Sustainable & Resilient Outcomes through Program Management


Are you looking for a pathway to provide your organisation or community with a more sustainable future, one that is resilient and can adapt to its environment, its risks and benefit from delivering change?

PSA’s nationally accredited Certificate 4 in Program Management (10375NAT) is at the forefront of management methodologies with a highly evolved process that is most simply described by What, Who, Why & How:

What is the actual state of things that can be? What is the sustainable Program or feasible Project plans and what are the key risks?

  • Who are the key stakeholders, their priority needs, outcome wants and key success criteria?

  • Why do this? Does this fit within the overall goal to Program outcomes?

  • How can this be done? – To achieve maximum impact for the Programs that frame a feasible set of Projects and together are sustainable and resilient?

The course has been designed, analysed, reviewed and refined from over forty years of successful experience on working on major Program and Projects in the Commercial and Non-for Profit sectors as well as a global PhD research sponsored by the International Project Management Institute (PMI).

This is an evidence based methodology that has been proven to work and it has been made available for you to make it work. The Certificate IV Course is now accepting enrolments and can be delivered online with all resources available to you whenever, wherever. For more information on the course, please contact us.

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Find out more about how PSA’s nationally accredited Certificate IV in Program Management can benefit you and your organisation.

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PSA’s diverse project work has been has graced many publications including, The Age, The Herald Sun, Engineers Australia, AIPM Magazine and many more.

You can also find information about “What enables Project Success” by Paul Steinfort, PhD & Derek Walker, PhD as well as many other papers and articles.

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