students complete a Double Diploma or go onto complete further study such as:
In order to succeed in our online qualifications, prospective students will need to demonstrate the required level of competency in English language, literacy and numeracy skills. This usually means we require either completion of year 12 (or equivalent) or the completion of a language, literacy and numeracy test to ensure you have the foundation and ACSF skills necessary to commence study with us. The required level of competency for a Diploma is ACSF Level 4 and for a Certificate IV, ACSF Level 3 is the required competency level.
While there is no formal prerequisite study required to enter this qualification, it is recommended that individuals have some relevant industry experience to assist with the learning application required for this course. This may have been obtained through formal and/or informal training, work experience and life experience.
Upon enrolment, all students will be assessed over time by their learning coach for their language, literacy and numeracy skills. Where these levels fall below the requisite ACSF standard for the qualification, the coach will advise the student of the remedial options open to them. This may involve additional support or a withdrawal of enrolment and refund of fees paid.
Please refer to the relevant CAL Policies and the Student Handbook for full details of the entry-level requirements procedure.
You will need access to a laptop or computer with adequate internet connection, and at least the equivalent of Microsoft Office (eg: Google Docs, iWork, etc).
If you have extensive experience in the industry with a high level of knowledge, competency and ability, you may be eligible for RPL.
This process may enable you to get unit credits for competencies you’ve already demonstrated so you can fast-track your qualification.
At The College for Adult Learning, we understand that not all students are in a position to pay for their studies upfront. For this reason we offer flexible weekly or monthly payment plans that can suit any lifestyle or budget.
|Payment Plan||Payment Amount||Payment Plan Length||Total Amount Paid|
|Full Payment Upfront||$3995||One Payment||3995|
|6 x Monthly Payments||$699||6 Months||$4194|
|12 x Monthly Payments||$360||12 Months||$4320|
|52 x Weekly Payments||$84||12 Months||$4368|
|18 x Monthly Payments||$245||18 Months||$4410|
|78 x Weekly Payments||$57||18 Months||$4446|
In order to maintain the high quality training we’re so proud of, we are not affiliated with FEE-HELP schemes or VET Student Loans, and remain a Fee For Service provider.
We understand the financial pressure and concerns that come with undertaking study, so we keep our prices highly competitive and offer flexible payment plans to suit all budgets and lifestyles.
Don’t hesitate to contact us on 1300 907 870 to discuss a flexible plan that suits your budget
Adding a nationally accredited qualification to your arsenal will show potential employers that you’re serious about succeeding in your management career.
You’ll study standardised, industry-relevant units that will encourage you to apply your knowledge and learning in real-world situations and gain real, job-ready skills.
This Building and Construction (Management) Diploma is recognised and respected nationally so there’s nothing left standing in your road to success.
Investing in yourself is the greatest investment you can make. Construction Project Management as a profession is evolving to allow for and encourage a strategic and innovative mindset to drive performance and productivity in businesses. The key to a higher paying, respected position is a recognised qualification like the Diploma of Building and Construction online.
This course is designed to give you the skills needed to champion the construction industry, transitioning from working on the tools to eventually running the entire process from start to finish.
With the age pension soon to be increased to 67 years of age for those born after 1st January 1957, you need to formulate a plan now on how to get off the tools and into some project management related roles.
What if you’re reading this and you’re already in a project management role? What happens if your contract isn’t renewed and you need to drop back to being on the tools to make ends meet? At the end of the day you still have to have some kind of enjoyment with your career. However for many who are still on the tools, it’s just a daily grind where your opinion and insight don’t count for anything.
Getting off the tools and into a project management related role means that you’ll become more involved in the entire construction process; you’ll have a direct say and input in what happens throughout the cycle of the project. Think about where you want to be in the next 5 or 10 years, talk to those who are in the positions which you want and start researching some further study in how to increase your chances of getting into those off the tools construction roles.