Programme Objectives
The course will provide you with hard-hitting, focused, up-to-date information on the latest and most effective logistics technology tool, a practical business management program with a focus on managing the flow of materials, people and services, to satisfy customer demand and to ensure success in the difficult times ahead.

Who Should Attend
This programme is designed for those who are working as materials manager, plant manager, sourcing manager, purchasing & inventory manager, procurement & operations manager, purchasing agents, senior buyers, planners & buyers, sourcing engineers, equipment engineers, transport manager, forwarders and traffic & warehouse supervisors.

Entry Requirement
Applicants must have at least a recognized bachelor’s degree.

Matured Candidate enrolment:
Matured candidates may be considered for entry on a case to case basis.

Matured candidates criteria:

  1. Age above 30 years of age.
  2. Minimum of 8 years of working experience, experience need not necessary to be in the logistics industry.

GDLSCM Programme Coverage
The programme is of 12 months duration and a 12-weeks management project.

  • International Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Integrated Materials and Procurement Management
  • International Operations Management
  • Resilience & Supply Chain Security Management
  • Balanced Scorecard
  • Business Strategy in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Management Project

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Assessment and Examinations
The GDLSCM programme examination is a continuous assessment through written assignments, special projects and examinations. This ensures that actual application of concepts and knowledge with professional experience will make learning more practical and relevant.

Students must:
a. complete all the required modules for GDLSCM course
b. achieve at least 75% attendance per module in the GDLSCM course
c. pass all the prescribed examinations.

Students have to pass the prescribed examination with a total score of 50 or higher. A supplementary exam may be granted to students who failed the main examination. The student will be required to repeat the subject if the student failed the supplementary examination.

Award of Graduate Diploma
Upon successful completion of the programme and Management Project, students will be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Logistics & Supply Chain Management from SIMM.

Administrative Details
Application forms must be accompanied by:

a. Applicants must enroll as members of SIMM throughout the period of the course.
b. Education qualifications, including transcripts of results and other supporting documents.
c. One passport size photograph.

Commencing Date: Please refer to Course Schedule
Course Duration: 12 months + 12 weeks management project
Course Fee: $3,400
Application Fee: S$250/-
Membership: Participants must be members of SIMM
Registration: On a first-come-first-served basis
Closing Date: 4 weeks before commencing date
Training Venue: 9 Ah Hood Road Singapore 329975

Payment of Fees
Payment must be made 2 weeks before course commencement date. Cheque must be crossed and made payable to “Singapore Institute of Materials Management” with the title of the course and name of the participant(s) indicated at the back of the cheque.

Refund of Fees
Notice of withdrawal must be given according to the terms stated in the Terms and Conditions for enrolment.

Fee Protection Scheme
CPE requires all student's paid course fees to be protected under the FPS. The FPS serves to protect the student's fees in the event a PEI is unable to continue operations due to insolvency, and/or regulatory closure.

SIMM reserve the right to cancel/postpone the course due to unforeseen circumstances.

For more information on SIMM courses, please do not hesitate to contact the SIMM Secretariat:

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9 Ah Hood Road #04-06, Singapore 329975

Tel: (65) 6653 1233    |     Email:

WhatsApp: +6598184211

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