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The Institute of Supply Chain Management (IoSCM) was the first international institute representing the interests of the supply chain industry across the world. IoSCM truly encompasses all aspects of supply chain operations including purchasing, manufacturing, logistics and general management.


IoSCM offers a unique approach to qualifications, taking the time to understand the needs and requirements of each learner before tailoring studies to suit their needs.

As an impartial organisation, the Institute promotes best practice and high standards in industry, working to support and assist businesses and professionals through the implementation of bespoke training.


Studies show that 76% of people in training are working towards the wrong qualifications for their needs. As the only provider of highly flexible supply chain qualifications, IoSCM takes into account past work and industry experience, as well as academic qualifications to allow the learner to progress their career.


At IoSCM we provide a market leading distance learning academy where we utilise industry experts to guide our students through the course, support students with their career and development opportunities and give students access to the strongest support package on the distance learning market. Being the only Institute to combine flexible assessment options with the largest unit choices available means that we can constantly focus on helping our students to improve their their careers and opportunities within the supply chain.


IoSCM is the leading global expert in supply chain management with students in 101 countries.

Available from introductory level to advanced level, IoSCM qualifications cater for all learners, from those who are new to the industry and looking to gain a basic overview of supply chain fields, to those who are looking to progress their career to more senior levels.


IoSCM offers a range of membership options with benefits including learner support, free resources and access to the latest industry news.

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