Graduate Certificate in Asset Management

(CRS1400821)

Course Objectives

  • 4 Credit Points

  • 4 Units of Study

The course aims to provide place-bound managers and professional engineers in public works and industry positions with access to modern tools and skills to efficiently undertake a specialist role in asset management. Industry readily achnowledges specialist qualification is important in raising the status of professionals in the industry, and the online education mode allows courses to be readily offered to candidates throughout Australia and New Zealand as well as overseas. The online mode greatly assists the ongoing learning process for those who change employer and/or are located in rural/regional areas and are unable to access traditional face-to-face programs.

AQF Level
8
Program Code
CRS1400821
Duration
3yrs

Part Time Study

Mode
Online

Graduate Statement

The CPEE GCAM Graduate will possess knowledge and skills in the design, implementation, application and maintenance of sustainable asset management systems. They will have the capacity to effectively apply their learning to a wide range of asset management situations and systems, and the potential to develop into highly competent asset management professionals.

Graduate Attributes

The CPEE Graduate Attributes underpin Programs that seek to graduate students who are thinkers, innovators, communicators, leaders and are socially, cultural, ethically and environmentally aware. 

  1. In-depth knowledge & skills in a discipline area: an in-depth knowledge within the field of study, based on current and emerging national and international practice. 
  2. Judgement, analysis and problem solving: the ability to define, analyse and create viable solutions to a range of problems and to reflect on potential outcomes. 
  3. Creativity and inventiveness: the ability to generate creative and innovative solutions to discipline and social challenges. 
  4. Effective communication and collaboration: the abilities to collaborate, communicate and present information and concepts clearly, fluently and within context to diverse audiences via multiple media.
  5. Sustainability, socially and ethically focussed: the ability to respond appropriately to discipline issues with a commitment to sustainability, social and high ethical standards. 
  6. Information and digital literacy: the ability to recognise when information is needed and to locate, interpret, evaluate, and effectively use the information as required. 
  7. Lifelong learning to increase self-potential: the ability to pursue personal and work based development in a changing environment through self-managed learning. 

Program Structure

CodeNameRequisite
540
Asset Management Principles

Core

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640
Economics of Financial Management

Core
540

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609
Road Asset Management

Elective
540

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641
Sustainable Physical Infrastructure

Elective
540, 640

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541
Project Management Elements

Elective
540

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619
Contracts: Principles, Management & Risk

Elective
541

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Admission Requirements

  1. A three (3) year undergraduate degree in a cognate discipline at AQF7; or
  2. A two (2) year undergraduate degree in a cognate discipline at AQF6, plus at least three (3) years of documented and verified relevant work experience; or
  3. Demonstrated relevant formal, non-formal and informal prior learning deemed equivalent to items a) or b) above.
  4. Meeting the minimum English language requirements.

Program Requirements

To be eligible for the Graduate Certificate in Asset Management a candidate must complete all units in Part A plus any two (2) units from Part B of the Schedule of Units.

Units can only be attempted following successful completion of the required pre-requisites or by enrolment in co-requisites.

Enrolment Pattern

The default and minimum enrolment pattern for the Graduate Certificate in Asset Management is one (1) unit per semester. A maximum enrolment of two (2) units per semester is normally permitted.

All units may not be offered in all semesters.

Maximum Completion Time

The standard maximum time for completion of the Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology is 3 calendar years dated from the time of initial enrolment. Refer to PO028 Policy on Program Duration regarding program completion times, Leave of Absence and Compassionate and Compelling Circumstances.

Awarding of Credit

General

Credit for previous equivalent formal, non-formal or informal prior learning or cross institutional study undertaken is awarded in line with GL013 CPEE Guidelines for Awarding of Academic Credit.

GL013: Guideline for Awarding of Academic Credit

AMCouncil Certification Holders

 GL013: Guideline for Awarding of Academic Credit


Semester Unit Fee Schedule

2022 Student Type  
Domestic International Field of Education
Program Standard
Per Unit
Standard
Per Unit
Code
Graduate Certificate in Asset Management $3,195.00 $3,670.00 080315
Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology $3,195.00 $3,670.00 039999
Master of Pavement Technology $3,195.00 $3,670.00 039999
Single Unit (Non Award) $3,195.00 $3,670.00 039999
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