Supply chain management grads now eligible for accelerated pathway to CSCMP designation

Graduates of Georgian College’s supply chain management program will have the opportunity to get industry designation faster and build executive-level skills, thanks to a new agreement with Supply Chain Management Association Ontario (SCMAO).

The agreement aims to provide a unique and more efficient path for alumni of Georgian’s Supply Chain Management – Global program to pursue their Certified Supply Chain Management Professional designation.

This collaboration marks a significant milestone in our commitment to providing unrivaled educational opportunities in supply chain management. Georgian’s so excited about this new partnership, which offers our students a unique pathway to advanced standing in their journey to becoming Certified Supply Chain Management Professionals.

– Melissa Hardeo, Faculty and Program Coordinator, Georgian College
A person holding a clipboard stands in an aisle in a warehouse, with an image of the continents and circles overlaid above their head.

The designation can help graduates progress in their careers and contribute at a strategic level at their workplaces.

Today’s global market demands skilled practitioners support the management of complex supply chains. SCMAO’s designation program meets this need and equips those seeking to launch or accelerate their career with the necessary skills to work at a management or executive level.

Graduates of Georgian’s Supply Chain Management – Global program who obtained a minimum cumulative GPA of 60 per cent will be exempt from the following designation program components:

  • Module 4: Operations and Process Design Management.
  • Module 6: Global Strategic Sourcing.
  • Workshop 3: Importance of Communication.
  • Workshop 5: Risk Management.
  • Workshop 6: Ethics: Social and Environmental Responsibility.

“At SCMAO, our brand promise is to be Canada’s largest community of supply chain professionals, committed to supply chain excellence. This profession has never been more vital to the progress of the Canadian economy,” says Himani Dureja, VP of Education and Corporate Engagement.

“We are on a steadfast path to deliver on our purpose: to promote awareness of the important role of supply chain management, as well to professionalize the industry through the CSCMP designation – Canada’s leading designation for supply chain professionals.”

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