Diploma in Procurement and Supply

Diploma in Procurement and Supply2018-08-10T11:16:11+00:00

The CIPS Diploma in Procurement and Supply is ideal for people moving into junior and middle management procurement roles or those supervising the procurement function.  It focuses on how organisational procedures and processes perform in procurement and supply. The Diploma addresses planning and forecasting for future demand, forward planning for contract development, negotiating volumes, margins and standards, creating and controlling specifications, and contract management. It also covers the supply market and chain, negotiating with suppliers, conflict resolution and performance review.  It consists of five units, all of which are assessed through a written examination.

CIPS Level 4 – Course Units

Distance Learning

£1,425+VAT
  • Blended Learning £2,050 +VAT

The Diploma in Procurement and Supply Results

Contexts of Procurement and Supply 85%
Business Needs in Procurement and Supply 63%
Negotiating and Contracting 100%
Managing Contracts and Relationships 40%
Sourcing in Procurement and Supply 100%

Course Details

Entry Requirements

You will need to have completed either the CIPS Certificate in Procurement and Supply Operations, the CIPS Advanced Certificate in Procurement and Supply or the CIPS International Advanced Certificate in Purchasing and Supply. Alternatively, you will need either two years’ experience in a business environment or two A-level qualifications /international equivalents.

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Online Learning System – Two Week Free Trial

Our Student Online E-learning System provides learning support for students studying CIPS. You will be given access to webinars, podcasts, course notes, text book references, web site references, examples and analysis of exam questions, self-progress tests, PowerPoint slides and podcasts to act as aide memoirs to each section and video provided by The Oxford Learning Lab.

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