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logistics supply chain management diplomaA Logistics & supply chain management diploma that is accredited and was designed in conjunction with business leaders in the logistics and supply chain management field results in a course that is both relevant and the students that graduate are in demand by business. This is a key factor when choosing what to study and with which learning institution to study with.

Check the accreditation of the various colleges/universities/private institutions that are offering logistics and supply chain management diploma’s. It is essential that the course be accredited.

What sort of jobs will you get with a logistics and supply chain management diploma?

The jobs you will be after are the “supply chain manager” , “supply chain analyst” , “national logistics manager” or similar senior positions. If you have not already been through a few positions in the supply management area, once you have your diploma you will want to start out looking for job titles like, “supply chain office” , “supply chain clerk” , “logistics and supply chain management trainee”

There are countless jobs available to suitably qualified people with some experience in logistics and supply chain management.

How long does the diploma course take to complete?

The logistics & supply chain management diploma course is a distance learning diploma that takes between 3 years and 5 years to complete. It is the students responsibility to complete each required module within the maximum time period before moving to the next module.

The Logistics & supply chain management diploma offered by ILSCM is an accredited, well respected qualification that is sought after in the business arena in South Africa. The ILSCM has close ties to business as well as government and often makes introductions and recommendations to businesses that are looking for qualified Logisticians.

The percentage increase in the number of jobs created in the Logistics and supply chain field around the World, far outsrips many of the most popular areas that people are studying in, which in some cases show growth in vacancies or jobs created having reduced.