Diploma in Supply Chain Management Specialist

The Supply Chain Management Diploma Program at SELC is tailored to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of the supply chain sector. This program addresses the intricate requirements of the industry, preparing students for a variety of roles in operations, purchasing, warehousing, distribution, and logistics.

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What Will Students Learn With Supply Chain Management Program?

The Supply Chain Management Diploma Program at SELC offers an in-depth education in the field of supply chain management, encompassing a wide range of critical topics. This program equips students with essential skills for a successful career in the dynamic field of supply chain management. They learn effective communication and negotiation techniques, understand the ethical dimensions of business, and gain insights into the impact of digital technologies on the supply chain. The program’s focus on project management fundamentals and career success strategies further prepares students for various roles in the industry. With its blend of theoretical knowledge and practical experience, the Supply Chain Management Diploma Program at SELC is an ideal choice for those aspiring to excel in this vital sector.
  • Transportation and logistics
  • Negotiation skills
  • Business and e-commerce
  • Project management
  • Analytical & critical thinking
  • Clear communication skills


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Courses in Supply Chain Management Specialist Diploma

Transportation Law focuses on sector-relevant legislation, regulations, and contract law to limit personal and corporate exposure. It provides precedent-rich insight into how legal and commercial accountabilities are judged in the transportation sector. This helps learners develop a deep understanding of how sector-specific, Canadian legislation is applied and how commercial contracts and claims work across all modes of transportation.

Transportation Systems is a comprehensive course that will provide learners with an effective foundation to best manage or design omni-channel global transportation logistics systems. Realistic case and discussion-based learning helps professionals streamline decision-making to minimize errors that can lead to longer transit times, increased costs of transit, unnecessary inventory carrying cost, fines for non-compliance, and increased handling and damage to products.

This is a fundamental course which provides an overview of best practices in professional project management. It defines the key project management terms and provides a basic understanding of project management methodology. It explains how the various project management processes commonly interact during the project life cycle and provides an understanding of the project deliverables. It describes the processes required to properly coordinate the various elements of the project and best meet stakeholder needs and expectations.

Logistics Processes connect multi-modal transportation to the wider, interdependent supply chain in a safe, time- and cost-efficient manner. Course work sharpens your ability to optimize variables to create day-to-day efficiencies and manage operational liabilities and obligations. Applied to simple modal choices or complex (multi-carrier/multi-modal) projects, you will learn to move materials, finished goods and information efficiently through all points and processes before, between and after transportation links from source to destination, on a national and international scale.

Integrated Logistics is a comprehensive, senior-level course that explores how integration is crucial to sound logistics operations within successful and sustainable organizations. It helps learners create efficient, silo-free logistics systems and decision-making environments, integrating all activities involved in the cost-effective and uninterrupted movement of materials and information from their source to the point-of-consumption.

Economic Influences on Logistics helps learners relate economic forces to costing, pricing and operating logistics operations within a business enterprise. Learners will gain a deeper understanding of macroeconomic trends, government intervention, and how to capitalize on microeconomic levers. And they will know how to use that knowledge to make seemingly uncontrollable influences on supply chain profitability much more predictable—and survivable.

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge, job application tools and soft skills necessary to break into the competitive job market. Successful completion of this course will enhance their confidence in entering the job market, well-equipped to make an informed decision on their path to career success.

Supply chain management is defined as the handling of the entire production flow of products beginning with the raw components all the way to delivering the final product to the customer. It is a complex and vast industry with many career opportunities for students to pursue. This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of supply chain and operations management.

The negotiation process has become a critical component in the supply chain process as companies look to reduce their spending while increasing their purchasing power thus making this Business Negotiation course a fundamental learning for students wanting to pursue a career within Supply Chain Management. Students will spend their time in an applied learning classroom immersed into three major areas: 1) the essentials of negotiation 2) Key negotiation skill building 3) complex negotiations.

In this course Students will be exposed to a variety of business ethics cases and outcomes along with foundational business ethics concepts. Together the learning will help them to frame a strong ethical approach to business operations, sustainability and their own career trajectories.

The Digital Business & E-Commerce Management course provides students with an in-depth introduction to the field of digital business and e-commerce. Learning is focused on key concepts, and the latest empirical and financial data, that will help students understand and take advantage of the evolving world of opportunity offered by the digital age of business and e-commerce, which is dramatically altering the way supply chain business is conducted and driving major shifts in the global economy.

Career opportunities for students

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The Supply Chain Management Diploma Program opens doors to a multitude of career paths. Graduates, armed with specialized skills in logistics, procurement, and inventory management, are well-positioned for roles in various industries. Their expertise in navigating the complexities of supply chain operations makes them valuable assets, ready to contribute significantly in roles ranging from logistics coordinators to procurement managers. This program not only enhances employability but also sets the stage for continuous professional growth in the ever-evolving economic landscape.
  • Freight Traffic Coordinator
  • Inventory Management Officer
  • Material Control Coordinator
  • Parts Shipping Manager
  • Procurement Manager

    Average salary for 

    an Inventory Management Officer

    $46,080/ a year

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    Start Dates for the Program 

    Students who would like to study Supply Chain Management Specialist Diploma can decide on any date to start the program. Program start dates are subject to change. Our team will assist you in finding the best available date regarding your study plans in Canada.

    Start Dates in 2024
    May 06th 2024
    Jul 02nd 2024
    Aug 12th 2024
    Sep 23rd 2024
    Nov 04th 2024
    Dec 30th 2024