NZIM Diploma in Project Management

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This programme, first developed in 2002 and kept updated until my contract with NZIM recently “expired”, is for people who are entering or actively engaged in project management. Those awarded this qualification will have demonstrated their ability to take responsibility for managing projects, including the work of others within a project team.

Incidentally, the “NZIM” title has now been courageously rebranded “IMNZ” perhaps to somehow revitalise those tired words “Institute” and “Management”, yet the phoenix-like logo has been shelved. But partnering with Massey should help with survival. I’m watching with interest.

Anyway, DPM programme participants complete four classroom modules and four assignments based on each participant’s real workplace project. The four classroom modules are covered in nine training days over four months. Tuition is based on the following SkillPower project management model:

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