Supply Chain

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Post-Graduation Work Permit

The in-person delivery of this program meets the eligibility criteria for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program for international students.

This one-year professional certificate program is designed for individuals to complete post diploma or degree to prepare them for the various aspects of working in supply chain – including logistics, operations management, procurement, transportation, inventory & warehousing, bidding & contract management, global logistics, and business planning principles.

What to expect from the program

If you want a career that is a part of a bigger global process, and brings goods and services to your community, the Supply Chain professional certificate is the right program for you.

Courses cover a wide range of topics related to supply chain, including Procurement, Logistics, and Contract Management. Learners in this program are prepared to start their career in supply chain in a variety of different positions based on their interests.

Graduate with experience

This is a non-credit program that issues a professional certificate upon successful completion of the courses and three-month work integrated learning component.


Career opportunities

Graduates of the Supply Chain professional certificate program are workforce ready and can be employed in positions such as:

  • logistics coordinator
  • warehousing
  • junior buyer
  • customer care representative in different industries
  • clerk
  • inventory control
  • shipping and receiving
  • supply chain analyst
  • front-line manufacturing

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Supply Chain

Professional Certificates for International Students

January 11, 2023
8:30 am - 9:30 am

Online - GotoWebinar

NorQuest College’s professional certificate programs offer workforce training in Canada’s high-demand job industries.

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