Routes to mcips

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This is the presentation of AGM of QCIPS Branch, Dated 4th Dec 2013.

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  • How to achieve MCIPSYou can follow one of four different pathways to achieve MCIPS status, which gives you the right to use the designatory letters after your name. These are: CIPS Professional Qualifications, Accredited Degree, Management Entry Route and Corporate Award Programme.Accredited university studies MCIPS is available to those who have completed a CIPS Accredited Degree program  at a recognised university.You may apply to upgrade to MCIPS once you have completed your degree and gained three years relevant work experience.Currently there are no accredited universities in the MNEA region however, students can undertake distance learning such as an the online MSc in Operations and Supply Chain Management through the University of Liverpool.Management Entry Route (MER)This pathway to MCIPS is for senior managers with more than ten years’ experience in strategic management. The non-exam approach will assess your experience, knowledge and responsibility through an online questionnaire. You will also need to complete a telephone interview.
  • Achieving professional qualifications is a major investment in your future. It takes hard work and commitment but the rewards are great. A professional qualification will enhance your current skills and practices and equip you with new skills, providing you with the professional tools to excel in your chosen field. Those with a professional qualification and membership of a professional body may be able to earn an additional £152,000 during their career.A professional qualification demonstrates your serious intent and commitment to being a better professional manager. This is a huge advantage when you’re looking to progress your career. CIPS is the world’s largest professional organisation for procurement and supply. We set the standards giving us credibility, expertise, knowledge and resources that are second to none. Our qualifications are designed to support your professional development as your career progresses. The qualifications consist of units that we have developed by working closely with employers across the work, to make sure they respond to the current business requirements. Where you’ll start and how you’ll progressWhere you begin your studies will depend on your qualifications and experience. CIPS Certificate and Advanced certificate in procurement and supply operations are for those in operational roles. Our diploma qualifications are aimed at those managing the procurement and supply function. We advise students to progress thorough the qualification in sequence to provide the underpinning knowledge needed to move up the qualifications ladder. If you already have qualifications You may be entitled to some exemptions from CIPS units.
  • Within each qualification level there are five units, as demonstrated here in the Diploma in Procurement and Supply qualification. The units are unique to that level and all have their own learning objective and entry requirements.
  • *Based on study centre price (classroom based) - £5,500 per level.Self study option - £4,422 Corporate AwardCompany Based Assignment programme (no exams)Class Room Training by experts in the fieldTwo Entry LevelsPractitioner Level – 5 ModulesAdvanced Practitioner - 6 ModulesEstimated Completion Time 12-18monthsMCIPS Achieved upon completion of Advanced PractitionerExamination RouteHighest Entry Point – Diploma LevelEstimated completion time is approximately 36-48monthsSelf Study (depending on location)MCIPS Achieved upon completion of Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Professional Diploma consisting of 15 modules x 3 hour written exams.
  • Initial discussions revolve around understanding the key objectives of the organisation.Skills analysis is via an online questionnaire. Can be supplemented with face to face interviews if required.We then design the course based on the organisation’s objectives and participant needs.Participants either enter the Practitioner programme which leads to Associate Membership status or, if they achieve CIPS the set benchmark, may go straight onto the Advanced practitioner programme which, on completion results in full membership and, providing the individual has attained 3 years experience in a responsible role in purchasing, permits them to use MCIPS after their name.80 – 100 hours of learning to achieve Practitioner80 – 100 hours of learning to achieve Advanced Practitioner
  • Practitioner programme leads to Diploma membership
  • Advanced practitioner programme leads to MCIPS
  • Routes to mcips

    1. 1. Routes to MCIPS Qatar AGM Stacey Forde, Business Development Manager December 2013 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    2. 2. People Development Routes to MCIPS Membership (MCIPS) Three years’ experience Academic Applied Learning By Experience Accredited CIPS Professional diploma CIPS Advanced diploma CIPS Corporate Award Advanced Practitioner Management Entry Route for senior practitioners Other approved qualifications e.g. relevant MBA CIPS Diploma Membership Academic Applied Learning • CIPS Diploma • CIPS Corporate Award Practitioner 2 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    3. 3. People Development CIPS Qualifications Certificate in procurement and supply organisations Advanced certificate in procurement and supply operations Diploma in procurement and Supply • Principles • Functions Unit titles: • Processes • Administration • Stakeholders Unit titles: • Business needs • Environments • Sourcing • Operations • Negotiating and contracting • Workflow • Inventory and logistics • Relationships MCIPS Unit titles: • Contexts Unit titles: Advanced diploma in procurement and supply Professional diploma in procurement and supply • Managing contracts and relationships Unit titles: Core un its• Leadership Core units • Management • Corporate and business strategy • Managing risks • Strategic supply chain management • Improving competitiveness of supply chains Optional units Select two of three: • Category management • Sustainability • Operations management Optional units Select two of three: • Supply chain diligence • Programme and project management • Legal aspects in procurement and supply (UK) 3 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    4. 4. Diploma in Procurement and Supply – (Level 4) Contexts of Procurement and Supply •On completion of this unit, candidates will be able to: •Offer advice and guidance to main stakeholders on the application of the sourcing process and understand supply chains which organisations operate in. Business Needs in Procurement and Supply •On completion of this unit, candidates will understand practices that help achieve value for money solutions in procurement. •This unit explores a variety of elements that underpin the development of criteria. It also considers the options that should be explored when procurement and supply personnel are involved in defining requirements. Sourcing in Procurement and Supply •On completion of this unit, candidates will be able to apply a set of appropriate tools and techniques that can assess sourcing options available to organisations when procuring goods, services or works from external suppliers. This unit identifies sound approaches to sourcing activities that assess the commercial and technical capabilities of organisations to help achieve the right choice of supplier. Negotiating and Contracting in Procurement and Supply •On completion of this unit, candidates will be able to Identify approaches to achieve negotiated agreements with external organisations and recognise the use of legal terms that should regulate commercial agreements. This unit analyses approaches to the negotiation of agreements made with external parties and the formation of legally binding contracts. There can be conflict over performance issues on costs, timing and quality of supplies. This should involve negotiation to achieve required outcomes. Managing Contracts and Relationships in Procurement and Supply •On completion of this unit, candidates will be able to apply methods to improve supplier performance recognising the need for a structured approach when dealing with performance and relationship issues. This unit concentrates on approaches to contract and supplier relationship management involving stakeholders in these processes. Personnel involved in creating contracts and relationships with external organisations need to ensure outcomes that achieve organisational requirements including costs, quality, risk management and timing. Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    5. 5. Study anywhere… ..in the world. A range of flexible options to suit you. CIPS study centre • Allows you to study at a respected college or university, or with an approved CIPS training provider • Offer a range of flexible learning options. Self study • Offers flexibility to work at your own pace • Can enrol utilising the course books or with CIPS Learning Academy 5 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    6. 6. Assessment All the units in CIPS qualifications are assessed by an examination. For example, the Diploma has five units and an exam for each unit. CIPS hold three exam series each year around the world. Study sessions 6 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    7. 7. CIPS Accreditation… Level 4 Diploma in Procurement & Supply Practitioner (Associate Member) Corporate Award 12-18 Months Advanced Practitioner (MCIPS) Corporate Award 12-15 Months Level 5 Advanced Diploma Organisational study Individual study Level 6 Professional Diploma (MCIPS) 36 Months (average 12 months per level) Individual Accreditation (MCIPS) Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    8. 8. Corporate Award • • • • • • • • • • • Organisational objectives An applied learning program A business improvement program Designed to meet organizational needs A route to MCIPS professional accreditation Enjoyable and fun learning environment Suited to local environment Case studies and examples No exams Written assignments Practitioner programme Interesting projects Measureable impact Skills analysis (SKQ) Course design Advanced practitioner programme Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    9. 9. People Development Corporate Award - Example Practitioner Timetable (2 days) (2 days) Managing expenditures with suppliers (2 days) (2 days) Module 5 Effective negotiation in procurement and supply Module 4 Sourcing essentials in procurement and supply Module 3 Driving value through procurement and supply Module 2 Module 1 INDUCTION Achieve Diploma membership in 12–15 months Developing contracts in procurement and supply (2 days) ASSIGNMENT 1 ASSIGNMENT 2 ASSIGNMENT 3 INTEGRATIVE ASSIGNMENT 3,000 WORDS 3,000 WORDS 3,000 WORDS 5,000 WORDS 9 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    10. 10. People Development Corporate Award - Example Advanced Practitioner Timetable Implementing change in procurement and supply chain management( 2 days) ASSIGNMENT 3 ASSIGNMENT 4 3,000 WORDS 3,000 WORDS 3,000 WORDS Client choice: Client specific, SRM, Legal aspects, Suppl y chain sustainability, Operations management (2 days) PROJECT & ORAL PRESENTATION ASSIGNMENT 2 3,000 WORDS (2 days) Module 6 Developing people in procurement and supply chain management (2 days) Module 5 Module 4 Contracting excellence in procurement and supply chain management (2 days) ASSIGNMENT 1 Advanced category management in procurement and supply chain management Module 3 Strategic supply chain management (2 days) Module 2 Module 1 INDUCTION Achieve MCIPS in approximately 18 months 10,000 WORDS 10 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    11. 11. Any questions…. 11 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
    12. 12. People Development Learning and Development Paths Senior/Experienced Management Management Entry Route The brightest and best Corporate Award Senior procurement professionals Professional diploma Senior buyers and contract managers Advanced diploma Junior to middle managers Diploma Operational procurement people Advanced certificate Part-time, non procurement and new starters Certificate All Skills training WHO WHAT 12 Leading global excellence in procurement and supply
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