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CIPS Level 5AdvancedDiploma inProcurementand SupplyRef: 603/3925/12018 SyllabusVersion 15

YourqualifıcationCIPS qualifications are regulated internationally to ensure we offer a recognised, professionalstandard in procurement and supply. CIPS Level 5* Advanced Diploma in Procurement andSupply is a vocationally related professional qualification. Formal recognition is included withinthe regulatory frameworks of an increasing number of countries such as the UK (England, Walesand Northern Ireland), UAE (including Dubai) and Africa (including Zambia). Further informationon this recognition and the details of corresponding qualifications levels for other internationalqualifications frameworks are detailed on our website. CIPS members can have the confidencein our regulated qualifications, which reliably indicate the standard of knowledge, skills andunderstanding that you, as a learner, are required to demonstrate.A vocationally related qualification, the Level 5 AdvancedDiploma is designed for individuals working at or aspiringto the Managerial and Professional levels of the CIPS GlobalStandard for Procurement and Supply. The AdvancedDiploma is designed for the more experienced membersof the profession who are expected to develop, improveand fulfill functional business objectives and also formulatedirection.Entry levelLevel 2Certificate inProcurementand SupplyOperationsThe required knowledge and skills are developed aslearners perform practical, work-related tasks with afocus on how to deal with key aspects of risk in supplychains and mitigation of those risks; processing andevaluating contracts and the impact of legal implicationsand non-conformance of contracts. On completion ofthis qualification you can expect to improve your overallorganisational procurement and supply performance tofulfil your organisational objectives.Entry levelHighest Entry levelLevel 3AdvancedCertificate inProcurementand SupplyOperationsLevel 4Diploma inProcurementandSupplyLevel 5AdvancedDiploma inProcurementand SupplyLevel 6ProfessionalDiploma inProcurementand SupplyNext stepsThis qualification provides progression to the CIPS Level 6 Professional Diplomain Procurement and Supply.* Refers to levels within the UK RQF. Other regulatory bodies may have different corresponding levelsBased on the Managerial and Professional competency levels of CIPS Global StandardLevel 6

60What will I study?Creditsrequired forcompletionFive CORE modules make up 42 of the required creditsCORE Level 5 Managing Teams and Individuals (L5M1)12CREDITSCORE Level 5 Advanced Contract & Financial Management (L5M4)12CREDITSCORE Level 5 ManagingSupply Chain Risk (L5M2)CORE Level 5 ManagingContractual Risk (L5M3)6CREDITSCORE Level 5 ManagingEthical Procurement andSupply (L5M5)642Credits madeup of COREmodulesCREDITS6CREDITSChoose three ELECTIVE modules to make up the final 18 remaining creditsELECTIVE Level 5 Category Management (L5M6) 6 creditsELECTIVE Level 5 Advanced Negotiation (L5M15) 6 creditsELECTIVE Level 5 Achieving Competitive Advantage Through the Supply Chain (L5M7) 6 creditsELECTIVE Level 5 Project and Change Management (L5M8) 6 creditsELECTIVE Level 5 Operations Management (L5M9) 6 creditsELECTIVE Level 5 Logistics Management (L5M10) 6 creditsWho is it for?Provides senior buyers, contract and supply chainmanagers with the expertise to improve organisationalprocurement and to fulfil organisational objectives. Itgives you the knowledge base to reduce cost, improvequality and timescales, manage the supply chain anddeal with legal issues.What will I learn?Building on the practical knowledge and understandinggained at CIPS Level 4 Diploma in Procurement andSupply you will develop a higher level of practical,theoretical and technical knowledge and understandingof procurement and supply. Your learning will focus onhow to deal with key aspects of risk in supply chainsand mitigation of those risks; processing and evaluatingcontracts and the impact of legal implications whencontracts are breached.18Credits made upof your choice ofELECTIVEmodulesOn completion of this qualification you can expectto improve your overall organisational procurementand supply performance to fulfil your organisationalobjectives.Entry requirementsYou will need to have achieved the CIPS Level 4 Diplomain Procurement and Supply.Credit valuesTo gain a qualification you are required to complete atotal number of credits. This is a way of quantifying therequired number of study hours. 1 credit is equivalent to10 hours of study. Each module is given a credit value of6 or 12 credits.Total credits requiredfor completion6003

About ourexams and yourstudy commitmentsObjective Response exam format (OR)These questions allow you to select a response from a list of possible answers.You will find these types of exams across all our qualifications levels and theyare marked by computer and then moderated by CIPS examiners.Constructed Response exam format (CR)These questions require you to create or ‘construct’ a response to the questionsuch as an essay or case study. You will find this type of exam in our diplomalevel qualifications and they will be marked by subject expert examiners.Your total qualification time (TQT)The TQT indicates the overall number of guided learning hours,additional self-study and assessment time that is required.Guided learning hours (GLH)It is expected that you will undertake 250 GLH. The definition of guided learninghours is: ‘A measure of the amount of input time required to achieve thequalification. This includes lectures, tutorials and practicals, as well assupervised study in, for example, learning centres and workshops’.Self-study requirement (SSR)Additionally, we recommend that you also commit to at least 335 SSRhours. This includes wider reading of the subject areas and revision to giveyourself the best preparation for successfully achieving the qualification.Total exam timeAll the modules in CIPS qualifications are assessed by an examination.cips.org/qualificationsORCR600TQT HRS250GLH HRS335SSR HRS15HRS

CCORE MODULEManaging Teamsand Individuals[L5M1]CIPS GLOBALSTANDARD7.6 9.4 9.59.6 10.3CRCONSTRUCTEDRESPONSE EXAM3HRSEXAM DURATIONHOURS120Module purposeOn completion of this module, learners will be able to evaluate the different schoolsof thought and the reasoning behind the variety of approaches to the management ofthemselves, individuals and groups or teams within organisations.Module aim(s)Management is the administration of an organisation, whether it be a business, a not-forprofit organisation, or government body. Management includes the activities of setting thestrategy of an organisation and coordinating the efforts of its employees or volunteers toaccomplish its objectives through the application of available resources, such as financial,natural, technological, and human resources. In keeping with other organisational functions,those who manage procurement and supply activity must possess expertise in developingand fulfilling organisational and functional objectives. It is therefore, essential that learnersgain a wider appreciation of theories and techniques that relate to managing teams andindividuals involved with the procurement and supply function.HRSMODULELEARNINGTIME12Credit valueCREDITS05

Learning outcomes, assessment criteria and indicative content1.0 Understand, analyse and apply management andorganisational approaches1.1 Analyse aspects of organisational behaviour The behaviour of people The process of management The organisational context in which the process ofmanagement takes place Organisational metaphors The psychological contract: individual andorganisational expectations Interactions with the external environment1.2 Analyse contemporary approaches to managementand organisational behaviourApproaches such as: Organisations as a ‘socio-technical’ system The systems approach to organisational behaviour The contingency approach Postmodernism in organisations1.3 Analyse the origins of management and organisationalbehaviour Classical approaches to organisational behaviour andmanagement The development and application of scientificmanagement Bureaucracy in organisational design and structure 2.1 Analyse how the different behavioural characteristicsof individuals can impact on their management styleand approach Understanding the differences among individuals Uniqueness and similarities between individuals Idiographic approaches to the development andmeasurement of individuals Emotional intelligence Diversity in organisations Managing diversity Emotional Intelligence - use emotional information toguide thinking and behaviour, and to manage and/oradjust emotions2.2 Examine how the different learning styles ofindividuals can impact on their management style andapproach Learning as a formal and spontaneous process The groupThe organisationSocietal influences and the wider environmentThe cultural environment and methodologies forassessing cultural typescips.org/qualificationsExplicit and tacit knowledgeCognitive theories of learningApproaches to knowledge management2.3 Differentiate between the approaches to motivationin the management of individualsThe human relations approach1.4 Evaluate influences that shape organisationalbehaviour The individual 2.0 Understand and apply approaches to managingindividuals involved in the procurement and supplyfunction Approaches such as:The meaning of motivationExtrinsic and intrinsic motivationFrustration induced and constructive behavioursContent theories of motivationProcess theories of motivationEquity and goal theories of motivation2.4 Analyse the major factors that can influence jobsatisfaction among individuals The dimensions of job satisfaction Alienation at workApproaches to job design, enlargement andenrichment Flexible working arrangements

3.0 Understand and apply approaches to managing workgroups or teams involved in the procurement andsupply function4.0 Understand and apply planning approaches foraspects of human resource management for theprocurement and supply function3.1 Examine the impact of work groups or teams oneffective and efficient performance Groups, teams and teamwork Group values and norms Formal and informal groups4.1 Define the role of human resource management inorganisations Definitions of human resource management (HRM) HRM policies, activities and functions HRM as a shared organisational responsibility3.2 Analyse the stages of development of work groups orteams Reasons for the formation of groups/teams The work environment: size of the group, capabilityof the members, the nature of the task, physicalsetting, communications and the use of technology Theories on the stages of group/team development4.2 Examine the skills and knowledge requirements forpersonnel in the procurement and supply function Job analysis and job skills Identifying knowledge and skills for roles Human capital management3.3 Assess the characteristics of effective work groups orteams Characteristics of an effective work group Perspectives on team roles Stages of group dynamics and development Self-managed work groups/teamsVirtual teams and remote workingThe benefits of cultural diversity3.4 Analyse the nature of role relationships in workgroups or teams The stakeholders of a procurement and supplyfunction Role congruence and incongruence Intra group/team cohesion and conflict Positive and negative outcomes from conflictBehaviours to reduce conflictDeveloping effective groups/teamsRelationship building based on different individualstrengths4.3 Identify the key components of a recruitment andselection plan to meet the skills and knowledge needsof the procurement and supply function Drafting job descriptions Screening and assessing candidates to meetrequirements The interview process The use of IT software solutions in recruitmentThe regulatory aspects of the employment ofpersonnel in the procurement and supply function Forms of discrimination and harassment Legislative regulation on employment practices4.4 Identify a plan for training and development ofpersonnel in the procurement and supply function Cost and benefits of training Methods, delivery and evaluation of trainingTraining needs analysisThe application of personal development plansPerformance review and appraisal07

5.0 Understand the application of the individualcapabilities required to manage the procurement andsupply function5.1 Examine self-development techniques that can beused to improve individual performance Learning from mistakes Seek and accept feedback from others 360 degree reporting Maintain, promote and monitor personal andprofessional honesty and integrity Managing up and coping with senior colleagues Emotional Intelligence - use emotional information toadjust emotions to adapt environments or to achieveindividual goals5.2 Examine organisational change and approaches tosuccessful change management Recognise the need for change Understand and manage the strategic drivers forchange Identify and minimise areas of potential conflict and/or resistance Promote team involvement and collective ownershipof change solutions Promote and maintain a positive individual and teamattitude to the change process5.3 Assess the requirement for and approaches todiversity in the workplace Maintain and promote best practice in valuing andrespecting diversity Recognise the positive contribution that diversity canmake to the work place5.4 Assess the requirement for and approaches toequality in the workplace Maintain and promote best practice in valuing andrespecting equality Recognise the positive contribution that equality canmake to the work placecips.org/qualifications

CCORE MODULEManaging SupplyChain Risk[L5M2]CIPS GLOBALSTANDARD8.4OROBJECTIVERESPONSE EXAM1.5HRSEXAM DURATIONHOURS60Module purposeOn completion of this module, learners will be able to appraise a variety of tools andtechniques to establish the level of risk in supply chains and to recommend and apply waysof avoiding, mitigating or managing risk.Module aim(s)Risk management is a central part of an organisation’s strategy. It is a process whereby theorganisation will identify, record and then address the risks associated with their activitieswith the aim of driving out or controlling those risks to the overall benefit of organisationalefficiency and effectiveness. The supply chain is by its very nature a complex activity whichis therefore susceptible to risk and its associated impacts. This module is designed to enablelearners to examine the nature of supply chain risk and to evaluate mitigation techniqueswhich are available to them as they deal with the associated challenges. They will undertakerisk analysis and consider the advantages of a risk register as they apply a range ofappropriate risk management tools and techniques to the supply chain.HRSMODULELEARNINGTIME6Credit valueCREDITS09

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CIPS qualifications are regulated internationally to ensure we offer a recognised, professional standard in procurement and supply. CIPS Level 5* Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supply is a vocationally related professional qualification. Formal recognition is included within the regulatory frameworks of an increasing number of countries such as the UK (England, Wales and Northern Ireland ...