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Supply Management Training

Dan Anton, Continuing Education and Training
t: 867.668.5258

Program Description

Courses can be taken individually 
or take all 10 to complete the diploma
 over the next two years.

• Select the courses or seminars that best meet your needs

• Take one or multiple courses or seminars

• Available in instructor-led format in a classroom

The diploma program is intended for entry level and intermediate-level practitioners who require a technical competence in supply management. The training will also be of interest to others seeking knowledge of supply management at the introductory level. You will learn how the different parts of the supply chain fits together and the role they play within an organization.

Training consists of:

Technical Courses:
• Transportation (39 hours)
• Logistics (39 hours)
• Procurement (39 hours)
• Operations (39 hours)

Management Soft Skill Seminars:
• Communication and Relational Skills (3 days)
• Negotiation Skills (4 days)
• Competitive Bidding, Contract Preparation and Contract Management (2 days)

Business Management Seminars:
• Business Planning (2 days)
• Marketing (2 days)
• Accounting and Finance (2 days)

Admission Requirements

• No prerequisites
• Open to everyone


Potential employment opportunities include:

• Procurement Specialist
• Purchaser
• Logistics Analyst
• Warehouse Manager
• Material Handler/Management
• Global Sourcing Analyst
• Inventory Coordinators


Take courses individually at your own pace, or take all 10 to complete the diploma over two years. Courses take place during the evenings, weekdays and weekends to allow you to maintain your job while learning the skills to succeed in this new area.

General Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

• Prepare competitive bids
• Be familiar with contract administration/management
• Perform cost and value analyses
• Perform strategic supply chain planning
• Negotiate complex contracts
• Redesign, improve, innovate supply chain mapping
• Manage projects and risk
• Coordinate and motivate cross-functional teams


Tuition for credit programs is calculated per course credit. See Tuition and Fees.

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*Standard Yukon College tuition fees do not apply to Continuing Education courses. Please see course fees below.

2016 Course Fees:

Technical Courses: $995 + GST
Two-day Seminars and Workshops: $600 + GST
Three-day Seminars and Workshops: $775 + GST
Four-day Seminars and Workshops: $945 + GST