Postgraduate Diploma in Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Study online or part-time from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Nigeria, South Africa etc…
Supply chain management and logistics is integral to the success of organisations, both in the private and public sector. It is an area of study that targets several key functions that are involved in the acquisition of goods and services. Though they may vary from one market sector to the other, generally, in summary, these functions can involve, strategic procurement, demand planning, physical distribution, logistics and warehouse management. As supply chain governance and best practice strategies become common place in today’s developing and modern enterprises and states, greater expectations are demanded from supply chain professionals intended towards the organisations achieving their objectives.
Supply chain managers therefore, are expected to predict demand challenges and anticipate consumer demand trends often linked to the Forester Effect. They are also expected manage supplier inputs and build collaborative relationships where applicable. In order to achieve this, an in-depth market analysis and understanding of the procurement process must be known. Professionals must also embrace the advancements made in AI which has now afforded supply chains, greater accuracy and efficiency. The purpose of the programme therefore, is to equip professionals with the necessary knowledge to meet these expectations of supply chain stakeholders and the overarching business objectives.
Postgraduate Diploma in Supply Chain Management & Logistics is certified by CIQ, UK a professional awarding body from UK. This PG Qualification helps professionals or senior managers in organizations working in the world of supply chain. Graduates of this program will work with marketing, operations, accounting, finance, and information systems to ensure that products/services are created and delivered, based on a total system view from suppliers to end customers. This course Supply Chain Management & Logistics will up-skill participants and provide them with the necessary expertise to meet the Logistics challenges of the future.
Supply Chain Management Practitioner
Post completion of this program, learners will be awarded by Chartered Management Institute (CMI), a global management awarding body based out of UK. The participants will also be eligible for using the title ‘Supply Chain Management Professional Practitioner”
Post certification, the participants will receive an honorable membership from ‘Chartered Management Institute’ subject to eligibility criterion of CMI , UK and will be included in the alumni portal of Westford.
- Delivery Model
- Onsite / Online
- Course Duration
- 10 Weeks
- Course Certified By
- Course level
- 7 (Postgraduate)
- Conducting A Critical Review Of The Tendering Process
and Procurement Cycle
- Analyse The Supplier Appraisal Process
- Critically Review Various Supply Chain Management Strategies
- Critically Review The Elements Of Logistics Management
- Understand The Importance Of Matching Supply With Demand
- Understand The Impact Technology And Recent Technology Developments On Supply Chain Strategies
It has now been established without any doubt whatsoever that lean supply chains and efficient logistics systems lead directly to increased bottom line profits. Leading edge which successfully gain competitive advantage and which are able to implement immediate cost savings, are those which possess knowledgeable and skillful logistics professionals. Businesses are increasingly looking for improvements in their logistics and supply chain performance. While many students may take this major to enhance their performance potential with an existing employer, others may view this major as an opportunity to become familiar with logistics and supply chain operations.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is management of a network of interconnected businesses involved in the provision of product and service packages required by the end customers in a supply chain. Supply chain management spans all movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption.
our PGD Supply Chain students works with
The “Case Study approach”,
“classroom activities” and “interactive
sessions” throughout the program meant
that It was a truly ‘enriching experience’
Ms. Lakshmi Raman
Registrar | Director Administration
S P Jain School of Global Management