International Professional Managers Association (IPMA) Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

International Professional Managers Association (IPMA) Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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Introduction
The importance of logistics is recognized all over the world, and today’s businesses are made up of a complex set of product flows, manufacturing processes and distribution channels, requiring cross-functional understanding as well as sound technical and managerial skills. Hence, there is a need for skilled logistics professionals to meet the challenges facing both manufacturing and services industries.

Objectives
The objective of the programme is to develop the students for the challenging career in any industry with logistics and supply chain functions. You can be employed as a logistics specialist, logistics analyst, supply chain analyst, production planner, distribution manger, distribution planner, transportation manager, logistics manager or supply chain manager.

Brief Description of Modules
1. E-Commerce Management

This module is to provide students with a basic understanding of e-commerce applications and strategies that is useful to logistics organizations.
2. Basic Financial Aspect of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

This subject provides the students with a general overview of the balance sheet and profit and loss statement of the company. It also provides the students an appreciation of some of the financial tools and techniques used by the logistics manager in the management of financial resources.

3. Purchasing Management

This module is to provide the students with an understanding of purchasing principles and practices. It will cover supplier management, purchasing performance measurements, planning and control, negotiation, bidding and international procurement.

4. Principles of Logistics Management

This module aims to give students an understanding of the logistics challenges in meeting customer expectation by deliver the right product, right quantity, right condition at the right time in the right cost.

5. Strategic Warehousing Management

This module aims to give students an understanding of the role and mission of warehouse operations and how to increase the flexibility of warehouse operations through process design, system selection and justification, and layout configuration.

6. Supply Chain Management

This module provides students with the concepts and solution methods that are important for the design, control, operation, and management of supply chain management.

Entry Requirements

  1. ITE’s Certificate in Logistics Operations (CLO) OR
  2. Matured Adults with years of working experiences in the Logistics area OR
  3. Candidates who are at least 16 years of age

Teaching Methods
Classroom Face-to-Face Theory Explanations / Assignments

Assessment Methods
Written Exams / Assignments / Projects / Practical Exams

Course Duration
Part-Time only
15 Months (180 Hours)
3 Hours Per Session | Every Saturday 11am – 2pm

Basic Financial Aspect of Logistics and Supply Chain Management 10 sessions/30 hours 04 March 2017 13 May 2017
Supply Chain Management 10 sessions/30 hours 03 June 2017 05 August 2017
Purchasing Management 10 sessions/30 hours 26 August 2017 4 November 2017
Strategic Warehouse Management 10 sessions/30 hours 25 November 2017 10 February 2018
E-Commerce Management

Principles of Logistics Management

10 sessions/30 hours

10 sessions/30 hours

 

*03 March 2017

*26 Match 2018

* 05 May 2018

*28 July 2018

Registration Fee: $50
Course Fee: $4,200
Examination Fee: $140 Per Module x 6 Modules = $840
Total Course Fees: $5,090
15 Months Installment: $339.30 Per Month

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