Diploma of Procurement and Contracting
PSP50616 – Diploma of Procurement and Contracting
Our Diploma of Procurement and Contracting has been specifically designed to recognise the skills of those working in procurement and contract roles. It covers the broad range of skills required to manage operations within procurement and contracting environments.
What you'll learn in the Diploma of Procurement and Contracting
This course will take you through the aspects of procurement and contracting from start to finish. You will learn the key skills required to manage small operations within procurement and contracting environments.
Through the Diploma you will develop your skills in communication, planning, and research. Additionally, you will be developing your skills in procurement and contract procurements to satisfy organisation procurement requirements.
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How will this course help me?
Upon successful completion of thirteen (13) chosen units, participants will be
awarded the Diploma of Procurement and Contracting PSP50616. This program will provide the skills and knowledge to enable participants to effectively and confidently work in a procurement role. The key benefits will include an understanding of the public sector environment, practical skills in research, planning and implementing procurement, as well as provide participants with a working knowledge of contracts and contract management.
Participants will undertake learning to sharpen their skills (as per key skills section) as well as the opportunity to apply leadership and management concepts to work-based situations. This will provide participants with the skills they need to work as effective team leaders as well as the confidence to apply them in a practical setting.
How Would You Like To Qualify As A Procurement Manager?
Looking for customised Corporate Training?
Scope is experienced at designing custom learning experiences and has partnered with businesses of all shapes and sizes across a range industries.
A Diploma of Procurement and Contracting can be customised and delivered to your organisation.
This will include integrating your values, policies, processes, frameworks as well using examples based on your industry.
Companies we’ve worked with include
Diploma of Procurement and Contracting Units
PSPETH003 – Promote the values and ethos of public service
PSPGEN049 – Undertake negotiations
PSPLEG003 – Promote compliance with legislation in the public sector
PSPPCM008 – Manage contract performance
PSPPCM009 – Finalise contracts
BSBPMG518 – Manage project procurement
PSPPCM011 – Plan to manage a contract
PSPPCM012 – Plan for procurement outcomes
PSPPCM013 – Make for procurement decisions
BSBMKG506 – Plan market research
BSBCRT502 – Develop critical thinking skills in others
PSPPCM010 Manage procurement risk
BSBPRC501 – Manage procurement strategies
Looking for different units? Contact our team and we can discuss what other units may be available as well as if your previous experience can reduce the course requirements.
How long will it take to complete?
The great thing with competency based training is that completion of a course is based on your ability to demonstrate your ability to perform to industry standard. This allows you to complete at your own pace.
There are no exams in the course, it is very practical and based upon things you’re going to face in a project environment.
We provide students with the ability to complete the Diploma of Procurement and Contracting Practice over a one year period; however we find that the average time is between 3 to 6 months. During that time there is a large variance in the amount of time each student spends working on the qualification.
Give us a call, email, use the chat or whatever is easiest and we can give you an estimate based on your situation as well as how your experience may help you complete faster.
What are the entry requirements?
There are no entry requirements into the Diploma of Procurement and Contracting Practice. If you have a computer and an internet connection you’re set.
Having said that we believe that learning is most valuable when applied. So it’s best to have a workplace or previous which you can use to apply your learning.
Our model isn’t geared for those coming straight out of school and find that most of our students come from one of two paths.
Ideally participants should hold a Certificate IV of Procurement and Contracting. However there are a number of other accepted qualifications from industry areas such as Business, Health and Safety etc. Many participants of this program are tertiary qualified professionals looking to migrate into a project role.
Many students enter this qualification without holding an existing qualifications. As the programs are designed based upon the work environment, experience within that environment is an acceptable point of entry. In regards to the Diploma of Procurement and Contracting Practice, this may include but is not limited to experience within a project environment, or another technical field, this may be either as a team member, supervisor or leading hand.
What jobs can I get with a Diploma of Procurement and Contracting?
The Diploma of Procurement and Contracting conveys to employers that the holder has practically demonstrated the skills and knowledge to work in procurement and/or contracting environments.
Furthermore a qualification from Scope Training advocates that the learner has demonstrated the ability to apply these skills in a work context, reassuring employers of job-readiness.
Job Roles include: Procurement Manager, Contract Manager
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