The Queensland Procurement Certification Program (PCP) is a program aimed at certifying procurement professionals within Queensland Government to gain national recognition in the field of procurement. The specialist level 3, or PCP Level 3, consists of the Diploma of Procurement and Contracting course that has been tailored to meet the unique requirements of the Queensland State Government. It consists of Queensland-specific rules and processes for procurement goods and services, and it is ideal for people working as procurement officers, procurement policy officers, contract managers, and finance or project manager.
This course will run for 11 days and is made up of four blocks of training that includes allocated time to complete the assessment. Upon completion of this course, an additional unit will be issued with the qualification to meet the Queensland Government category management requirements, and an additional unit in supply chain can be completed upon conclusion of the course in order to receive advanced standing towards a Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) qualification.
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