CIPS Learning is our new way of helping your teams continue their professional development, anytime and from anywhere.
Put your team through qualifications or Corporate Award applied learning programmes as a route to professional accreditation.
Join our open courses, select from the e-learning library or let us build you a customised in-house training programme.
Use our benchmarking tools to highlight team training requirements, measure their development, write job specs, and much more.
Pick and mix your training delivery methods, locations, topics and timescales, and create your own procurement academy.
Bring fresh talent into your business or develop existing staff with apprenticeships in procurement and supply.
Give your sourcing, procurement and supply chain team access to essential knowledge, tools, resources and networking with CIPS Group Membership.
Use CIPS resources to find the top talent for your organisation.
Join a growing number of clients in this sector, which includes BAE, Marshall, Thales and Lockheed Martin.
CIPS supports the likes of Jaguar Land Rover, Aston Martin, McLaren, Honda and GKN to continuously improve their procurement.
Procurement is one of the most important factors in the success of construction projects and we work with organisations such as Skanska and Arup.
Procurement expertise is essential to support complex engineering projects. Find out how CIPS works with companies such as Babcock and Caterpillar.
CIPS is helping with manufacturing businesses to excel in an ever-more competitive environment.
In an industry that depends heavily on extensive global supply chains, it’s no wonder that CIPS is working extensively across this sector.
Learn how public sector bodies around the world work with CIPS to ensure that taxpayer’s money is being spent wisely.
From financial institutions and facilities management providers to global logistics companies, CIPS understands that no two businesses are the same.
In an industry faced with ever-rising fuel prices, organisations in the transport and logistics sector must focus on creating efficiencies.