The Diploma in Global Operations and Supply Chain Management is a one-year qualification offered on a part-time basis.
The Diploma is a one-year part-time course that will provide learners with the opportunity to take part in a structured educational programme that can assist them to develop the knowledge, skills and competencies in the field of Global Operations and Supply Chain Management. Learners will develop multi-disciplinary skills that will meet local, regional, and national needs. It will satisfy many of the skills required for an individual working in a Freight Transport, Logistics and Distribution environment, an area identified by the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs.
Starting in September 2017
Why Study for the Diploma in Global Operations & Supply Chain Management?
This programme is designed for those who wish to gain a qualification that will enable them to work in the Freight Transport, Distribution and Logistics (FTDL) sector in Ireland. The Expert Skills group on Future Skills Needs in their Report concluded that 13,500 to 15,500 FTDL job vacancies will become available over the next five years.
The Requirements for Entry
|Applicants must have a Level 6 Qualification or equivalent.|
|Mature learners who are over 23 years of age on January 1st 2017 may be deemed eligible to take the course depending on their prior learning, work experience, general education standard, motivation and commitment to the course|
How to Apply
|It is important that you fill out the online application form as fully as possible in order to make the best case possible to gain a place on the course.|
|On receipt of your application, the Dorset College will contact you and work with you through the application process. You may be requested to attend an interview to assess your suitability for your chosen course.|
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Why Study the Diploma in Global Operations and Supply Chain Management?
This programme was designed for those who can gain a qualification that will enable them to fill future vacancies in the Freight Transport, Distribution and Logistics (FTDL) sector in Ireland.
The Expert Skills group on Future Skills Needs in their Report states that 13,500 to 15,500 FTDL job vacancies will become available over the next five years.
What Modules will you Study?
|Life Skills for Success||Marketing|
|Project Management||Operations Management|
|Global Operations and Supply Chain Management||Business Finance|
|e-Business & Digital Marketing Strategy||Work Based Learning|
How is the Programme Assessed?
A range of assessment methods will be used including individual and group projects, presentations, poster displays, reflective journals, practical exercises and examinations.
Diploma in Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
Progression Opportunities for Graduates include the Bachelor of Business in International Business Level 8 Degree at Dorset College or related courses in other Colleges.
Career opportunities in logistics and supply chain management continue to grow. Even during downturns in the business cycle, when companies are cutting costs, the demand for able and experienced supply chain mangers remains high. Opportunities in logistics and supply chain management include the following:
Manufacturing, purchasing and procurement; quality management; inventory and materials management; forecasting and planning; business and systems analyst; operations and production management, retail support, transport and logistics, consultancy and research
|Business Advisor||Marketing Strategist|
|Supply Chain Manager||Resource Manager|
|Marketing Executive||Change Analyst|
Graduates may progress to complete a suitable Level 8 (Honours Bachelors) programme.
Fergus Studied for a B.A. in English Literature at University College Dublin and a MSc. Dublin Institute of TechnologyHe is presently studying for a PhD. in Public Sector Management. He is the programme leader for the Bachelor of Business at Dorset College and he lectures in Management, Communications and Marketing.
Fergus has extensive Lecturing and teaching experience ranging from teaching dis-advantaged teenagers to lecturing at degree level. Fergus’ Industry experience includes independent management consultancy in Ireland, England and Australia in Financial IT systems consultancy and Project Management & Process Training. Interests and Activities include: enjoys reading and cinema.
Rachel Ramirez Ward (B.A. / M.A. Masters in Organisational Behaviour)
Rachel lectures in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources at Dorset College. Rachel has worked as a lecturer and facilitator, with specialist experience in teaching international students from the USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia.
Rachel’s industrial experience covers the Business, Education, and Training sector as a training administrator and management consultant. Rachel studied for a B.A in Columbia University, NYC and for a Masters in organisational Behaviour at Trinity College Dublin.
Sharon Dillon Lyons (B.A. / M.A. Masters in Journalism / LLB)
Sharon lectures in Business Law at Dorset College. Sharon has a large amount of lecturing experience at Level 7 and 8 honours degree level. Significant experience in administration, journalism and legal profession. Sharon is a practising Barrister at Law in the Kings Inn in Dublin. Sharon studied for her B.A. in the University of Galway where she also studied for a masters in Journalism and her LLB.
Ryan Conradie holds a Masters of Business Administration: University of Wales 2012 (Project Management, Change, Operations, Finance). Six Sigma Black Belt: Aveta Business Solutions 2009. A Lean, Six Sigma Business manager with over 14 years experience in the services industry.
Specialised in the areas of Lean, Project and Change Management within Business Operations.
2013 Dorset College - Level 7 Lean Six Sigma
Start Dates: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 9/25/17 to 5/31/17
|Non EU Cost||€2,800.00|
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