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Level 5 – Supply Chain and Operations Management

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The Level 5 Supply Chain Management qualification is designed for students looking to progress to a senior management role within the supply chain management sector. The supply chain online course allows students to develop management skills as well as develop knowledge in specific areas of supply chain to support career development for professionals and efficiency in operations for organisations.

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Course Introduction

Guarantee success in your industry with IoSCM. We offer every student much more than just a qualification; we provide the opportunity to grow, learn and progress as a professional with our unrivalled support network.

As with most supply chain sectors, the roles and responsibilities of those in a Supply Chain Management and Operations position can be varied. IoSCM’s Supply Chain Academy enables those in industry to develop their skills through bespoke distance learning courses.

You can custom build the IoSCM Level 5 supply chain qualification in order to meet your career ambitions, current job specification or objective of your employer.

This qualification is industry recognised across the globe. The IoSCM level 5 supply chain course was designed and developed by industry experts to provide first class study materials that meet National Occupational Standards (NOS). It also guarantees that we’re the best qualifications on the market.

The NOS framework specifies the UK standards of performance that people are expected to achieve in their work, and the knowledge and skills they need to perform effectively which are approved by UK government regulators.

Essentially, meeting the NOS framework means that with IoSCM you will learn exactly what is required in order to be successful in your job role and become a more valued asset than someone completing a more academic based programme.

WHAT WILL I RECEIVE?

Through completion of this IoSCM Level 5 qualification, you’ll receive an internationally recognised certification from IoSCM in Supply Chain and Operations.

As well as this, you’ll be awarded an industry recognised qualification, Level 5 in Supply Chain and Operations from SFEDI Awards, who are the Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation.

Ofqual is the government organisation that regulates qualifications and the organisations which offer them, maintaining standards and therefore confidence in education across England.

Because we’re Ofqual regulated you can be assured that every single qualification we produce is of high-quality, valid and fit for purpose.

WHAT IS THIS QUALIFICATION EQUIVALENT TO?

The IoSCM Level 5 in Supply Chain Management and Operations is of the same level as an NVQ or BTEC Level 4 and a HND qualification but studied in your own time, at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home.

The Level 5 is recognised and much sought after by employers and businesses. It gives you realistic, industry-specific knowledge and skills that is entirely tailored to you and the sector, giving you the best chance of gaining employment in the supply chain sector.

You can study around your current commitments and still save time and money in comparison to a full time or classroom based course. If you’d like to find out how an IoSCM Level 5 qualification in Supply Chain can be significantly more beneficial to your career, give our expert Course Advisors a call today on 0800 1422 522.

Course Information

If you have any questions regarding this course, you’ll probably find the answer here. Alternatively, you can give our expert team of Course Advisors a call on 0800 1422 522.

The IoSCM Level 5 Supply Chain qualification was designed for those who already have experience in the supply chain industry but you don’t need any prior qualifications.

If you’d like to develop key knowledge in the supply chain management and supply chain operations industry at a supervisory management level, then this is the right course for you.

Regardless of your ability, current level of education or the way you prefer to learn, we can custom-build a qualification to suit you.

We have a range of study methods available including NVQ style assessment, traditional academic routes and distance learning courses to ensure you’re study in the way that give you the best possible to chance to pass.

  • Do you currently work in the manufacturing industry? Ask us about our Work Based route.
  • Do you have previous experience of working in the industry? Ask us about our Experience route.
  • Do you have an academic background? Ask us about our Research and Reference route.
  • Are you completely new to the industry? Ask us about our Online Study route.

For further information on how our study methods can help you pass first time, it’s a good idea to speak to our team of highly-trained Course Advisors.

They can explain each method clearly and simply, helping you identify which study route would be best suited to you.

Call us now for a free, no obligation, consultation on 0800 1422 522.

The Level 5 IoSCM Supply Chain Management qualification is designed for those who are looking to progress their career into a senior management role within the supply chain management field, the Level 5 Supply Chain Management qualification from IoSCM is perfect for you and your career.

During this course you’ll study effective management and control of the supply chain. Your units will explore the Strategic and Operational Planning within the industry and how certain decisions and plans will impact the organisation. You will also discuss the evolution of technology and it’s effect on the industry and supply chain as a business.

What you study can be determined by the units you choose to study. You can view the full list of core and optional units in the next tab.

WITH IoSCM’S EASY TO USE, ACCESSIBLE ONLINE PLATFORM

You’ll gain access to a customised learning platform in which you can take mock tests, utilise a huge library of resources and interact with other students across the globe.

As well as unlimited first class materials, there are self-assessments available online show the results immediately to give you direction on what you’re doing well and what you might need to take another look at.

You can take and retake the practise self-tests as many times as you like. By doing this, we’re  increasing your confidence in your ability to succeed and therefore, also ensuring you pass first time.

AND MULTIPLE, FLEXIBLE STUDY METHODS

Because IoSCM qualifications can be studied entirely online, you can study in your own time and in the comfort of your own home.

You can revisit materials and resources as often as required, simply log in to your personal learning platform. We do however, offer free monthly face to face or online workshops for you to attend if necessary.

We understand that every individual is different, so we encourage you to learn at your own pace and in a way that suits you.

As well as the extensive support available on our online learning platforms from your peers and other students, upon enrolment you’ll be assigned a Student Support Liaison. Your dedicated point of contact will handle all enquiries or issues throughout your studies and acting as your personal mentor.

You’ll also have unlimited support, guidance and feedback from our team of industry expert tutors, who you can read more about here. 

Units

You will gain skills in specific areas of the supply chain depending on the units you choose to study.

The flexibility of our unit selection means you can customise your qualification so it is entirely tailored to you. Choose units that will benefit your current role or those that will give you the skills required to take your career to the next level.

Our qualifications are available as three different sizes, depending on how many units you choose and therefore, how long it will spend studying.

  • Award: Consists of one core unit and  is the shortest available qualification.
  • Certificate: Complete one core unit and two additional optional units, providing you with solid knowledge.
  • Diploma: More in-depth and comprehensive, you’ll study one core unit and also choose three optional units.
  • Extended Diploma:To gain the extended diploma you must complete one core unit and an additional five optional units

CORE UNITS

 

  • Warehouse Policies: Benefits of warehousing, Types of warehouses, Warehouse policies and procedures, Warehouse exit strategy – in house, Warehouse exit strategy – outsourcing
  • Requirements: Warehouse activity, Storage system design, Warehouse layout, Product layout, Material flows, Resource planning, Material handling, Warehouse personnel
  • Inventory Strategy: Integrated supply chain, Supply chain management, Supply chain measurement, Performance evaluation, Quality management, Supply chain performance measures, Supply chain strategy, Product life cycle, Service levels, Transportation, Inventory and planning control
  • Legislation: Health and safety legislation, Prevention, Risk assessment, Manual Handling Regulations, Licencing and permits, Training, Insurance
  • Technology Advances: Warehouse Management System, Materials Requirement Planning, Manufacturing Resource Planning, Information Communications Technology, Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems, Conveyor systems, Barcode technology, Radio Frequency Identification Technology, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS), Key performance indicators, Inventory reduction
  • Financial systems: Budgeting, Performance measurement, Warehouse costs, Activity based costing (ABC), Payback period, Rate of return, Performance indicators, Balanced scorecard
  • Nature and Purpose of Transport Planning: Demand for goods movement, Demand for travel, Types of transport, Journey planning and modal choices, Access and mobility requirements
  • Land Use: Land density, Transport infrastructure, Brown field developments
  • Sustainability: Planning strategy and process, Environmental issues in transport provision, Sustainability, The role of central Government, Four stage transport plan
  • Transport Demand: Demand for movement, Demand for travel, Demand drivers, Warehousing, Hazardous goods, Forecasting demand, Future of transport planning
  • Movement of Freight: Freight operations, Environmentally sustainable transport, Conventional and emerging issues in transport
  • Effective Management and Control: Supply chain management, Supply chain risks and strengths, Strategic factors, Provide competitive advantage, Operations management
  • Physical and Information Flows: Product and information flows, Supply chain objectives, Supply chain integration and harmonisation
  • Why Supply Chain May Not Function Correctly:  Barriers and risk, Forecast methods, Supply chain drivers, Strategic fit, Benchmarking
  • Strategic and Operational Planning: Supply chain planning decisions, Operations strategy, Supply chain improvement models, ISO 9000, Agility, The seven wastes
  • Impact of Technology: Technological advances in supply chain, Data processing systems, Improvements towards agility, Information systems infrastructure, Communication
  • The Concept of Quality Management: What is Quality, The concept of Quality Management in a business, The importance of quality within an organisation, The theories of Quality Management, Quality Management Tools and Techniques
  • Embedding Quality Management: Teamwork in Quality Management, Training and development in Quality Management, Embedding quality management into the culture of an organisation, Promoting continuous quality improvement within an organisation’s culture
  • Systems that Support Quality Management: Monitoring Quality Management, Controlling Quality Management, Evaluate quality standards that support Quality Management
  • Key Roles of Management: Purchasing management, Purchasing cycle, Market analysis, Porters Five Forces, Stakeholder analysis
  • Impact of Legislation: Breach of contract, Consumer law
  • Working Relationships with Suppliers: Supplier risk management, Supplier appraisal, Risks and barriers in supplier relationships, Supplier Relationship Spectrum
  • Effective Negotiating Skills: Tools and techniques for effective negotiating, Supplier management
  • Production Planning: Sales and operations planning; Demand management programme; Master production schedule; Materials requirement planning; Production control; Settlement; Materials management; Profitability and productivity; Production in the supply chain; Customer service
  • Production Planning, Sales Planning and Forecasting: Budgeting methods; Predicting demand; Demand management
  • Master Scheduling Terminology: Master production schedule; Capacity planning; Materials requirement planning; Rough cut capacity planning; Production control
  • Development of Manufacturing and Control Systems: Planning principles; Production planning systems
  • Improve Planning Performance: Benchmarking; Quality; Total quality management; Planning performance objectives; Production planning and control; Performance measures; Lean manufacturing
  • Shipping and International Trade: Ships and the shipping system, Tramp & liner service markets, International trade patterns, International maritime passages
  • Business Strategy in Shipping: Corporate strategy for shipping, Financial strategy for shipping, Costs, Bargaining power of buyers and suppliers, International shipping law, Regulation and finance, Maritime laws
  • Port Operations Management: Terminals, Physical flows in a port, Product and information flow, Terminal performance indicators, Productivity, utilisation and service measures
  • Agile Ports: Characteristics of an agile port, Lean logistics
  • Port Development: Containerisation, concentration, collaboration and competition, Emerging trends
  • Operations Management: Inputs and outputs, Volume, variety, variation and visibility, Managing operations and operations functions, Performance objectives, Planning and control, Macroeconomic factors, Implementation of business strategy, Judging performance against competitors, The operation’s contribution
  • Operations Processing: Operations management four generic processes, Process mapping, Materials requirement planning (MRP), Supply and demand, Supply network, Outsourcing, Process technologies
  • Relationship between Operations Management and Strategic Planning: Strategic decisions, The balanced scorecard, Operations strategy, Quality, Speed, Dependability, Flexibility & Cost, Performance measurement systems
  • Operations Improvement Techniques: Cost leadership strategy, Focus strategy, Value chain, Performance measurements, Performance standards, Benchmarking, Lean manufacturing, Agile manufacturing, Total quality management, PESTLE analysis, Business excellence models
  • Organisational Challenges: Globalisation, Social responsibility, Environmental responsibility, Technology
  • Principles and Practices in relation to the Movement of Goods: Definition of the movement of goods, What is Logistics, Modes of Transport used to move goods (Air, Road, Rail, Sea)
  • The Characteristics of Goods and the Impact on their Handling: Types and characteristics of Goods, Handling of different types of goods, Safety and Security measures relating to the different types of goods, Unitisation of goods
  • Considerations that Influence the Flow of Goods: Supply and Demand, Variations in Demand for goods, Load planning, Resource planning, Modal planning and Scheduling, The use of Third Party Logistics (3PL)
  • Logistics Services: Military Logistics, Procurement Logistics, Distribution Logistics, Aftersales Logistics, Disposal Logistics, Reverse Logistics, Green Logistics, Global Logistics, RAM Logistics, Asset Control, POS Material Logistics, Emergency Logistics
  • Aim of Logistics: Inbound Logistics, Operations, Outbound Logistics, Marketing & Sales, Service, Comprehensive Organising, Human Resource Management, Strategic Alliance, Financial Performance, Target Optimisation of Service Levels, Manage the details, Leverage logistics volumes, Measure and react to performance, Storage, Warehousing and Materials, Unit Load, Packaging & Handling Systems, Inventory, Forecasting
  • Transport: Rail, Sea, Road, Air
  • Policies and Influence: The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, isk Assessments – The 5 Steps, Equal Opportunities Act 2010, Confidentiality Agreements, Data Protection Act 1988, Environmental Policy, Workplace Security, Insurance, Pestel
  • Organisational Requirements: Inbound Logistic Capabilities, Continuous Flow, World Class Suppliers, Tracking of Shipments, Transportation Networks, Inventory Management, Automated Materials Handling (AMH), Outbound Logistic Capabilities, Customer Driven, Regional Distribution Centres, Value Added Services, Shipment Tracking, Outbound Logistic Capabilities, Customer Driven
  • Tools: SWOT Analysis, Key Performance Indicators, Pareto Chart, Scatter Diagram, Stratification, The Shewhart Cycle, Risk Assessment & Management, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
  • Purpose of Inventory Management: Inventory, Inventory management, Competitive advantage
  • Fixed Period and Fixed Quantity Models: Plan inventory requirements, Forecasting, Qualitative & quantitative techniques, Fixed order or continuous review system, Order quantity models, Economic Ordering Quantity
  • Effect of Inventory Management on Supply Chain: A-B-C approach, Economic Ordering Quantity model, Fixed order or continuous review system, Quantity discount model, Continuous inventory systems, Periodic inventory systems, Quantitative and qualitative forecasting
  • Modern Inventory Systems: Inventory control systems, Contemporary logistics strategies, Performance indicators, Increase operational efficiency, Increase customer service satisfaction
  • Minimising Stock Level: Inventory allocation, Material requirements planning, Distribution requirements planning, Single period / multi period inventory systems

OPTIONAL UNITS 

  • Role of Road Transport: Types of road transport; Movement of freight; The environment; Sustainability
  • Setting Standards and Performance Measurements: Performance management; Design vehicles; Visibility; Transport planning; Quantitative research; Planning freight movements; Selecting the mode; The planning decision; Contingency planning; Risk management; Basic planned maintenance
  • Scheduling, Quality and Security: Level of service; Security measures
  • Route Planning: Journey planning; Distribution planning; Modes of transport; Distribution channels; Role of the Government; Packaging
  • Role of Management: Performance management; Personal and professional skills; Leadership styles and qualities; Motivation
  • Effective Communication Skills: Communication methods; Communication styles; Decision making
  • Risk Management Roles and Responsibilities: The meaning of Risk, What is Risk Management, What does Risk Management mean to an organisation, Risk Management Roles and Responsibilities, Risk Management Methods
  • Risk Assessment Process and the Management of Risk: Risk Management Criteria, Risk Management Assessments, Components of the Risk Management process, Assessing High Risk Business areas
  • Risk Management Strategy: Risk factors in Business, Elimination, Mitigation, deflection and acceptance of Risk, Risk Management Strategy, Communicating Risk Management Strategy in Business
  • Management Information System (MIS): Principles of management; Interpersonal, informational & decisional roles; Information management; Management information systems; Types of information; Functions of management information systems; Quality of information; Decision making
  • Role of a Management Information System: Application of management information systems; Systems development; Advantages of MIS; Risk; Disadvantages of MIS; Competitive advantage
  • MIS and Business Strategy: Business strategy; Monitoring business strategy
  • MIS and Organisation Change: Types of information; Types of reports; Change management; Operational excellence
  • Leadership and Management: Differences between leadership & management; Personal and professional skills required; Leadership / management theories; Skills development
  • Decision Making: Gathering information; Management information systems; “What if” simulations
  • Managing and Implementing Change: Types of change; Methods to implement change; Planning
  • Risk Management Processes: Principles of risk management; Planning; Ways to reduce risk; Documentation
  • Project Management: Approaches to project management; Processes; Risk management
  • The Meaning and Importance of Human Resource Management (HRM): What is Human Resource Management (HRM); The importance of HRM to Organisations; The role and objectives of HRM; HRM’s role in dealing with: Complaints, Discipline, Grievances
  • The Meaning and the Role of Human Resource Planning (HRP) in Organisations:What is Human Resource Planning (HRP); The role and objectives of HRP; The process of HRP in business; The different types of HR plans
  • The Meaning of Human Resource Development (HRD): What is meant by Human Resource Development (HRD); The role of Continuing Professional Development (CPD); Human Resource Development (HRD) models; Established learning theories
  • The Recruitment and Selection Process: The process of recruitment and selection; The types of formal contractual arrangements between employers and employees; Equality and diversity within the recruitment and selection process;
  • Costing Information: Costing information from various sources; Purpose and Structure of financial reporting systems; External environment related costs; Income and Expenditure within different business departments; Cost, Profit and Investment Centres; Material, Labour and Expenses; Fixed, Variable, Semi-variable and Stepped costs ; Income and Expenditure Reconciliation; Inter-departmental Transactions
  • Standard Costing and Performance: Standard Costing Inputs and Outputs; Standard, Marginal and Absorption costing; Calculating Variances; Comparing Costs
  • Techniques Used to Measure Performance and Manage Costs: How to monitor financial performance; Key Business Indicators; Calculate performance indicators; Cost Management Techniques; Capital Investment projects
  • Estimation Techniques: Analyse and Compare trends; Interpret results; Financial Reports; Exception Reports; Performance Reports
  • Managing Customer Relationships: Customer relationship management; Methods used; Customer service strategy; Customer service levels; Best practice
  • Customer Focused Culture: Customer care; Improving service delivery; Culture change
  • Customer Satisfaction: Return on investment; Assessing customer satisfaction; Customer care charter
  • Managing Customer Complaints: Current practices; Customer loyalty; Complaints policies and procedures
  • Range of Business: Types and Purpose of Business, Trader/Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Corporation, Not for profit Company, Structure of Management
  • Business Functions and Departments: Research and Development, Production, Service Delivery, Business Finance, Human Resource, Sales, Public Relations, Information Tech Support, Quality Support, Logistics, Purchasing, Brand management, Advertising, Customer Service, Organisational charts, Organisational Roles and Responsibilities, Business Planning
  • Quality Management Systems: Quality Assurance, Performance management, SWOT Analysis
  • Communication: Business communication, Communication flows between functions, Techniques of Communication, Corporate communication, Electronic and Non-electronic Communication Methods
  • Principles of Sea Freight Management: Sea Freight Demand Characteristics, The Role of a Freight Forwarder, The Role of Ship Owners, Factors that Influence the Supply of Shipping
  • Legislation and Regulations: Sea Freight Regulations, Ship Registration and Classification Regulations, Contracts, Business Ethics, Maritime Insurance
  • The Role of Shipping Freight Operations: Types of Sea Freight, Scheduling and Routing, Crewing Agencies
  • Different Financial Strategies: Price and Demand, Hedging Techniques, Voyage Estimates and Breakeven Analysis
  • Principles of Project Management: Understanding the Principles, Purpose of Project Management, Key Principles and Procedures
  • How to Identify and Justify a Management Project: Identify a Management Area for Investigation, Aim, Objectives and Scope of a Project, Expected Outcomes of a Project
  • Conducting Research and Analyse Data: Determine Sources of Data, Analyse Data, Recommend a Course of Action, Impact of Project Recommendations
  • Monitor, Review and Evaluate: Methods to Assess Performance, Medium for Disclosing Results, Evaluate Effectiveness and Outcome of a Completed Project
  • Rules and Regulations of International Trade Management: Impact of Rules and Regulations
  • Key Features of a Successful Global Strategy: International Supply Strategies and Structures, Strategies for Corporate Management
  • Importance of International Financial Strategies and Risk Associated: Risk of Multi-currency Trading, Sources of Trade Finance, Multi-currency Transactions, Strategies for Financial Risk Management
  • Different Types of Contracts: Contract Management Procedure, Legal and Regulatory Requirements, Building Relationships with Contractors
  • Monitor and Evaluate the Performance of Contractors: Procedures for Communicating, Procedures for Performance Monitoring, Legal and Regulatory Requirements for Compliance, Evaluation of Contractors
  • Air Freight Forwarding Operations: Documentation in Association with Air Freight, Conditions of Contract, Air Way Bill, Use of Aircraft Unit Load Devices, Air Cargo Claims Procedures, Warsaw Convention and Hague Amendment
  • Sea Freight Forwarding Operations: Discipline of Sea Freight, Operational Effectiveness and Competitive Strategy
  • Concept of an Agile Port: Characteristics of Agile Port, Implementation Model
  • Discipline or Multimodal Transport: Facilities of a Multimodal Terminal, Processes
  • Purpose of MST: Principles of MST, How MST Can Contribute to Competitive Advantage
  • Scope of MST: Application of MST in an Organisation, Advantages of MST, Development Potential of MST
  • Monitoring and Controlling MST: Importance of Monitoring, Methods for Monitoring and Controlling, Advantages of Effective Monitoring
  • Factors that Influence Environmental Issues: Policies within an Organisation, Advantages of Policies, Impact of KPIs
  • Importance of Infrastructure and Equipment: Infrastructural and Equipment Requirements, Importance of Requirements
  • Monitoring and Controlling the Impact of Manufacturing on the Environment: Importance of Monitoring, Best Techniques to Monitor, Benefits of Effective Operational Performance
  • Drivers and Decision Makers of Central and Local Government: Identify Drivers and Decision Makers, Impact of Public Sector Procurement, Procurement Used for Political Purposes
  • Measures for Protecting Against Fraud: Nature of Procurement Fraud, Key Risks, Methods to Mitigate Risk, Investigative Framework
  • Financial Accountability for Procurement Policy and Practice: Purpose of Procurement Policy Manual, Evaluation Criteria, Ethical Procurement, Performance Management and Measurement
  • Role of Marketing in an Organisation: Marketing Principles, Development of a Marketing Strategy
  • Analysis of Marketing Information: Different Methods of Market Research, Elements of Sourcing a Plan, Benefits of Marketing Information Systems
  • Components of a Marketing Mix: Use of 7 P’s, Purpose of Marketing Partnerships, Product Strategy and Categorisation

Jobs and Progression

With the achievement of each level, you will expand your earning potential and evolve your career. The job titles become more prestigious and the salary grows as your continue your professional development.

With a IoSCM level 5 supply chain qualification, you can expect to achieve the following:

  • EXPORT DEPARTMENT MANAGER: £45,000
  • SUPPLY CHAIN PLANNING ANALYST: £45,000
  • OCEAN FREIGHT MODAL MANAGER: £42,000
  • DEMAND ANALYST: £40,000
  • SUPPLY CHAIN DATA ANALYST: £39,000
  • BUSINESS MANAGER: £33,000

Speak to us today about our progression routes on 0800 1422 522.

*Salaries are based on national averages and may vary depending on location

Our expertise

IoSCM’s Tutor Team are an amalgamation of some of the industry’s finest talent. All experts within their field, the team provide preparation for your distance learning experience, assistance with your qualification and support you during each unit. Because we have tutors specialising in every sector of the industry, we have a strong perception of the requirements needed to succeed and progress within every field.

IoSCM Level 5 Supply Chain Tutor Profile

A 26 Year Career in the Royal Navy Supply Chain

  • Level 7 Qualified
  • Delivered training to Coca Cola, Amazon and Babcock
  • First member of HMS Queen Elizabeth Supply Chain Department

“After a long, successful career in the armed forces, I knew my skills and experience would be a huge advantage to the education sector. Being a tutor and sharing my knowledge with those dedicated to progressing their career is fantastic.”

You’ll receive unlimited 1 to 1 support, guidance and feedback from IoSCM’s industry expert tutor team, with communication through a range of methods including Whatsapp, Skype, Facetime, text, email or phone call.

 

OUR CLIENT BASE

Don’t just take our word for it, we’re trusted by thousands of students studying our distance learning courses, in 101 countries across the globe. From entry level personnel to senior managers, we’re securing the future of the supply chain industry by delivering fully accredited UK qualifications.

 

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

Our network of expert expands beyond our tutors. Opportunities to network worldwide is available through the IoSCM Members’ Area, allowing you to build professional relationships, share experience and expertise with other professionals and organisations on a global scale.

Becoming a Member of the Institute of Supply Chain Management provides students and businesses with access to a range of services designed to support professional development and maintain high standards within the industry.

Find out more about our membership packages here or call our advisors on 0800 1422 522, today.

How to apply

It couldn’t be easier to apply for an IoSCM supply chain qualification with the UK’s leading provider of industry qualifications.

Simply contact our Course Advisors today on 0800 1422 522.

PAYMENT METHODS

We tailor every single qualification to the individual, including our payment methods. Finance shouldn’t be an issue that prevents you from furthering your career. We have a range of ways to fund your qualification including interest free credit and monthly instalments. We can assess the best method for you during your consultation call.

OUR GUARANTEE

IoSCM are confident in the standard of our qualifications, the delivery of our curriculum and the support from tutors and mentors combined with your hard work; we know it will lead you to success, first time around. So much so, that we can guarantee that if you are unsuccessful in the passing of your course, we will offer you a second opportunity to achieve your qualification free of charge.

Secure your guarantee by contacting our Course Advisors today on 0800 1422 522 for a free, no obligation quotation. Alternatively, you can leave us an enquiry or drop us an email on info@ioscm.com

 

"I find the course material very relevant and applicable to the real business world which is important. The assignments guide you into summarising the research in your own words.

Feedback on assignments is quick and the course overview helps you keep track of your progress."

Penny Sayce, Stock Controller

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