- How long does it take to complete my project management studies?
- After I have finished the course, when will I receive my qualification certificate?
- Are there any prerequisites for Project Management qualifications?
- How do I receive my learning materials?
- How do I receive my assessment materials?
- What support does my assessor provide?
- How do I contact my assessor?
- How do I withdraw from the course if I no longer wish to continue?
- Does the Diploma help towards Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification with the Project Management Institute (PMI)?
After enrolment you will receive a Welcome email from The Moreland Group which will state your commencement and completion dates.
The timeframes for our qualifications are;
Certificate IV in Procurement and Contracting (online/blended) – 12 months
Certificate IV in Project Management Practice (online/blended/assessment only) – 12 months
Diploma of Project Management (online/blended/assessment only) – 12 months
Diploma of Building and Construction (Management) – 12 months
Advanced Diploma of Program Management – 12 months
If you are having difficulty completing within your timeline please contact The Moreland Group to discuss.
Once your assessor has completed marking your evidence they will send this to The Moreland Group and your testamur and Statement of Attainment will be issued within 4 weeks.
If you have changed your postal address since your enrolment please ensure you advise The Moreland Group or update in your student portal so that your documentation can be sent to the correct address.
Each course page will outline the specific requirements. Experience and some exposure in formal education is useful.
All materials are delivered via our Learning Management System (EngLearn). Online students will find everything they need here while students who have selected the blended delivery will also need to register for their face to face components.
All materials are delivered via our Learning Management System (EngLearn).
There will be two main points of support provided by your assessor:
- The first is an initial meeting to establish a plan and identify current competency
- The second is a final overall assessment meeting (assuming the evidence is appropriate and complete)
Throughout the duration of the course, candidates can contact the assessor and other students through EngLearn (LMS), through the discussions area and email.
If the candidate requires coaching assistance, this can be provided by the Assessor or arranged through other suitably qualified people for an agreed fee.
Some limited coaching forms part of the assessment; however, any intensive work or work that requires a considerable injection of time will attract an extra fee.
You will receive an email or phone call from your assessor as an introduction and they will then provide their contact details for future use. The details for your assessor will also be located on EngLearn (LMS) under the welcome page.
If you no longer wish to continue the course you will need to request a withdrawal form and complete this. Once you are past the 28 days of your course there is no return of fees paid (unless there are exceptional circumstances). Please see our Terms and Conditions page for full details.
The PMP requires experience, education, and an exam. The basis of the exam is the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) and a detailed knowledge of the PMBoK Guide is essential.
Our courses are based on PMBoK as are the Australian Diploma of Project Management competency standards. Therefore obtaining a Diploma will assist with the knowledge and experience requirements; however you will still have to demonstrate 4-5 years’ work experience, and the education requirements of 35 hours.
Note: An Australian Diploma is an “associate” Diploma level on American scales.
For more information please visit http://www.pmi.org/Certification/Project-Management-Professional-PMP.aspx