Agreement Enables triOS College Supply Chain Grads to Get Head Start on CSCMP

Graduates of the triOS College’s Supply Chain and Logistics program who wish to pursue their Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) designation may be granted advanced standing as a result of an agreement signed between triOS College and the Supply Chain Management Association Ontario (SCMAO).

Receiving advanced standing will mean that graduates who meet certain criteria may be exempt from certain CSCMP Designation components however some elements of the accreditation program will continue to be mandatory. 

The agreement applies to graduates of the full-time Supply Chain & Logistics Program who have obtained a minimum grade of 70%. The equivalencies accepted are:

  • Introduction to Purchasing, Professional Purchasing and Introduction to Logistics and Transportation assessed against Module 2 Procurement and Supply Management
  • Introduction to Logistics and Transportation and Inventory Control & Materials Management assessed against Module 3 Logistics and Transportation
  • Introduction to Operations Management and Inventory Control & Materials Management assessed against Module 4 Operations and Process Management

Supply Chain Management Association Ontario (SCMAO), along with its National partner (Supply Chain Management Association) and Provincial partners, is the leading professional association in Canada for supply chain management professionals. Under the authorization of provincial legislation, SCMAO awards the Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) designation and is responsible for setting the standards, accreditation and continuing professional development of its members.

The Supply Chain and Logistics program at triOS College is accredited by the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC) through its National Accreditation Program (NAP).