Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

BSB41515 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

Investment: $800 (usually $4000) 

Places fully subscribed. Expressions of Interest welcome. 

TCCI in partnership with the Institute of Project Management (RTO 60154) has secured funding under Skills Tasmania's Skills Fund. These places are subsidised by 80%


The Certificate IV in Project Management program blends theory with the practical and proven application of best-practice project management with the content and learnings being directly transferable into your workplace.
This program is delivered through two stages. Firstly, you will participate in a 5 day workshop. Post the workshop, you will the progress to the second stage being the active mentoring phase which will cement learnings directly within your workplace.
Within the highly interactive five day workshop you will learn the best-practice principles of each of the project knowledge areas in the context of the project lifecycle: from initiation, through to planning, execution and close. The workshop will introduce a common frame of reference, common purpose and common-sense approach to the integrated delivery and oversight of organisational projects.

The active mentoring component is delivered remotely one-on-one into your workplace, using participants REAL projects, programs and events – there are no classes, text-books, quizzes or tests. With unlimited mentor assistance you will be supported to complete a reflection of a project.

What is Project Management? 

Projects are usually one-off pieces of work involving a number of activities that must be completed within a given time frame, and often on a fixed budget. Common examples of projects are construction of a building, the process of meeting accreditation standards, installation of a new piece of equipment, applying for government tenders, or the design and launch of a new advertising campaign.
While the simplest projects can be managed easily by applying common sense and just getting on with things, projects that are more complex need a great deal of planning, and benefit from a formal, disciplined management approach.


Normally $4000; under this program eligible participants pay just $800.

Please note: with limited places available, payment is required prior to commencement of the Workshop.

Course Date Options:

Our 5 day consecutive workshops will be held:

Location Date
Hobart  4 - 8 March 2019
Launceston 1 - 5 April 2019
Hobart* 20 - 24 May 2019
 *Availability by negotiation only

Enquiry and Expression of Interest: 

Places are now fully subscribed. Expressions of interest for future rounds welcome, please email training@tcci.com.au to express your interest.