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Procurement and Supply Diploma CIPS

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: CMI, Communications and Management Institute
Fee: 2,150.00
Duration: 6 mths
Time: 18.30-21.30
Course Locations: Dublin City Centre

Course Details

The Procurement and Supply Diploma is a chartered diploma qualification awarded by CIPS - Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply and is the only course of its kind in Ireland. CIPS are the leading educators in procurement and supply and CMI-Ireland deliver their courses throughout Ireland. This course is offered by classroom and also by distance learning. For more info log on to www.cmi-ireland.com or T: 01 4927070

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