Courses & Units

Project Closure and Review ZAE207


In this unit, you will finalise your industry project enabling you to apply a range of project management, commissioning and evaluation skills as we delivery the product to our client. The project review and evaluation of the project’s performance includes intended project outcomes and any variances against budget, scope (including specifications) and schedule. Students will engage in project documentation including schedules, budgets, risk registers, status reporting and quality control. The findings will be presented to stakeholders from industry and UC. Included in the presentation will be a reflective component outlining lessons learnt from a personal and professional perspective.


Unit name Project Closure and Review
Unit code ZAE207
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School University College
Discipline Equipment Design


Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No


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Learning Outcomes

1. Apply data gathering and analysis skills to evaluate the Industry Project

2. Analyse, interpret and present data for decision making in relation to project success

3. Identify and apply project closure processes and hand-over requirements

4. Apply manufacturing and engineering skills and knowledge in a workplace context



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1. Self-evaluation and Professional Development Plan (40%)

2. Project report (30%)

3. Project Presentation and Reflection (30%)

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