The Queensland Government Customer and Digital Group and the Public Service Commission have partnered with QUTeX to design and deliver the Queensland Government digital project board governance program. The three-component program aims to equip leaders and senior executives with the competencies and tools to become effective members of digital project boards and steering committees.
This micro-credential is the third program component and will enable participants to become an accredited digital project board member.
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Micro-credentials are certification style qualifications that are designed to help address a need in the market and meets the standard or the relevant profession or industry.
On completion the participant will:
- be awarded a QUTeX micro-credential to acknowledge their learning and assessment
- become an accredited Queensland Government digital project board/steering committee member.
Who should participate?
The module is designed for senior executives within the Queensland Public Service, typically at SES Level. Participants are likely to be involved in the governance of a digital project, program or steering committee which may include being the nominated senior responsible officer.
Nominees must complete micro-learning element 1 and masterclass element 2 before commencing this program.
The micro credential is approximately 60 hours of learning over 10 weeks, including:
- self-directed online learning
- interactive facilitator-led virtual classrooms
- workplace assignment.
The assignment work will be to review the performance of a digital project board/steering committee for a major digital project in a different agency. The review will be against a set of specific governance criteria and will require the learner to provide recommendations. It would be the intention to provide a copy of the report to the agency reviewed.