Supply Chain

Supply Chain & Logistics

Supply chain and logistics continue to evolve and areas such as handling raw materials, purchasing, transportation and distribution are intersecting. Join a dynamic and multi-faceted field that powers the global economy.

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    In-Class: Instructor-led classes held in-person at one or more of our 4 campuses.
    Hybrid: Instructor-led classes on a set schedule held remotely on video over the Internet, with some courses delivered in-person at one of our 4 campuses.
    Remote: Instructor-led classes on a set schedule, held remotely live on video over the Internet.
    Online: Flexible schedule with a set weekly pace and the support of facilitators when you need it; delivered over the Internet.
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    Type

    Diploma

    Duration

    61 Weeks

    Internship

    16 Weeks

    Program Outline

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    About The Program

    The Supply Chain and Logistics diploma program offers a 4-month field placement for students to gain hands-on experience and build their professional network. Supply chain management courses will take you through the entire system involved in moving a product from the raw material stage to the end consumer. It links together multiple processes including the movement, planning and timing of materials to save costs and meet demands while logistics focuses on the movement of goods.

     

    Career Opportunities

    The Supply Chain and Logistics program will qualify grads to pursue positions such as Logistics Coordinator, Dispatcher, Purchasing Agent, Materials Management Analyst, Scheduler, Loss Prevention Agent and Cargo and Freight Agent.

    Employers Who Have Hired Eastern Grads

     

    • K&T Transport Ltd.
    • Armour Transportation Systems
    • Canadian Forces
    • Day And Ross
    • Cavendish Farms
    • Irving Oil

     

     

    Salary

    93 %

    Employment Rate*

    $ 16

    Average Wage/hr**

    $ 28

    High Wage/hr**

    *Employment Rate based on 2019 contactable Eastern graduates employed in a related field.

    Source: workingincanada.gc.ca

    NOC Code: 1521- **Wage data rounded down to the nearest dollar and based on Nova Scotia data. Average wage doesn't reflect the starting salary but represents the middle value between lowest to highest wages. Local (or regional) income may vary. Last updated in July 2021.

    Available Learning Options

    At Eastern College, you can choose the learning option that meets your needs. This program is currently available in:

    In-Class

    Instructor-led classes held in-person at one or more of our 4 campuses.

    Supply Chain & Logistics

    Duration: 61 Weeks

    Internship: 16 Weeks

    Program Outline NB

    Program Outline NS

    Remote

    Instructor-led classes on a set schedule, held remotely live on video over the Internet.

    Supply Chain & Logistics

    Duration: 61 Weeks

    Internship: 16 Weeks

    Program Outline NB

    Online

    Flexible schedule with a set weekly pace and the support of facilitators when you need it; delivered over the Internet.

    Supply Chain (Online)

    Duration: 33 Weeks (FT); 66 Weeks (PT)

    Internship: Unavailable

    Program Outline NB

    Program Details

    Are you organized and driven by the details? Do you enjoy working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment? Today’s complex global market has continued to evolve and many areas such as handling raw materials, purchasing, transportation and distribution are intersecting. This requires capable, well-rounded professionals who can multi-task to meet a variety of challenges within the field. Training in logistics and supply chain will help you confidently manage core processes, goods and services, and understand the Canadian economic system and how Canadian businesses relate to the global marketplace.

    The Supply Chain and Logistics program equips you with the skills to be successful in the supply chain sector including supply and demand forecasting, project management, operational planning and control, critical thinking, procurement strategy, distribution management and more. Throughout the program, you will develop proficiency and skills appropriate for a wide range of supply chain and logistics careers. Our supply chain and logistics courses will teach you how to master supply chain processes from end to end and explore the complexities that can be applied in public and private sectors, logistics and transportation companies, and distribution centers.

    Students enrolled in the program receive:

    • 4-Month Internship
    • Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA)* Certificate
    • Advanced standing towards attaining the Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMPTM) designation.**

    *A Certificate in International Freight Forwarding from the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) is nationally recognized within the international transportation and trade industries.

    ** Successful graduates of the Supply Chain & Logistics Diploma Program will receive advanced standing towards attaining the Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMPTM) designation.
    The SCMP designation is an internationally-accredited certification of strategic supply chain leadership, and is Canada’s most widely-held designation in supply chain management.

    Course Listings: New Brunswick
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    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Business Math
    This module provides the students with an understanding of arithmetic, mathematics, and measurements used in common business and industry environments. At the end of the module the student will be able to define whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percentages; become familiar with equations and formulae; and learn the use of graphs..
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. The Business of Buying, Selling, and Negotiating
    In this course, students will explore the importance of developing interpersonal skills used to negotiate effectively as a buyer or a seller. Students will learn techniques, model skill sets and articulate terminology used when buying or selling in business to business (B2B), or business to consumer (B2C), interactions.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Career Planning & Preparation - Level I
    This module introduces tools for planning and preparing for a successful job search, so that students can maintain a career-focused approach throughout their education program. Students will learn about the "Hidden" Job Market and ways to access it in their upcoming job search, how to research opportunities and network for industry contacts, and use appropriate etiquette when communicating with prospective employers. Students will identify their personal skills, values and preferences for the workplace, begin preparation of a professional resume and references, and organize proof documents for their career portfolio. Class discussions on various self-management topics introduced in Student Success Strategies will round out this module, which is a pre-requisite for Career Planning and Preparation - Part II.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Career Planning & Preparation - Level II
    This module continues to build on the concepts and skills introduced in Career Planning and Preparation - Part I. Students will learn how to conduct an effective job search and identify various methods of applying for work with today's technology. Students will create a personal list of "Top Employers" and target current industry opportunities, while finalizing their professional resume, portfolio and career correspondence. Students will learn to identify the different types and forms of interviews, practice responding to typical questions, and practice follow-up, evaluation and negotiation techniques they can use to ensure success. Self-management topics from Career Planning and Preparation - Part I will be reviewed, with a focus towards on-the-job success in both learner placements and post-graduate employment.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Digital Literacy for Professionals
    This course has four units that introduces you to the fundamental concepts and principles of learning and working in a digital environment. The first unit introduces you to using devices and handling information with topics on operating systems (Windows, MAC, and Linux), computer organization (folder management and naming conventions), cloud storage (including Microsoft OneDrive), types of web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari), and fundamental troubleshooting. In the second unit, you will become familiar with creating and editing information through learning about file formats (pdf, mp4, docx), productivity (including iWork and Microsoft Office Suite) and creativity (Adobe, Canva, iMovie) platforms, and basic introduction to Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The third unit on communicating and collaborating will introduce you to web conferencing applications (Slack, Zoom, Microsoft Teams), mail applications (including Microsoft Outlook and Gmail,), project management tools (Trello, Asana), and time management tools (including Todoist, Outlook Calendar, and iCal), and building rapport virtually. In the final unit, you will gain an understanding on netiquette, cybersecurity, and digital wellness. After completing this course, you will have enhanced digital literacy skills as a professional in the working and learning environment.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Essentials of Freight Forwarding
    This module focuses on international transportation and trade. Topics include understanding freight forwarding, international payments and terms of trade. Almost all supply chains are global in scope and very few companies can navigate the international intricacies on their own. Students will learn the value of partner selection to optimize the supply chain.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Inventory Control & Materials Management
    This course provides students with a broad introduction to the basics of materials management, manufacturing planning and control systems, inventory control, physical distribution and relationships with other operational functions within the supply chain.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Canadian Business in the Global Marketplace
    This course provides students with an overview of Canadian business practices and how Canadian businesses relate to the global marketplace. Students will learn about the business and management structure of businesses. They will also explore human resources management and the finance functions of a business. Students will also analyze the effects of globalization on the Canadian business sector.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Customs Issues & Procedures
    This course will provide all students with a detailed overview of how the importation and exportation of goods are administered in Canada. Basic practices for successfully understanding of key legislation and regulatory compliance, plus preparing various trade documentation will be of key focus. Students will be introduced to the various careers in the customs field and the importance and benefits of the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Logistics and Transportation
    This course introduces students to a definition of Supply Chain, Logistics and Transportation. Topics include a general overview of the career paths available, networking/professional training opportunities, and how the changing global environment impacts the forward and reverse flows of goods and services. Students will also learn about the financial impact of logistics costs on an organization and the importance of information technology and transportation along the supply chain in order to make strong business decisions.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Negotiations and Contract Administration
    This course will teach students the importance of negotiation between partners in supply chain management. Key topics will include various concepts, tactics and strategy to achieve a successful negotiation and in turn create value within an organization. Students will be given opportunities to practice and demonstrate the negotiation concepts that they have learned. To further complement their studies on negotiations students will examine the basics of formation of contracts, the interpretation of contracts, breaches of contract and contract types. Students will also study the impact of the respective sale of goods act legislation on business agreements.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Operations Management
    This module is concerned with the design of systems to produce goods and services and the operation of those systems. It discusses relationships within the company environment, particularly with marketing and product design. Topics covered include facilities planning, total quality management (TQM), cost analysis, project planning, and operations resource management.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Purchasing
    This course provides students with an insight into the demands placed on purchasing and supply chain managers by business stakeholders. Students will develop an in-depth understanding of the impact of purchasing and supply chain management on the competitive success and profitability of modern organizations, in addition to understanding the influence of purchasing on other major functional activities.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Professional Purchasing
    The course explores the purchasing cycle including supply management and commodity strategy, supplier qualification, selection and management. Students will also learn why performance metrics are critical to purchasing performance. Students will gain insight in to the role of a professional purchaser, including purchasing strategy, best practices and applying ethics to the function.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Internship - Supply Chain and Logistics
    At the completion of the in-class section of this program, students are required to complete 16 weeks of an Internship at a business or organization within the Supply Chain and Logistics industry.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Security, Compliance & Loss Prevention
    This module identifies common causes of asset loss. Topics include planning, monitoring and controlling assets, internal and external to the company. Students will learn how to prevent loss and damage as well as how to record losses for claim recovery from suppliers, insurance companies or other sources. This module also involves creating a general awareness to ethical issues as well as cover specific topics and many examples of business managers violating ethical rules and those that have met and have exceeded such standards. Topics include values, principles, responsibility, governance and ethics related to various business disciplines. This module will also allow the opportunity for students to interact and understand the relevance of ethics on business and how decision making is impacted by the same.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Database Management
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft Access. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills, including creating and modifying database tables, defining table relationships, sorting data, creating simple and advanced queries, creating and formatting forms and reports, and creating and running macros.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Advanced Excel
    Excel is a powerful application that can be used to create spreadsheets. From Beginner’s to Expert level, this course will provide you with the skills to create Workbooks using: "what if" analysis; utilize multiple sheets; Formulas and Functions; and create Graphs. Emphasis will be placed on organizing and consolidating data with efficient multi-sheet models; applying arrays and formulas to new and powerful uses; working in an OLE (Object-Linking and Embedding) environment; recording and running macros; Pivot tables, and advanced charting. Some noted power and speed tips will be explored.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Presentations
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft PowerPoint. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills centered around the creation of attractive, professional-looking presentations. Students learn how to effectively use and format animations, transitions, pictures, audio, video, charts and tables, as well incorporate speaker notes and annotations into their presentations.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Word Processing
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft Word, and builds on the skills introduced in Computer Fundamentals. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills, with coverage including formatting text for layout and appearance, formatting document sections, using styles, working with header/footer content, inserting and formatting tables, graphics and pictures, working with templates and themes, using advanced editing features, and working with mailing tools.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Spreadsheets
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft Excel. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills, with coverage including creating, formatting and printing worksheets, creating simple and advanced formulas, using mathematical, logical, statistical and financial functions, creating and modifying charts and pivot tables, and using data tools.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Student Success Strategies
    In this orientation module, emphasis is placed on thinking about achieving success from Day One. This module stresses the importance of developing non-technical skills to enhance personal, academic, and career success. This includes understanding learning styles and honing practical study skills, such as memory, reading, note-and test-taking techniques. Personal exercises will focus on teamwork, decision making and problem solving skills, setting SMART goals and maintaining a positive attitude; techniques for managing change, stress and conflict will also be explored.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. International Transportation and Trade
    This course is one of two that are part of a professional standards association program (Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association) which provides students with a broad introduction to the basics and principles of freight forwarding. A combined theory and hands-on environment allows students to gain a deeper understanding of the role of the freight forwarder, transportation geography, various modes of transportation, and how terms of trade are used between buyer and seller in a contract of sale of goods.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Writing for Comprehension
    Through lectures, textbook exercises, and classroom labs, this module teaches students the skills and knowledge necessary to apply basic business writing skills when creating various memos; routine letters; good news letters; persuasive and bad news letters; presentations; and meeting agendas.
    Course Listings: Nova Scotia
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    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Business Math
    This module provides the students with an understanding of arithmetic, mathematics, and measurements used in common business and industry environments. At the end of the module the student will be able to define whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percentages; become familiar with equations and formulae; and learn the use of graphs..
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. The Business of Buying, Selling, and Negotiating
    In this course, students will explore the importance of developing interpersonal skills used to negotiate effectively as a buyer or a seller. Students will learn techniques, model skill sets and articulate terminology used when buying or selling in business to business (B2B), or business to consumer (B2C), interactions.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Career Planning & Preparation - Level I
    This module introduces tools for planning and preparing for a successful job search, so that students can maintain a career-focused approach throughout their education program. Students will learn about the "Hidden" Job Market and ways to access it in their upcoming job search, how to research opportunities and network for industry contacts, and use appropriate etiquette when communicating with prospective employers. Students will identify their personal skills, values and preferences for the workplace, begin preparation of a professional resume and references, and organize proof documents for their career portfolio. Class discussions on various self-management topics introduced in Student Success Strategies will round out this module, which is a pre-requisite for Career Planning and Preparation - Part II.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Career Planning & Preparation - Level II
    This module continues to build on the concepts and skills introduced in Career Planning and Preparation - Part I. Students will learn how to conduct an effective job search and identify various methods of applying for work with today's technology. Students will create a personal list of "Top Employers" and target current industry opportunities, while finalizing their professional resume, portfolio and career correspondence. Students will learn to identify the different types and forms of interviews, practice responding to typical questions, and practice follow-up, evaluation and negotiation techniques they can use to ensure success. Self-management topics from Career Planning and Preparation - Part I will be reviewed, with a focus towards on-the-job success in both learner placements and post-graduate employment.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Digital Literacy for Professionals
    This course has four units that introduces you to the fundamental concepts and principles of learning and working in a digital environment. The first unit introduces you to using devices and handling information with topics on operating systems (Windows, MAC, and Linux), computer organization (folder management and naming conventions), cloud storage (including Microsoft OneDrive), types of web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari), and fundamental troubleshooting. In the second unit, you will become familiar with creating and editing information through learning about file formats (pdf, mp4, docx), productivity (including iWork and Microsoft Office Suite) and creativity (Adobe, Canva, iMovie) platforms, and basic introduction to Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The third unit on communicating and collaborating will introduce you to web conferencing applications (Slack, Zoom, Microsoft Teams), mail applications (including Microsoft Outlook and Gmail,), project management tools (Trello, Asana), and time management tools (including Todoist, Outlook Calendar, and iCal), and building rapport virtually. In the final unit, you will gain an understanding on netiquette, cybersecurity, and digital wellness. After completing this course, you will have enhanced digital literacy skills as a professional in the working and learning environment.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Essentials of Freight Forwarding
    This module focuses on international transportation and trade. Topics include understanding freight forwarding, international payments and terms of trade. Almost all supply chains are global in scope and very few companies can navigate the international intricacies on their own. Students will learn the value of partner selection to optimize the supply chain.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Inventory Control & Materials Management
    This course provides students with a broad introduction to the basics of materials management, manufacturing planning and control systems, inventory control, physical distribution and relationships with other operational functions within the supply chain.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Canadian Business in the Global Marketplace
    This course provides students with an overview of Canadian business practices and how Canadian businesses relate to the global marketplace. Students will learn about the business and management structure of businesses. They will also explore human resources management and the finance functions of a business. Students will also analyze the effects of globalization on the Canadian business sector.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Customs Issues & Procedures
    This course will provide all students with a detailed overview of how the importation and exportation of goods are administered in Canada. Basic practices for successfully understanding of key legislation and regulatory compliance, plus preparing various trade documentation will be of key focus. Students will be introduced to the various careers in the customs field and the importance and benefits of the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Logistics and Transportation
    This course introduces students to a definition of Supply Chain, Logistics and Transportation. Topics include a general overview of the career paths available, networking/professional training opportunities, and how the changing global environment impacts the forward and reverse flows of goods and services. Students will also learn about the financial impact of logistics costs on an organization and the importance of information technology and transportation along the supply chain in order to make strong business decisions.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Negotiations and Contract Administration
    This course will teach students the importance of negotiation between partners in supply chain management. Key topics will include various concepts, tactics and strategy to achieve a successful negotiation and in turn create value within an organization. Students will be given opportunities to practice and demonstrate the negotiation concepts that they have learned. To further complement their studies on negotiations students will examine the basics of formation of contracts, the interpretation of contracts, breaches of contract and contract types. Students will also study the impact of the respective sale of goods act legislation on business agreements.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Operations Management
    This module is concerned with the design of systems to produce goods and services and the operation of those systems. It discusses relationships within the company environment, particularly with marketing and product design. Topics covered include facilities planning, total quality management (TQM), cost analysis, project planning, and operations resource management.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Introduction to Purchasing
    This course provides students with an insight into the demands placed on purchasing and supply chain managers by business stakeholders. Students will develop an in-depth understanding of the impact of purchasing and supply chain management on the competitive success and profitability of modern organizations, in addition to understanding the influence of purchasing on other major functional activities.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Professional Purchasing
    The course explores the purchasing cycle including supply management and commodity strategy, supplier qualification, selection and management. Students will also learn why performance metrics are critical to purchasing performance. Students will gain insight in to the role of a professional purchaser, including purchasing strategy, best practices and applying ethics to the function.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Internship - Supply Chain and Logistics
    At the completion of the in-class section of this program, students are required to complete 16 weeks of an Internship at a business or organization within the Supply Chain and Logistics industry.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Security, Compliance & Loss Prevention
    This module identifies common causes of asset loss. Topics include planning, monitoring and controlling assets, internal and external to the company. Students will learn how to prevent loss and damage as well as how to record losses for claim recovery from suppliers, insurance companies or other sources. This module also involves creating a general awareness to ethical issues as well as cover specific topics and many examples of business managers violating ethical rules and those that have met and have exceeded such standards. Topics include values, principles, responsibility, governance and ethics related to various business disciplines. This module will also allow the opportunity for students to interact and understand the relevance of ethics on business and how decision making is impacted by the same.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Database Management
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft Access. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills, including creating and modifying database tables, defining table relationships, sorting data, creating simple and advanced queries, creating and formatting forms and reports, and creating and running macros.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Advanced Excel
    Excel is a powerful application that can be used to create spreadsheets. From Beginner’s to Expert level, this course will provide you with the skills to create Workbooks using: "what if" analysis; utilize multiple sheets; Formulas and Functions; and create Graphs. Emphasis will be placed on organizing and consolidating data with efficient multi-sheet models; applying arrays and formulas to new and powerful uses; working in an OLE (Object-Linking and Embedding) environment; recording and running macros; Pivot tables, and advanced charting. Some noted power and speed tips will be explored.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Presentations
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft PowerPoint. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills centered around the creation of attractive, professional-looking presentations. Students learn how to effectively use and format animations, transitions, pictures, audio, video, charts and tables, as well incorporate speaker notes and annotations into their presentations.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Word Processing
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft Word, and builds on the skills introduced in Computer Fundamentals. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills, with coverage including formatting text for layout and appearance, formatting document sections, using styles, working with header/footer content, inserting and formatting tables, graphics and pictures, working with templates and themes, using advanced editing features, and working with mailing tools.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Software Lab - Spreadsheets
    This software lab module consists of online training and assessment in Microsoft Excel. Students learn a comprehensive set of skills, with coverage including creating, formatting and printing worksheets, creating simple and advanced formulas, using mathematical, logical, statistical and financial functions, creating and modifying charts and pivot tables, and using data tools.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Student Success Strategies
    In this orientation module, emphasis is placed on thinking about achieving success from Day One. This module stresses the importance of developing non-technical skills to enhance personal, academic, and career success. This includes understanding learning styles and honing practical study skills, such as memory, reading, note-and test-taking techniques. Personal exercises will focus on teamwork, decision making and problem solving skills, setting SMART goals and maintaining a positive attitude; techniques for managing change, stress and conflict will also be explored.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. International Transportation and Trade
    This course is one of two that are part of a professional standards association program (Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association) which provides students with a broad introduction to the basics and principles of freight forwarding. A combined theory and hands-on environment allows students to gain a deeper understanding of the role of the freight forwarder, transportation geography, various modes of transportation, and how terms of trade are used between buyer and seller in a contract of sale of goods.
    Icon-Quiz-Small Created with Sketch. Writing for Comprehension
    Through lectures, textbook exercises, and classroom labs, this module teaches students the skills and knowledge necessary to apply basic business writing skills when creating various memos; routine letters; good news letters; persuasive and bad news letters; presentations; and meeting agendas.
    Admission Requirements
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    High school graduation or equivalent. For those without high school completion, please refer to the Program Overview at the top of this page or speak to your Education Consultant.

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    Success Stories

    “Experienced staff, small classes, content filled lectures, visitation to course relevant companies and extremely knowledgeable Supply Chain instructor.”

    Olugbenga

    2019