Project Management

What does a Project Manager do?

A project manager works with stakeholders to bring together all elements required to deliver an project – timelines, resources, stakeholders, budgets and financials. Projects can occur in any field but utilise the same skills.

Where can I get trained?

Doing year nine Work experience with an employer in building and construction.

Enrolling in

VET in Schools – complete a Certificate II Business qualification while attending school

School Based Apprenticeships/Traineeships (SBAT) – start your qualification and get paid to work while you finish secondary school.

At TAFE or other registered training organisation

  • Diploma of Electrical Project Management
  • Diploma of Project Management
  • Certificate IV in Project Management Practice
  • Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting
  • Certificate IV in Plumbing and Service
  • Diploma of Business

At university

You can take an undergraduate degree at university in:

  • Bachelor of Construction Project Management
  • Bachelor of Engineering – Civil and Project Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Project Management (Postgraduate)
  • Graduate Diploma of Project Management (Postgraduate)
Where can I get experience?

At school

Ask your Careers teacher and your VET or VCAL coordinator. Work experience is a great way to see what happens in the industry. It can start a pathway to your career in project management. From here you can undertake a structured work placement or even start a school-based apprenticeship/traineeship. You can also ask a local business for a voluntary work opportunity.

Work trials

Contact your local jobactive provider to see what you are eligible for: https://jobsearch.gov.au

Volunteering

Keep an eye on the Gippsland Volunteering website for other volunteering opportunities. Volunteering is a great way to get experience. Keep an eye on the Gippsland Volunteering website for other volunteering opportunities.

What do I need to be good at?
  • Working with people
  • Being organised
  • Work related literacy and numeracy
  • Computer skills
How much do I get paid?

Wages range from $70,000 per year and can increase depending on worksites, organisations and locations.

Please see fairwork.gov.au or joboutlook.gov.au for further information about wages

What can this job lead to?

Work in this field can lead to small business operation or consultancy. With further study you can work in:

  • Training and Education
  • Team Management
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