School Of Engineering, Design And Built Environment

Work-Integrated Learning in Project Management BWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 301367.3


Student Contribution Band: 4

Level: 7

Credit Points: 20

Co ordinator
Ali Al-Ashwal

Assumed Knowledge
Foundational knowledge of project management

Incompatible Units
301055 - Research Project A; 301056 - Research Project B

301366 Work-Integrated Learning in Project Management A

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled in course 3752-Master of Project Management and must have successfully completed 80 credit points which should include all core units and 20cps of electives.

Teaching Periods
Nothing on offer.

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About this Unit
This WIL unit builds on its predecessor, Work-Integrated Learning in Project Management A and will provide students enrolled in the Master of Project Management with an opportunity to undertake work placement focusing on project management (PM) in a professional organisation within an industry relevant to students’ specialisation or generic option. The placement will allow students to further develop PM professional skills and behaviour, integrate theoretical and practical PM knowledge and conventions into a real world setting, and establish project management competency, all in line with recognized world standard in project management. The unit aims to further promote greater engagement with career planning and progression and hence improve job readiness.

Special Requirements - Legislative Pre-requisites

All students will be required to conduct Work Health and Safety Risk Assessment for the tasks they may carry out in their workplace. Depending on the nature of the organisation in which they are doing their placement there may be special legislative requirements. These must be identified by the students before commencement of placement. The placement will not proceed if the student does not have the correct requirements at the time the placement is due to begin.

Special Requirements - Essential Equipment
It is very likely that some equipment used by the student will be specific to the placement site. This equipment will be identified in the Risk Assessment, and appropriate training is expected to be given by the workplace.

3752.4Master of Project ManagementCURRENT


A3045.1Master of Project Management - Pathway C - Work PlacementCURRENT

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