Generate innovative solutions to logistics and supply chain problems and manage logistics processes.
6 months full-time
About this course
This course has been designed for professional logistics specialists who are looking to advance their career.
What you will learn
apply logistics and supply chain knowledge, principle and practices in a business of public sector environment to ensure effective and efficient operations of an organisation, fulfil a managerial role in logistics and supply chain management within organisations; complete research work to extend supply chain knowledge.
apply logical and analytical methods to improve logistics and supply chain processes and activities, think creatively to generate innovative solutions to logistics and supply chain problems
use and evaluate multiple sources of information expertly to manage and improve logistics and supply chain practices and synthesise information in order to draw evidence based conclusions.
communicate at an advanced level, using appropriate terminology, with individuals and groups in organisations and within supply chains
expertly use new and existing technologies relevant to logistics and supply chain management
take responsibility for own learning and maintaining currency as part of professional development to maximise career progression and advancement throughout the working life.
Recognise, evaluate and deal effectively with local, national and international issues relevant to logistics and supply chain management in order to participate in a global environment.
Recognise the impact and importance of cultural diversity; deal effectively with cultural issues relevant to supply chain management and function appropriately within a cultural diverse setting.
work independently and demonstrate ethical and professional leadership in logistics and supply chain management areas; work effectively in teams.
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