Higher Certificate in Supply Chain Management


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On completion of this qualification, graduates will be able to:

  • Apply financial management and accounting principles in a work-based context
  • Utilise technology to communicate effectively
  • Analyse and use financial information for business decision making
  • Identify the critical success factors for starting and managing a small business
  • Design and implement marketing strategies to leverage business opportunities
  • Operate as informed junior accountants and managers

How is it the programme structured?

Semester 1

  • An Overview of Supply Chain Management
  • Management Principles
  • Principles of Economics

Semester 2

  • Supply Issues in Supply Chain Management
  • Operations Issues in Supply Chain Management
  • Distribution Issues in Supply Chain Management

The minimum entrance requirements for admissionto the Higher Certificate in Supply Chain Management programme are as follows:

  • A National Senior Certificate with a Bachelor’s Degree Endorsement admission or a relevant NQF 4 Qualification or Equivalent

 

What is Your Investment?

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Supply chain management seeks to integrate the value chain of organisations (all suppliers and customers) and processes that contribute to ultimate customer value. Supply chain management is a systems approach to managing the entire flow of information, materials, and services from the suppliers’ supplier to the customers’ customer.

What will I gain from this programme?

A student attaining the Higher Certificate in Supply Chain Management will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the supply chain management environment within an organisation.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the influence of performance and risk within a
    supply chain management environment
  • Contribute to the development of a supply chain strategy for an organisation.
  • Contribute to operational plans for supply chain management
  • Implement elements of a supply chain strategy