Suitable for: People in buying or contracting roles who manage the procurement cycle process. Such people may have responsibility for sourcing goods and services and/or managing supplier relationships. We can quickly identify if this qualification is suitable for you via telephone.
Assessment method: Competency based non-examination qualifications.
Achievement Criteria: To achieve level 4 Diploma in Procurement (QCF), learners must achieve a minimum of 60 credits made up of ALL 4 mandatory units (M units) totalling 19 credits, a minimum of 4 units worth at least 17 credits from Group B units with the remaining credits to be achieved from Group B or C units (maximum of 20 credits from Group C).
Evaluate information on procurement
Develop working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders
Improve the performance of procurement
Provide leadership and direction for own area of responsibility
Determine requirements and produce a specification in procurement
Evaluate supplier performance
Undertake a supply market analysis
Review the outcomes of contracts
Establish contractual relationships with suppliers
Manage a sourcing process in procurement
Assess the capability of suppliers to meet requirements