There are no formal entry requirements, but participants must be in a role which will allow them to complete the programme and have the ability to undertake the exams at the end of each module.
The course will cover 5 areas:
- Contexts of procurement and supply
- Business needs in procurement and supply
- Sourcing in procurement and supply
- Negotiating and contracting in procurement and supply
- Managing contracts and relationships in procurement and supply
Each unit is delivered as a 2-day taught module, followed by a 1-day revision session one month later in readiness for the exam the following month.
We believe that this approach is superior to other methods in the following ways:
The delegates commit to 3 intensive training days rather than endless evenings at night school
The support of a dedicated tutor team
Focus and momentum in the learning
Delegates are guided by the best trainers in the country, of which 2 are CIPS assessors
5 modules in a year ensures rapid progression
Delegates will need to pay a registration fee to CIPS and pay relevant exam and Study Guide fees for each module in addition to the fee quoted.
The cost for the full Diploma – 5 x 3 day modules is £2,495.00
In addition delegates will need to register with CIPS which costs £198, and then each exam has a fee payable to CIPS which costs £84 and a study guide which costs £33.50. Therefore total additional costs of £785.50.
The cost for each module (non-accredited) is £295.00
Full details of the programme can be found at the CIPS website by following the link http://www.cips.org/Documents/Qualifications/UCG_DipProcSupp.pdf
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