Successful supply chain managers must be strategists, able to synchronize every effort involved in the process: planning, sourcing, producing and delivering a product or service. Develop a broad knowledge base in logistics systems, global logistics, purchasing, information systems, project leadership, finance and customer relationship management. This program is available only through online study.
The 11-course Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program offered by the Faculty of Continuing Education and Training (FCET) is accredited by the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council through its National Accreditation Program (the NAP).
Seneca College's, Faculty of Continuing Education and Training and The Logistics Institute have established a partnership in which Seneca students, upon completion of the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate, are eligible to receive advanced standing towards the Professional Logisticians (P.Log.) certification. Students seeking the P.Log. certification at the Logistics Institute may transfer credits to satisfy requirements for the The Logistics Institute's professional certification programs.
SCMAO and Seneca College's Faculty of Continuing Education have reached an agreement that will provide an efficient path for graduates of Seneca College's part-time Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program to pursue their Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) designation.
New students are invited to attend an information session.
This professional program is designed for:
You will develop leadership, management, and human resources skills to establish and maintain strategic alliances within an organization. The importance of ethics to conduct business at both national and international levels will be studied.
Students will evaluate the appropriateness of various modes of transportation and distribution networks in a range of situations.
Students will develop an understanding of managing logistics across international boundaries; analyze operations and logistics problems on a global scale; implement changes to business processes and corporate strategies to advance the company's global and logistics framework.
Students apply project management principles in facilitating a team approach to business processes.
Students will utilize a variety of information technology tools and systems to support logistics management functions and to impact service efficiency positively.
Students are introduced to the basics of the procurement function including the purchasing cycle and the way purchasing activity is integrated into the firm's organization. Various purchasing tools and techniques are described and practiced. The important topics of cost-price analysis and negotiation are studied.
You will apply financial concepts to an organization to manage and forecast revenues and earnings, deploy assets, and to prepare operating and capital budgets.
However, it is recommended that students begin their studies with HRM701, Introduction to Human Resources Management, if they plan to pursue the Human Resources Management Graduate Certificate.
This course is an examination of the contemporary Canadian business environment, organization, leadership and management decision process which influences the behaviour of individuals and groups. Increased global competition, technological change and the rising expectations of both employees and employers have underlined the need for better and more effective leadership. This course provides a better understanding of this process.
This course is intended to develop your understanding of customer service and the skills associated with understanding the needs of customers, meeting those needs and fostering an environment that encourage customers to return. It will be of interest to anyone who works with customers, either internal or external, on a daily basis.
This course focuses on the rules and regulations of the Canada Border Services Agency. The main focus is on the principles of tariff classification, duties and taxes due on importations, as well as the documentation required to trade goods into Canada.
As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:
These courses are offered by online delivery only. For more information about online delivery, please refer to Centre for Flexible Learning
Seneca College's, Faculty of Continuing Education and Training and The Logistics Institute have established a partnership in which Seneca students, upon completion of the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate, are eligible to receive advanced standing towards the Professional Logisticians (P.Log.) certification. Students seeking the P.Log. Certification at the Logistics Institute may transfer credits to satisfy requirements for the The Logistics Institute's professional certification programs.
As a Seneca College student, you will be able to leverage a number of courses in your certificate program towards earning a professional designation to compliment your degree. Today's transportation and logistics professionals, who compliment their Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate with Professional logisticians (P.Log.) certification, are empowered to effectively compete for promotion to mid- and senior-level management opportunities. Professionals who maintain their competitive edge through continuing education and certification are better equipped to excel in the global marketplace.
Students applying through the Process Management stream are exempt from three of the seven modules required to earn the P.Log. Certification:
For those interested in earning the P.Log. designation through the Executive Leadership Program and Advanced Standing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-416-363-3005.
The Logistics Institute is Canada's leading source of logistics training and certification. Its mission is to teach, develop and promote the science of logistics to the business community, and to encourage practitioners along logistics career paths. The Institute delivers skills and leadership training in classroom, online and THE HUB, a dynamic private social network dedicated to developing and sharing industry knowledge.
Today, more than 3,000 logistics practitioners from some of Canada's best known companies have earned the P.Log. designation and the recognition that comes with attaining certified competence in a professional field.
The Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program offered by the Faculty of Continuing Education and Training (FCET) is accredited by the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council through its National Accreditation Program (the NAP).
The NAP recognizes educational offerings in supply chain-related topics that meet the Council's standards for accreditation, created with significant input from supply chain stakeholders. The standards are based on national and international best practices and principles, and include requirements for course/program needs, assessment, design, development, delivery and student evaluation. As an accredited program, the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program offered by FCET has shown that it meets all of those standards.
The Supply Chain Management Association Ontario is the leading organization for supply chain management professionals in Ontario. Formed through the amalgamation of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada and Supply Chain and Logistics association, SCMAO provides education and professional development to a network of 7,000 professionals. Under authority of provincial legislation, it awards the Certified Supply Chain Management Professional designation (CSCMP).
Seneca College and SCMAO have reached an agreement which only applies to graduates of the part-time Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program (SCM) who have obtained a minimum cumulative Program G.P.A of 3.0. The equivalencies accepted are:
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New students are invited to attend an information session.