Welcome to the Advanced Diploma of Procurement & Contracting qualification (PSP60616) from the Public Sector Training Package (PSP12).
These modules focuses on gaining an understating on how procurement can be achieved in an organisation and will delve into how strategic procurement can be implemented effectively in government.
These resources are designed to assist you in developing the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve the Advanced Diploma of Procurement & Contracting qualification.
Throughout these resources, you will find information, further recommended reading, case studies and activities which are deliberately structured to assist your learning.
Much of the information in these resources has been sourced from commonly available Australian Government, State and Territory procurement policy and guidance.
The sources have been listed in the references and bibliography section and are recommended as further reading.
The instructions and procedures described in this training program are provided for training purposes only; they do not replace or take precedence over either the procedures or instructions issued by your agency, or relevant legislation.
You should ensure that you are familiar with any legislation, policies, procedures or other guidelines that apply within your organisation.
Module Objectives and Learning Outcomes
This module addresses planning and coordinating procurement activities of a complex nature and the implementation of policies within government. It includes information on the legislation, policies and financial processes that may have an effect on the procurement process.
On completion of this program, participants will be able to:
Understand and identify relevant legislation and policy;
- Comply with government process and requirements;
- Plan and coordinate strategic procurement within the organisation; and
- Ethically and confidentially execute procurement activities within the Australian Public Service.