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CIPS Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply is a vocationally related professional qualification Formal recognition is included within the regulatory frameworks of an increasing number of countries such as the UK England Wales and Northern Ireland UAE including Dubai and Africa including Zambia Further information on this recognition and the details of corresponding

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qualif cation, CIPS qualifications are regulated internationally to ensure we offer a recognised professional. standard in procurement and supply CIPS Level 4 Diploma in Procurement and Supply is. a vocationally related professional qualification Formal recognition is included within the. regulatory frameworks of an increasing number of countries such as the UK England Wales. and Northern Ireland UAE including Dubai and Africa including Zambia Further information. on this recognition and the details of corresponding qualifications levels for other international. qualifications frameworks are detailed on our website CIPS members can have the confidence. in our regulated qualifications which reliably indicate the standard of knowledge skills and. understanding that you as a learner are required to demonstrate. A step up from the Level 3 Advanced Certificate in In this way successful learners will possess transferable. Procurement and Supply Operations the Level 4 Diploma workplace skills developing their operational and tactical. in Procurement and Supply is a stepping stone to study abilities as they strive for managerial roles and responsibilities. on the CIPS Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Procurement It is aimed at those in the profession who have procurement. and Supply The content has been written using the CIPS and supply activity at the heart of their role Learners will be. Procurement and Supply Cycle as its focus which presents expected to provide advice and guidance to key stakeholders. a cyclical process of key steps faced by those procuring on the performance of organisational procedures and. goods or services The Diploma offers the most common processes associated with procurement and supply and will. entry route to the profession and should be used by aspire to manage developments in and improvements to. learners to develop a professional tool box which learners the related functions Transferable skills are those such as. can apply in the practical environment and further develop communication teamwork and planning and completing. at Levels 5 and 6 tasks to high standards all enable the learner to add value to. the organisation,Entry level Entry level Highest Entry level. Level 3 Level 4,Level 2 Level 5 Level 6,Certificate in. Advanced Diploma in Advanced Professional,Certificate in. Procurement,Procurement,Procurement Diploma in Diploma in.
and Supply Procurement Procurement,Operations,and Supply and Supply and Supply and Supply. Operations,Operations,Next steps, This qualification provides progression to the CIPS Level 5 Advanced Diploma in. Procurement and Supply Level 5, Refers to levels within the UK RQF Other regulatory bodies may have different corresponding levels. Based on the Operational and Managerial competency levels of CIPS Global Standard. What will I study 60, Eight CORE modules make up 60 required credits required for. completion, CORE Level 4 Scope and Influence of Procurement and Supply L4M1.
CORE Level 4 Defining CORE Level 4 Commercial,Business Need L4M2 6 Contracting L4M3 6. CREDITS CREDITS,CORE Level 4 Ethical and CORE Level 4 Commercial. Responsible Sourcing L4M4 6 Negotiation L4M5 6,CREDITS CREDITS. CORE Level 4 Supplier CORE Level 4 Whole Life,Relationships L4M6 6 Asset Management L4M7 6. CREDITS CREDITS, CORE Level 4 Procurement and Supply in Practice L4M8.
Who is it for On completion you will be able to analyse interpret and. evaluate relevant information and ideas and have an. This qualification is the essential toolkit for anyone informed awareness of differing perspectives and. planning a career in procurement and supply approaches within the profession You will also be able. Developed and written using the Procurement and to review the effectiveness and appropriateness of. Supply cycle as it s focus it is at the same level as methods actions and results. the first year of an undergraduate degree course, It s suitable for those in operational roles or those Entry requirements The Procurement cycle. is the cyclical process of, managing or supervising the procurement and supply. This is the only entry point onto our Diploma key steps when procuring. function who want to develop their career and work. qualifications A minimum of at least two A levels or goods or services. towards MCIPS Chartered Procurement and Supply www cips org en gb. international equivalent or a CIPS Level 3 Advanced. Professional knowledge procurement, Certificate qualification is required Alternatively. What will I learn you will need a minimum of two years relevant. experience in a business environment, You will learn about making procurement and supply. happen within an organisation and you will be equipped Credit values. with an essential range of knowledge and tools that you. To gain a quali cation you are required to complete a. can apply immediately in your workplace Learn how to. total number of credits This is a way of quantifying the. apply practical theoretical and technical knowledge gain. required number of study hours 1 credit is equivalent to. a clear understanding of procurement and supply and. 10 hours of study Each module is given a credit value of. develop the ability to address complex non routine. 6 or 12 credits,Total credits required,for completion.
exams and your,study commitments,Objective Response exam format OR. These questions allow you to select a response from a list of possible answers. You will find these types of exams across all our qualifications levels and they. are marked by computer and then moderated by CIPS examiners. Constructed Response exam format CR, These questions require you to create or construct a response to the question. such as an essay or case study You will find this type of exam in our diploma. level qualifications and they will be marked by subject expert examiners. Your total qualification time TQT, The TQT indicates the overall number of guided learning hours. additional self study and assessment time that is required. Guided learning hours GLH, It is expected that you will undertake 250 GLH The definition of guided learning. hours is A measure of the amount of input time required to achieve the. qualification This includes lectures tutorials and practicals as well as. supervised study in for example learning centres and workshops. Self study requirement SSR, Additionally we recommend that you also commit to at least 335 SSR.
hours This includes wider reading of the subject areas and revision to give. yourself the best preparation for successfully achieving the qualification. Total exam time, All the modules in CIPS qualifications are assessed by an examination. cips org qualifications,C Scope and,CORE MODULE,Influence of. Procurement,CIPS GLOBAL,and Supply,1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4. 3 1 3 2 4 1 6 1,6 2 7 1 8 1 11 1,Module purpose, On completion of this module learners will be able to identify the key stakeholders in the. application of the sourcing process and analyse the procurement cycle evaluating the. influence that procurement and supply has as a source of added value for the organisation. CONSTRUCTED,RESPONSE EXAM Module aim s, In any organisation a significant proportion of costs are accounted for by the purchases.
of products and or services hence organisations see procurement and supply as a key. contributor to their value added strategies Equally any organisation will also be managing. the supply of products and or services to their customers be they internal or those from. HRS other external organisations consumers or the general public This module is designed. using the CIPS Procurement Cycle as its basis It will provide those who are interested in. EXAM DURATION developing an informed awareness of different perspectives or approaches within the. HOURS discipline an overview of the key stages associated with procurement and supply and. will serve as an introduction for those who are expected to address complex well defined. procurement and supply problems that are non routine in nature. 12 CREDITS,Credit value, Learning outcomes assessment criteria and indicative content. 1 0 Understand and analyse the added value that can 2 0 Understand and analyse the key steps when procuring. be achieved through procurement and supply chain goods or services. management, 2 1 Explain the key aspects of the procurement cycle. 1 1 Describe the categories of spend that an organisation The CIPS Procurement Cycle defining the stages of a. may purchase generic sourcing process from identification of needs. Definitions of procurement and purchasing and to contract award and implementation and end of. supply life disposal, Typical breakdown of organisational costs Differentiating between pre contract award and post. represented by procurements of goods services or contract award stages. constructional works, Stock and non stock procurements 2 2 Analyse the key stages of a sourcing process. Direct and indirect procurements Stages of the sourcing process that relate to. Capital purchases and operational expenditures defining needs creation of contract terms supplier. Services procurements selection contract award and contract or supplier. management, 1 2 Analyse the different sources of added value in The purpose and added value that is created by each.
procurement and supply of the stages of the sourcing process. The five rights of procurement, Defining total life cycle costs or the total costs of 2 3 Explain how electronic systems can be used at. ownership different stages of the sourcing process. Achieving quality timescales quantities and place E requisitioning e catalogues e ordering e sourcing. considerations in procurements from external and e payment technologies. suppliers The impact of electronic purchase to pay P2P. Other sources of added value such as innovation systems on the sourcing process. sustainability and market development, Defining value for money 2 4 Analyse the relationship between achieving. compliance with processes and the achievement of, 1 3 Compare the concepts of procurement and supply outcomes. chain management Organisational needs for structured sourcing. Definitions of procurement supply chains supply processes. chain management and supply chain networks The relationship between process compliance and. Comparisons of supply chain management with the achievement of added value outcomes. procurement,Complex Supply Chains,Definitions of logistics and materials management. 1 4 Differentiate the stakeholders that a procurement or. supply chain function may have,Defining stakeholders.
Examples of stakeholders for a procurement or,supply chain function. Mapping stakeholders for a procurement or supply,chain function. cips org qualifications, 3 0 Understand and analyse the key aspects of 4 0 Understand and analyse the need for compliance. organisational infrastructure that shape the scope of a with requirements when undertaking procurement. procurement or supply chain function activities in different sectors. 3 1 Explain key aspects of corporate governance of a 4 1 Classify different economic and industrial sectors. procurement or supply chain function Economic classifications including public and private. Conflicts of interest sectors charities not for profit and third sector. The need for documented policies and procedures Industrial classifications and sectors such as. for procurement manufacturing retail construction financial. Organisational accountability and reporting for agriculture and service. procurement roles and functions, The status of procurement and supply chain 4 2 Analyse the impact of the public sector on. management within organisations procurement or supply chain roles. Codes of ethics in procurement Objectives of public sector organisations such as. The CIPS Code of Conduct improving services communities and corporate. social responsibility, 3 2 Analyse the impact of organisational policies and Regulations that impact on procurement and supply.
procedures on procurement chain operations, Aspects that can be included in procedures for Need for competition public accountability and value. procurement and supply such as responsibilities for for money. procurement regulations relating to competition, levels of delegated authority responsibilities for the 4 3 Examine the impact of the private sector on. stages of the sourcing process invoice clearance and procurement or supply chain roles. payment Objectives of private sector organisations such as. The use of procurement policies procurement profitability market share shareholder value and. strategies and procurement manuals corporate social responsibility. The involvement of internal functions and personnel Regulations that impact on procurement and supply. in the sourcing process chain operations, Responsible Procurement and the International The importance and role of branding. Labour Organisation core conventions, 4 4 Examine the impact of the not for profit or third. 3 3 Examine the different structures of a procurement or sector on procurement or supply chain roles. supply chain function Objectives of the not for profit or third sector. The use of centralised and devolved structures Regulations impacting on charities. Hybrid structures of a procurement or supply chain Need for regulated procurement exercises. function such as consortium structures shared,services lead buyer structures and outsourced.
Interacting with people and building rapport,The need for customer service and value for money. 3 4 Explain the common IT systems that can be used by a. procurement or supply chain function,P2P systems,Systems for inventory management. Enterprise Resource Planning ERP technologies,Communications systems for internal and external. Def ning C,Business Need CORE MODULE,CIPS GLOBAL,Module purpose. On completion of this module learners will be able to devise a business case for. requirements to be externally sourced and will understand the role of market management. and competitive forces as they specify goods and services in procurement and supply OBJECTIVE. RESPONSE EXAM,Module aim s, The development of a business case and the ability to analyse markets are key if an.
organisation is to successfully source activity from external suppliers Similarly the. clear definition of specifications for through life contracts is crucial to overall business. achievement This module is designed for those who are expected to analyse interpret and. evaluate information on the different types of markets utilised by procurement and supply. It explores a variety of elements that underpin the development of business cases and EXAM DURATION. specifications and considers the options that should be explored when procurement and. supply personnel are involved in defining requirements. Credit value,cips org qualifications, Learning outcomes assessment criteria and indicative content. 1 0 Understand how to devise a business case for 2 3 Contrast the breakdown between direct and. requirements to be sourced from external suppliers indirect costs and the types of data that can provide. information on cost and price, 1 1 Analyse how business needs influence procurement Collate sources of information to estimate the. decisions breakdown of costs between direct and indirect costs. Type of purchase such as new purchase modified re for purchased goods and services. buy straight re buy Use information to prepare budgets or to negotiate. Implications of the business needs on the types of prices. purchase Research market data and use to estimate and. Procurement s role in developing a business case negotiate current and future prices and costs for. purchased goods and services, 1 2 Identify how costs and prices can be estimated for. procurement activities, Types of market data that can provide information 3 0 Understand the use of specifications in procurement. on costs and prices and supply,Direct and indirect costs.
3 1 Analyse different types of specifications used in. Producing estimated costs and budgets,procurement and supply and sources of information. Approaches to total costs of ownership whole life,that can be used to create specifications. cycle costing,Drawings samples branded technical,Conformance specifications. 1 3 Analyse the criteria that can be applied in the creation. Output or outcome statement of work based,of a business case. specifications,Examples of criteria typically applied in the.
production of a business case costs benefits, options alignment with organisational needs and The internet. timescales Suppliers,Benchmarking requirements Directories. 3 2 Identify sections of specifications for through life. 1 4 Interpret financial budgets for the control of. The purpose of financial budgets,Definition,Cost entries and timings of cash flows. Description of requirement,Performance and control of budgets. Testing and acceptance,Dealing with variances to budget.
Change control mechanisms and remedies,Social and environmental criteria. 2 0 Understand market management in procurement and. supply 3 3 Identify the risks that can result from inadequate. specifications and mitigation approaches, 2 1 Analyse the different types of markets utilised by Under or over specified need. procurement and supply,Monitor specification creation by colleagues and. Such as other internal stakeholders,Manufacturing, Construction 3 4 Identify opportunities to regulate short and longer. Retail term specifications,Financial Implement standardisation.
Agriculture Value analysis,Services Value engineering. Provide guidance to internal stakeholders on, 2 2 Compare the competitive forces that influence implementation. Bargaining strength of suppliers and buyers,Availability of substitutes and threat of entry. Commercial C,Contracting CORE MODULE,CIPS GLOBAL,1 3 4 1 5 1 5 2. 5 3 7 5 8 2 8 3,Module purpose, On completion of this module learners will be able to describe the key elements and legal.
aspects of formal commercial contracts and analyse and interpret the fundamentals. of specifications and key performance indicators that are included in contractual. arrangements made with suppliers RESPONSE EXAM,Module aim s. In any organisation a significant element of the procurement and supply function is based. around the contracting process If they are to be successful contracts must be clearly. defined be cognisant of legal requirements and contain key clauses and terms This module. is designed for those working in the procurement and supply field or those who have. responsibility for the development of legally binding contracts with suppliers. EXAM DURATION,Credit value,cips org qualifications. Learning outcomes assessment criteria and indicative content. 1 0 Understand the legal issues that relate to the 2 0 Understand the fundamentals of specifications and. formation of contracts key performance indicators that are included in. contractual arrangements made with suppliers,1 1 Analyse the documentation that can comprise a. commercial agreement for the supply of goods or 2 1 Analyse the content of specifications for. services procurements, Invitation to tender or request for quotation Drafting specifications and developing market. Specification dialogue with suppliers, Key performance indicators KPIs The use of standards in specifications.
Contractual terms Typical sections of a specification. Pricing and other schedules such as for health Standardisation of requirements versus increasing. and safety records details of suppliers staff use the range of products. of sub contractors non disclosure confidentiality Including social and environmental criteria in. agreements specifications,The role of Information Assurance in developing. 1 2 Analyse the legal issues that relate to the creation of specifications. commercial agreements with customers or suppliers, Invitations to treat or invitations to negotiate 2 2 Appraise examples of key performance indicators. Rules relating to offer and acceptance consideration KPIs in contractual agreements. intention to create legal relations and capacity to Defining contractual performance measures or key. contract performance indicators KPI, The battle of the forms and precedence of contract The use of service level agreements. terms Typical KPI measures to assess quality performance. Risks presented by contracting on suppliers terms or timeliness cost management resources and delivery. through oral contracts, The Vienna Convention on the International Sales of. 3 0 Understand the key clauses that are included in. formal contracts,Misrepresentations made pre contract award.
3 1 Analyse contractual terms for contracts that are. 1 3 Compare types of contractual agreements made created with external organisations. between customers and suppliers The use of express terms. One off purchases,The use of standard terms of business by both. Framework arrangements and agreements purchasers and suppliers. The use of mini competitions The use of model form contracts such as NEC FIDIC. Call offs IMechIEE,Services contracts, Contracts for the hire and leasing of assets 3 2 Recognise examples of contractual terms typically. incorporated into contracts that are created with,external organisations. Key terms in contracts for indemnities and liabilities. sub contracting insurances guarantees and,liquidated damages. Terms that apply to labour standards and ethical,3 3 Recognise types of pricing arrangements in.
commercial agreements,The use of pricing schedules. The use of fixed pricing arrangements,Cost plus and cost reimbursable pricing. arrangements, The use of indexation and price adjustment formulae. The use of incentivised contracts,Payment terms,Ethical and C. Responsible CORE MODULE,L4M4 CIPS GLOBAL,6 4 6 5 11 3.
Module purpose, On completion of this module learners will be able to explain the options and associated. processes available for sourcing with external suppliers They will also examine the legal and. ethical impact and the implications of corporate social responsibility on the final sourcing OBJECTIVE. RESPONSE EXAM,Module aim s, In any organisation a significant element of procurement and supply activity is based around. decisions to internally conduct activity or to source from an external supplier Hence the. selection of the correct external suppliers is a vital contributor to overall organisational HRS. success This module enables personnel with roles in procurement and supply to formulate. selection criteria and sourcing strategies to ensure that the organisation will make the EXAM DURATION. correct choice of external suppliers It explains options for sourcing and examines the key. processes that can be applied to the analysis of potential external suppliers and to ensure the. development of ethically and socially responsible sourcing agreements. Credit value,cips org qualifications, Learning outcomes assessment criteria and indicative content. 1 0 Understand options for sourcing requirements from 2 0 Understand the key processes that can be applied to. suppliers the analysis of potential external suppliers. 1 1 Identify the sourcing process in relation to 2 1 Analyse commonly used sources of information. procurement on market data that can impact on the sourcing of. Definitions of sourcing and outsourcing requirements from external suppliers. Make or buy decisions Compiling data on expenditures on suppliers. Strategic and tactical sourcing costs and benefits of Indices that measure economic data. outsourcing Secondary data on markets and suppliers. Outsourcing non core and core work or services Commodity pricing. Supplier pre qualification or criteria for supplier Analysing potential sales. appraisal Financial reports and supplier financial stability. Vendor or supplier performance management The role of credit rating agencies. Risks in outsourcing, The market development and growth of outsourcing 2 2 Identify the key processes used for obtaining. Regulations affecting employees terms of quotations and tenders. employment Advertising requirements,Requests for information or quotations.
1 2 Differentiate between approaches to the sourcing of The operation of tendering. requirements from suppliers Formalised arrangements for tendering. Single dual and multiple sourcing arrangements Decision criteria for dispensing with tendering. The use of tendering open restricted and negotiated. approaches to tendering 2 3 Identify the criteria that can be commonly applied to. Direct negotiations with suppliers the assessment of quotations or tenders. Intra company trading and transfer pricing Assessment of suppliers proposals. arrangement The use of weighted points systems for assessment. Implications of international sourcing Recommending sources of supply. Financial statements such as the profit and loss, 1 3 Define selection criteria that can be commonly applied balance sheet and cash flow statements. when sourcing requirements from external suppliers Measures and ratios of profitability liquidity gearing. Typical selection criteria such as quality assurance and investment. environmental and sustainability technical The limitations of ratio analysis. capabilities systems capabilities labour standards Added value. financial capabilities and credit rating agencies, The importance of supplier financial stability and due 2 4 Analyse how electronic systems can be used to help. diligence checks the sourcing of requirements from external suppliers. Ratio analysis to make conclusions on profitability E requisitioning and purchase ordering systems. liquidity gearing and investment E catalogues on intranets and the internet. The limitations of ratio analysis The use of e auctions and reverse auctions. E tendering systems, 1 4 Define award criteria that can be commonly applied. when sourcing requirements from external suppliers. Typical award criteria such as price total life cycle. costs technical merit added value solutions systems. and resources,Balancing commercial and technical award criteria. 3 0 Understand compliance issues when sourcing from 4 0 Understand ethical and responsible sourcing. 4 1 Describe the impact of international ethical standards. 3 1 Compare the key legislative regulatory and on procurement and supply. organisational requirements when sourcing in the not Bribery. for profit private and public sectors Corruption,The use of competitive tendering processes Fraud.
The impact of timescales on tendering processes Human rights. Procedures for contract award Modern slavery, Regulatory bodies that impact on the private sector. Regulations that impact on product and safety 4 2 Identify practices that support ethical procurement. standards Application of the CIPS Code of Conduct,Ethical codes of practice. 3 2 Compare the key legislative regulatory and Prequalification and assessment criteria. organisational requirements when sourcing from Due diligence on suppliers and risk assessment. international suppliers Supporting information on ethical practices in. Documentation relating to imports supplier quotations and tenders. Import duties and tariffs Contractual clauses,Payment mechanisms Supplier monitoring. The use of INCOTERMS KPIs,Customs control and clearance. Currency regulations 4 3 Compare the use of audits and other feedback. Applicable law mechanisms to evaluate ethical standards in the. Monitor supplier performance,Encourage dialogue with suppliers on improvements.
to process,Recommend remedial actions where appropriate. Identify and address potential conflicts of interest. 4 4 Contrast processes and practices that the, organisation could adopt to meet the requirements of. Corporate Social Responsibility CSR,The triple bottom line profit people and planet. Adopt sustainable practices standards and,specifications in the supply chain. Consider the social impact of the organisation s,behaviours.
Design procurement processes to deliver social, outcomes as well as or as an alternative to normal. economic measures of value,Expand reporting frameworks to include ecological. and social performance,Define organisational value for money to include. social outcomes use of local labour participation of. disadvantaged groups,cips org qualifications,C Commercial. CORE MODULE,Negotiation,CIPS GLOBAL,6 6 7 3 7 4,OR Module purpose.
On completion of this module learners will be able to identify approaches to successfully. achieving negotiated commercial agreements with external organisations. RESPONSE EXAM Module aim s, The creation of formalised agreements is a critical part of the success of any organisation. Those involved in procurement and supply activity will therefore be able to effectively. negotiate with stakeholders and or suppliers and to understand the methods associated. with preparing for and carrying out commercial negotiations This module is designed for. HRS those who are faced with negotiations It enables the learner to analyse approaches to the. negotiation of agreements made with external parties how to prepare for them and what. EXAM DURATION techniques are available to ensure successful outcomes.

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