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Public Finance Management Act

Procurement is a logistics function and it also plays a very important role in supply chain management. Procurement savings is a substantial area that managers usually focus on. Is a buyer today still just an order maker? No, procurement today is a highly technical, scientific field and not an area for the faint-hearted. Procurement can be defined as: “Procurement is the acquisition of goods and/or services at the best possible total cost of ownership, in the right quantity and quality, at the right time, in the right place and from the right source for the direct benefit or use of corporations, or individuals, generally via a contract.
Main logistics drivers are Inventory, Transportation, and Warehousing. Logistics is defined as “that part of the supply chain process that plans, implements and controls the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from the point-of-origin to the point-of-consumption in order to meet customer requirements”

PROCUREMENT /PURCHASING MANAGEMENT

  • Procurement/Purchasing Management
  • Purchasing area and Purchasing specifications
  • Determining and Specifying requirements in Procurement Requisition Form
  • Not specifying your products and services correctly may lead to failure
  • Fundamental goals of purchasings
  • Kraljics Matrix(Supply positioning Model)
  • 4 types of items
  • Make or Buy Decision and its calculationd
  • Local Procurement /Purchasing Procedure And Details of International Procurement /Purchasing Procedure
  • Public /Government Procurement Procedure

LOGISTCIS MANAGEMENT

  • Inventory management / Material Management
  • Financial implications of holding inventory
  • How much inventory to hold(Pipe Line Model)
  • Reasons for keeping inventory
  • The role of the Inventory Manager
  • Inventory Operations
  • • Information needed for Short term Operational Planning
    • Information needed for Long term Strategic Planning
    • Pareto 80/20 rule
  • Nominal, purchase and sales ledgers
  • Using benchmarking in constructing a budget
  • Distinguishing between fixed and variable costs
  • Using the concepts of break-even pricing
  • A template to forecast the effects of changing costs, sales volume and price
  • Evaluating opportunity costs
  • A year of free support
  • Any person working in a logistics, distribution and SCM related environment who would like to obtain a better understanding of all the key issues for global supply chain and logistics management.

Ethics and Integrity Management

The purpose of this workshop is to promote ethical behaviour in the Public Sector, to prevent unethical conduct, fraud and corruption, and to support ethics and integrity management and anti-corruption. The Constitution requires a high standard of professional ethics in the Public Sector. This means that Public Administration must be governed by the democratic values and principles as well as the standards for professional ethics enshrined in the Constitution.

Challenges arise when public officials experience ethical dilemmas. Ethical conduct and organisational integrity are key to eradicate fraud and corruption in the public service. It is therefore imperative to implement a programme that will equip public officials with the skills and competencies to make ethical decisions, to develop organisational integrity, prevent fraud and combat corruption in the Public Sector.

Upon completion of the workshop you should be able to understand ethics management in an anti-corruption context in the Public Sector as it relates to the Public Sector Integrity Management Framework.

  • Explain the mandate for ethics management in the Public Sector.
  • Explain and use the concepts related to ethics management appropriately in the Public Sector context.
  • Interpret various approaches to ethics management in an anti-corruption context.
  • Ascertain the standards for ethics management and what these standards entail.
  • Describe the required infrastructure for ethics management in the Public Sector.
  • Appraise various processes of ethics management in the Public Sector.
  • Evaluate requirements for monitoring, assessment and reporting on ethics and anti-corruption in the Public Sector.
  • TThe course is aimed at Ethics Officers as well as Public Sector officials in related functions in senior, middle and junior management positions.

Disability Management in the Public Service

The unique cutting-edge concept behind this course is intended to deliver Warehouse best practice in a simulated environment whereby participants / learners are exposed to hands-on training on the incumbent relevant procedures underlying Warehouse Management. .
This course has been designed by our Warehouse & Distribution specialists and it equips delegates with practical learning tools that assist them in elements of warehousing; covering all elements, from procurement to operations and distribution and other key components such as creating, sustaining and managing a healthy supply chain system, promoting a multi-disciplinary and integrated approach to warehousing operations management, in line with current best warehousing practice.

  • Explain the challenges, objectives and functions of warehousing
  • Perform ABC inventory classification and cycle counting and
    calculate record accuracy and discrepancies
  • Identify the different types of storage and material handling
    systems
  • Improve supervisory skills and deal more effectively with warehouse
    staff issues
  • Develop better skills for housekeeping and safety within the
    warehouse
  • Measure warehouse productivity using the right KPIs and conduct a
    scientific audit of the warehouse
  • This course is designed for personnel involved in warehousing activities, both at the
    operational and supervisory levels. The course is also appropriate for anyone interested to know more about the interaction between warehousing and other materials management functions (purchasing, inventory control, and distribution)

Supply Chain Management Purchasing

Procurement is a critical element for effective supply chain management and the importance of demand
management needs to be understood. Procurement practices related to productivity, supplier selection, and
purchasing. This course is
recommended for people working in the supply chain environment who are tasked to work within a
purchasing and procurement environment.
This course is for people working in the operational environment who need to know about purchasing and the various relationships associated with it. This course also provides information about applying the supplier selection processes and the functional relationships which are part of the purchasing cycle.

  • Purchasing and procurement and the functional relationships of the purchasing process in a manufacturing environment
  • Internal and external relationships in purchasing and procurement
  • Centralised vs decentralised purchasing
  • Introduction to sourcing
  • Purchase contracts
  • Supply chain partnerships
  • Negotiation strategies
  • Bargaining and negotiation
  • Negotiation stages
  • Purchase cycle
  • Bidding process
  • Code of practice for Black Economic Empowerment (BEE)
  • Administrative Assistant, Purchasing/Procurement Assistant, Contracts Administrator, Stock Controller, Merchandiser
  • Learners should have basic Mathematics and Communication literacy at NQF Level 3.

Inventory Management

This is a workshop for the warehouse or stockroom manager, the person in charge of what comes in and goes out of the company. You want smooth and cost-effective operation, with enough products on hand to satisfy needs without stockpiling too much.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand terms that are frequently used in warehouse
    management
  2. Identify the goals and objectives of inventory management, and
    measure their process against these goals
  3. Calculate safety stock, reorder points, and order quantities
  4. Evaluate inventory management systems
  5. Identify the parts of the inventory cycle
  6. Better maintain inventory accuracy

You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.

1: What is Inventory?
To begin, participants will explore what inventory is and what key concepts (including LIFO, FIFO, backorders, and lead time) mean. Participants will also look at the goals and objectives of inventory management and analyze where their system can improve.

2: Types of Inventory
This session will explore anticipation, fluctuation, lot size, and transportation inventories.

3: Key Players
Next, participants will discuss what roles customers, top management, and employees play in the inventory management system.

4: Setting up the Warehouse
This session will discuss the objectives of a warehouse and ways to maintain location accuracy.

5: What Makes a Good Inventory Management System?
Next, participants will discuss types of inventory management systems and criteria for a good system.
6:The Warehouse Inventory Cycle
This session will introduce the warehouse inventory cycle of demand, receiving, validation, and put-away.

7:Identifying Demand
Participants will learn how to determine order quantities, re-order points, and safety stock through discussion and a case study.

8:The Receiving Process
Next, participants will learn what should happen when materials are received into inventory.

9:Validating Inventory
This session will explore ways to validate the quality of merchandise.

10:The Put-Away Process
Participants will discuss the five goals of the put-away process.

11: Maintaining Inventory Accuracy</strong.
Next, participants will learn ways to keep their inventory organized and controlled.

12:The Outbound Process
This session will look at the phases of the outbound process: picking, packing, loading, and shipping.

13: Industry Trends
To conclude the workshop, we will explore some of the latest inventory management trends, including Six Sigma and the Just-In-Time (JIT) system.

  • Admin staff Inventory Managers Stock Managers

Logistics And Supply Chain

Managing and securing the movement of goods as well as essential control thereof from supplier to customer has become an ever increasing need within companies across the globe. Supply chain and logistics management are integral in contributing towards the profitability of any organisation.

This programme will further ensure that delegates get a general understanding of the supply chain and logistics framework which includes: the planning, procurement, pricing, stock management and distribution / logistics and is designed to help apply the principles and techniques associated with these areas of knowledge.

This integrated programme further aims to provide delegates with a wide-range of competencies and practical skills in the acquisition, interpretation and understanding of the logistics and supply chain management principles. Delegates would be able to make decisions in the context of a logistics organisation, analyse relevant information and produce resourceful responses to specific problems in the world of logistics.

The programme is developed to provide delegates with an insight into the micro- and macro-economic environment in which logistics companies function and will provide delegates with an understanding of general management and specific logistic management principles.

Understanding Logistics and the Supply Chain

    • Introduction to supply chain and logistics management
    • Current supply chain strategies
    • Customer service and logistics
    • Channels of distribution
    • Planning framework for logistics
    • Logistics management and organisation

Inventory Management Supply Chains

  • Inventory flows and supply chains
  • Forms of inventory and their role
  • Inventory as buffer islands in a supply stream
  • Demand amplification and distortion
  • Setting and measuring the effectiveness of inventory
  • Planning and forecasting

Outsourcing Trends and Best Practice

Logistics Processes

Freight Transport Industry – Introduction and Development

Freight Transport Industry – Road, Rail, Air and Sea Transport

Warehouse and Distribution Centre Design

Key Issues for Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management

Information Communications Technology and Supply Chains

Performance Measurement and Improvement – Optimisation Strategies

  • Any person working in a logistics, distribution and SCM related environment who would like to obtain a better understanding of all the key issues for global supply chain and logistics management, such as:
  • Logistics
  • Warehousing
  • Transport
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Purchasing
  • Clearing and Freight forwarding

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