When: Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 March 2021
Time: 9.00AM - 5.00PM
Saxons Training Rooms
Level 11, 300 Adelaide Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Cost (incl. GST): Standard $950.00 / Group (3 or more) $930.00 per person *
* Contact IPAA NSW on 02 8066 1900 for group bookings
**Includes printed workbook and all day catering for those attending face to face - inform us of any dietary requirements**
Prereading QLD Procurement Policy 2019 please click here
- Successful completion of
Level 1 Introduction to Procurement is a pre-requisite requirement to
register for PCP Level 2 Intermediate procurement.
- To discuss direct entry into
PCP Level 2, please email email@example.com or call 07 3215 3604
Procurement builds on the fundamental procurement skills introduced in PCP
Level 1 Introduction to Procurement. It introduces the concept of procurement
as a strategic and cyclical process. Key tasks are introduced including
drafting a specification, preparing an invitation to offer, receiving and
evaluating offers and basic contract administration. Risk assessment, ethics
and fair dealing, incorporating sustainability in procurement practice and the
concept of total cost of ownership are examined to develop the skill set of the
intermediate procurement officer.
- awareness of the essential
phases in the strategic sourcing cycle
- ability to plan a
- ability to implement a
procurement plan in a way that reflects the legislative and policy
environment applicable to the organisation
- ability to draft specifications,
go to market, and select suppliers for small-medium size procurements
- ability to undertake basic
contract administration, contract management planning and performance
management of contractors
- understanding of how to
conduct risk assessments and an introduction to the concept of
- understanding of ethics and
fair dealing, and how to incorporate sustainability in procurement
- act within own delegations
and refer issues to higher authority when necessary
to your organisation
- compliance with QLD
Government procurement legislation
- contract disputes avoided
- improved value for money
arising from low risk, low value purchases
- understanding of how to plan
a low risk, low value procurement process
- ability to conduct an
effective procurement activity
- ability to manage a contract
- Ethics and fair dealing
- Sustainable procurement
- Analysis to achieve value
- Introduction to contract law
- Co-ordinating procurement
- Procurement planning
- Conducting the procurement
- Manage the contract
- Complete contractual
Virtual Classroom for regional and remote students
virtual classroom consists of an actual classroom with a facilitator teaching
the class to students who are either in the classroom with the facilitator or
dialled in remotely to the class session. Presentation slides and other digital
files can be presented during the training session using the Zoom platform and
the student may either focus on these resources or the facilitator. The class
can also view the students who are remotely dialled into the class session and
can interact with them in the same manner as in a classroom.
students located in the same city or town as the facilitator, we recommend they
attend the classroom with the facilitator, and those who are located outside of
the actual classroom to form their own groups in the same city or town and then
remote into the virtual classroom together from the same physical location,
e.g. meeting room or training room.
physical location will require the following set-up:
Sufficient internet connection – Zoom is successful on a 4G network. Any
network better than 4G will enhance the student’s experience;
- A PC
with a web-camera, microphone and the capacity to run the Zoom application to
allow the facilitator to better interact with students in the same manner as a
traditional classroom; and
Sufficient sized monitor or screen to support the number of students in the
Zoom Room to allow the greatest outreach of students and to provide another
avenue for people wanting to undertake training without the excessive cost of
flights and accommodation necessary to send a person to a capital city to
undertake face-to-face training. We use this technology to help those in remote
locations who would normally miss out on further education because they are
unable to either fund or access the training they need to perform their work
Please contact IPAA NSW on 02 80661900 for further information and costing for this option.
size is a minimum of 12 up to a maximum of 18 participants only.
bookings are a per person cost. Group bookings are a per person cost for a
group of three or more participants from the same agency.
delivery is subject to meeting minimum panel size (12–18). Where a minimum
panel is not achieved, registered attendees will be advised no later than one
week prior to the course start date.
regional course delivery dates are currently offered, attendance at our Brisbane course is available via Virtual Classroom (see above). If you
have a group of 10-18 people, we can send a trainer to your location (see
In-House Course Delivery below).
training can also be provided directly to your organisation at a MINIMUM cost
of $9,955.00 (incl. GST), plus $66.00 per person for assessment fees. Maximum
class size of 18 applies. Prices exclude facilitator travel to your venue of
choice, and any venue and catering costs. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or on (02) 8066 1900 for more information.
completion of Level 1 online training is a pre-requisite requirement to attend
PCP Level 2 in-house training.
The information being collected when registering
for this course is for the purpose of managing your learning and development.
This organisation may disclose this information to a Queensland government agency or
contracted service provider as is necessary for the management,
delivery and student outcome reporting of this learning and development course.
Your personal details will not be disclosed to any other third party without
your consent, unless required to do so by law.