This Logistics and Supply Chain Management course is an excellent introduction to the latest concepts of supply chain management in Ireland.
If you are in the early stages of your career looking to enhance you knowledge and skills and move to the next level, then this logistics and supply chain management course is ideal. Doing a part time supply chain management course online from Dublin or anywhere in Ireland is one of the best decisions you can make.
On this logistics and supply chain management course online, you will learn about key theoretical and operational aspects of managing logistics, specifically transportation, storage/warehousing and packaging. You will learn about business competitiveness and operational efficiency on this warehouse management course.
Doing this logistics and supply chain management course will help you understand supply chain management planning models and approaches used in contemporary business operations.
The role of procurement and sourcing options, including negotiation and contractual issues encountered with suppliers is included on this part time supply chain management course.
The importance of sustainability and the business drivers and barriers to supply chain management is well covered on this diploma in logistics and supply chain management.
Most importantly, ways to create and maintain good supply partners, is examined on this logistics and supply chain online course.
Key topics on the supply chain course:
This part-time diploma in logistics and supply chain management equips you to embark on further study towards the level 7 diploma in logistics and supply chain management.
There is a big demand for CMI graduates who are qualified and have minimal experience in logistics and supply chain. This demand has increased exponentially in recent years, due to the growth in the online supply chain management marketplace.
Our graduates are in high demand across several industries and sectors, but particularly, Warehousing and transport and Logistics operations jobs abound in high export areas from Ireland such as; pharmaceutical manufacturers, organic chemicals products, medical supply and electrical equipment and machinery.
Over 88% of successful graduates acquire new opportunities as, Logistics Managers, Supply chain executives, Supply chain managers, Supply Chain /Logistics Coordinator, Supply Chain Planner, Supply chain specialist, Logistics and distribution managers, Logistics Service operators working for employers such as Amazon where focus on delivery and excellent customer service is essential
This qualification is offered by live online classes, over 3 months part time.