The purpose of the program is to introduce the concepts of international transportation and logistics as they apply to international supply chain management. This incorporates an understanding of the principles of business logistics, supply chain management, and international governmental issues required to source materials or place products at the right location, at the right time, and for the right price.
Candidates studying for this qualification will require to attend 30 guided learning hours, in addition to self-paced studying and readings in order to complete the certification program.
What can you expect?
Understand contemporary international logistics and supply chain management
Appreciate a broader perspective of the importance of network design, the financial impact of logistical decision making, and the relationship development and management needed for effective 3rd party logistics partnerships
Apply technology and information systems to provide the basis for the firm and supply chain-wide integration and cooperation is necessary for successful operations
Obtain familiarity with the logistics and supply chain processes required in moving goods and people across international boundaries
Comprehend the principles of business logistics and supply chain management
Acquire the knowledge necessary to accommodate international governmental issues required to source materials or place products at the right location, at the right time, and for the right price
How is it delivered?
The program is delivered over
2 months, twice a week
The language of instruction is in
The reading materials are in English
All of our programs combine
Theory and Practice
for maximum engagement from participants