Learn the concepts of supply chain risk management with specific focus on how globalised outsourcing, specialisation and just in time production are changing the risk environments for many organisations. The qualification provides a broad understanding of supply chain risk management principles and practices. The relevance of the qualification is explained in the context of increasingly extended organisations facing an expanded range of complex interconnected risks.
Recommended Eligibility for Indian Candidates
Demonstrate an understanding of how supply chains operate and the risk implications of ongoing developments from various perspectives including those of the public and private sectors. With IRM's supply chain risk management qualification, you will be able to help your organisation implement the appropriate governance frameworks across extended organisational boundaries and the need to ensure “cross-functional” thinking and measurement. The qualification empowers you with the knowledge on the major sources of disruption and other risks that supply chains face including the application across industries.
Upon completion of the qualification you should be able to:
There are no entry criteria for the Supply Chain Risk Management qualification. However, the recommended eligibility is:
IRM's qualifications are delivered and assessed in English. If English is not your first language, we recommend you have an Academic IELTS score of 6.0 (with no element less than 5.5) or equivalent evidence of competence in the English language before beginning your studies.