Incremental payment model
We do not accept payment for the complete programme upfront. This is because we want the freedom to stop the programme on an individual basis, i.e. as soon as we see that you’re not benefiting any longer, we’ll stop the programme, and you won’t be liable for any further cost. You have the option to do the same.
Fees are payable on a milestone-by-milestone basis, as shown on the diagram below:
- In PCP1, you pay before participating in the Workshop.
- In PCP2, your first payment is due a week after starting the course online, and your second payment is due 4 weeks later.
- In PCP3, each payment aligns to the attainment of learning milestones within the module itself. The module is designed to work towards a milestone every 4 weeks, which means that you can expect to make a payment every month if you keep up with the programme.
All fees include VAT.
Intensive Weekend Workshop in Project Management
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Intensive 3-day Workshop in Project Management
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|PCP2||ALL COUNTRIES (ONLINE)
Project Management Concepts
|2 payments of R1,250 each
Planning and Reporting
|12 milestone payments of R1,875 each (Total R22,500)
Textbook and software not included (see below)
Extra costs in PCP3
Included in your PCP3 fee
The fee for PCP3 includes:
- All the classes, events, group and individual support described above
- Your handbook, and all other printed material which forms part of the common core learning content
- Your access to IBM Connections (where you will collaborate online with your mentor)
- Your access to the ProjectManagement.co.za Studyspace (online)
The fee is payable in 12 milestone-based instalments of R1,875 each, which translates to 1 milestone per month if you’re working at a standard pace.
To reach each milestone, you need to successfully complete a sequence of four study segments. You won’t be not allowed to proceed to the next segment until you’ve successfully completed the preceding segment, with its concluding tests and other activities.
The programme is designed to set you up to succeed. However, the pass mark for some assessments is 90%. This is to ensure that you are not left with big gaps in your understanding, skill or ability.
You may repeat certain segments at no additional cost if you don’t manage to make it the first time round.