Throughout the qualification the aim is to address the needs and priorities of the organisation as well as the individual’s own personal development, a full training needs analysis is carried out at the start of the programme.
This innovative Procurement programme has been specifically designed to maximise the potential and professionalise the role of procurement professionals. The blended learning programme offers a methodical approach development, incorporating individual development sessions, online portfolios and support to encourage lateral thinking and creativity.
Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs) tell you exactly what you have to do in a job to do it well. They are based on national standards which are drawn up by people from industry, commerce and education. This means that if you have an SVQ, then you have a way of proving that you can do your job well, to national standards agreed by whatever industry or commercial sector you are in.
All candidates have access to an online coach as regular personal contact and coaching remain crucial.
The aims of the Procurement Programme are to
Every candidate will undertake vocational qualification units. Throughout the qualification the aim is to address the needs and priorities of the organisation as well as the individual's own personal development, and a full training needs analysis is carried out at the start of the programme.
Please get in touch for more information on the Training Matters e-portfolio and course costs. Support funding may be available via Skills Development Scotland.
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Training Matters provide quality training, focussing on the development of the individual. By enabling them to achieve their own potential, we help companies, in turn, meet their objectives.
Training Matters are an accredited centre for SQA and ILM qualifications, covering Management, Procurement, Hospitality, Learning & Development and Digital Marketing.
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