Supply Chain Management

Earn Your Diploma in Supply Chain Management!

Program Length:

39 weeks


  • ON Diploma

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    Online Learning:


    Start Dates

    November 13, 2023
    January 15, 2024
    March 4, 2024


    August 23, 2024
    October 11, 2024
    October 25, 2024
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    Earn Your Diploma in Supply Chain Management!

    The Supply Chain Management diploma allows students to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to be at the forefront of a career where the need for professionals is at an all-time high!

    Supply chain management exists in every single organization and can range from sourcing raw materials, manufacturing products, managing operations and arranging transportation – all on an international scale! In addition to learning from industry professionals, you will receive a student membership with Supply Chain Canada, advanced computer training, and a 4-week practicum to have you job-ready.

    Our Winnipeg, Manitoba campus is registered with the Manitoba Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration as a Private Vocational Institution under the PVI Act. Our Ottawa campus is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

    Job Market

    Successful graduates of the Supply Chain Management course may pursue a wide variety of interesting and rewarding professions, including:

    • Shippers and Receivers
    • Supply Chain Assistant
    • Dispatcher
    • Freight Clerk
    • Purchasing Agent
    • Purchasing Clerk
    • Purchasing Clerk Assistant
    • Procurement Clerk
    • Procurement Agent
    • Inventory Analyst
    • Inventory Clerk
    • Inventory Control Clerk
    • Inventory Planner

    Salary Information

    Average Wage ($/hr) – $20.67
    High Wage ($/hr) – $30.77
    National Occupation Classification (NOC) for this program: 1521, 1524
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    This program is an excellent fit for:

    • Someone with experience in construction or working in a warehouse who is looking transition into a 'desk' job.
    • A person with great attention to detail.
    • An individual with excellent problem solving and multi-tasking skills.

    Why choose the Supply Chain Management program?

    • Supply chain management professionals are incredibly in-demand across Canada.
    • Gain an education and hands-on experience that will open doors in many industries.
    • Lifetime career services!

    Save time & money

    • Finish most programs and become job-ready in less than a year!
    • Get the skills you need to get hired with programs that cut the extras and give you the skills you need to get hired.
    • With career support for life with Willis College, our experts will help find you employment no matter how long ago you graduated
    • You don't need three to four years of school to enter the workforce with the skills to start a great paying career!

    Exceptional flexibility

    • Learn online with instructor-led programs that will prepare you for the career of your dreams.
    • On-Campus program availability is also an option for select programs in Winnipeg and Ottawa.
    • Start school NOW with most program intakes happening every six weeks (no need to wait!)
    • No waiting lists, even in our most-popular programs. We'll get you the job training you need to start your career ASAP.

    Career-relevant education

    • Our programs are programs aligned with real-world, in-demand occupations. We wil get you job-ready!
    • Most Willis College programs include practicum experience so you can hit the job search running with a great education AND experience.
    • Willis College has 150 years of skills training excellence.
    • We have real relationships with employers who are waiting to hire qualified Willis College graduates!

    What Our Graduates Are Saying

    Online schooling was helpful in working around my schedule. It allowed me to gain the education I needed from the comfort of my own home. Despite online classes, you receive a quick response when help is needed.
    Daphne Phillips
    Addictions & Community Services Worker