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Planning supply chain advantage

This module introduces you to planning for supply chain advantage and considers both competitive advantage and cost advantage.


The main approaches to achieving timely deliveries of products and services

This module examines the factors required to achieve timely deliveries of products and services. The first topic leads you through expediting and problem-solving processes and communication techniques, while the second focuses on forecasting approaches.


Implementation planning

This module introduces you to the process for developing an implementation plan for strategic sourcing and/or category management. It includes the benefits of using a plan, a comparison of the different routes to market, decision criteria and obtaining stakeholder buy-in to the strategy.


Level 3 Supply Chain and Operations

The Level 3 supply chain management qualification is designed for students who aim to move into a supervisory management role within the supply chain management field. The supply chain course allows students to develop management skills as well as develop knowledge in specific areas of a supply chain to support career development for professionals and efficiency in operations for organisations.

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The main stakeholders in procurement and supply

This module examines the main internal and external stakeholders in the Procurement and supply function, and how you can identify them.


The principles of transportation in logistics

This module introduces you to the principles of transportation in logistics and considers the implications on procurement and supply.


The main types of systems for supplier selection, ordering and payment

The main types of systems for supplier selection, ordering and payment.


Inventory Analysis- Segmentation and Variability

Inventory exists because the lead time to provide products to customers is longer than many customers are willing to wait. Inventory can be expensive; therefore, an organization must determine the correct levels to maintain. There are several approaches to balance this challenge. With dynamic business environments, ongoing demand changes can create problems. In this ISM supply management course, you will use forecasting and planning tools that comprehend such variables and ensure the needs of the customer, business and suppliers are met.




Formation of contracts

This module looks at the fundamentals of contracting and the effect of EU legislation on contracts.


Supplier Involvement for Value Solutions

Top companies continue to focus on supplier innovation to improve bottom-line results and grow revenue. It is important to create an environment of trust and collaboration to engage suppliers. In this course, you will learn how to apply best practices to improve supplier relationships.


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