The Public Sector Management (PSM) Program is a graduate certificate designed to enrich the leadership of early and mid-level managers in the Commonwealth, State, Territory and Local Government sectors across Australia.

PSM has been offered in Tasmania since 1992 and successful participants receive Graduate Certificate in Business (Public Sector Management) from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and are eligible for credit or advanced standing into further post graduate programs, including QUT’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Master of Business.

The PSM Program is coordinated and delivered in all capital cities by QUT and TTC actively promotes participation in the program in Tasmania.

The 15-month program has 4 units which include 14 workshop days and self-directed online learning to:

  • understand and manage the business of government
  • think systemically in an ambiguous and contestable world
  • be accountable and be held to account
  • become a reflective practitioner
  • manage relationships for customer and business outcomes
  • enable yourself and others for productivity and performance.

Enrolments for the 2019 program are now closed

The 2019 program timetable is available below:

2019 Timetable

Scholarships

Please keep an eye on this page if you are interested in scholarships for the 2020 program.

Follow the QUT web link to read more about the program.  www.qut.edu.au/study/psmp

PSMP Brochure

PSMP 2019 Graduation (2017 Cohort)

PSMP 2019 Graduation photo

Pictured above are 11 of the 13 successful graduands from the 2017 PSMP cohort. They were awarded a Graduate Certificate in Business (Public Sector Management)  from Queensland University of Technology earlier this year.  The event was celebrated at Hobart Town Hall along with family and friends.  Kath Morgan-Wicks, Secretary, Department of Health, also attended and provided an inspiring address.  They were joined by several QUT academic staff to celebrate the graduate's achievements.

Enquiries and registration applications can be found at the QUT website or by contacting Gabrielle Palmer at TTC on phone 6232 7261 or gabrielle.palmer@dpac.tas.gov.au.