You can scope a project
One of the first steps in project management is scoping. In this course you will learn the complexities of project scoping and its direct impact on the performance and outcome of a project.
You can study fee-free
From 1 January 2018, tertiary education will be fees-free for eligible first-time tertiary students on programmes level 3 and above. You may be eligible to study this course fee-free. Find out if you’re eligible for free study.
Benefits to you
Learn how to scope
Learn how to generate a project scope statement. Gain the skills to change the scope of a project and the actions required to support a change of direction. Learn how to identify project components, basic costing and project performance.
Develop the skills to create a work breakdown schedule
Learn risk management
In this course you will learn how to identify risk and the strategies to put in place to manage risk.
Gain relevant on the job skills
This course will give you practical skills that you can apply immediately to your projects.
- Credit: 15
- EFTS: 0.125
- Level: 4
- Course fee: $163 (domestic students). Includes GST.
How long will it take?
This course is delivered over 10 weeks. If you want to study full-time you can enrol on more than one course at a time.
Please speak to one of our advisors for more information on 0800 328 269 or refer to https://www.studylink.govt.nz/about-studylink/glossary/full-time-definition.html
To find out more about registering for this course, visit: https://www.tanzecampus.com/how-to-register/
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“I really enjoy having the ability to study when I have the time and wherever I might be. I also like the online videos and course reading and have found the course facilitators are always available when I need them,”
TANZ eCampus is offered by six of New Zealand’s major tertiary providers including:
All qualifications will be awarded by one of these providers. Courses completed through TANZ eCampus are industry recognised and accepted by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Graduates may attend the graduation ceremony of the relevant tertiary partner and will receive a parchment from the institute at which they enrolled.