With the disruption caused by the global emergency associated with the Coronavirus Pandemic, organisations are looking at the opportunities of a post-Lockdown world.
Executives are looking at their supply chains to see what opportunities exist to restart/continue or even grow their businesses. In this one-hour webinar, ICL Consultant Nic Gildenhuys, our lead trainer in the Supply Chain Management course, will explain the impact of the disruption and how to navigate a way forward.
This webinar will feature:
This Procurement and Supply Chain Management Best Practices training seminar explores key concepts forming the basis of procurement and supply chain management and moves through leading edge issues that confront organizations today.More Information
This course covers the warehouse operations theories, concept and operational strategies ensuring the efficient flow of products in and out of the facility, ensuring orders are fulfilled and products are in stock, but not overstocked. Thus ensuring profitability and minimizing overhead and labor costs. It will also enable delegates to measure warehouse metrics critical for providing team leaders with a clear vision of potential issues and opportunities for improvements.More Information
This intensive 10-day training course is designed to assist contracts and procurement professionals understand and deal with the increasing complexity of commercial and business relationships.More Information
This intensive 10-day training course covers the skills required to lead procurement and inventory teams to world class performance by running organizations leaner, effectively and efficiently.More Information
This course will look at the definition, importance and uses of estimating, costing and pricing. We will cover the contextual framework, general principles and measurement when it comes to the process of tenders. Quantity estimating, client costing, tenderer pricing and contract completion also forms a major part of this specific topic and will be covered in detailMore Information
Transportation activities can account for over 70% of organizational supply chain costs. Thus, it is vital that an organization gets the transportation function right, whether its ambition is to meet personnel mobility needs or to execute the delivery of goods and materials.More Information
Knowledge of Inventory Management is critical for the effective management of procurement and the supply chain, however Inventory it is commonly not understood. Therefore too high levels of inventory are held with attendant increases to costs, product obsolescence etc.More Information
The PFMA Supply Chain Management Bid Committees short course provides you with the skills and tools needed to operationalise the legislative requirements – as stipulated in the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA)More Information
The course is designed to develop delegate’s skills in managing facility staff and corporate assets while minimizing risk exposure in the workplace.More Information
The programme aims at equipping managers to protect employees, suppliers and customers by providing critical information in order to successfully manage COVID-19 within the work environment.More Information