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BSB50820 Diploma of Project Management
Assessment Workbook – Module 1

About this Module Assessment
This Module Assessment focusses on the following Units of Competency:
 BSBPMG540 - Manage project integration
 BSBPMG530 - Manage project scope
 BSBPMG531 - Manage project time
Accompanying this Assessment Workbook is the “Elemental Learner Handbook” in your Student Resource Kit. It
contains additional relevant information, guidance, and policies relating to this assessment.
To submit each Module Assessment, follow the instructions in the document “User Manual for Learners – Student
Portal” in your Student Resource Kit.
Student details and declaration
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DECLARATION: The documents and answers that I have attached and submitted are my own work,
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Module 1 Assessment – Summary Table
To complete this Module Assessment, you must complete each of the assessment tasks outlined below.
Task # Assessment type Assessment description
1 Case study project
documentation
Activities workshopped during training, based on the case study project provided.
These may be completed during training or completed individually at home. They
include:
1. Project Charter
2. Project Management Plan
3. Work Breakdown Structure
4. Schedule
2 Work-based
project
documentation
Professional project management documents developed for a work-based project
using either the templates provided in the Elemental Toolkit or your own
organisation’s equivalent project management templates:
1. Project Charte
2. Work Breakdown Structure
3. Schedule (Gantt Chart)
3 Knowledge
questions
Knowledge questions, answered in your own words, taking into consideration the
content covered during the training, additional independent research, and your own
work experience.
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Assessment Task 1 – Case Study Project Documentation
Case Study: Project Charte
Instructions to students: Develop Project Charter for the case study project using the template below.
Project Charte
Project Name Project Manager Project Sponso
Project Objective/s
Objective/s
What must be achieved, before the project closes, in order to call the project
“successful”?
Measurable Success Criteria
Evidence that the objective has been achieved to clarify the line between success and
failure. Quantifiable criteria that can be (easily) measured before the project closes.
Background
History, rationale and relevant
ackground information about the
project.
Lessons from past projects
What Lessons Learned and insights have
een gained on past projects that may
e relevant to this project?
Strategic alignment
What (if any) program does this project
sit within? What organisational goals,
values or strategies does this project
support? List / provide links to relevant
corporate plans, etc.
Benefits / Long-Term Outcomes
Positive results expected to emerge after the project has closed (e.g. efficiency, awareness, etc)
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Governance Structure
Individuals/groups that will authorise the project, direct the actions of the project manager, provide funding, decisions, & resolve escalated risks/issues.
Governance Role (e.g. Sponsor,
Steering Committee Member, PMO)
Responsibilities (e.g. attend SteerCo meetings, facilitate
funding, own specific risks)
Communication needs (Status
Report, meetings)
Comments
Proposed Team
People and organisations
involved with undertaking
any of the work in scope.
Internal resources (people) required External delivery partners/suppliers required
Key Stakeholders
Individuals and/or groups
involved with, impacted by,
or able to affect the project
or its outcomes.
Name of individual/group Interest (why are they a stakeholder?)
Scope of Work
Deliverables
Products, services, results to be delivered
(outputs).
Estimated completion date Estimated cost Exclusions
What is ‘out of scope’ and will NOT be delivered by this project?
1. Click or tap to enter a date. $ 1.
2. Click or tap to enter a date. $
3. Click or tap to enter a date. $
4. Click or tap to enter a date. $
Project Management Throughout $
Project Contingency (PM approved to spend) $
Management Reserve (Sponsor approval required) $
Target timeframe / budget for project (sum column) $
Key Considerations
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Assumptions
Uncertain conditions that
are considered likely to be
true, and on which cu
ent
plans are based.
Constraints
Known facts that limit the
team’s approach/choices
about how the work is done.

Key Risks
Things that might happen
that would negatively
impact the project, client,
organisation or community.
Threat description Treatment strategy
Key Opportunities
Things that might happen
that would positively impact
the project, client,
organisation or community.
Opportunity description Treatment strategy
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Case Study: PMP
Instructions to students: use the template below to develop the sections of the PMP relevant to Integration, Scope, and Time management for the case study project.
Project Management Plan
Project Name Project Manager Project Sponso
Elevator Pitch
Summarise the
project in three
short sentences.
This project is about…
It’s important to do because…
When it is finished…
Integration Management Plan
Project lifecycle
What will be the phases of the project lifecycle? Phase gates (e.g. “G1”)
are checkpoints at which the project’s governance structure (e.g. Sponsor)
may review the project, confirm its continued viability, and make a
“Go/No-Go” decision.

Standards, regulation & legislation
What internal project management standards, methodologies, polies and
protocols must be complied with during the project? What external
egulations and/or legislation applies to the project (e.g. WHS, POEO,
Privacy, etc)

Reviews & revisions of this PMP
How frequently will this document be reviewed and updated to reflect
emerging details about the project? Who is authorised to approve
updated versions? To what extent is the project manager authorised to
change the content of this document before triggering Integrated Change
Control and requiring a review and approval from the sponso
steering
committee?

Integrated Change Control
How will proposed changes be identified, analysed, reported,
accepted
ejected, integrated into the PMP and communicated to
affected stakeholders? What documentation is required? – e.g. Change
Log in RADICAL Registe

Status Reports
What is the process for reporting on project progress and performance?

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What documentation/templates must be used? How often will Status
Reports be sent?
Closure
Describe the process, activities and approvals required to close and review
the project. What documentation is required?

Scope Management Plan
Scope management concepts, processes, and techniques to be applied
e.g. How will the project be scoped? How will requirements be gathered
and who should be involved? How will scope be validated (accepted by
the client/user)? How will deliverables handed-over?

Schedule Management Plan
Time management concepts, processes, and techniques to be applied
e.g. How will the schedule be developed and who should be involved?
What is the tolerance for being behind schedule? Are there any rewards or
penalties for being ahead
ehind schedule? What calendar will be used
(e.g. 5- or 6-day week)?

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Case Study: Work Breakdown Structure
Instructions to students: Develop this sub-plan for the case study project by either using the SmartArt graphic below, or any other application. (e.g. Visio).
Project
Planning Implementation
Project management
during
Implementation
Project Deliverables
Closure
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Case Study: RADICAL Dashboard – WBS & Schedule
Instructions to students: Replace the image below with a snip of the Dashboard Tab of the RADICAL Register (WBS and Gantt chart sections only).
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Assessment Task 2 – Work Based Project Documentation
Instructions to students:
To increase the relevance and value of assessments, you will be asked to develop a range of work-based documents from a real project that you are managing in the
workplace. These are outlined on the following pages.
Note regarding work-based project documentation:
1. You may use either:
a. The generic PM templates provided in this Assessment Workbook (and available to download for free from the toolkit on our website); o
. Your organisation’s project management templates, provided these contain similar content to the ones in this workbook. NOTE: To use templates from your
own workplace, simply attach them to the email with your workbook when you submit the Module Assessment. The assessor will validate the degree of
equivalence between your workplace templates and our generic ones. If there are any gaps, then the assessor will outline any further requirements in their
Assessor Report so that you can address these in your resubmission.
2. Ideally, all of your work-based documents will
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