Graduate Certificate of Supply Chain Innovation

Blended learning – on-campus and digital learning

This course is not available to international students.
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The Graduate Certificate of Supply Chain Innovation combines traditional supply chain management competencies with core leadership and management skills, innovative thinking and an introduction to emerging supply chain technologies.

Co-designed and co-delivered with industry partners, such as CEVA Logistics and Tableau, you’ll engage with experienced professionals, and learn using real-world insights, case histories and applied projects.
 
Valuable external accreditations embedded into this course include the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt – Certificate of Knowledge, and GS1 Academic certificate.
 
You’ll gain skills to critique global supply chain management principles and practices, and to develop holistic systems for logistics operations.
 
Along with core capabilities, you’ll develop an understanding of the complex challenges that come with rapidly changing business environments, and a world dependent on supply and demand.
 
Course entry is based on your previous study and/or relevant full-time work experience. This course can also provide an alternative entry into the Master of Supply Chain Innovation.
 
Graduates outcomes include roles in supply chain management, procurement and logistics management.

 

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Duration

1 year part-time

Intakes

Hawthorn (HE Block 1, Semester 1, Semester 2, Term 4) - View application and start dates

Study mode

  • Part-time

2021 Start Dates

Semester 1 - 01 March 2021
Semester 2 - 02 August 2021
Term 4 - 20 September 2021

2022 Start Dates

Semester 1 - 28 February 2022
Semester 2 - 01 August 2022
Term 4 - 19 September 2022