Diploma of Construction Management

Training Provider : University of Tasmania - University College

The Diploma of Construction Management is for people who work in building or civil construction and want to take the next step in their career. Students in this course will build from their technical work experience, and develop skills required for roles like Site Supervisor, Contract Administrator, Project Management Associate and Estimating Associate.

Core units:

  • ZAX101 Workplace Relations and Communication
  • ZAX102 Cost Planning
  • ZAX103 Legislation and Standards in Construction
  • ZAX104 Contract Management
  • ZAX105 Workplace Project (WHS focus)
  • ZAX106 Construction Project Management
  • And a choice of two elective units from: ZAA140 Lean Lean Thinking in Practice ZAA133 Business Finance ZAA137 Quality Management ZAA150 Procurement Processes and Strategies

Developed in consultation with industry, the Diploma in Construction Management will prepare graduates to:

  • manage small teams
  • communicate clearly across the range of people who work in building and construction
  • understand and comply with legislation and codes
  • manage project costs - understand contract requirements
  • take a proactive approach to workplace health and safety.

This is a 2 year part-time course - 4 units each year.

CPD Points - Maximum of 8 per ear.

Cost : Detailed tuition fee information for domestic students is available at the Domestic Student Fees website, including additional information in relation to a compulsory Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).

Funding assistance is available from the Tasmanian Building and Construction Indutry Training Board (TBCITB) for eligible building practioners and their employees. Contact the TBCITB for details keystone.com.au

Further details and Registration

Updated: 17 Jan 2023

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