- Location: Bur Dubai - Dubai
- Duration: 18 Hours
- Timings: Flexible
As a certified professional purchasing manager you will master operational purchasing practice, manage systems and relationships, provide added value with your skills in procurement, sourcing and negotiating, and lead the procurement organization. You need to have a minimum of two years' experience in the purchasing department of an organization to qualify for this course.
Our trainers are working professionals and have a practical approach to the subject. The student is encouraged to interact with the trainer and fellow students to have better understanding of the subject and clear any doubts that arise.
Registration fee of AED 100/- extra for all courses (nonrefundable)
On completion of the course you receive the Phoenix certificate attested by KHDA (Ministry of Education, Dubai)
International certification from the American Institute of Management Studies (AIMS) is an available option to the student (AED 950/-)
About Phoenix Educational Institute
Why choose Phoenix Educational Institute?
End of 2005 Phoenix reinvented the way in which working adults could achieve a higher education and made academic innovation, quality and accountability its hallmark. It pioneered an educational and service model specifically geared toward the way adults learn best and made its programs widely available to working professionals using common-sense scheduling and fresh new approaches to academic delivery. The Institute has received overall recognition for excellence in learning assessment,quality education, quality service and organizational performance.
You may even wonder what the difference a Certification may make in your life. That list is endless too: confidence, knowledge, and self satisfaction. If you think you'd like to make a change for the better, now's the time.See all Phoenix Educational Institute courses
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