supply chain management

NQF 5 (SAQA ID: 74149) | Modules

Supply Chain Management | Modules

NQF 5 (SAQA ID: 74149) | Modules

Module One - Supply Chain Management 101

• Legislation and key government initiatives are discussed in relation to the supply chain management environment.
• Demand management is analysed to reflect its relationship and influence on supply chain management and operations.
• The role and scope of acquisition management (purchasing/procurement) are analysed to reflect their impact on supply chain management and operations.
• The principles of logistics/materials management are discussed to reflect their role in and impact on supply chain management and operations.
• Disposal management is explained by focusing on its impact on supply chain management and operations.

Module Two - Performance & Risk in Supply Chain Management

• Business processes are evaluated to determine potential risks to the supply chain management environment.
• Potential risks and identified to reflect their impact on a business unit.
• Contingency plans for managing risks are developed, tested and reviewed to improve the performance of the supply chain.
• Performance management is explained by focusing on its influence on performance and risk within a supply chain management environment.
• Indicators for a supply chain performance management system are developed in order to implement a supply chain performance management system.
• The performance of the business in meeting its objectives is assessed in order to identify potential improvements to the business.

Module Three - Supply Chain Strategy & Planning

• Concepts of supply chain management are analysed to reflect their relationship and influence on supply chain management and operations.
• Contributions are made towards a supply chain strategy for the organisation in support of the overall strategic business plan and operational plan.
• The effectiveness of supply chain performance is measured and evaluated against the strategic and operational plans.
• Innovative system development activities are identified to improve the performance of the supply chain.
• Recommendations are made to improve implementation in order to aid the effectiveness of the supply chain.

 

Module Four- Manage Supply Chain Execution

• The supply chain strategy is communicated to all relevant stakeholders.
• Strategic relationships within the supply chain are established to contribute to the implementation of the strategy.
• Improvements to the supply chain are proposed and introduced to contribute to the effective implementation in a specific area of responsibility within the supply chain management environment.
• A supply chain strategy is executed reflecting an understanding of operational aspects and their impact and influence on supply chain management.
• A supply chain strategy is executed reflecting an understanding of the significance of the risk and performance management plans to the execution of the strategy.
• Change management is implemented as dictated by the strategy.

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