Academy Courses Head North
The Supply Chain Academy has recently launched a range of courses that will be great news for northern based supply chain professionals, as they are being delivered at Leeds Trinity University.
In conjunction with our ongoing partnership with Leeds Trinity, to develop the new ‘Supply Chain Professional Apprentice’ degree, we will be hosting some of our ‘CP Training‘ courses at the business focussed university.
The calendar of skills development opportunities starts in October and will continue throughout 2017. These courses have been developed for managers and aspiring managers who wish to capitalise on their supply chains, making their businesses more resilient, flexible and ultimately, more profitable.
CP Training are a division of the Supply Chain Academy and have been the go-to supply chain training specialists for management for over 20 years.
The courses scheduled so far are:
Supply Chain Management: Skills for Current Practitioners
Demand Planning: Forecasting Demand for Improved Business Performance
Leading Complex Change in the Supply Chain
Introduction to Contract Management
Management Skills for Engineers and Other Professionals
Strategic Procurement Skills
The Basics of Buying
The Supply Chain Academy continues to provide ‘Thought Leadership’ and supply chain insight for business leaders and executives from Upminster Court, which remains the world’s only learning centre dedicated exclusively to the supply chain.
If you are interested in any of the courses, or would like to find out more about how the Supply Chain Academy or CP Training can add value to your supply chain, then please contact email email@example.com or call 01708 259450.
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