Diploma of Procurement and Contracting
Diploma of Procurement and Contracting
The Diploma of Procurement and Contracting builds, consolidates and enhances participants’ knowledge and expertise in public sector procurement and contracting.
What is the course?
The PSP50616 Diploma of Procurement and Contracting is designed to consolidate and enhance participants’ knowledge and understanding of the key competencies required in public sector procurement and contract management. This course will provide you with the essential skills to effectively and successfully conduct independent and self-directed work as a procurement and contract management professional.
Monash College engages AcademyGlobal as a non-RTO, third party to deliver training. AcademyGlobal is a leading provider of procurement and contract management, finance, project management and risk capability training.
This qualification is recognised by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS). AcademyGlobal is Australia’s first and only Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) approved study centre. By completing the PSP50616 Diploma of Procurement and Contracting with Monash College, learners are eligible to apply for exemption from six modules of the CIPS Diploma in Procurement and Supply.
- promote the values and ethos of public service and establish a governance framework for complex procurement
- undertake procurement and the management of contracts with integrity and in accordance with probity principles
- develop a complex procurement plan
- manage risk in a procurement
- manage a complex procurement activity
- manage and evaluate a complex procurement
- negotiate successful procurement outcomes
- establish, manage and finalise a complex contract
- manage contractor performance.
Units of Competency
- PSPETH003: Promote the value and ethos of public service
- PSPGEN049: Undertake negotiations
- PSPLEG003: Promote compliance with legislation in the public sector
- PSPPCM008: Manage contract performance
- PSPPCM009: Finalise contracts
- PSPPCM010: Manage procurement risk
- PSPPCM011: Plan to manage a contract
- PSPPCM012: Plan for procurement outcomes
- PSPPCM013: Make procurement decisions
- BSBPUR504: Manage a supply chain
- PSPGEN046: Undertake research and analysis
- PSPPCM014: Participate in budget and procurement review processes
- PSPPCM016: Plan and implement strategic sourcing
- PSPPCM017: Plan and implement procurement category management
- PSPPCM018: Conduct demand and procurement spend analysis
This course consists of three modules with each module being conducted over a 24-hour period. Participants receive intensive supervised instruction during the workshop which is delivered over three eight-hour training days. This course has a total of 72 hours of intensive instruction.
|Mode of delivery|
Virtual Classroom via Zoom or face-to-face.
Nine face to face days delivered over three blocks, with 4-8 week gap between each workshop block and 8 weeks to submit assessments after the final workshop. Expected completion timeframe of 12 months from commencement.
|Volume of learning|
Delivered across 3 x 3 day facilitated workshops and a self-study and assessment period post workshop.
$6,365 incl. GST - The course fees payment plan is $1,500 deposit and then monthly instalments of $1,216.25.
This qualification is delivered using a combination of presentation, group work, case studies and individual research.
There is a written assessment for each of the modules above. Assessments will take place during the course through the use of role plays, group activities, case studies and individual research. Learners also complete workplace-based projects to demonstrate competency against nationally endorsed standards. In class activities will also be used throughout the workshops to build your understanding and you will have access to facilitators during this period to assist you in completing your course.
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Robert Halsall MSc, BSc (Hons), MCIPS, FCIPS
Rob is an experienced Chief Procurement Officer, facilitator and university lecturer. He has extensive international experience across leading automotive, chemical, telecommunications, tertiary and financial services organisations. Rob has experience in executive and board director level roles, including leadership roles driving business strategy and transformation, organisational design and operating models, program management and delivery and end-to-end procurement.
In recent years, Rob has developed a particular interest in developing high performing leaders and teams as both an executive within the corporate environment and as an independent consultant, mentor and coach. In 2018, Rob was awarded the CIPS Australasia Procurement Professional of the Year Award and Ernst & Young New Zealand Procurement Professional of the Year. In 2019, Rob was the 2019 CIPS Australasia Winner for both People Development and Risk Mitigation Categories.
Paul Vorbach MCom, LLM, MBA, FAICD, FGIA FCG
Paul is a Director of AcademyGlobal, with a background in executive management in multinational commercial firms, including Deloitte (Senior Manager) and Citi (VP and Director). Paul has 25 years’ experience across consulting, financial services and management education industries.
Having conducted assignments in 20 countries on 5 continents, Paul has partnered with leaders in commerce, academia, government and the not-for-profit sector to provide programs that address their key organisational challenges and opportunities. He works with clients in the area of capability strategy, training needs analysis, program design and course delivery. His areas of expertise include finance, procurement, risk management, turnaround and restructuring.