Light up your career as an electrical project manager
Use your current electrical knowledge to step into the world of electrical project management – work at management level on large industrial, commercial and domestic projects and climb your career ladder.
Guarantee your future in this thriving industry
The building trade is booming and with it comes plenty of opportunities for qualified project managers to gain employment. Possible career paths for electrical project managers or electricians include:
- electrician owner/manager
- electrical supervisor
- engineering assistant – project management.
NMIT – excellence in training
Let NMITs qualified and trade experienced teachers guide you through your training. You will have access to the latest project management methodology used in the industry and put these to use in a realistic project management environment.
Our teachers focus on your progress throughout the course, providing quality personal attention to ensure that you are industry ready.
About the Course
- Local Students
- International Students
- National Code: 21957VIC
- CRICOS Code:
2 nights per week. Some units can be delivered flexibly.
Modes of Delivery
Further Study and Careers
Pathways to Further Study
Articulation arrangements should be discussed with relevant tertiary institutions. Graduates of this course may wish to engage in further studies in Business Management.
Graduates may gain employment in project management or personnel management in the electronics industry. Opportunities include electrical project management, electrical estimating, middle management, line management and supervisory positions.
Applicants must have a Certificate III in Electrotechnology.
Knowledge Test, Practical Demonstration and Assignments
Local Fees:Want all the information on fees and charges? Click here to find out more, or contact NMIT on 03 9269 8400.
How to Apply:
To start this course at midyear or in 2014, apply directly to NMIT.
Units of Study
The Units of Study listed below have been approved for VET FEE-HELP. You may be required to undertake additional Units of Study in order to obtain the qualification. You will need to determine your particular combination of Units of Study with the department.
The hours displayed are nominal, as indicated in the National Training Package. Actual classroom hours delivered may differ. Please contact the department for the latest student contact hours information.
|BSBHRM604A||Manage Employee Relations|
|BSBITU301A||Create And Use Databases|
|BSBMGT605B||Provide Leadership Across The Organisation|
|BSBOHS504B||Apply Principles Of OHS Risk Management|
|BSBPMG504A||Manage Project Costs|
|VBP235||Use 2D Computer Aided Drafting Systems|