Procurement Manager

All businesses depend to a greater or lesser extent on input from a number of subcontractors in order to produce their own goods and services. A competent management of the procurement process will be an important source of control of production and thus also the business's financial performance. Experience shows that businesses have great potential for improvement in knowledge, skill, and the organization and management of procurement processes.

Programme description

All businesses depend to a greater or lesser extent on input from a number of subcontractors in order to produce their own goods and services. A competent management of the procurement process will be an important source of control of production and thus also the business's financial performance. Experience shows that businesses have great potential for improvement in knowledge, skill, and the organization and management of procurement processes.

Study model

Job opportunities

The program qualifies to work with procurement processes in both private and public sector. Position as purchaser or purchasing manager will be relevant.

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline No international admission
ECTS Credits 30
Study level One term programme
Scope Part time
Teaching language Norwegian
Police certificate of conduct No
Campus Steinkjer

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline No international admission

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