Sustainable Supply Chain Planning, Sourcing, and Procurement
SCCP02 is designed to further your understanding of advanced Supply Chain concepts and practices. As a current or future professional in either the Supply Chain or Sustainability sector, the course will build upon your background on both Sustainability and Supply Chain. However, this course will dive into both business and material planning that is required to foster a Sustainable Supply Chain. The course demonstrates the importance of Sustainable Sourcing as a precursor to core Supply Chain processes such as Manufacturing, Warehousing, and Distribution. The course includes detailed education and examples of the role of inventory in Sustainable Supply Chains and innovations that can be implemented to transform traditional linear Supply Chain models to Circular Supply Chain where possible.
This course is one of the three ISCEA Sustainability Supply Chain courses offered on edX to prepare the leaners for the Globally Recognized, ISCEA Certified Sustainable Supply Chain Professional (CSSCP) Designation. To pursue the Official ISCEA CSSCP Certification, ISCEA requires the successful completion of the Official CSSCP Exam. The ISCEA certification can be acquired to advance Sustainable Supply Chain Management skills of professional in any industry or global market.
Upcoming start dates
- Self-paced Online
Who should attend?
Basic Supply Chain or Sustainability Knowledge is Recommended.
Course delivery details
This course is offered through International Supply Chain Education Alliance, a partner institute of EdX.
2-8 hours per week
- Verified Track -$399
- Audit Track - Free
Certification / Credits
What you'll learn
- The role of inventory in determining Sustainability and efficiency of Supply Chain function
- How to strategically use business planning and material planning to promote an efficient, yet circular flow
- Understand the importance maintaining competitive advantage in the market
- Implementation of sustainable sourcing and procurement policies within the Supply Chain as a necessary step to achieve sustainability goals and meet environmental performance goals set by International Standards (i.e. United Nations Sustainable Development Goals)
- Maintain supplier relationships using sustainable, green purchasing
- Reduce contribution to environmental issues through implemented sustainable procurement, contract management, and project management
- Utilize sustainable raw materials and renewable energy within Supply Chain strategy
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