Diploma Program

Supply Chain Management Specialist 400

Program Duration: 1920 hrs = 96 weeks (Classroom Instruction 480 hrs) (Coo-op 480 hrs)


Brief Program Description

The Supply Chain Management program meets this complex industry’s current needs for skilled professionals. Students attend courses designed to provide a solid skills base in all the components of a Supply Chain Management system as well as providing valuable skills and knowledge in the business aspects such as: Communication & Negotiation, Business Ethics, Digital Business & E-Commerce and Project Management. Supply Chain Management is a broad term that includes a variety of roles and functions such as; operations, purchasing, warehousing, distribution and logistics.  The needs and diversity of roles can also depend on the industry when it comes to the daily responsibilities of a supply chain professional.

Career Occupation

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English Requirements:

Students require ALL of the following:

Applicants must be 19 years of age or older.

Proof of Canadian citizenship or permanent residency for domestic students;

High school diploma and/or commencement of post-secondary studies OR applicants must have successfully completed 400 hours of work in the program industry (written evidence is required)

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this program the successful student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:

Explain the key concepts, principles, and practices of management and business functions in supply chain management.

Describe end-to-end supply chain performance through the development and management of operational and strategic plans.

Negotiate effectively in oral, and written form appropriate to external and internal stakeholders.

Explain how to make supply chain decisions integrating consideration of business and professional ethics, and sustainability.

Outline and explain how digital business and e-commerce work within supply chain management.

Explain transportation systems

Describe logistics processes

Explain the fundamentals of transportation law

Describe economic influences on logistics

Explain integrated logistics

Describe the fundamentals of project management

Graduation Requirements


SELC is a designated “Centre of Excellence in Logistics & Learning” for the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT) and students in the program will receive the entire CITT training courses and associated certifications. Students that successfully complete the full academic requirements are eligible for the CCLP designation (CITT – Certified Logistics Professional).

The program has been reviewed and approved by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.
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