Date(s) - 18/03/2019 - 26/03/2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
State Library of Western Australia
Our Perth based course is broken up into blocks of training as below:
|Module 1 – Procurement|
|Monday 18 March 2019||Tuesday 19 March 2019||
Wednesday 20 March 2019
|Module 2 – Contract Law Module 3 – Contract Management|
Monday 25 March 2019
|Tuesday 26 March 2019|
Procurement is at the core of business operations; it dictates the products and services utilised in delivering value to respective customers, shareholders or tax payers. In the complexity of the constantly evolving marketplace, procurement skills are being heavily sought after in delivering value for money, sustainable solutions and collaborative partnerships.
Our Certificate IV in Business (Procurement) has been specifically designed to recognise the skills of those working in procurement and contract roles specifically within the public sector. It covers the broad range of skills required to operate without supervision in a procurement and contracting environment.
Upon successful completion of twelve (12) units of competency, participants will be awarded the Certificate IV in Business (Procurement) BSB41618
Participants will undertake learning to sharpen their skills (as per key skills section) as well as the opportunity to apply project management concepts to work-based situations. This will provide participants with the skills they need to work as effective project team members as well as the confidence to apply them in a practical setting.
The Certificate IV in Business (Procurement) requires the completion of twelve (12) units. The following are those selected by Scope Training in consultation with industry.
– BSBPRC401 Plan procurement
– BSBPRC402 Negotiate contracts
– PSPPCM018 Conduct demand and procurement spend analysis
– BSBCRT404 Apply advanced critical thinking to work processes
– BSBPMG416 Apply project procurement procedures
– BSBMKG408 Conduct market research
– BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes
– PSPPCM006 Select providers and develop contracts
– PSPPCM011 Plan to manage a contract
– PSPPCM007 Manage contracts
– BSBWRT401 Write complex documents
– BSBLEG415 Apply the principles of contract law
We pride ourselves with the personable and ongoing student support we are able to offer from our experienced staff. Students have the support of staff throughout their studies including phone, email and we love to have a face to face catch up with our workshop students for a hot beverage somewhere – see when our staff are next in your city and we would be happy to meet up. This is a great way to go over your post course assessments and tackle anything you are wanting some extra assistance with.