Diploma In Logistics And Supply Chain Management

360 credits, NQF Level 6
The Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management assists students in gaining an understanding of what supply chain management is and how it contributes to creating a sustainable, competitive advantage for organisations. 

This diploma will be of great interest to all professionals who work in the areas of operations management, logistics, procurement and information technology, and to all students who are interested in developing a career in the area of supply chain management.

admission requirements
  • National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Diploma endorsement English (1st or additional) 40% (E symbol)
  • Senior Certificate (SC) or equivalent English (1st or 2nd language) SG D symbol or HG – E symbol and three subjects
  • National Certificate Vocational (NCV) At least 50% in three fundamental subjects including English Plus at least 60% in three vocational subjects
  • Completed the OLG Higher Certificate in Logistics Management (NQF Level 5) or other relevant 120-credit Higher Certificate with a minimum aggregate of 50%
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What can Students Expect?
3 - 5 years

This programme must be completed within a minimum of three years and a maximum of five years with no option to re-register for outstanding modules after termination of studies (end of fifth year).

This programme is presented via an online mode of provisioning, which provides much needed flexibility for the full-time employed individual.

Course Outcomes

This programme will equip you to critically analyse, interpret and understand logistics and supply chain principles, processes and procedures such as:

  • Applying planning as a management function within a dynamic environment
  • Demonstrating an understanding of the basic principles of economics and the economy
  • Identifying the various types of business communication in the logistics and supply chain environment
  • Applying the principles of logistics management
  • Explaining and applying transport economic, management and regulatory concepts and principles