|SCM 5000: Distribution 1|
|SCM 5001: Supply and Demand 1|
|SCM 5002: Business Processes 1|
|SCM 5003: Logistics Technology|
|SCM 5004: Purchasing/Supplier Management|
|SCM 5005: Business Communications|
|SCM 5500: Distribution 2|
|SCM 5501: Supply and Demand 2|
|SCM 5502: Business Processes 2|
|SCM 5503: International Logistics|
|SCM 5504: SCM: Competitive Advantage|
|SCM 5505: Supply Chain Integrative Project|
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Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Students in this program use Microsoft applications Excel and MapPoint. We also do on-site visits to many industries to see best practices in supply chain management.
Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning and Supply Chain Canada have reached an agreement that will provide an efficient path for graduates of Humber’s full-time, day, Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management Program to pursue their Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) designation.
A group of Humber Supply Chain Management students impressed judges and made it into the top six of The Fresh Connection Supply Chain Case Competition.
Supply chain expertise helps companies manage goods and services locally and around the globe.
The supply chain sector is expanding rapidly in Canada, and an educated workforce is recognized as vital to every successful company’s strategy.
Potential career opportunities in this sector include operations planner; purchasing agent; supply chain analyst; business process analyst; and warehouse, transportation and logistics co-ordinator positions in major Canadian companies. Graduates are well-positioned for a progressive career in management.
Whether it’s sourcing materials, manufacturing goods, or the warehousing and distribution of products, more than three quarters of a million Canadians already work in supply chain roles for private companies, governments, charities and other organizations. According to the Careers in Supply Chain website, more than 27,000 supply chain positions in Canada sit unfilled, and another 66,000 openings are anticipated each year for the next five years.
Employers of recent Supply Chain Management graduates include Canadian Tire Corporation, UPS, Xerox, Suncor, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart, Loblaw, Sobeys, Shoppers Drug Mart, Nestlé, SCI, TJX, Sleep Country Canada and a multitude of other smaller organizations.
Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC)
This program is recognized by the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC) as an accredited program.
Supply Chain Canada
Graduates of the program who meet the GPA requirements are eligible for advanced standing in a number of modules leading to the CSCMP designation offered by the Supply Chain Canada.
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Watch the video to learn about the Supply Chain Management program from students and faculty.
2018 SCMA Case Competition
Mon, February 26, 2018
A team from Humber's Supply Chain Post Graduate Certificate program competed in the SCMA annual case competition and advanced to the national finals.
Approximately 30 teams competed in the cross Canada competition, simulcast from the University of Calgary, St. Mary's University (Halifax) and the McMaster Degroote School of Business in Burlington. The team advanced as one of the top five to the National round. Congratulations to Humber's SCMA case team on their achievement.
2018 APICS Case Competition
Mon, February 26, 2018
A team from Humber's Supply Chain Post Graduate Certificate program advanced from the APICS initial case competition in October.
The team competed against 200 teams from around the world and qualified for the regional case competition that took place simultaneously on February 23-24 in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Chicago, Costa Mesa, Mexico City, Parsippany, and Toronto. Congratulations to Humber's APICS case team for advancing to the regional round.
Supply Chain Management Students Make a Fresh Impression
Mon, February 06, 2017
A group of Humber Supply Chain Management students impressed judges and made it into the top 6 of The Fresh Connection Supply Chain Case Competition.
Gaya Mohapatra, Kaileigh Wicha, Sukhveer Dhaliwal, Pradip Sharma and Tomas Suliman competed against 15 other teams at the District level after beating a number of other college teams from the Greater Toronto Area.
The Fresh Connection APICS Global Student Challenge is an annual competition between student teams from across the world. Students work together in teams of four to make the best strategic and tactical choices for the value chain to save the virtual company, The Fresh Connection, from financial ruin.
Each team member becomes either Vice President Purchasing, Vice President Operations, Vice President Sales or Vice President Supply Chain. Together they have to make the company profitable again by getting the highest possible return on investment.
“To win the competition, our students used a secret strategy that we teach – we call it collaboration,” says Angelo Crupi, Supply Chain Management program coordinator.
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Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology Events
ICT Work Preparation Course
Mon, October 05, 2020
Congratulations to the Computer Engineering Technology and Computer Systems Technician programs students who have been accepted into the co-op stream.
The mandatory Work Preparation course (WRK099) will start the week of October 5, 2020. Check your email for the dates and times that the course will be offered. All work preparation sessions will be conducted through BlackBoard
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Virtual Career Fair - A Career in Mining is More than you think!
Mon, November 16, 2020 | 10:00 AM to Sun, January 17, 2021 | 07:00 PM
MiHR's Online Mining Job Fair Returns!
Back by popular demand, the Mining Industry Human Resources Council's (MiHR) fourth Virtual Career Fair (VCF): A Career in Mining is More Than You Think returns on November 16 and 17, 2020. Twenty-seven mining companies and nearly 800 job seekers participated in our September 2019 VCF, benefiting from the opportunity to discuss the mining industry and available job positions in a user-friendly online format. The VCF is FREE for job seekers!
Did you know Toronto is the mining investment capital of the world? Explore career and work-integrated learning opportunities in the Canadian Minerals Sector right here in the GTHA, across Canada or around the world! From extraction and milling to support services (eg. IT, Engineering, GIS, Telecommunications, Financing, Environmental), to Manufacturing and Fabrication to Exploration, there is a place for you! This is a fantastic opportunity for students in Engineering Technology, ICT, Project Management, Supply Chain Management and Business. Details on how to register can be found here > https://mihr.vfairs.com/en/
Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology News
ICT Capstone Project Expo 2020
Tue, May 19, 2020
Bachelor of Industrial Design Thesis Show 2020
Thu, March 12, 2020
Supply Chain Management Annual Career Networking Event
Wed, March 11, 2020
The annual Supply Chain Management Career Fair was another very successful event hosted by Work Placement Services.
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