PG Diploma In Supply Chain Management & Logistics - EDUQUAL, UK
It has now been established without any doubt whatsoever that lean supply chains and efficient logistics systems lead directly to increased bottom line profits. Businesses are increasingly looking for improvements in their logistics and supply chain performance. While many students may wish to attain a PG Diploma in supply chain management to enhance their performance potential with an existing employer, others may view this major as an opportunity to become familiar with logistics and supply chain operations.
The Westford School of Management offers the best logistics and supply chain management courses in Dubai due to our commitment to excellence and also to our partnerships with overseas education providers. The UAE is an international hub of transport, shipping, and finance and our supply chain management courses seek to give our students the skills they need to excel both in Dubai and overseas.
This unit is offered as a part time course so that senior managers or professionals already involved in the supply chain field can upgrade their skills while continuing to progress their careers and earn a living. With a rolling intake, you can take part in the course whenever fits into your schedule best.
This course also complements our Diploma in Human Resource Management.
PG Diploma in Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Weekend / Part time
Supply Chain Management and Logistics Program Structure
Modules and course contents
- Importance of supply chain management and logistics
- Structure of a robust supply chain
- Developing an efficient and enhanced supply chain
- Supply chain and logistics in an international context
Delivery and Assessment
Westford delivers the course through different modes such as onsite, blended and distance mode using the state-of-the-art, live, interactive virtual platform. Delivery will engage students in their learning by using a range of teaching and learning techniques that accommodate different learning styles, including presentations, case studies, simulations, professional discussions, group activities, visits, guest speakers and independent research. Assessment will use vocationally relevant methods that require students to adopt a realistic work role and produce work in the formats that are expected in business. Examinations and assignments that use a range of assessment methods will be used. Case studies, problems and examples used in assessments need to be current and have the requisite range of issues for students to consider at this level of study. Students should be able to apply their understanding of theory to their investigations and to their proposed solutions to problems.