Supply Chain Canada sets the standards for excellence and ethics, and is the principal source of professional development and accreditation in supply chain management in Canada. As the voice of the industry, Supply Chain Canada is always at the table to enrich discussions surrounding policy and regulatory reforms
Professionals Advancing the Future
For 100 years, Supply Chain Canada has been the country’s largest association for supply chain professionals.
We are 7,500 members strong and growing, also representing the wider profession that includes the breadth of supply chain roles such as sourcing, procurement, logistics, inventory, transportation, distribution, operations, sustainability, replenishment, and contract management.WHO WE ARE
Professional Development for Every Stage in Your Career
For those who have an interest in supply chain management, from current practitioners to other business professionals and students, Supply Chain Canada is the place for you.
Be Part of 100 Years of Canadian Excellence
Member benefits include:
Corporate On-Site Training
Career Opportunities & Development
Member Advocacy & Recognition
And much more!
Supply Chain Education & Training
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL
The SCMP™ accreditation is Canada’s principal and most sought after professional designation for those entering the profession and advancing as leaders in supply chain.+ LEARN MORE
HEAR FROM OUR STUDENTS
The SCMP designation is about connections. I was connected to instructors who were knowledgeable, approachable, and committed to my success. The structured approach connected me to leadership, strategic, and practical concepts that I could immediately apply to my job. Most appreciatively, I was connected to peers across diverse sectors creating an amazing network of on-going learning, professional, and personal relationships.
Landon M. Modien, SCMP, Alberta
SMT program helped me not just theoretical knowledge, but from a practical point of view on how to develop a plan to deal with issues more effectively and put together a process that allowed me to work in a structured way towards finding a solution. This is a program which puts me as a supply chain professional within the right framework. It guided me to define and understand my job as a valuable member of our organization. The expertise and knowledge I gained through this program helped me on my SCMP designation journey.
Anthony Sullano, SCMP candidate, British Columbia
The Certified SCMP Designation program helped me develop my critical thinking skills, reinforced my skillset by becoming more strategic and using the concepts of a Case Study to produce an Executive Presentation. In addition, the networking opportunities are priceless and to this day I continue to communicate with my group of contacts.
Bob (Bojan) Prostran, CSCMP Graduate
The information provided throughout the program was valuable and had many practical applications that could be used immediately in my workplace. I highly recommend the program to those who are interested in Supply Chain Management.
Jackie Curry, CSCMP Graduate
I am a recent graduate of the SCMP designation and have achieved tremendous gratitude and appreciation for all of the advice and incredible knowledge that I have gained from each and every instructor in this program. I’ve gained more than I could have imagined through this incredible experience; although challenging at times this was the best course of action I could have taken given our ever changing industry in Supply Chain.
Matt Galbraith, CSCMP Graduate
I chose to obtain my designation to further my career opportunities and enhance my industry knowledge. When I began investigating designation program options I felt that the Supply Chain Management designation offered the most comprehensive program of study and was acknowledged as an industry leader in designation programs. While completing the program I enjoyed the opportunity to cover a wide range of supply chain topics and make connections with others in my field of expertise.
Lynda Lewis, CSCMP Graduate
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