About the Specialisation

The World Bank has ranked Singapore as Asia’s top logistics hub offering worldclass connectivity to the region and beyond. With our Supply Chain Management specialisation, you will be able to tap into the various opportunities offered by this growing sector, providing logistical services to global consumers and businesses.

Specialisation Modules

International Freight Management [60 hours]

Having a well-defined transportation system is pivotal to a modern economy. Efficient transport management will ensure uninterrupted movement of people and goods and it is necessary for a thriving economy.  In this module, the learners will be taught basic freight management processes. They will be equipped to identify the characteristics of different modes of transportation, freight processes, trends as well as documentations. They will also be applying customs procedures concepts in a borderless world, focusing on import and export procedures. The learners will also be able to apply the concept of terms of trade (incoterms) and its implications under various business scenarios.

Purchasing and Supply Management [60 hours]

With the business environment becoming more competitive, the purchasing function is also evolving to play a more significant role in the success of an organisation. In this module, learners will be able to apply the concepts in purchasing and supply management with reference to the real-world examples, trends and best practices. These concepts include supplier evaluation and selection, quality and measurement, worldwide sourcing, purchasing systems and contract management. The learners will also be equipped with negotiation skills and purchasing ethics.  contracts and ethics involved when negotiating with suppliers.

Supply Chain Management [60 hours]

In today’s business environment, individuals and businesses dealing with goods need to understand how successful logistics planning contribute to supply chain profitability.  In this module, learners will be equipped with the knowledge and skills in relation to the design and implementation of supply chain systems alongside technology and managerial practices.  Specifically, the learners will be taught to analyse the supply chain of a business with reference to the flow of products and information from the point of supply to the point of consumption in a global environment.   They will also discuss latest trends, industry’s best practices, types of global supply chain drivers and challenges for the supply chain of a business.

Warehousing and Inventory Management [60 hours]

Warehouse and inventory are integral parts to any supply chain. The efficient and effective operation of a warehouse and management of inventory have a large impact on the overall supply chain. In this module, the learners will be able to apply the concepts of warehouse operations and inventory management in a supply chain. They will formulate strategies to maximise efficiency in a warehouse such as identifying physical stock issues and providing resolution. They will also apply technologies like barcoding and RFID and other automated inventory mechanisms, and perform basic warehouse processes of receiving, putaway, pick and pack and distribution. The learners will also perform inventory, forecasting and apply fundamental approaches to inventory management.

  • Career Prospects

    Look forward to exciting and rewarding careers as:

    • Freight Executive
    • Inventory Planner
    • Supply Chain Specialist