CIPS Level 4 Diploma In Procurement And Supply

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Level 4 Diploma in Procurementand SupplyThe Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply now consists ofeight core modules of 6 or 12 units. This is the highest entry pointto our diploma level qualifications.Developed using the Procurement Cycle as its focus, you will: Learn about the core principles, concepts and practicalapplications when procuring goods or services Gain essential knowledge and practical skills in contracting, negotiation,supplier relationships, ethics and asset management Understand how procurement fits within the rest of your organisationand how it can help to shape key future business decisionsBased at the same level as a first year of an undergraduate degree course, youwill be equipped with essential knowledge and tools that you can applyimmediately in your workplace.Typical job titles: Buyer Procurement / purchasing executive Procurement specialist Contract officer Supply chain AnalystCore skills upon completion of this qualificationYou will gain a solid understanding of procurement and supply fundamentalsand you will be able to apply this immediately back into your workplace.Level 8, 3 Spring St, Sydney NSW 2000Ph: 1300 950 251 E:

Workshop DatesTime: 9.00am-5.00pmVenue: 3 Spring St, SydneyModuleDateTutorScope and Influence ofProcurement andSupply (L4M1)31st October -1st November 2019Rob Halsall &Paul VorbachCommercial Negotiation(L4M5) and Supplier21st -22nd November 2019Paul Vorbach &Andres Naranjo5th – 6th December 2019Rob Halsall &Vivienne BussEthical and ResponsibleSourcing (L4M4) andWhole Life AssetManagement (L4M7)6th -7th February 2020Michael Lee &Michael FrenchProcurement andSupply in Practice(L4M8)20th -21st February 2020Rob HalsallRelationships (L4M6)Defining Business Need(L4M2) and CommercialContracting (L4M3)This course is delivered across face to face training supported by 2 hours of webbased revision and exam preparation for each workshop. Workshop training isdelivered through a mixture of presentation, group work, case studies and individualresearch.Level 8, 3 Spring St, Sydney 2000Ph: 1300 950 251 E:

Teaching FacultyPaul VorbachMBA, MCom, FAICD, FGIAPaul is a Director and senior faculty member atAcademyGlobal, and an Honorary Professor at theUniversity of Technology Sydney Faculty of Law. Witha background in executive management inmultinational commercial firms, including Deloitte(Senior Manager) and Citi (VP and Director), Paul has25 years’ experience across consulting, financialservices and management education industries.Having conducted assignments in 20 countries on 5 continents, Paul haspartnered with leaders in commerce, academia, government and the not-forprofit sector to provide programs that address their key organisationalchallenges and opportunities. He works with clients in the area of capabilitystrategy, training needs analysis, program design and course delivery. His areasof expertise include finance, procurement, risk management, turnaround andrestructuring.Rob HalsallFCIPS, MSc (Procurement), BSc (Hons)Rob is an experienced Chief Procurement Officer,facilitator and university lecturer. He has extensiveinternational experience across leading automotive,chemical, telecommunications, tertiary and financialservices organisations. Rob has experience inexecutive and board director level roles, includingleadership roles driving business strategy and transformation, organisationaldesign and operating models, program management and delivery and end-toend procurement.In recent years, Rob has developed a particular interest in developing highperforming leaders and teams as both an executive within the corporateenvironment and also as an independent consultant, mentor and coach .In 2018, Rob was awarded the CIPS Australasia Procurement Professional of theYear Award and Ernst & Young New Zealand Procurement Professional of theYear. In 2019 he was the 2019 CIPS Australasia Winner for both PeopleDevelopment and Risk Mitigation Categories.Level 8, 3 Spring St, Sydney NSW 2000Ph: 1300 950 251 E:

Vivienne BussMBA, MEMVivienne is a passionate and highly experiencedfacilitator who delivers Qld Government,Commonwealth Government and NSW Governmentlearning and development in the areas of procurement,contract management, accounting, finance andsustainability. She delivers individual and team-basedworkplace development and improvement throughtraining, workshop facilitation and coaching.Vivienne was responsible for leading the implementation of Queensland Government’ssustainable procurement agenda. Her key responsibilities have included developmentof sustainable procurement policy, solutions and guidance material. This includedassisting in training, speaking at conferences and seminars, engagement withgovernment agencies, industry bodies, supplier organisations and non-governmentorganisations. As part of this role, Vivienne chaired the national APCC working group onsustainable procurement, with stakeholders across governments in Australia and NewZealand.Andrés NaranjoBSc, MLSCM, MLogMan/MTMAndres is passionate about procurement. He has ademonstrated ability to help large, complexorganisations across multiple industries in the public andprivate sector achieve true value through substantial,tangible benefits and significant process improvements.Andres has contributed to multiple successfulTransformation, Category Management and eProcurement implementations for someof Australia’s leading banking, insurance, government, consulting and infrastructureservices.Andres has been recognised for his professional achievements including beingrunner up for the 2013 CIPS Australasia Young Procurement Professional of theyear award.Level 8, 3 Spring St, Sydney 2000Ph: 1300 950 251 E:

Michael LeeBEcon (Hons), BTeach CMILTMichael is a Principal and senior faculty member atAcademyGlobal with a depth of senior executiveexperience in a top 50 ASX listed company. He hasover 30 years’ experience across procurement,operations management and projectmanagement. He has built and led large teamsthrough complex new operational initiatives andorganisation restructures delivering significant bottom line results. In addition tohis senior executive roles in the oil and gas industries, Michael’s earlier careerwas with NSW Government as a project engineer.Michael’s areas of expertise include project management, procurement andcontract management and financial management. He teaches the accreditedIntermediate and Advanced Diploma of Procurement and Contracting for NSWand QLD government procurement professionals, as well as postgraduatecourses in Procurement and Supply Chain Management at Western SydneyUniversity.Michael FrenchBComm, CMILT, ACAMichael is a Supply Chain Consultant with extensiveexperience across various industries including fastmoving consumer goods (FMCG), pharmaceutical,cosmetics, medical devices, infrastructure and agedcare. With over 40 years’ experience, Michael beganin chartered accounting before venturing into otherindustries. He has been in executive supply chainroles focused on integrating demand and supply to ensure customerrequirements are achieved with very high service levels and at minimal cost.Michael has used his project management skills to develop and implement newbusiness processes and systems to fully integrate the supply chain. This includesimplementing sales and operational processes to improve business planning andcommunication. He has also project managed a large number of outsourcingprojects, including sourcing, warehousing and transport. Michael’s areas ofexpertise include supply chain management, project management, procurement,contract management and financial management.Level 8, 3 Spring St, Sydney NSW 2000Ph: 1300 950 251 E:

Course DetailsCourseFee (incl. GST)Complete Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply 6,92512 unit modules 1,490 per module6 unit modules 745 per moduleCIPS membership registration fees must be paid prior to course commencement anddetails on student membership can be found embership-and-Exams-DatesFees-and-FormsAchieved the AQF Diploma or Advanced of Procurement and Contracting? You may beeligible for exemptions from some of the modules within the CIPS Diploma inprocurement and supply allowing you to progress your studies towards MCIPS faster.Enquire with us for more information.Cancellation PolicyCancellation of enrolment must be in writing. Cancellations received more than 10business days prior to the course start date will not incur a charge. When a cancellationis received between 6 and 10 business days (inclusive) prior to the course start date,50% of the course fee will be payable. For cancellations received less than 6 businessdays prior to the course start date, 100% of the course fee will be payable. We may inour discretion waive cancellation charges in exceptional circumstances, but we will notwaive cancellation charges because work commitments. Substitute nominees mayattend in your place without penalty.Program ChangesAG reserves the right to change courses and programs or to cancel courses orprograms if enrolment criteria are not met or when conditions beyond its controlprevail. All registrants will be notified in the event of cancellation and their registrationfee will be refunded.Next StepsTake the first step towards becoming MCIPS qualified and talk to us today:Email: info@academyglobal.comPhone: 1300 950 251Level 8, 3 Spring St, Sydney 2000Ph: 1300 950 251 E:

CIPS Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply . Level 8, 3 Spring St, Sydney NSW 2000 Ph: 1300 950 251 E: Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply The Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply now consists of eight core modules of 6 or 12 units. This is the highest entry point to our diploma level qualifications. Developed using the Procurement .

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