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“Thank you for the work you have done for me, without the certificates you helped me get, I would have left the Army with nothing!”
Former MPGS soldier Plymouth

About the course

The Diploma in Supply Chain Operations at Level 5 (SCO L5) allows you to gain a recognised qualifiction that's tailored to cover the exact skills you have gained during your military Logistics career (QM, QM Tech, RQMS, and BQMS).

This civilian qualification has been mapped across to your military training and experience. You will need to provide written evidence to confirm your knowledge. These short documents are straightforward and oftne part of your routine work. You will be guided in what evidence is required to achieve the qualification.

Content

This qualification has been designed in line with the civilian qualification of Supply Chain Operations (SCO). As a military logistician you are responsible for ensuring that goods are transported and provided as quickly and cheaply as possible. This applies to the civilian world: a supply chain starts with the delivery from a supplier to a manufacturer, and ends with the delivery of the finished product or service (i.e. vehicle, spares, clothing, food) to the customer at the right time and place by the most cost-effective method possible.

The Diploma is a comprehensive operations management qualification made up of some of the following units:

Mandatory Units:

• Ensure compliance with legal, regulatory, ethical and social requirements.
• Ensure an effective organisational approach to health, safety and security.
• Provide leadership.
• Develop productive working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders.

Optional Units include:
• Plan and implement change.
• Manage finance for own area of responsibility.
• Develop the culture of own organisation.
• Minimise the environmental impact and manage risk.
• Manage your own professional development.

How long is the course?

It may take only twelve weeks to compile your portfolio. Those who are in a BQMS role will have to attend a one day workshop to cover the change management element.

Cost

£600 and you can use your learning credits (SLC). This qualification is also listed as an ELCAS approved course and can be completed as part of a bundle.

Assessment

The assessment is done by submitting a portfolio of evidence which you have gathered. You will assemble your portfolio under guidance of your assessor.

Where do I study?

At your unit.

What's next

Refer to the web site www.racpd.org.uk 

Other Details

You will need to have achieved English and Maths at Level 2.


Contact

Speak to your regimental Personal Development Advisor or call the Programme Manager at RACPD on 01980 845358/94322 5358.