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Corporate Educator of the Year
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This category is extended to organisations that recognise the value and importance of Supply Chain management Education and training for their employees. The organisation should have invested in continuing development in its people thus ensuring and demonstrating continuing improvement and positive support and attitude to skills development in supply chain management.

The submission must include the following supporting statements / testimonials:

  • Testimony from employees that support the nomination
  • Testimony from clients or customers (internal or external) that support the nomination

Please Take Note:

The judging panel may request an interview with employees / clients or customers to verify the statements / testimonials made.

Shortlisted Corporate nominations may be required to present their nominations the judging panel on the 12th October 2018

All criteria sections are to be completed. We regret that an incomplete submission will result in your submission not being considered.

Submission Deadline: Friday 5th October 2018 at 16:30

The SCMEEA award event will take place on evening of the 8th November 2018 in Johannesburg.

Criteria

Weighting

Strategic objective

10%

What is the strategic objective for the skills development/ Training intervention that was implemented in the organisation?

Please provide a summary and explain why it was chosen.

Overview of intervention

  • Integrated and cross functional across the business

10%

  • Content of the training intervention

10%

  • Has the training provided skills to employees that can be used within your organisation and within the broader supply chain management profession?

10%

Accreditation

  • SA Qualification Authority (Appropriate NQF Level and Unit Standard)

5%

Reason for the intervention

  • Details on the status prior to the intervention

5%

  • Reasons for implementation of the training project (unhappy clients or customers, escalating supply chain management costs, high staff turnover etc.)

15%

Proven results or benefits achieved

  • Proven benefits to the organisation following the training intervention (client or customer satisfaction improved, supply chain management costs reduction, job satisfaction etc.

20%

  • Employee promotion (include individual success stories)

10%

Professional Association

  • Company support for and payment of membership fees for professional associations, learned or vocational society and trade or industry associations within the supply chain profession.

5%

 

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