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your team's skill?

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place. Academy of Procurement
will boost capability so that you
can gain more ground.


Academy of Procurement

Talk to us about a blended learning program for your organisation

Building capability can also increase your capacity to do more with the same resources.

Academy of Procurement offers a program that is fresh, rich in content and unlike anything seen before from training providers.

All workshops and learning programs are designed to be practical – with capability uplift as the focus – the emphasis is on up-skilling you to achieve success in your specific job role.

Blended learning to suit all learning styles and career pathways – amalgamating different modes of e-Learning, Workshops, Coaching, Webinars, Assessments and Certifications.

Built by industry experts all programs offera blended approach to trainingto suit the learning style of each individual.

Academy of Procurementhas been rolled out globally across multiple industries with both the private and public sector engaging in short-term, mid-term and long-term programs to drive change, develop capabilityand boost capacity.

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Plans do not deliver value, people do.

When your employees are capable, equipped and accountable and as a team sustain high activity levels only then will your plans deliver value!

On offer is:
  • Tailored corporate programs to take your team from surviving to thriving.
  • Unique delivery using the LEAP methodology (Learn, Experience, Apply, Progress) to appeal to all learning styles and to maximise 70-20-10 learning principles.
  • Access to world-class Procurement & Supply Chain e-Learning offering enormous breadth and depth.
  • A broad selection of workshops available at the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels.
  • Topics cover all aspects of Procurement, Negotiation and Contract Management.
  • Workshops can be hosted in-house at your organisation, or attend an open event as an individual.
  • Training needs analysis for you to assess yourself and receive your personal development report.
  • Internationally recognised certifications in Procurement and Supply Chain.

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Access the world’s greatest e-Learning tool for Procurement Professionals and Contract Managers

Over 500 e-Learning courses covering the entire gamut of procurement and supply chain, with high impact videos and hundreds of resources!

e-Learning Program includes:
  • Videos that are high-impact, compelling and true to life.
  • Meet typical characters you could encounter in your workplace.
  • Identify with recognisable situations and access advice.
  • Interactive quizzes to test your understanding as you work through the content.

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Ever Wondered what ‘good’ looks like ?

Benchmark your teams capability against the best of the best. With our unique SkillsGAP Analysis platform you can have your entire team assessed on skills, knowledge and behaviours to understand what development needs may exist.

Procurement thought leadership

Contributed by our collaborators who love open source thinking
and participation.

It’s Time to Think About the Total Cost of Ownership

‘High quality, affordable products, and services that don’t harm the environment, delivered on demand!’ Sound familiar? That’s the mantra of the modern customer. No longer is it acceptable to sacrifice quality for a cheaper price tag. Nor is it acceptable to cut corners at the expense of the environment and…
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The compounding impact of commercial nous

It feels like just yesterday that I received my first lesson in ‘commercial nous’. That was 25 years ago. At that time, I was a mechanic. The most valuable thing I learnt was not tightening bolts, changing oil, and replacing spark plugs. It was how to look someone in the eye, shake…
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Make or Buy: It’s Time for a Rethink

What is the point of sales departments? To create markets and stoke demand. Sales departments have been a standard part of industry for so long that we sometimes fail to remember that, for much of human history, sales activity was business to consumer. Business to business sales wasn’t a concept…
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