Check out these two new short online training courses taking place in April


Two new short online training courses available in April

The all new PASA TRAINING public programme of short courses for 2021 offers 15 courses available throughout the year. Each course is delivered in a participative style – whether ONLINE or LIVE – and incorporates the feedback on learning style preferences from the PASA Learning & Development Survey.

As a rule PASA only provides training and development programmes where:

  • The course is offered at a premium or more advanced level
  • The subject matter is not readily available through other means
  • The offering addresses skills or capabilities vital to effective procurement

The full 2021 PASA Premium Training Programme can be viewed here

Check out the following courses which are taking place in April:

Aligning Procurement/ Supply Strategy to the Business Strategy 20th April 9.00am to 2.00pm AET

A half day masterclass on becoming more relevant and how exactly to align your procurement plans with the corporate business strategy.

In theory, alignment to your business strategy is simple, yet in practice more difficult. How do you decipher what is truly important for your business and how do you interpret this exactly in procurement terms? And, importantly secure stakeholder buy-in to your strategy?

This course is the first of a ‘Masterclass” trilogy of half-day seminars with Professor Danny Samson of The University of Melbourne that are available as a 3 for 2 offer if purchased before 20th April:

  1. Aligning procurement plans to the business strategy Masterclass – 20th April
  2. The professional procurement Decision-Making Masterclass – 14th May
  3. The INNOVATION in Procurement Masterclass – 15th July

Standard Price: $950 + GST
PASA Connect Member: $760 + GST

Sustainable Procurement TODAY
28th to 30th April – 3 mornings online 9.00am to 1.00pm AET

An up-to-date guide to your sustainable procurement strategy needs – including the Modern Slavery Act, The Payment Times Reporting Act and indigenous & social procurement.

Covid forced many sustainable procurement initiatives into hiatus during 2020 – even the mandatory ones. Yet clear evidence indicates that most procurement teams are back on the track of their various sustainable procurement initiatives in early 2021.

Join this programme over three mornings online to catch-up on the SDGs, the drivers behind all forms of sustainable procurement, social procurement best practices, the Modern Slavery Act updates, Indigenous procurement policies in 2021 & environmental procurement initiatives today.

Whether as a refresher, catch-up or starting point, these three mornings online will get you and your team up-to-speed on cause-related buying and sustainable procurement quickly.

Facilitated by Jonathan Dutton, FCIPS FCIM, CEO,PASA

Standard Price: $1950 + GST
PASA Connect Member: $1560 + GST

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