The aim of this course is to develop learners’ understanding of supply chain and operations management, including its scope, impact and importance as well as the strategic decisions that need to be made in today’s world of global supply and global markets, taking into account the major competitive drivers.
The course discusses supply chain and operations management practices and approaches in a range of contexts.
The course is delivered 100% online via our eLearning site. Your Student login details will be provided once your enrolment is complete.
Once you have applied and paid for the course, you will receive a welcome email with a link to your learning platform and your student login details so you can start your learning.
Once you have completed your course, your certificate will be sent to your registered email for you to download and/or print.
The content of this course is on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is universally recognized for Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
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Get an in-depth knowledge about planning processes across all key aspects of supply chain management.
Develop an understanding of the concepts and models of effective supply chain and operations management in competitive marketplaces using case studies and real-world industry scenarios.
Understand the core concepts of procurement along with the importance of identifying and managing risks related to procurement and contract management
Get a thorough understanding of procurement and supply management from a strategic, technological, process and relationship perspective.
Learners get a thorough understanding of key theoretical and operational aspects of managing logistics, specifically transportation, storage/warehousing and packaging.
Develop an understanding of supply chain and operations management, including its scope, impact and importance