Dates: 20 – 24 May 2024
Locations: Johannesburg, South Africa
Platform: Available In-Class / Online
unit standards: 110023, NQF Level 4, 6 Credits
This training programme enables the learner to achieve the ideals of good governance and address deficiencies in supply chain management in the public sector by applying the principles of fairness, equitability, transparency, competitiveness, and cost-effectiveness. By attending this training learners are guaranteed to be equipped with the knowledge to do cost reductions; improve communication with Cost Centers and service providers; improve the use and rotation of the database of potential suppliers; have the ability to reach organisational objectives and comply with legislation and policies in SCM.
By The End of The Programme, Learners Will Be Able To:
Identify and apply the principles of supply chain management.
Apply supply chain management policies and procedures within the public sector
Utilise supply chain management systems and resources to fulfil the function effectively; and Secure and manage supplier contracts.
This workshop is intended for individuals working in the public sector, particularly those involved in procurement and supply chain management. The following professionals and roles would benefit from attending:
Procurement Managers and Officers
Supply Chain Managers and Practitioners
Bid Committee Members (BSC, BEC, BAC)
Government Officials involved in procurement.
Compliance Officers in the public sector
Contract Managers and Administrators
Our diverse instructional approaches ensure effective learning:
– Lectures & Presentations: Engage with expert-driven, stimulating content.
– Course Material: Access well-crafted supporting resources.
– Group Work: Collaborate on discussions and case studies for practical insights.
– Workshops & Role-Play: Participate in immersive, scenario-based activities.
– Practical Application: Focus on applying theoretical knowledge in real situations.
– Post-Training Support: Receive extensive support after training for skill implementation.
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Definitions and Background of SCM
Elements and concepts in supply chain management (SCM)
Terminology pertaining to supply chain management.
SCM and other policy initiatives
Role players in the SCM process
Guidelines and principles on SCM
Reporting processes relevant to the
SCM code of conduct
Delegation of Supply Chain Management Powers and Duties
Supply chain management policies and procedures
The scope of legislation
Supply Chain Management (SCM) Policy
Applicable legislation, including the following:
– Constitution of the Republic of South Africa
– Preferential Procurement Policy
Framework Act (PPPFA)
– Municipal Finance Management Act
– Construction Industry Development Board
– Broad-based Black Economic
Empowerment Act (BBBEE)
Applicability of the Supply Chain Management Policy Forecasting
A sourcing strategy
Clear specification and Terms of
Assessment of the market
Different inventory systems
Achieve customer standards effectively
The database of suppliers
Restriction of suppliers
Methods of acquisition
Competitive bids processes and other
Receiving of bids
Evaluation of bids
Securing the contract
Appointment of consultants
System of demand management
Asset disposal management
Commercial risk in relation to
Deviation from and ratification of minor
breaches of procurement processes
Combating of abuse of SCM system
Managing Supplier Contracts
Factors influencing contract
Updating of contracts
Types of contracts