SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
TIME:Morning or Afternoon
NOC CODE:1215PROGRAM OUTLINE
Within the Canadian economy, businesses of every kind require Supply Chain Management professionals who are essential for coordinating all activities in relation to the movement of goods and services on a local and global scale.
To ensure a seamless system, companies require well-rounded and highly trained individuals who are prepared for supervisory level roles in the industry. Graduates will have learned all of the necessary skills needed for success in their careers, in addition to maintaining current knowledge of Microsoft Office applications as they are used in today’s workplaces.
- 3-month Internship
- Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) Certificate eligibility
- Supply Chain Management Association student membership
- Industry-leading guest speakers
- Microsoft Office, Microsoft Imagine Standard and Windows are included in the program fees
The Supply Chain Management postgraduate program will qualify grads to pursue positions such as: Logistics Supervisor, Warehouse Distribution Supervisor, Inventory Control Supervisor, Export Traffic Supervisor, Air Transport Operations Supervisor, Procurement Supervisor, and much more.
Note: Some career and education options may require advanced degrees, further training or experience.
There is a shortage of freight forwarding jobs that is projected to grow to around 200,000 by 2020. It will reach as many as 240,000 by 2024.Source: "Infographic: Top 10 Logistics and Supply Chain Factsof 2014 | Morailogistics.com." Infographic: Top 10 Logistics and SupplyChain Facts of 2014 | Morailogistics.com.
EMPLOYERS WHO HAVE HIRED triOS GRADUATES
- Molson Coors Brewing Co.
- Ryder Logistics
- Unilever Canada
- Walmart Canada
- and More!
Average Wage ($/hr) - $22.00
High Wage ($/hr) - $35.00
Successful graduates of this program who meet the requirements for the associated courses will achieve a Certificate in International Freight Forwarding from the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA). The certificate is nationally recognized within the international transportation and international trade logistics industries.
A College Diploma (CAAT or PCC), or a Degree (minimum ’C+’ average or cumulative 2.5 GPA)
Acceptable combination of related work experience and post-secondary education as judged by the College (applicants must submit a resume that includes details of work experience)
Five years of work experience in the supply chain management field as judged by the College to be equivalent (applicants must submit a resume that includes details of work experience)
Demonstrated proficiency in English
***Accreditation Policy: Like all post-secondary institutions in Ontario, triOS College reserves the right to accept or deny advanced standing into its programs.***
MODULAR LEARNING EXPERIENCE UNLIKE ANY OTHER
WE HAVE BROKEN THE MOULD ON TRADITIONAL TRAINING. THIS MEANS NO MORE SEMESTERED SYSTEMS THAT LEAVE YOU WITH WEEKS AND MONTHS BETWEEN COURSES. AT triOS, OUR PROGRAMS ARE BUILT ON A MODULAR SYSTEM. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR YOU?
IT MEANS STUDYING ONE COURSE AT A TIME SO YOU CAN FOCUS.