ASCI Practitioner Registration Workshop: Supply Chain Leaders Insights
Supply Chain Leaders Insights
A Round Table and Coaching Day
ASCI is running a workshop at the Supply Chain Leaders Insights events. Visit our workshops to explore your eligibility to become registered as a practitioner in logistics management, operations management or procurement within ASCI's Practitioner Registrations.
Take this opportunity to explore your eligibility to become registered as a practitioner in logistics management, operations management or procurement within ASCI's newly formed Practitioner Registrations. Understand the bigger picture of Professional Registration and ASCI's role as the accreditation body for supply chain management including the framework and the submission to the Professional Standfards Authority.
This workshop will highlight the process for registration and how you and your team can be registered by the first evidence-based practitioner registrations for supply chain in Australia.
Amanda Rawstron, Ethics Committee, Australasian Supply Chain Institute
Amanda joined the industry over twenty years ago, providing professional services at KPMG and then rose to senior positions with Toll Holdings, NBN Co., CEVA Logistics, Crimson & Co and Kings Transport. Amanda now runs the boutique logistics consulting practice, Logar Consulting. Amanda is passionate about people and introducing logistics, operations and supply chain management to new graduates and professionals joining the industry. Amanda holds a Bachelor of Business in Transport and Logistics Management (with Distinction) and Masters of Business Administration Executive (MBA Executive) and is a member of the RMIT School of Vocational Business Education Industry Advisory Committee for the Program areas of International Business and Logistics.
What you will learn
Which registration is right for me? This workshop will cover the ASCI Supply Chain Management Body of Knowledge and its three pillars: operations, logistics and procurement. The three registrations will be defined and explained.
How will my experience and education be recognised? In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to talk to ASCI who will conduct the assessments. Supply chain practitioners’ experience and qualifications will be recognised and measured fairly and equitably against a rigorous evidence-based methodology for registration in their sector of the supply chain.
What's involved in becoming registered? In this workshop, ASCI will provide the guidelines and supports for completing registration
Who should attend
- Supply Chain Managers and their teams
- Logistics Managers and their teams
- Procurement Managers and their teams
- HR Managers and Managing Directors
- Supply chain and logistics graduates