by contextualising training for your organisation.
and performance by improving your team's ability to deliver against targets.
with accreditation that signifies your teams' achievements.
organisational change and risk mitigation.
specific to your organisation.
and develop them by offering a formal pathway for career progression.
To understand knowledge levels and ensure each individual starts at the appropriate programme level.
Corporate Award is a stepped, modular study programme that leads to three levels of achievement, including full MCIPS membership and beyond.
Practical, context-specific assignments drive learning directly into your organisation, enabling you to demonstrate clear ROI and measurable benefits.
"It is a fantastic way of developing individuals while offering an opportunity for genuine business improvements."
Students drive improvements directly back into your organisation for proven ROI and develop skills that have the power to deliver real value.
Drives improvements in performance, attitude and behaviour that organisations tell us greatly benefit their effectiveness and reputation.
The career progression pathway attracts the best to your organisation, unlocks potential and develops expertise.
Building a community of high-performing professionals can change how procurement works and delivers greater efficiency, savings and risk mitigation.
Offers a route to MCIPS and Chartered Status, marks that signify your staff’s capability to support strategic objectives and accelerate performance.
"The CIPS Corporate Award programme... and its participants, added value on an operational and strategic level."
This level develops a robust understanding of, and capability in, the procurement essentials and is a route to CIPS Diploma membership.
Advanced Practitioner builds procurement professionalism to deliver greater organisational value and reduce risk and is a route to MCIPS membership.
Master Practitioner builds knowledge and skills to deliver added value, strong leadership and strategic influence and is a route to ExDip Status.
Babcock wanted clear benchmarking against accepted industry standards, and chose CIPS for its globally recognised levels of accreditation.
CIPS has run many successful learning and development programmes throughout BP and so was the first port-of-call for BP’s operations in Angola.
Success for Chevron graduates
The council of the City of Gold Coast has been through a period of transformation, including establishing a centre-led strategic procurement function.
Corporate Award allowed DVLA to train significant numbers within a relatively short timescale.
Among the successes are R800 million in cost savings over two and a half years.
CIPS training provided the knowledge and skills to help the department evolve from transactional to strategic.
Sellafield Ltd was looking for a high value route to raising their professional standards.