The International Trade Centre (ITC) is the joint agency of the United Nations (UN) and the World Trade Organization (WTO).

ITC is the only UN agency fully dedicated to the development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

The ITC Supply Chain Management Programme trains SMEs and professionals globally:

  • We engage and equip local partners to provide leading training and professional certification in supply chain management (SCM).
  • We empower participants to advance their careers and improve enterprise competitiveness.

Administered by ITC, the internationally recognized Diploma in Supply Chain Management and certificate-lev-el training is delivered by over 60 licensed partners in more than 40 countries.

Developed by a team of global experts, training to achieve the Diploma in Supply Chain Management covers every stage of the purchasing and supply chain management process through four course modules:

1. Strategy and Planning

2. Sourcing

3. Operations

4. Logistics

International Diploma

The international Diploma is issued after successful completion of 4 Module examination.

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ITC Virtual Training of Trainers Workshop

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Module 4 Exam

The eight chapters of this module revolve around the logistics of Supply Chain Management. From the strategy behind logistics and the origins of logistics principles and methods, to operational methods for inventory planning and operations, decisions concerning location and layout, warehousing management...

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Module 3 Exam

The eight chapters of this module revolve around operations from contract management to performance evaluation, and from the basics of operations management to the systems and techniques that can be used.

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Module 2 Exam

The eight chapters of this module revolve around the sourcing process, which is part of the purchasing, and supply process and one of the main tasks of supply chain management. This module is a continuation of Module 1 ‘Strategy’, and precedes Module 3 ‘Operations’.

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Getting Started with SCM Campus

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Module 1 Exam

We start, in Chapter 1, with explaining the context of the supply chain. After emphasising the central role of the customer in the supply chain, we distinguish between the private sector and the public sector context.

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