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Advanced Supply Chain, Procurement and Contract Management

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought to the fore just how endemic corruption has become. Companies that have never traded with anyone from the health sectors were awarded multimillion-rand tenders. In some instances, face masks were sold at 50 times their retail prices. The twin scourges of fraud and corruption are among the most significant purveyors of unemployment, inequality and poverty. Fraud and corruption result in the misallocation of resources, which are often squandered on expensive luxury goods and do not contribute to economic production. On the other hand, entrepreneurs and other vital and productive parts of our economy are denied investments, thus also resulting in poverty, unemployment and inequality.

Fraud in the public sector can also be viewed as a form of redistribution of scarce public resources, from the poor and the marginalised to those with social and political capital. According to the 2016 United Nations Economic Commission for Africa report, $100-million was awarded to ghost companies Another report, by Global Financial Integrity in 2013, shows that more than $1-trillion flows out of the African continent annually through illicit and corrupt means.   Prof. Tshilidzi Marwala

Course Outcomes

  • Integrating the Components of Supply Chain Management
  • Identifying Warning Signs of Unethical Practices
  • Applying Tools and Mechanisms to Prevent and Detect Unethical Practices
  • Establishing Procurement Processes that Reduces Risk of Procurement Fraud
  • Investigating Irregular Expenditures
  • Highlighting Key Concepts to Procurement and Contract Fraud
  • Understanding the Key Elements of Fraud and Common White-Collar Offences

Who should Attend?

  • Directors and Managers: SCM Procurement and Asset Management
  • Assistant and Deputy Directors: SCM, Procurement and Asset Management
  • Internal Auditors and External Auditors
  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Risk Managers
  • Financial and Operational Risk Managers
  • Programme and Risk Managers

 

This 5-day short course carries 20 credits towards the Higher Certificate in Management or the Diploma in Management NQF level 6.After successful completion of this 5 day course on Advanced Supply Chain, Procurement and Contract Management in the Public Sector, including the assignment/POE, the learner will receive 20 Credits from STADIO (formerly Southern Business School) for the subject Public Supply Chain Management (PSC100).The learner will be registered for non qualification purposes with STADIO for the subject. This Higher Certificate and Diploma are recognised as being of good standing upon successful completion and is quality assured with SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority).This course is aligned with the following SETA Unit Standards (US)SAQA US ID 243112 Manage the Tender Procurement Process andSAQA ID 377896 Administer Contracts for Goods, Works and Services in the Public Sector SAQA Qualification 67460

Our Accreditation Partner

In terms of the Higher Education Act, all courses and programmes offered by Business Schools resort under the Council on Higher Education’s Quality Committee (CHE QC) for assessment and quality-assurance purposes. All courses offered by STADIO are registered through the prescribed higher education processes and are subject to internal quality assurance processes as far as moderation, assessment and accreditation are concerned. When short courses are aligned to modules of formal academic programmes of STADIO, or SAQA Registered Unit standards, they are credit-bearing short courses. This status is also described in the Criterion Guideline document for Short Courses” from SAQA

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Date

Jul 25 - 29 2022

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All Day

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Jul 25 - 29 2022
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Premier Hotel

Location

Premier Hotel
Midrand
Intelligent Africa

Organiser

Intelligent Africa
Phone
+27 12 997 7676
Email
info@intelligentafrica.com
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