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  • PRG Agenda Item 5.2.7 New Course Proposal Faculty of Business & Law Date of Report:30/03/2005 Course ID: NPC000000000026 Course Name Host Faculty Supply Chain Storage and Distribution Faculty of Business & Law Subject Area Host School MGMT Management Catalogue Number Faculty Contact Name XXXXX Dr Lee Di Milia Phone Number 9422 Functional Area Status Secretariat Assigned Assigned To Section Resources Sub-Committee 1.Campus of Offering 2.Units of Credit 7.Term and Year of First Offering 6 Term 1 Year 2006 4.Mode of Study 3.Program Type 10 Bachelor's Pass External 21 Diploma (AQF terminology)/Associate Diploma (pre-AQF terminology) 22 Other undergraduate award program 5.Available to all Programs at that level? Yes 6.Year of Course Offered Advanced Flexible 8.Academic Plans and ASCED Code 080399 9.Does Course replace existing Course? No 10.If Yes, please list the old course name and course code. If No, please provide details concerning EFTSU allocation Allocated from Bachelor of Business (Specialisation) CA01 EFTSU allocation 11.List the programs where course may be offered Bachelor of Business (Sepcialisation) (CA01) Diploma in Procurement and Supply 1 of 4
  • PRG Agenda Item 5.2.7 New Course Proposal Faculty of Business & Law Date of Report:30/03/2005 Course ID: NPC000000000026 12.Industrial Experience Component? 14.Pass/Fail Grading Only? 16.Structure of Presentation No Yes 13.Graded Course? 15.Full Year Course Combination? Yes No 17.Graduate Attributes for Course Completion of this course will contribute to graduates of CQU having the following attributes: . enthusiasm for and commitment to their work; . self-confidence in managing themselves and others; . critical, creative and strategic thinking; . capability in and commitment to upholding professional values and ethics; . willingness to challenge current knowledge and thinking; . frequent reflection on and realistic evaluation of their performance and their plans to achieve personal and professional goals; . readiness to participate in and ambition to lead regional and global societies, in both professional and personal roles. 18.Teaching faculties and % contribution Faculties % Contribution Business and Law 100 0 0 0 19.Prerequisite(s) Procurement and Supply Management 20.Corequisite(s) Nil 21.Rationale for offering the course, including reference to relevant mission statements and strategic plan Central Queensland University has been involved with the provision of undergraduate tertiary education for the procurement and supply profession in Australia and nearby countries since 1989. The university offered continuing education programs for the Australian Institute of Purchasing and Materials Mangement(AIPMM) from 1989 on i.e. the Diploma in Purchasing and Materials Management (AIPMM) and the Advanced Diploma in Purchasing and Materials Management (AIPMM). Because of the regulations governing universities in Australia, these programs were delivered by the CQU, but awarded by the AIPMM. Since 1995 the university has offered an award program - the Bachelor of Business (Purchasing and Materials Management) which was provided for graduates of the Advanced Diploma, and was the first undergraduate program offered in Australia for purchasing and supply professionals. Given that the AIPMM has been taken over by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, and given the continuing demand for the Procuremment and Supply programs it is now proposed to offer a complete specialisation in Procurement and Supply within the current Bachelor of Business award program. The Diploma and Advanced Diploma will no longer be available as from 2005. This application for approval of the changes to the program to include a new specialisation on Procurement and Supply is based on the need to maintain opportunities for students who were studying in those programs and for new students who wish to pursue specialisation in Procurement and Supply. The specialisation is based on courses which were available in the continuing education programs. These will now be available in the award programs. The specialisation has been further developed as necessary to meet the requirements of CIPS accreditation. This course is required in the proposed specialisation. 2 of 4
  • PRG Agenda Item 5.2.7 New Course Proposal Faculty of Business & Law Date of Report:30/03/2005 Course ID: NPC000000000026 22.Objective(s) in terms of learning outcomes and/or skills development On satisfactory completion of this course, you will be able to: . Understand and explain the role of warehousing in a range of businesses and appreciate the interfaces between materials management and warehousing in the logistic process. . Understand and explain the role of physical distribution in a range of businesses and appreciate the interfaces between materials management and physical distribution in the logistic process. . Understand and explain warehousing principles and practices. . Understand and explain physical distribution principles and practices. . Demonstrate a knowledge of the practical application of warehousing and physical distribution management techniques. . Identify and collect information relevant to solving problems with warehousing and physical distribution management. . Evaluate the warehousing and physical distribution requirements and management in an organisation. University Generic Skills 1. Ability to apply discipline related theory to practice in both familiar and uunfamiliar situations. 2. Good conceptual ability and skills in analysis and problem solving 3. Ability to be information literate 4. Ability to understand and communicate in writing with people from many backgrounds 5. Be able to participate in continued learning and intellectual development and develop critical, reflective and creative thinking. 6. Work independently 23.Proposed Textbook Not applicable 24.Proposed Type of Assessment · Assignment 1 - 20% The first assessment will involve practical and theoretical learning associated with the management of the storage and distribution of goods in a supply chain. Learning tasks will involve critical reflection and assessment of approaches to planning and organising the flow of goods from source to sink, and as indicated in course objectives. · Assignment 2 - 20% The second assessment will involve critical review tasks intended to engage the students in assessing the performance of an organisation’s performance in its supply chain, with particular reference to the storage and distribution of goods. Various functions within an organisation will be involved in these processes. Learning tasks will involve critical reflection and assessment of approaches to storage and distribution practices, and other skills as ascribed by the course objectives · Exam 60% The examination is intended to draw on individual critical understanding and appreciation of the management of storage and distributioon of goods. The examination will encompass a number of key issues in storage and distribution including the inter-organisational arrangements, the overall strategic approach to storage and distribution, and the approaches to these topics in a number of specific areas such as with manufacturing where for example a JIT approach may be appropriate. 25.Outline of Topics addressed Week Topic 1 Role of storage and distribution in the supply chain 2 Customer service requirements of storage and distribution 3 Managing stocks throughout the supply chain 4 Distribution pipeline 5 Interface of the storage and distribution functions with sales and marketing 6 Setting up warehouse and distribution centres for an unknown future 7 Freight transportation issues 8 Receiving and shipping systems 9 Warehouse management systems and challenges 10 Distribution systems and challenges 11 Case studies on storage and distribution 12 Predicted Developments in modern storage and distribution 3 of 4
  • PRG Agenda Item 5.2.7 New Course Proposal Faculty of Business & Law Date of Report:30/03/2005 Course ID: NPC000000000026 26.Synopsis for PeopleSoft Higher Education This course involves the study of the warehousing and physical distribution of goods. Transportation, warehousing, packaging, unitisation, receipt and dispatch of goods are all topics addressed. The management of the processes is the key issue and the costs and organisation of operations are dealt with specifically. A Supply chain focus is adopted so that the aim is that goods are distributed seamlessly between organisations, that the distribution becomes an effective pipeline from the source to the sink. In this context inventories are sometimes necessary but are limited to the minimum required to provide expected service levels to customers. Note that all goods supplied to an organisation must be distributed to that organisation, hence this course is of interest to purchasing staff responsible for incoming supply as well as staff responsible for the storage and distribution of those goods. 27.Statement on (a) current resources to be used and (b) additional resources needed (staff, library, computing, equipment, space and distance education support) Resources are currently available for the support of the continuing education course which this will replace. These resources will be made available for the proposed award course. 28.Statement from all other Deans, to indicate they have had the opportunity to contribute to the Course, and indicating their support for, and where appropriate, their ability to resource the delivery of the proposed course To be obtained and attached 29.Statement of Accreditation, where applicable. If the Course is a component of an accredited Program state what steps have been taken to ensure accreditation status of the Program is maintained Course is a required component of a new degree specialisation which has been accredited by the CIPS UK. 30.Accreditation Review Cycle (Years) 3 Date Approved Faculty Approvals Planning & Development Committee 17/03/2005 Education Committee 7/03/2005 Dean 17/03/2005 Resource Divisions Approvals Date Approved rector, Divison of Facilities Management Director, Div of Teaching & Learning Services Director, Information Technolody Division Director, Divison of Library Services Program Review Group Date Approved Program Review Group University Approvals Date Approved Academic Board Education Committee of Academic Board Academic Board 4 of 4