Project managers are important in any industry, no matter how big or small. If a business wants to change, modify or improve a process - it’s a project. Offering a 12-month course in project management, National Training opens up a range of job opportunities for you. With lockdown and self-isolation ongoing, there has never been a better time than today to start enhancing and improving your skillset.
For over 10 years, National Training has trained over 10,000 students, constantly performing in the top quartile of Australian online training companies. The majority of National Training students are inbound, seeking National Training courses to improve their skills and develop their career.
Here are 5 job opportunities with a Diploma of Project Management.
A project scheduler uses software tools to manage project schedules. In contrast to other ‘project management’ job descriptions, this role doesn’t involve a team or people management.
Often an entry-level position, a project coordinator assists the management team with generating and distributing reports.
Assistant Project Manager
On large-scale projects, an assistant project manager works collaboratively with the project manager to help and assist on tasks they may not be able to complete.
A project manager oversees the entire project, from the beginning to a successful conclusion. They oversee everything from budgets to plans, schedules and product demonstrations.
Senior Project Manager
A senior project manager is responsible for multiple projects at the same time. Often, there is a large team of project managers and assistants to help complete each project.
The beauty of being a great project manager with experience is you don’t need to stay in the same industry or company. The skills and knowledge you gain are relevant in several different fields. From construction to architecture, health insurance, manufacturing, engineering, software and IT.