LEVEL UP & IGNITE YOUR CAREER

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Level-up your knowledge on the supply chain process, from raw materials to the final finished product and ignite your career.
LEVEL UP & IGNITE YOUR CAREER

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Level-up your knowledge on the supply chain process, from raw materials to the final finished product and ignite your career.
LEVEL UP & IGNITE YOUR CAREER

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Level-up your knowledge on the supply chain process, from raw materials to the final finished product and ignite your career.

Credits: 000 

NQF Level: 0 

Modules: 8

Duration: 12 weeks

Course Outline

The Supply Chain field is a dynamic mix of people and processes. The 12-week course will take you through the basics of supply chain, where you will learn the interrelationships between Supply Chain Management and Logistics, understand the supply chain process and be able to differentiate between the different supply chain concepts. You will see how the different components, stages and entities of Supply Chain tie together to make the supply chain field exciting and invigorating.

Academic Lead

Vice Chancellor

Prof. Chandru Kistan, college Rector and Principal, is the lead academic of all programmes within the higher education suite at Berea College of Technology. The credit-bearing short learning programmes within the higher education band are under Prof’s custodianship, ensuring the programmes are delivered within the regulatory requirements. An astute academic, Prof. Kistan has dedicated his professional career to the education landscape and has been at the helm of many distinguished institutions. Prof Chandru Kistan joined the University of Zululand on the 01 March 2007 as Director of Academic Planning and Quality Assurance. He held a similar position at the newly merged University of KwaZulu-Natal from 2004. Prof Kistan held several senior positions as Dean and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Education, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Assistant Registrar at the former University of Durban Westville. Before joining the Berea College of Technology, he was the Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Teaching and Learning at the University of Zululand.

Course Information

Experience a rich fusion of online learning, enhanced by engaging videos, webinars and customised content from subject matter experts.


To gain the best experience during your online journey, ensure that your internet connection is reliable and stable.
You may be required to download additional Apps. for assessments or exams. Your ADO will assist you further.

Academic Support is available at a click of a button. Tap into the support from your Academic Development Officer who is your point of contact throughout your study journey.

A combination of online assessments, encompassing an array of non-graded assessments, including quizzes, discussion forums and activities will challenge your thought process as you navigate the course. Graded assessments include 1 assignment, 2 tests and 1 exam, which will help you successfully reach the end goal, of a credit-bearing certificate.

Berea College of Technology is fully accredited by the Council on Higher Education [CHE]. All courses are credit-bearing. On completion you will receive a certificate issued from Berea College of Technology.


Ndimphiwe Marawu, is a master’s candidate at the Durban University of Technology (DUT). As a skilled subject matter expert and lecturer he is able to blend academic rigor with real-world insights, inspiring audiences to navigate the intricate landscape of Supply Chain Management challenges. While completing his undergraduate qualification at DUT, he received the Dean’s bursary for his outstanding academic performance. An accomplished author, he wrote an article titled “Good Governance as an Economic Driver for Service Delivery: Lessons for the South African Government” and presented it at the National Development Plan and State Capacity Conference – Reflections on State Capacity and Government Performance through the First Ten Years of the National Development Plan, held at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in November 2022. With humble beginnings, he spent two years as an administrative clerk specialising in logistics in the field of Supply Chain Management at the Department of Justice and Correctional Development. Connect with Mr Marawu on LinkedIn

Course Information

Experience a rich fusion of online learning, enhanced by engaging videos, webinars and customised content from subject matter experts.


To gain the best experience during your online journey, ensure that your internet connection is reliable and stable. You may be required to download additional Apps. for assessments or exams. Your ADO will assist you further.

Academic Support is available at a click of a button. Tap into the support from your Academic Development Officer who is your point of contact throughout your study journey.

A combination of online assessments, encompassing an array of non-graded assessments, including quizzes, discussion forums and activities will challenge your thought process as you navigate the course. Graded assessments include 1 assignment, 2 tests and 1 exam, which will help you successfully reach the end goal, of a credit-bearing certificate.

Berea College of Technology is fully accredited by the Council on Higher Education [CHE]. All courses are credit-bearing. On completion you will receive a certificate issued from Berea College of Technology.

Ndimphiwe Marawu, is a master’s candidate at the Durban University of Technology (DUT). As a skilled subject matter expert and lecturer he is able to blend academic rigor with real-world insights, inspiring audiences to navigate the intricate landscape of Supply Chain Management challenges. While completing his undergraduate qualification at DUT, he received the Dean’s bursary for his outstanding academic performance. An accomplished author, he wrote an article titled “Good Governance as an Economic Driver for Service Delivery: Lessons for the South African Government” and presented it at the National Development Plan and State Capacity Conference – Reflections on State Capacity and Government Performance through the First Ten Years of the National Development Plan, held at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in November 2022. With humble beginnings, he spent two years as an administrative clerk specialising in logistics in the field of Supply Chain Management at the Department of Justice and Correctional Development. Connect with Mr Marawu on LinkedIn

Course Journey

Concepts, Models and Processes related to Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Graded Assessment 1 – Assignment: Issued at the end of the week

Applying the Principles and Theories of SCM

Supply Chain Management Strategies

Graded Assessment 2: Test 1 – 30 August 2024

Logistics and Network Design

Global Supply, Business Tools and Systems within the Logistics and Supply Chain Environment

Graded Assessment 3: Test 2 – 4 October 2024

The role Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) plays in Logistics 

South Africa’s Supply Chain Legislation, Processes and Systems

Graded Assessment 4 : Examinations – 23 October 2024

Lablonde Juliette Kalalizi, tech leader and educator is a skilled software developer with experience in web development and software coaching and mentorship in South Africa’s virtual environment. She is a subject matter specialist in Programming and Business Communications.

Ms Kalalizi holds an Honours Degree in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) from the Durban University of Technology (DUT), specialising in Software Development. She also served as Executive Coach and Mentor at Womentech Inspire, a non-profit organisation supporting female students in technology. At DUT, she was recognised as one of the top ten community engagement leaders.

Her interests in Software Development, Web Development, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have driven her to launch a virtual coaching program during COVID-19, training over 100 women to excel in tech projects. She has also served as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador, helping students and small businesses access Microsoft tools for growth. Connect with Ms Kalalizi on LinkedIn

Lablonde Juliette Kalalizi, tech leader and educator is a skilled software developer with experience in web development and software coaching and mentorship in South Africa’s virtual environment. She is a subject matter specialist in Programming and Business Communications. Ms Kalalizi holds an Honours Degree in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) from the Durban University of Technology (DUT), specialising in Software Development. She also served as Executive Coach and Mentor at Womentech Inspire, a non-profit organisation supporting female students in technology. At DUT, she was recognised as one of the top ten community engagement leaders. Her interests in Software Development, Web Development, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have driven her to launch a virtual coaching program during COVID-19, training over 100 women to excel in tech projects. She has also served as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador, helping students and small businesses access Microsoft tools for growth. Connect with Ms Kalalizi on LinkedIn

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