The Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management helps participants to up-skill and provides them with the necessary expertise and confidence to meet the challenges of the industry.
Year 1 - Advanced Certificate
- Introduction to Writing, Presentations and Research Skills
- Supply Chain Management
- Warehouse and Transport Management
- Introduction to Financial Accounting and Quantitative Techniques
- Business Applications
- Customer Service
On completion of Year 1 students receive an Advanced Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Year 2 - Diploma
- Logistics and Finance Management
- Management and Marketing
- Human Resources Management
- Operations Management
On completion of Year 2 students are awarded the Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
At the end of each module students are assessed either by completion of a 2,500 word assignment (+/- 10%), a case study project or another continuous assessment assignment of a similar standard.
Students examinations are Semester Based.
October & November modules will be covered in a December exam.
January, February & March modules will be covered in May exam.
A pass mark of 40% is required in both assignment and exam.
Each student’s overall mark is calculated by combining their assignment and exam marks together.
Marks awarded for assignments and examinations are provisional until formally signed off by CILT's examination board and external examiner. They meet in June to review all results.
Where are Classes Held for the Diploma
Griffith College, Wellington Road, Cork.
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Bolton Street, Dublin 1.
Notice: Guidelines for Diploma Assignments and Examinations
Assignments must be submitted three weeks after the completion of a module.
Two copies of each assignment must be submitted:
- One sent by email to Pauline Lacey - email@example.com
- The other in hard copy format and posted to CILT
Late assignment submission
Assignments that are submitted late will only be awarded a pass mark.
Deferment/extension of assignments
Students may only seek deferments/extensions in exceptional circumstances e.g. illness and/or family bereavement etc.
To seek an extension you must email or write to the Education Services Officer of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
Only CILT can approve deferment/extensions requests.
The Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is awarded by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Ireland, the key professional body for the logistics and transport disciplines.