Supply Chain

Supply Chain & Operations Management

Upgrade your supply chain expertise with sought-after managerial skills to further your career growth. Upon completing this supply chain management diploma program, you will receive industry certifications to improve your professional credentials.

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    49 to 61 Weeks


    12 Weeks

    Program Outline

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    About Our Supply Chain & Operations Management Program

    In as short as 49 weeks, you will learn the key supply chain and management concepts you need to succeed in this industry. Afterwards, you can opt to further fortify your skills with a 12-week internship to attain real-world experience. With our small class sizes, you will get more attention and focused guidance from our topnotch instructors.

    Career Opportunities

    After completing our Supply Chain and Operations Management courses, you will qualify for a number of positions such as:

    • Purchasing Agent
    • Contract Management Officer
    • Material Estimator
    • Material Management Officer
    • Inventory Planner
    • Scheduling Clerk
    • Energy Asset Surface Land Analyst
    • Inventory Analyst


    Employers Who Have Hired Our Supply Chain & Operations Management Program Grads

    • UPS Supply Chain Solutions
    • Maple Leaf Foods Inc.
    • Canadian Tire Corporation
    • QRC Logistics
    • Ford Motor Company
    • Pepsi Co.
    • Laidlaw


    93 %

    Employment Rate*

    $ 32

    Average Wage/HR**

    $ 43

    High Wage/HR**

    *Employment Rate based on 2022 contactable triOS graduates employed in a related field within 12 months.


    NOC Code: 1523/14402, 1524/14403, 1225/12102 - **Wage data based on NOC Code 1523 and rounded down to the nearest dollar. Average wage doesn't reflect the starting salary but represents the middle value between lowest to highest wages. Local (or regional) income may vary. Last updated in Jan 2024.

    Program Details

    Do you take pride in your numeracy, computer, and analytical skills? Are you a team player? If so, then a career in Supply Chain & Operations Management may be perfect for you.

    triOS College’s Supply Chain & Operations Management diploma program can equip you with the knowledge and expertise you need to succeed in such a demanding industry. Gain a deeper understanding of how products are conceptualized, designed, manufactured, and shipped to customers.

    With this Supply Chain & Operations Management program, you will cover key supply chain, project management, and people management topics such as:

    • Six Sigma
    • International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
    • Total Quality Management
    • ABC Analysis
    • Risk and Risk Management
    • Data Analysis

    On top of these, you will also take the following courses to prepare yourself for managerial responsibilities:

    • Integrated Enterprise Resource Planning
    • Business Project Management
    • Foundational Competencies for Managers
    • Advanced Excel and Analytics

    You can complete this program in 49 weeks. Choose for the 61-week option to gain hands-on experience through a 12-week internship.

    Students who complete this supply chain management diploma program will receive:

    • Registered and approved diploma
    • Advanced standing in the Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) Designation Program
    • Certificate in International Freight Forwarding
    • Certificate of Recognition in Introductory Dispatch and Operations Software
    • Microsoft Project license
    • Oracle Academy NetSuite Enterprise Resource Planning software
    • Job search assistance

    You can also check out triOS College’s Supply Chain & Logistics program and Supply Chain online program.

    Admission Requirements
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    – High school graduation diploma, or Mature Student Status (for more information please refer to the Program Outline at the top of this page or speak to your Education Consultant)

    – Passing score on the Entrance Assessment

    This program has been approved for advanced standing towards obtaining the Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) designation.

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    I was apprehensive about being "the oldest student on campus". But I made new friends, achieved the formal qualifications I needed for advancement, and enjoyed my teachers.

    Keith P.

    Graduated in 2015

    This program will give you all the value of the supply chain and logistics program plus the benefits of courses in data management. These additional courses will give you hands-on practice with industry-leading software providers such as Microsoft Project and Oracle Academy NetSuite ERP.

    Jeff Turner

    Supply Chain & Logistics Faculty Head

    Why pursue our diploma in supply chain management?

    Aside from qualifying for supply chain management certifications after graduation, find out why students choose to pursue a diploma in supply chain management from triOS College.

    Frequently Asked Questions about Supply Chain and Operations Management


    Is supply chain management a good career?

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    Yes, supply chain management is widely considered a promising and rewarding career. As a supply chain professional, you'd be crucial in optimizing efficiency, cutting costs, and boosting competitiveness for businesses. Your role involves coordinating everything from sourcing to distribution, ensuring timely and cost-effective delivery to consumers.
    With the increasing complexity of supply chains and the focus on sustainability and technology, there are diverse opportunities for your career growth. The demand for skilled professionals in supply chain management is consistently high, making it a favorable choice if you're into operations, logistics, and strategic management.

    Why study logistics and supply chain management?

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    In a globalized business world, effective supply chain management is key for competitiveness, cost reduction, and customer satisfaction. By understanding logistics, you can help streamline operations, reduce bottlenecks, and bring in innovative solutions, promoting economic growth. Not only will you provide a business advantage but also addresses challenges from market changes, technology, and shifting consumer preferences.

    Skills Needed for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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    In the world of logistics and supply chain management, you need a mix of skills to ensure things run smoothly. You've got to be good at solving problems, using data to plan, and thinking strategically to improve efficiencies and add value.
    Communication is crucial -- working well with suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors is key to building strong relationships. In addition, paying attention to details is a must, especially since logistics involves dealing with complex systems and lots of data. Being adaptable is important too, as the industry is always changing with new technology and rules.
    These will help you stay on top of the ever-changing industry and be successful in your role.