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Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) Diploma Level 4 and 5 give you key knowledge and skills for employment and success in LSCM and Business.

Diploma Level 4 and 5 are equivalent to 1st and 2nd year university, recognized internationally and by SAQA, leading to final year of a Bachelors Degree.

The Modules include learning material, 24/7 tutoring, webinars, videos, exercises, other support, a Certificate for each Module and 2 Diplomas: Level 4 and 5.

The Duration of each Level 4 and 5 is +/- 12 months, total +/- 24 months, depending on your progress and time available.

Entry Criteria

Level 4 – School leaver, 18 years old
Level 5 – Level 4 or equivalent

Level 4 Modules

Logistics and the Business Environment, including strategies and challenges to optimize supply chain efficiency in today’s dynamic economy.

Operations and Logistics Management, covering planning, resource optimization and supply chain efficiency for effective business operations.

Finance and Accounting principles, practices and skills needed for sound financial decision-making in diverse business environments.

Communication in Business including interpersonal, written and presentation skills crucial for success and organizational effectiveness.

Leading and Managing Teams including skills and strategies for effective collaboration, motivation and decision-making to drive success.

Writing and Research Skills and practical application for effective communication, analysis, reports and presentations.

Level 5 Modules

The Entrepreneurial Manager – develop the skills and qualities of successful entrepreneurial management.

Business Planning and Goal Setting – how to do a business plan, achieve and monitor success in new and existing businesses.

Managing in Today’s World with rapid change, technology, governance, equity, diversity, environmental and other issues.

Organisation Structures – how they function and affect motivation, performance and growth in different organisations.

Performance Management principles including motivation, rewards, training and development for high performance.

Marketing and Sales essentials including markets, customers, competition, advertising, branding and social media.

Practical Accounting Analysis – practical exercises in accounting analysis to assess and improve business performance.

Quantitative Skills – practical calculations, exercises and applications within the context of business and decision-making.

Business Law essentials including laws of contract, employment, companies, directors and international trade.

Politics and Business – how they impact each-other and the economy, including growth, employment, trade and finance.