Public Sector Management Program: Applications Closing Soon
Is now the time for you to take your career in government to new heights?
The highly regarded Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) is a dynamic study option catering specifically for mid-level managers in the Australian public service and non-Government organisations (NGOs).
Delivered nationally by QUT, on behalf of the governments of Australia, it’s the perfect gateway to improving opportunities and career outcomes through real world learning.
Dynamic delivery to suite your employer, your work and your lifestyle.
- Local: Delivered nationally in every capital city.
- Dynamic: A four-unit program spanning 12-15 months. Focused around four intensive 3 to 4-day workshops, minimising disruption to the minimised.
- Hands-on: You’ll undertake a work-based project that delivers real outcomes for your organisation.
- Recognised: With a 30-year track record of success, the PSMP has an engaging and relevant curriculum that meets the changing needs of your environment.
- Diverse: You’ll study and build networks with a diverse range of professionals from all levels of government, as well as NGOs.
- High Impact: Develop the confidence to make a difference by truly understanding the business of government and yourself as a leader.
A graduate certificate funded by your employer
In just 15 months, you will earn a Graduate Certificate that is nationally and internationally recognised. The PSMP is employer funded and available to study across all Australian capital cities and is flexible enough to fit in with your work commitments. Get the qualifications you need to go even further.
Queensland applications close 23rd August (intake commences 20th September 2021).
Sydney applications close 30th August (intake commences 27th September 2021).
Canberra applications close 6th September (intake commences 4th October 2021).
“The PSMP has provided me with a best practice toolkit that allows me to look at complex problems from a very different perspective. It has also reinforced the importance of ensuring the teams I lead within my organisation build strong relationships with stakeholders to develop and implement well-informed and innovative solutions to address these challenges.”