Procurement and Logistics

Programme Description

The Short programme on Procurement and Logistics provides fundamental information on the principles, procedures, terminology, techniques and tools used in the field of purchasing and supply management.

Successful procurement and logistics management is the key for effective management in all sorts of businesses. This programme encompasses warehousing, physical distribution, inventory concept, transportation logistics, procurement concept and global logistics systems.

Learning Outcomes / Key Takeaways

In this programme you will be able to:

  1. Negotiate with suppliers and manage supplier performance and contracts.
  2. Understand the concept of “strategic procurement”.
  3. Develop specifications.
  4. Think strategically about their procurement procedures and processes.
  5. Research suppliers and markets for goods and services.
  6. Understand the benefits of aggregation.
  7. Understand what drives suppliers and themarkets they operate in.
  8. Understand and identify the impact of logistic toward organization and economy to make sure goods reach the final consumers in right quality, right quantity, right time andright place.
  9. Understand the concept of warehousing and storage that is one of the areas which contribute to huge losses to organization.
  10. Understand the importance of Inventory Management that involved in order processing, inventory, among others.

Module 1:Master Scheduling

  • Bar Coding
  • Materials Requirements Planning
  • Capacity Management
  • Production Activity Control & Purchasing

Module 2: Physical Inventory & Warehouse management

  • Independent Demand Ordering Systems
  • Order
  • Quantities
  • Physical Distribution
  • Just in Time Manufacturing & TQM
  • Economic Order Quantity – EOQ
  • Breaking Down EOQ
  • How Inventory Impacts Cash-Flow Planning
  • Factoring in Reorder point

Module 3: Management Functions

  • Fundamentals of Procurement
  • Tendering and Contracting Procedures
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Procurement Planning

Module 4: Bid Opening, Evaluation and Award of Contract

  • Bidding Documents
  • Bidding Procedures
  • Methods of Procurement
  • Project Cycle Management
  • Ethical Considerations in Procurement

Module 5: Fundamentals of Contract Law & Introduction to Materials Management

  • Fraud Detection and Control
  • Contract Management
  • Legal Aspect of Procurement
  • Negotiation
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Incoterms
  • Managing Change
  • Strategic Planning
  • Inventory Fundamentals
  • Forecasting
  • Production Planning System

Each module focuses on clear objectives and skill demonstrations that can be easily linked to real life instances.

Well-balanced theoretical and practical methodology, which includes interactive discussions, case studies, interactive activities/exercises and assignments to understand the concepts and their applicability.

– 5-Day Training
– Module Notes
– Stationary
– Nationally Recognized and Internationally Accredited Certification
– Tea/Coffee Breaks
– Working Lunches

Participants must have attended the sessions at least 80% in order to receive a CERTIFICATE from Bangkok School of Management.

FEELocationCalendar (2020)Pre-Booking

USD 2150 / per person

( Exclusive of VAT )


Group Discount

- 2-4 pax: 2.5%    
- 5-7 pax: 5%
- 8-10 pax: 10%
- 11-13 pax: 15%
- 14-16 pax: 20%


Bangkok, Thailand

January 6 - 10
February 3 - 7
March 2 - 6
April 6 - 10
May 18 - 22
June 8 - 12
July 13 - 17
August 3 - 7
September  7 - 11
October 5 - 9
November 2 - 6
December 14 - 18

Reserve your seats now! No CREDIT CARD required.

BSM Certification is recognized nationally by Thailand Ministry of Education & Internationally accredited by Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC, U.K.)

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