The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) is the world’s largest professional body for procurement and supply. Worldwide, it has more than 110,000 people, spread in more than 150 countries. Several multinational businesses specify the internationally recognized MCIPS qualifications as their standard.
With the CIPS, which course you will start and how you will progress depends on your experience and qualifications. Professionals in operational roles can benefit by taking up its Certificate in procurement and supply operations, and Advanced certificate in procurement are supply operations courses. Those in managerial roles in the procurement and supply function should go for its diploma qualifications.
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The CISCM course is designed for logistics professionals who want to grow into a senior management level. The course will mostly focus on the strategic aspects of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. http://www.blueoceanacademy.com/courses/international-supply-chain.html
CISCP is the acronym of Certified International Supply Chain Professional. This two-step core certification qualification is from the International Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Institute, USA. This CISCP is the entry level course. Its advanced level qualification is offered as CISCM (Certified International Supply Chain Manager). Here are the advantages of taking up and successfully completing the CISCP certification program.
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