Those applying for the Designation Program must satisfy the following entry requirements:
- Membership in Supply Chain Canada; and
- Language Proficiency: Where neither English nor French is the applicant’s native language, Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) proficiency of level 6 or higher must be demonstrated; and
- Academic Credentials: A degree or diploma in a business-related field from a recognized Canadian post-secondary institution (or proof of an international equivalency); or
- Experience: A minimum of 5 years of work or military experience in supply chain management.
Individual institutes may have additional requirements or opportunities for entry. Please contact your local Institute for full details
The Designation Program is delivered through the Provincial and Territorial Institutes of Supply Chain Canada.
Candidates can choose from two different option for the Modules: instructor-led classes or Online. Membership in Supply Chain Canada is mandatory for enrolment. Click here to visit our Membership page. You can also learn about the pathways to the designation that may be just what you need to kick-start your journey!
Individuals who reside where Supply Chain Canada Programs are not offered by any of our affiliated partners should contact Supply Chain Canada directly to arrange for individual access to the Programs.
For Candidates looking for upcoming course offerings, browse our Events Calendar by clicking the link below. Under the ‘TYPE’ dropdown, choose either ‘SCMP MODULE’ or ‘SCMP WORKSHOP’.
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Supply Chain Canada and ASCM have collaborated to jointly deliver the results for the 2021 Canadian Supply Chain Salary Report. Those with the SCMP Designation earn 22% more than those without any certifications. And those with APICs, CPIM, CSCP certifications earn 7% more.
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