LEVEL OF ENTRY OR HOW TO ENROL

  • HND Not Related
  • HND Related
  • Degree Not Related
  • Degree Related
  • Master’s Not Related
  • Master’s Related
  • Professionals

FOUNDATION LEVEL

  1. Introduction to Procurement and Supply Chain Management
  2. Elements of Business Communication
  3. Quantitative studies
  4. Cost and Business Accounting
  5. Legal Aspects of Procurement and SCM
  6. Internal and External Relationship within the SCM Environment
  7. Entrepreneurship and SME’S
  8. Distribution and ICT in Procurement & SCM

LEVEL 1

  1. Procurement and SCM in Action
  2. Understanding the Procurement Environment
  3. Negotiation within the SCM environment
  4. Improving Procurement and SC Performance
  5. Strategic Procurement and SCM
  6. Public Procurement Law in Ghana

LEVEL 2

  1. Global Supply Chain Management
  2. Business Ethics and CSR
  3. Operations and TQM
  4. Sustainable Procurement within the SCM Environment
  5. Finance for SCM Professionals
  6. Risk management and insurance

LEVEL 3

  1. Business SCM Forecasting
  2. Project Management
  3. Freight and shipping management
  4. Critical thinking in Contract Administration
  5. Leadership in Procurement and SCM

ELECTIVES (ANY ONE SPECIALIZATION)

  • Transport Logistics Management
  • Production Logistics Management
  • Distribution Operations Management

EXAMINATION LEVELS

  1. Foundation Courses
  2. Level 1: Certificate in SCM
  3. Level 2: Diploma in SCM
  4. Level 3: Professional Certificate in SCM

CERTIFICATES TO BE AWARDED

  1. Certificate in SCM (completion of Level 1)
  2. Diploma in SCM (completion of level 2)
  3. Professional Certificate in SCM (completion of level 3)
  4. Full membership (for masters related and not related)

LIST OF ACRONYMS

MCISCM Full Member

ACISCM Affiliated

CCISCM Level 1

DCISCM Diploma

PCCISCM Professional

FCISCM Fellow

Individuals who by their master’s degree are accepted as full members are supposed to use the

acronym (MCISCM)

Individual who join the association as students or register to show interest in what the institute does, can use the acronym (ACISCM).  They can also be workers.

Individuals who have finished and passed all courses under level one, are entitled to use the acronym (CCISCM)

Individuals who have also finished and passed all courses under level two, are entitled to use the acronym (DCISCM)

Individuals who have also finished and passed all the courses under the final level that is level 3 are entitled to use the acronym. (PCCISCM).

Individuals promoted by council to the status of Fellow are also entitled to use the acronym (FCISCM)

METHOD OF PROGRESSION

  • Master’s degree related shall automatically start as Full members (Chartered Members) after submitting a curriculum vitae, a CPD and all relevant certificates to the operations committee
  • All individuals holding professional certificates will be given subject to subject exemptions as determined by the operations committee and the level for which they begin or start from, will also be determined by the operations committee
  • All degree holders related will start from Level 3
  • All HND graduates related will all start from Level 2
  • All S. H. S graduates, O and A’ level holders as well as people who have worked in the area of SC for some years, without requisite qualification including individuals holding HND, degree and masters not related to the area of SC are supposed to do all the courses under the foundation level.
  • For those whose master’s degree are not related they are supposed to submit the following to the operations committee;
    1. A business proposal on how to create entrepreneurs and businesses within the SCM environment. (Power Point Presentation in the midst of Council)
    2. A C.P.D
    3. A Curriculum Vitae
    4. Copies of all relevant certificates

          Award of the membership certificate shall be determined by the operations committee

  • Council shall recommend at any point in time promotion to the status of Fellowship. These may be individuals who have helped uplift the image of this institute. Outstanding performance and contribution shall be the hallmark of judgement.