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 organisaTonal needs.

TETA | Procurement and Supply Environments (NQF5, 20 Credits) - Facilitated

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  • WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

    • Assess and apply the key issues critical for compliance with corporate governance principles. 
    • Assess how the social responsibility function contributes to the application of corporate governance principles. 
    • The role of procurement is assessed to determine its requirements for compliance with corporate governance principles. 
    • Ethics and ethical procurement is evaluated in terms of its importance for compliance with corporate governance. 
    • The need for and content of an ethical code of conduct in procurement is analysed to determine their impact on organisational operations. 

     

    • Assess key procurement concepts to determine their impact on corporate governance and social responsibility. 
    • Key procurement concepts include but are not limited to BEE, Green Procurement, Ethics, Safety and Health. 
    • An assessment is conducted of the areas in which procurement can be used as a tool for BEE.
    • The impact of procurement on corporate governance is evaluated to reflect its role in the protection of the environment. 
    • The key issues in ethical procurement are identified and analysed to determine their impact on corporate governance. 
    • The impact of procurement on corporate governance is analysed to reflect its role in assuring the safety of workers and customer. 
    • Procurement processes are assessed to determine how they could influence socially responsible practices amongst suppliers. 
    • Socially responsible practices include but are not limited to AIDS awareness, BEE.
    • Compliance with social responsibility requirements are analysed to reflect their potential economic impact. 

     Analysis includes but is not limited to identifying and keeping track of the cost of BEE and social responsibility in procurement.

    • Evaluate the legislative environment influencing corporate governance and social responsibility. 
    • The legal principles involved in purchasing are analysed to determine how they impact on corporate governance and social responsibility. 
    •  The fundamental issues in the Law of Contract are identified and evaluated to reflect their influences on corporate governance and social responsibility. 
    • The most important conditions to be contained in a purchasing contract are identified and evaluated to determine their impact on contracting processes. 
    •  The content and implications of laws aimed at environmental protection are analysed to reflect their influence purchasing decisions. 
    • The process, policies and strategies of organizations are evaluated to determine their influence on BEE in procurement.
    • The critical elements are identified and analysed to determine their impact on the process of implementing a BEE programme in procurement. 
    •  The organisation's policy on BEE procurement is analysed to determine how it influence other purchasing policies and strategies. 

     

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  • COURSE OPTIONS

    Public Classes | In-house customised sessions| Facilitated.

  • BOOK YOUR SEAT

     email us on info@end2endsc.co.za

  • 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. SAQA - TETA US 336707 | Demonstrate an understanding of the key issues important for compliance with corporate governance principles and social responsibility (NQF 5/ Credits 6)

    2. SAQA - TETA US 335800 | Apply professional values and ethics in the operational environment   (NQF 5 / Credits 4)
    3.  SAQA - TETA US 336710  |  Develop and implement supply chain performance management systems ( NQF 5 / Credits 10)
     

  • 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: TETA | Procurement and Supply Environments (NQF5, 20 Credits)

     

     

     

  • 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:
      • 4 days facilitated sessions | Full days during week | 08:00 - 15:00
      • Learning Material, Simulation, Coaching, Feedback and Exam fee.
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  • DATE AND VENUE

     

     

     

     

    Johannesburg,Durban, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth:

    Available on request info@end2endsc.co.za

     

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