WORKSHOP

CIPS Module L4M4 Ethical and Responsible Sourcing

OVERVIEWIn any organisation, a significant element of procurement and supply activity is based around decisions to internally conduct activity or to source from an external supplier. Hence, the selection of the correct external suppliers is a vital contributor to overall organisational success. This module enables personnel with roles in procurement and supply to formulate selection criteria and sourcing strategies to ensure that the organisation will make the correct choice of external suppliers. It explains options for sourcing, and examines the key processes that can be applied to the analysis of potential external suppliers and to ensure the development of ethically and socially responsible sourcing agreements.
DURATION3 x 1.5 hours
DELIVERYVirtual workshop Work-based activities, including presentations, group work and case studies
LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Understand options for sourcing requirements from suppliers
  • Identify the sourcing process in relation to procurement
  • Differentiate between approaches to the sourcing of requirements from suppliers
  • Define selection criteria that can be commonly applied when sourcing requirements from external suppliers
  • Define award criteria that can be commonly applied when sourcing requirements from external suppliers
  • Understand the key processes that can be applied to the analysis of potential external suppliers
  • Analyse commonly used sources of information on market data that can impact on the sourcing of requirements from external suppliers
  • Identify the key processes used for obtaining quotations and tenders
  • Identify the criteria that can be commonly applied to the assessment of quotations or tenders
  • Analyse how electronic systems can be used to help the sourcing of requirements from external suppliers

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