Qld PCP Level 1 procurement fundamentals (Online)

Qld PCP Level 1 procurement fundamentals (Online)
Do you buy goods and services on behalf of the government? Learn about the fundamental principles of procurement in the Queensland Public Sector.

Delivery mode: Online Self-Paced

QLD State Government Employees - $100.00 (incl. GST)
Non-Government Employees - $160.00 (incl. GST)


Course Overview

  • Understand procurement in a public sector context
  • Identify legal, administrative and governance frameworks that apply to procurement in the Qld public sector
  • Undertake simple low-value, low-risk procurement on behalf of your agency

This course covers the fundamental principles of procurement in the Queensland Public Sector. Upon completion, you will be able to apply the concept of procurement to the Queensland Government context and follow standard ordering, receipting and payment processes on behalf of your agency. 


Learning Outcomes

  • Understand procurement in a public sector context
  • Identify legal, administrative and governance frameworks that apply to procurement in the Qld public sector
  • Prevent corruption in procurement
  • Undertake simple low-value, low-risk procurement on behalf of your agency.

Benefits to your organisation

  • Able to apply the principles of probity in procurement, which in turn will reduce reputational risk to your organisation.
  • Equipped to undertake procurement activities with increased confidence, efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Familiar with whole-of-Government procurement policies with an understanding of their role in achieving Government objectives such as Value for Money.

Benefits to you

  • Increased core capabilities linked to your role.
  • Better understanding of how you can prevent corruption in procurement.
  • Increased ability to make sound procurement decisions and achieve Value for Money outcomes.

Course Outline

This course consists of five x 30 minute self-paced online modules.

Module 1: What is procurement?

  • define value for money
  • identify the different considerations for evaluating goods and services
  • define the stages of procurement
  • distinguish between simple and complex procurements based on value and risk.

Module 2: Procurement in the Qld public sector

  • identify how strategic procurement benefits Queensland
  • define principles core to Qld public sector procurement.

Module 3: Legal, administrative and governance frameworks

  • identify the types of frameworks related to Qld Government procurement
  • locate and access relevant legislation, policies and procedures
  • define the intent of relevant legislation, policies and procedures.

Module 4: Preventing corruption in procurement

  • identify probity requirements relating to procurement
  • define what constitutes corruption
  • identify corruption risks that apply to procurement
  • identify your obligations in preventing corruption in procurement.

Module 5: Undertaking simple procurement

  • follow the 3 stage procurement process when undertaking simple procurement
  • comply with basic ordering, receipting and payment processes.

The examples and scenarios used throughout the course relate to low value, low risk procurement activities, although the procurement principles discussed in the modules apply to all procurement activities.

Please note: processes relating to higher value, higher risk procurement activities are covered in other procurement and contract management training. For the full range of procurement and contract management courses offered by IPAA, click here.


Course completion: On completion of this training you will be issued with a Certificate of Completion, which can be downloaded and printed.

Access: From date of registration, you will have access to this training material for 365 days.

For more information about this training, view the Level 1 Procurement Fundamentals Fact Sheet


Terms and Conditions

Cancellations are not allowed for this training.

Privacy Policy

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.

When
1/07/2020 - 30/06/2021
Where
QLD AUSTRALIA
 

Terms and Conditions
Payments

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  • No show – 100% of the fee is payable
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