The rapid changes in business paractices, increased globalization, technological (IT) advanceds, and increased expectiations by top management are forcing purchasing professionals to take a more proactive approach in the ways purchasing functions and responsibilities are been managed today. Managing the changes in the purchasing function, environment and management expectations in which it operates significantly affect the ideal skills required to maximize the purchasing function's potential and contribution towards organization's objectives and goals.
The course addresses some of these changes; develops a set of factors to describe a comprehensive set of skills required of a world-class purchasing management professional and to ascertain which of these skills are the most inportant. Using Synergetic Theory and Case Studies as exercise tools to review and discuss the literatures presented on purchasing skills, methodologies, analysis and techniques. This course facilitates the purchasing function in playing the important role to achieve the operations planning and process control objectives of timely delivery, flexibility, quality and cost.
Who Should Attend
Managers, executives, officers and specialists in Purchasing, Procurement, Supply-chain Management, Sub-contracting, Material, Internal Auditors, AVL Assessors, Project & Contract whose functions and responsibilities are involved in the planning, organizing, negotiating and control of purchasing activities, and those who have the intention to prepare, document and implement purchasing process and control compliance with the ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems Certification.
At the end of the course participants who have fulfilled at least 75 per cent attendance and passed the written examination shall be awarded the Certificate of Proficiency (Certificate of Achievement).
|SLA Member Company (View member listing)||Non-Member||Self-Sponsored|
|Total Fee (payable to TLA)||$802.50||$995.10||$995.10|
|PIC Grant (Co. to claim directly from IRAS)||60% (or available tax deductions/ allowances)||60% (or available tax deductions/ allowances)||N.A|