15 Oct 2019


8:00 am - 6:00 pm


The CPSCM™ – THE Fortune 500 Certification Program of Choice™ is originally approved by The prestigious University of Houston (UoH), and accredited by the Center for Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Excellence (CA, USA). The CPSCM™ Certification Program captures the essence of the top issues and opportunities that purchasing and supply chain senior executives need to know and need to be doing to enable their success, delegates will have proven tools that not only demonstrate how the organization can do better today, but also leverage on research and practise that has been tested with dozens of executive interviews, hundreds of global corporations and with advanced higher education institutions as well.The CPSCM™ Graduation Program is for experienced practitioners and those who are in senior leadership positions. Everything learnt will be actionable immediately, with templates, process steps and examples to get your organization going. You will know exactly how to drive these strategies yourself, and will know how to drive them in your organization. This is not something that can be taught in any other seminar or certification series, nor should you be obtaining those other certification by ordering and reading books and taking exams.What if you could learn skills that would allow you to double your cost savings, slash negotiation cycle time, almost eliminate supplier excursions (because the focus shifts from fire fighting to prevention), and have 4 hours a day completely free on your calendar to focus on more strategic initiatives at your pace? What is it worth for you to gain the confidence, the skills, and the capabilities to outcompete every person in your Industry, and have the capability to double your revenue in just a few years? The architects of these powerful materials did just that with their careers, and now they are giving YOU these Insider Power Secrets of the Masters.


Attendance is a must for Directors, VPs, MDs, General Managers, Team Leads, Heads and Senior Managers of the following departments/divisions but not limited to:

  • Supply Chain
  • Procurement
  • Purchasing
  • Sourcing
  • Logistics
  • Supply
  • Buyer
  • Category / Materials
  • Legal
  • Contracts


Also attend if you are:

End user and engineering teams – because the program will focus on how to take cost out of the equation (in the product or service design itself) before the team ever go out to bid – which requires end user and engineering involvement. The program will examine the roles/responsibilities on the negotiation on team which they will be a part of. It will cover how to engage with these teams early to get better purchasing results, and finally walk the participant through how to redefine what is being purchased in terms of desired performance results which typically, only the end users can illustrate. End users are used to telling the organization what goods and services they want to buy and then often complain about the performance results.

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