Recommended Prerequisite Training
Recommended Follow-On Session
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credit
Upon course completion, we will provide you with achievement certificates totalling 120 continuing professional education (CPE) credits.
Train and prepare for the CIPS "Diploma in Procurement and Supply"The Diploma training and credentialing program addresses planning and forecasting for future demand, forward planning for contract development, negotiating volumes, margins and standards, creating and controlling specifications, and contract management. It also covers the supply market and chain, negotiating with suppliers, conflict resolution and performance review. Please view the CIPS Level 4 Content Guide for complete course content details for all four modules.
Upon completion of the recommended prerequisite training, "Level 2 - Certificate in Procurement and Supply Operations" and "Level 3 - Advanced Certificated in Procurement and Supply Operations", Certified Information Security can help you and your colleagues to establish your critical foundation of understanding and skills necessary to work as a procurement and supply manager. When you and your colleagues attend Certified Information Security's certification preparation and training course aligned to the CIPS Diploma in Procurement and Supply, you will quickly learn the core essential concepts and best practices to make you effective in managing your organization's procurement and supply operations.
Participants are led through five volumes (1,162 pages) of official CIPS course books by an experienced and qualified instructor who will bring the material to life, and make it relevant to the procurement and supply operations at your organization. Please view the CIPS Level 4 Content Guide for complete course content details for all five modules.
The target audience for this training session is any management or staff who are moving into a junior or middle management procurement role, or who supervise the procurement function. The program focuses on how organizational procedures and processes perform in procurement and supply, including negotiating,planning, risk management and data analysis.