Procurement Good Practice

Welcome to Procurement Good Practice.

Achieving Procurement Good Practice. Procurement is no different to any other operational function. It should be well directed and managed and have a highly motivated, well-trained team working and communicating effectively with other internal operating units and with the external supply market.

Quality management has always been one of the key measures of effective procurement. Quality management is overseeing all activities and tasks needed to maintain a desired level of performance. This includes determining a quality policy, creating and implementing quality planning and assurance, quality control and quality improvement.

The standards we have set are the optimum performance measures. See how you measure up.

Become a Certified Procurement & Supply Chain Professional (CPSCP) visit; for details and an application form.



Course Information

Estimated Time: 1 day

Difficulty: Intermediate

Course Instructors

Tom McClurg Tom McClurg Author
Allan Robertson Allan Robertson Author

Free Course

1 year of access