An IACCM Training Program: 4 Continuing Professional Development Points
Driving commercial excellence across the organization
Growing complexity, increasing velocity of change, unpredictable market volatility. The need for commercial judgment has never been greater, but it is threatened by the pressure for speed and demands for frictionless commerce.
What's the answer? Today, more than ever, businesses need to raise the level of commercial awareness within their organization. They need people who can recognise risk, who understand when they need to turn to experts, who move from an environment of 'don't know they don't know' to one where they 'know they don't know'.
Time is precious. Everyone is busy. Commercial awareness training must be practical, incisive and easy to digest. That's why IACCM has responded to the requests by its members to develop a dynamic, interactive, on-demand Program designed for the non-commercial practitioner.
“At key phases of the contracting lifecycle, different groups or functions may take the lead. This is a major factor in driving complexity and potential inefficiency into the contracting process, resulting in additional costs, delays and potentially fragmented decisions.”
Who would benefit from this Program?
This Program is primarily directed to those who are not in the contracting function but need to develop an understanding of the overall contracting process to help drive successful trading relationships for their organization. Examples include employees in product management, delivery, order processing, finance, relationship management, sales, and other related departments within an organization. This Program can also be a primer to those new to contract and commercial management (CCM) and intend to pursue a career or supporting role in the profession.
How is the Program delivered?
The Program is online and self-paced, comprising of a combination of short videos, knowledge checks, case studies, and online discussions. The interactive components and social learning elements allow individuals to meaningfully participate and personalize the Program to their role, level, department and industry.
What is the time commitment for the Program?
The Program is intended to take between 2–3 hours to complete.
What do participants earn?
Participants earn a Certificate of Completion and 4 points toward IACCM Continuing Professional Development.
The cost for the Program is US$ 395 per person. Volume pricing is available for IACCM members.Download brochure Register now