Course Overview

On comple1on of this unit, candidates will understand a range of external factors that can impact on procurement and supply opera1ons. This unit focuses on the wider environment that impacts on  pprocurement and supply in a range of different types of organisations, the public, private and not for profit
or third sector can all be involved in fulfilling organisa1onal needs.

TETA & CIPS | Cert: SC Man(NQF5) AND Adv Cert Proc Supply(Level 3) | Facilitated

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  • WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

    Aims and Objectives

    This proposal for NQF 5 Supply Chain Learnership has been designed to give a student an certification that is acknowledged and certified by 2 institutions.

     

    Not only is this a very unique value proposition in terms of employers and students that gets an South African accredited NQF aligned certification but also an International acknowledged certification by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS).

     

    An added benefit of this offering is that the Return on Investment of this training investment is double what you can get in the market.

     

    In addition, the rebates and levies for Skills Development is applicable and companies will benefit from reimbursement levies and rebates that will fund the training.

     

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  • COURSE OPTIONS

    Public Classes | In-house customised sessions | Self Study

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  • WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    The contents of some of the unit standards are such that learners will be required to demonstrate competence through the practical application of a variety of techniques in a real or simulated work environment. 

    Learning assumed to be in place: 

    • Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4.
    • Communication at NQF Level 4.
    • Computer Literacy and the ability to use databases and spreadsheets at NQF Level 3. 
  • COURSE OUTLINE

    LEARNING OUTCOMES

    1. Procurement and supply environments

    On completion of this unit, candidates will understand a range of external factors that can impact on procurement and supply operations. This unit focuses on the wider environment that impacts on procurement and supply in a range of different types of organisatons, the public, private and not for profit or third sector can all be involved in fulfilling organisa1onal needs.

     

    2. Procurement and supply operations

    On completion of this unit, candidates will understand a range of external factors that can impact on procurement and supply operations. This unit focuses on the wider environment that impacts on procurement and supply in a range of different types of organisations, the public, private and not for profit or third sector can all be involved in fulfilling organisational needs.

     

    3. Procurement and supply workflow

    On completon of this unit, candidates will be able to interpret a range of data to help develop effective administra1on processes required when dealing with external organisations. This unit identifies the typical work flows that procurement and supply personnel can be involved in working on. 

     

    4. Inventory and logistics operations

    On completion of this unit, candidates will be able to select appropriate
    techniques to ensure the right inventory can be purchased or supplied.
    This unit focuses on the techniques that can be applied to achieve the
    availability of inventories through the flow of materials and information.

     

    5. Procurement and supply relationships

    On completion of this unit, candidates will be able to explain a range of
    main principles and techniques that help develop customer and supplier relationships. It is essential for procurement and supply personnel to form effective relationships with suppliers, internal and external customers and
    other stakeholders. This unit introduces the principles of marketing, the importance of cross functoonal working and the need to communicate effectively both within the organisation and with people  from external organisations.

  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    The contents of some of the unit standards are such that learners will be required to demonstrate competence through the practical application of a variety of techniques in a real or simulated work environment. 

    Learning assumed to be in place: 

    • Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4.
    • Communication at NQF Level 4.
    • Computer Literacy and the ability to use databases and spreadsheets at NQF Level 3. 
  • CERTIFICATION

    TETA: Certificate: Supply Chain Managment (NQF 5 | 74149)

    AND

    CIPS: Advanced Certificate: Procurement and Supply Operations (Level 3)

     

     

  • ASSESSMENT METHOD

    The program consists of a number of assessment tools. These include homework and class assignments for each session, a fist assessment (mid-term assessment) based on the content of the course outcomes, and a final examination assessment.

  • DURATION & DELIVERY

    • FACILITATED:
      • 19 days facilitated sessions | Full days during week | 08:00 - 15:00
      • Exam content manual and online resources with practice tests
    • SELF STUDY:
      • Exam content manual and online resources with practice tests
  • OTHER COURSES YOU MAY BE INTERESTED

    APICS CPIM - Certified Production Inventory Management

    end2end Academy - Strategic Supply Chain Management

     

  • DATE AND VENUE

    LEARNERSHIP CLASS DATES

     

    Johannesburg:

    1. Orientation | 21 April 2017

    2. Procurement and supply environments | 12,12 May and 8,9 June 2017

    3. Procurement and supply operations | 6,7 July and 3,4 August 2017

    4. Procurement and supply workflow | 23, 24 August and 20,21 September 2017

    5. Inventory and logistics operation | 18,19 October and 15,16 November 2017

    6. Procurment and supply operations & relationships | 21,22 February and 19,20 March 2018

    6. Revision and remediation | TBA

    7. CIPS Exam dates per module | TBA

     

    Durban, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth:

    Available on request info@end2endsc.co.za

     

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