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08 Jan - 10 Jan. 2019 Procurement Strategy Development Dubai U.A.E
Full

The aim of this course is to enable participants to develop and implement category based procurement strategies, hereby:
• Clearly understand corporate procurement strategy options
• Manage tools and methods to implement strategies in business units
• Align procurement systems, processes and functions with the procurement spend and risk profile of the organisation
• Focus on significant high risk/high spending accounts

 

14 Jan - 18 Jan. 2019 Advanced Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 3 - CIPS Accredited Putrajaya Malaysia
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with a clear understanding of:

  • Advanced Procurement Planning. To develop the capacity to manage supply markets, risks, systems and procurement planning processes
  • Advanced Contract Management. To develop the capacity to manage bid evaluation, contract development and contract administration processes
  • Advanced Communication and Negotiation Skills. To identify and improve the communication, negotiation and personal professional development skills required by those involved in advanced level procurement.
15 Jan - 18 Jan. 2019 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Geneva Switzerland
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist
22 Jan - 25 Jan. 2019 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Nairobi Kenya
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist
05 Feb - 08 Feb. 2019 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Dubai U.A.E
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist
11 Feb - 15 Feb. 2019 Advanced Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 3 - CIPS Accredited Nairobi Kenya
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with a clear understanding of:

  • Advanced Procurement Planning. To develop the capacity to manage supply markets, risks, systems and procurement planning processes
  • Advanced Contract Management. To develop the capacity to manage bid evaluation, contract development and contract administration processes
  • Advanced Communication and Negotiation Skills. To identify and improve the communication, negotiation and personal professional development skills required by those involved in advanced level procurement.
19 Feb - 22 Feb. 2019 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Bangkok Thailand
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist
26 Feb - 01 Mar. 2019 Public Procurement Reform Implementation Bangkok Thailand
Free

The Public Procurement Reform Implementation Programme introduces participants to a toolkit for supporting evidence based public procurement policy development and practice transformation. Participants are enabled to work effectively with stakeholders who identify both problems and opportunities, and to frame cost effective interventions that promote constructive reform in public procurement systems, practices, policies and procedures.

04 Mar - 08 Mar. 2019 Diploma in Strategic Public Procurement, Level 4 - CIPS Accredited Istanbul Turkey
Full

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • Strategic Development Skills. To develop strategies for significant procurement, including involvement in organizatonal strategic and financial planning and to organize and manage strategic procurement activities.
  • Strategic Negotiation Skills. To improve the strategic communication and negotiation skills, including the management of commercial and legal considerations in negotiations, bargaining and conflict and resolution processes.
  • Advanced Contract Management. To develop the capacity to manage strategic supply, services and conflict resolution processes.
19 Mar - 22 Mar. 2019 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited New York United States
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist