Accurate information, efficient distribution, and effective communication: are essential elements of
any well-run construction project. They keep your project on track, maintain compliance, and minimize
The discipline that manages these elements? It’s document control.
Document Control Essentials (DCE) –Global – has been created to support the practice and profession of
document control. DCE provides the first qualification and professional development opportunity for
those in the role of document control in the construction and engineering industries, in major markets
around the world. Course content is designed for document controllers, document managers, project
managers, site secretaries, and others who have document control as a core responsibility. Participants and
employers will both benefit.
1- Increased effectiveness and efficiency in document control.
2- Adoption of proven processes, tools and techniques to better control risk.
3- Industry networking and career development.
4- Certificate IV qualification accredited by the Australian Department of Education (recognized
internationally wherever Australian qualifications are accepted).
1-Days of classroom training.
2-A hands-on approach that gives immediate value.
3-Group activities that foster ideas-exchange and networking with peers.
The course has been developed, and is run, by industry professionals. Global is responsible for the
delivery of the courses and Aegis Aspire issues the qualification for the accredited course, 30940QLD
Certificate IV in Document Control in a Project Environment. Global also conducts non-accredited
training programs in Document Control. Certificates of completion for these non-accredited programs
will be issued by Global.
Each unit of competency can be assessed individually, though students need to demonstrate competency
across all core units of competency to gain their Cert IV qualification. Recognition of Prior Learning
(RPL) kits and Credit Transfers (CT) are available. Effective application and demonstrated learning in
real and simulated scenarios will be required.
Assessment activities include:
1- Classroom participation in group activities
2- Individual exercises and worksheets
3- Out-of-class assignments and workplace projects (including a project case study).
All activities take place within a rigorous competency framework developed and assessed by professional
trainers and industry experts.
Successful participants will be issued a certificate including a Statement detailing the units of competency
GIPMD (Global Institute Projects Management & Development) certificate will be
issued on successful completion of the course