This course equips students with the strategy of downstream supply chain management for a managerial role in an organisation. The specialised advanced diploma programme covers two knowledge modules and a Management Project module. The two knowledge modules are Logistics Strategy and Supply Chain Strategy. The Management Project will guide students to undertake a project on an emerging trend that will affect the strategy of logistics and supply chain management.
Delivery and Assessment
The advanced diploma in logistics and supply management programme incorporates blended learning mode, where students attend class lectures, as well as undertake self-directed learning through optional online videos. Faculty members are highly experienced practitioners with postgraduate academic and professional qualifications.
The Management Project module requires students to attend regular class sessions so that they can be closely guided to complete the projects within the study period. Students are expected to make use of relevant websites for purposes of learning and research. Upon completion of each knowledge module, students will sit for the examination. As for the module on Management Project, each student is assessed on a major assignment, a minor assignment, and a short presentation.
Course Duration and Frequency
This course can be completed within 6 months. The logistics and supply management course is scheduled to commence in the months of January, April, July and October, but this may subject to changes. Please check with the institute on the actual date of commencement.
The lecture timings for the part-time classes are shown in the table below:
Time : Weekdays evening 7pm to 10pm
Frequency : 1 to 2 times per week
Venue : Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management
An applicant must be at least 21 years old; and has at least 3 years of experience in a related field; and has attained an academic qualification not lower than the SIPMM Diploma; and with a language proficiency in English at GCE ‘O’ level or equivalent. Matured candidates with the professional or managerial experiences may be considered on a case-by-case basis, subject to approval by the Academic Board.
Academic Award and Recognition
Students must pass all module assessments to complete the course successfully, and be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Supply Management (ADLSM). The ADLSM graduate is eligible to apply for the professional credential as a World Certified Professional in Logistics and Supply Management, and this special credential is awarded by World Certification Institute (WCI).