Diploma Program

Supply Chain Management Specialist Co-op

This program has been approved by PTIB.


Program Overview

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. It has been said that supply chain management specialists are the glue that holds a business together. Now more than ever with the current global conditions due to the Pandemic, Supply Chain Management specialists are in critical demand.

At SELC our Supply Chain Management program meets this complex industries current needs for skilled professionals.Students attend courses designed to provide a solid skills base in all the components of a Supply Chain Management 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.

SELC is a designated “Centre of Excellence in Logistic & 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).

Career Opportunities

NOC Code: 1215 – Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations

English Requirements:

All applicants and registrants, regardless of citizenship status or country of origin, must demonstrate an adequate level of proficiency in English.

There are two ways to meet the English requirement:

1. Complete both of the following:

A) English 10, 11 or 12 or equivalent with a minimum of ‘C’ Grade for proficiency in reading and writing

B) Two years of full-time education in English in an English-speaking country For proficiency in speaking and listening


2. Demonstrate proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and listening by completing one of the following courses or assessments to meet acceptable levels:

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;

Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and completion of high school studies and/or commencement of postsecondary studies OR have achieved MATURE STUDENT STATUS: 19 years of age

About This Program

Program Duration

  • 96 weeks - Total Program 1920 Hours
  • Classroom Instruction 960 Hours
  • Co-op 960 hours


Introduction to Supply Chain Management (120 of Hours)

Business Ethics (120 of Hours)

Business Negotiation (120 of Hours)

Digital Business & E-commerce Management (120 of Hours)

CITT - transportation systems (60 of Hours)

CITT - Logistics Processes (60 of Hours)

CITT - economic influences on logistics** (60 of Hours)

CITT - Transportation Law (60 of Hours)

Project Management Fundamentals (120 of Hours)

Career Success (Done with the Final Cohort group) (40 of Hours)

CITT - Integrated Logistics (COHORT group and final course in the program) (80 of Hours)

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