Graduate Certificate in Asset Management

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To improve Asset Manegement study opportunities for graduate and postgraduate students as well as industry personnel seeking continuing education, CPEE created the Graduate Certificate in Asset Management. This course is practical and encourages direct application of the skills and knowledge acquired. Utilised by state transport authorities, local governments, consultants and industry seeking up-to-date, practical solutions This course consists of units of study developed by professional engineers and asset managers with national and international recognition.

Program Details

Overview

Course Objectives

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.

Graduate Statement

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Summary

Course Provider Centre for Pavement Engineering Education Inc.
Provider Identification Number PRV12121
Course Name Graduate Certificate in Asset Management
Course Code CRS1400821
Course Abbreviation  
Course Duration 0.5 years
Maximum time to complete (Part-time) 3 years
Course Mode Online
AQF Qualification Level 8

Intake

Semester 1  Yes 
Semester 2 Yes 

Contact

Centre for Pavement Engineering Education Inc. (CPEE)
Suite 9, 935 Station Street Box Hill North 3129, Victoria, Australia.
Phone (03) 98905155
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Entry

Prerequisites

Standard entry will be granted into the Graduate Certificate based upon a combination of the following:

  • A minimum relevant academic qualification at AQF Level 7,
    Or
  • A minimum relevant academic qualification at AQF Level 6 plus a minimum of 5 years relevant industrial experience in pavement engineering or a related field.

qualifications from overseas institutions

Applicants with qualifications from overseas institutions should provide a translated copy of their qualification with their application form. Before being considered for enrolment applicants must provide evidence of English language proficiency. This can be satisfied by providing documentary evidence of any of the following or their equivalent:

  • First language is English and secondary and/or undergraduate studies were conducted in English.
  • Successful completion of a tertiary degree program of minimum 2 years full time equivalent where the degree program was instructed and examined in English
  • English language proficiency valid within 2 years prior to submission of the application,
    • IELTS (Academic) - 6.0 (no individual band less than 6.0)
    • TOEFL (PBT) 575 TWE 4.5; TOEFL (iBT) 88 (no score below 20)
    • PTE Academic 50 with no score lower than 50
    • Cambridge CAE (Certificate of Advanced English) - B Grade
    • Cambridge CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English) - C Grade
    • Cambridge BEC (Business English Certificate) Higher - C Grade
  • Qualifications from a University in an overseas country are assessed

Qualifications from a university in an overseas country are assessed in accordance with the AEI-National Organisation of Overseas Skill Recognition (NOOSR) guidelines.

Structure

The Graduate Certificate in Asset Management

Adobe PDF file icon 32x32 Program Structure 

To be eligible to graduate*, students must complete:

  • The two (2) core units, plus
  • Two (2) units from the prescribed elective units.

Unit Availability

 Core

Core Unit Requirements:
  • Students need to complete both core units prior to commencing Electives
  • Core units can be undertaken individually or concurrently
Unit Title
EFTSL Credit
Points
Pre-requisite Unit Code
540 Asset Management Principles 12.5% 1 Not applicable
640 Economics of Financial Management 12.5% 1 540

Electives 

Elective Unit Requirements:
  • Available following successful completion of core units
  • Any unit pre-requisites must be completed prior to enrolment in unit
Unit Title  EFTSL

Credit
Points

Pre-requisite Unit Code
641 Sustainable Physical Infrastructure 12.5% 1 540, 640
541 Project Management Elements 12.5% 1 540 (co.)
609 Road Asset Management 12.5% 1 540
619 Contracts: Principles, Management and Risk 12.5% 1 541

* Full details see CPEE Graduation Policy (PO009)

Note: Variations to the Graduate Certificate Schedule Guide can only occur with the prior approval of the CPEE Higher Education Officer.

  • Applications to undertake a non-standard course must be made in writing using the Non-standard course application form for assessment.
  • Core units will usually be offered at least once per annum.
  • Elective units will usually be offered at least once every three semesters.
Fees

CPEE (PRIVATE PROVIDER PROGRAMS)

FEES

2021 Student Type  
Domestic   Overseas   Field of Education
Program Standard
Per Unit

Sem 1 2021
discounted pricing*

Standard
Per Unit
Sem 1 2021 discounted
pricing*
Code
Graduate Certificate in Asset Management $3,090.00 $2,890.00 $3,550.00 $3,350.00 080315
Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology $3,090.00 $2,890.00 $3,550.00 $3,350.00 039999
Master of Pavement Technology $3,090.00 $2,890.00 $3,550.00 $3,350.00 039999
Single Unit (Non Award) $3,090.00 $2,890.00 $3,550.00 $3,350.00 039999

*NOTE:
For Semester 1 2021 - Due to the disruptions and impact caused by COVID 19  A special discount will be applied to the unit enrolment fees for all CPEE Units in semester 1, 2021 (held at 2020 pricing).

         

Full-Fee Place

Units undertaken in CPEE progams are full fee paying and are not eligible for Commonwealth support or FEE-HELP

Domestic or International

Many things, including entry requirements, differ for international and local (or domestic) students.

 You are considered a DOMESTIC student if you are:
    • a citizen of Australia;
    • a citizen of New Zealand
    • a dual citizen of Australia and any other country;
    • a Permanent Resident of Australia; or
    • on a Permanent Humanitarian Visa.

These criteria apply even if you completed your schooling outside Australia.

 You are considered an OVERSEAS student if you are: 
    • a citizen of any country except Australia or New Zealand;
    • a temporary resident (visa status) of Australia;
    • a permanent resident (visa status) of New Zealand.
Dual Citizenship

If you have Australian or New Zealand citizenship and citizenship of another country, you are considered to be a Domestic student – even if you completed your schooling outside Australia.

How To Pay?

INVOICES

Semester unit fees will be invoiced to you automatically once you have enrolled in the unit/s you wish to study. If you have not received your invoice within 2 weeks of submitting your semester enrolment please contact CPEE directly.

Outcomes and Articulation

Graduate Attributes and Graduate Statement

The CPEE GCAM Graduate will provide leadership in the design, building and maintenance of their nation’s complex transportation infrastructure in a sustainable manner.

Graduate Attributes and Graduate Statement

Outcomes

 

Professional Recognition

To follow

Articulation

To follow

RPL/Credit

Applying for ACADEMIC CREDIT?

CPEE may award Specified Credit or Unspecified Credit. The awarding of credit means that a student who successfully applies for credit shall have a reduced number of Units to complete their CPEE program to meet the requirement for graduation. For example, a CPEE student who has been awarded 2 Units of Credit in the Masters of Pavement Technology will need to complete (pass) a further 6 Units to meet graduation requirements.

further information - Academic Credit

Study Load
Equivalent Full Time Student Load (EFTSL)

Each of our units has an equivalent full time student load (EFTSL) of 0.125 (12.5%).
The study of one unit in a semester would be an ETFSL of 12.5%. A standard full-time load is eight units in the academic year (8*12.5%= 100% or 1 EFTSL). For our programs a full time study load would be 4 units per semester.

Credit Points

Each CPEE unit is worth one (1) credit point unless otherwise specified. One credit point involves a student workload of approximately 10 hours per week over a semester.

Study Hours

In respect to study hours, we estimate that students would need to devote approximately 10 study hours per week, per unit. These study hours are inclusive of teaching time (e.g. lectures, online teaching), independent study, assessment tasks and/or examination time. Our semesters are broken down into study and exam periods. The study period is 15 weeks duration per semester. We state that the student study workload for each unit is 150 hours over the student period. 10hrs*15wks = 150hrs.

Enrol

Re-enrol

Re-enrolment Form

Approved applicants and re-enrolling students are to use the link above to access the semester enrolment form which includes units selection for the semester. If you have not been approved to study with CPEE please refer to the New Applications process below.

Please refer to your program structure and the unit/s availability when completing your semester enrolment form.

We recommend that you download and complete this form, print, sign, scan and return to CPEE via the email address provided.

New Applications

Apply now by submitting an application form via the below link to study with us.

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