Saskatchewan Polytechnic students eligible for Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation
June 2, 2020 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s partnership with Supply Chain Canada enables Supply Chain Management Post Graduate Certificate students to earn credit towards their Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation.
Sask Polytech Supply Chain Management graduates from April 2020 and onward with an overall cumulative average of 70 per cent or higher have advanced standing towards modules and workshops needed to achieve the SCMP designation.
“Saskatchewan Polytechnic is recognized for high quality, innovative training that prepares graduates for industry,” says Doug Rempel, dean (interim) for the Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Business and School of Information and Communications Technology. “This partnership with Supply Chain Canada represents a win-win scenario. We are excited about the opportunities the SCMP designation will provide to our Supply Chain Management graduates. Our partnership with Supply Chain Canada demonstrates that Saskatchewan Polytechnic and our students adhere to the highest standards of professional practice in Supply Chain Management.”
Sask Polytech and Supply Chain Canada are committed to supporting graduates of the Supply Chain Management Post Graduate Certificate program to be at the leading edge of supply chain throughout their careers, to improving the corporate performance of their organizations and to influencing the transformation of supply chain systems in Canada.
“We are pleased to announce that Saskatchewan Polytechnic signed an agreement with Supply Chain Canada this year, which will provide their Supply Chain Management Post Graduate Certificate program graduates with advanced standing towards the SCMP designation program,” says Nicole Burgess, Supply Chain Canada Saskatchewan executive director & CEO. “The SCMP designation is Canada’s principal and most sought-after professional designation for those entering the supply chain profession and advancing as leaders in supply chain.”
In addition to the academic requirements, SCMP candidates must also successfully complete the SCMP leadership residency and the final examination to receive their designation. All SCMP candidates must also satisfy the three-year work experience requirements, which can include employment, internships and co-op placements.
Learn more about Sask Polytech's Supply Chain Management Post Graduate Certificate.