Master Practitioner Programme


This programme builds strong, strategic leaders in procurement and supply who will become key influencers, not just changing the way their organisations work but also impacting the markets, supply chains, wider sector and communities in which they operate.

Accredited by CIPS, the Master Practitioner programme is designed to create procurement and supply chain leaders of the future and provides a route to achieving ExDip status.

What makes this executive style programme unique is that all learning is focused on being directly relevant to the organisation for whom the student works. The workshops, assignments and final project all focus on applying learning back to the workplace, driving business improvements and return on investment. It also provides opportunity for significant continuing professional development for the participant.

    Programme

    The Master Practitioner programme consists of:

    • Eight training modules which are delivered through 2 to 5 days of intensive, interactive, face-to-face workshops
    • Assessed assignments that follow each of the learning modules 

    Entry Criteria

    Programme participants must be MCIPS or FCIPS Chartered Professionals.

    Aligned to the CIPS Advanced Professional level within the CIPS Global Standard, the programme consists of 1,200 learning hours (equivalent to 120 Masters level credits), and requires a high level of personal investment, commitment and drive to succeed.

    Programmes can be run for organisations which have 12 or more participants or, subject to the level of interest we receive, we can bring participants together from multiple organisations to run a syndicated Master Practitioner programme.

    Download the product sheet, or for more information please contact us at corporate.solutions@cips.org.

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