jesselton university college

Supply Chain and Logistics


Certificate in Port Management
HRDCorp Programme Number: 1000185879
Programme Description

This course is the leading professional development training programme on managing ports in today’s global economy. To produce quality managers who are knowledgeable and competent in the maritime industry as port management, shipping, logistics, transportation, shipping agent, warehousing and international trade (import / export). This program exposes students to real-management procedures in maritime sector as port management, shipping, cargo handling as well as international trade.

Duration: 5 Days / 40 hours

Learning Outcome:

  • Define the role of ports, including in a through transport context, and their features, including different forms of ownership structure of ports.
  • Identify the interface of ports with logistics and the position of ports in the supply chain.
  • Analyze port performance and relevant quality management systems.
  • Describe the involvement of stakeholders in port management.
  • Analyze port charges and port competition related issues.
  • Integrate port planning and development policies.
Delivery Mode: Lecture / Discussions / Case studies
Certificate in Basic Maritime Law
HRDCorp Programme Number: 1000185883
Programme Description

This course will improve your career prospects and your performance whilst demonstrating your professional credibility to employers, clients and peers. You will learn about a wide range of maritime safety law issues and the implementation, application and enforcement of these in practice. So you can understand not only why there are certain procedures, but also the consequences for not adhering to these laws.

Duration: 5 Days / 15 hours

Learning Outcome:

  • Understand the institutional stakeholders in maritime safety and fundamental concept
  • Know the responsibility of state in relation to maritime
  • Understand the challenge of the safety operation of ships
  • Understand how human element can project a safe and environmental-friendly shipping
  • Knows the issues in ship construction, design, and equipment
  • Understand the safety navigation procedures and maritime traffic management through communication at sea
  • Understand the law relating to passenger ships, bulk carriers and other types of vessels
  • Understand the legislation and penalty for the carriage of the dangerous goods
  • Understand the safety of fixed and floating offshore platforms
Delivery Mode: Lecture / Discussions / Case studies
Certificate in Supply Chain Management
HRDCorp Programme Number: 1000185617
Programme Description

The importance of this program is on how processes should be designed, structures, implemented and monitored by looking at best practices in Supply Chain Management. The human factor is an important element in ensuring the success of a company. Thus, this program also looks at how people could be trained to harness technology and adapt to new ways of doing business. Ultimately, the success of a company depends on how well the company can satisfy the needs of its customers more efficiently and cost effectively.

Duration: 5 Days / 15 Hours

Learning Outcome:

  • Understand the context of Logistics and Supply Chain Management and how best practises in these areas create the competitive advantage to the organization.
  • Define the objectives and functions of Supply Chain Management and its value to the current business trend.
  • Understand the Supply Chain process and how to adapt into the global arena.
  • Design processes and procedures that make business sense and that meets with superior customer satisfaction.
  • Incorporate fool proof security and safety loops that would thwart potential theft and fraud.
  • Create accountability and responsibility through a process of delegation with sufficient authority to ensure business processes meet with customer’s stringent quality and delivery.
  • Plan to deal and work with the problems and constraints related to Supply Chain management.
Delivery Mode: Discussion / Team Activities
Certificate in Malaysia Custom Procedures
HRDCorp Programme Number: 1000185629
Programme Description

Knowledge of import and export procedures is a key part of the supply chain process. Various types of documentations are involved in export & import activities. It is therefore important to understand the role of each document and its requirements in international trade. Exporter/Importer are also required to comply the documentary requirement of exporter /importer and his country. These requirements also keep on changing. Irregular documents create problems and result into delay in delivery of the goods.

Duration: 2 Days / 7 hours

Learning Outcome:

  • Gain knowledge on international trade terms.
  • Understanding the steps of import / export procedures and documents flow.
  • Know how to differentiate trade terms that offer the greatest cost savings.
  • Know how to obtain a thorough understanding of claims procedures and documents.
  • Know the latest development in Malaysian Customs Procedures, Regulation and Legal Provisions.
  • Know how to understand the role of Customs Department.
  • Know the various incentives accorded by government.
Delivery Mode: Discussions / Team Activities
Certificate in Effective Inventory & Warehouse Management
HRDCorp Programme Number: 1000185878
Programme Description

In today’s highly competitive and globalized market environment, Warehousing and Inventory plays a vital role in supporting the Demand Centric Supply Chain Management. They timely support the necessary resources (inputs) to production with near perfect Inventory Management System. Planning replenishing activities with timely monitoring the inbound goods and maintaining a proper storage system before moving to the next in-house processing i.e. conversion to finished goods.

Duration: 3 Days / 9 Hours

Learning Outcome:

  • Understand the principles and purpose of Inventory Management and control in Supply Chain Management.
  • Understand the Strategic functions of Warehouse and Inventory control – inbound and outbound to support Manufacturing operation along with the pull factors in Supply Chain Management
  • Understand the Inventory valuation methods like ABC analysis, Inventory count and periodic Cycle counts.
  • Understand the role of Inventory (Performance) in Customer Satisfaction and Retention in sustaining Benchmarks on Quality, Cost and Delivery (QCD).
  • Learn Facilities and Layout planning for cost efficiency storage, retrieval handling and speedy processing
  • Learn to manage the warehouse operation effectively to eliminate inventory obsolesces and redundant inventories.
  • Maintenance of warehouse equipment/s that facilitate effective operations.
Delivery Mode: Discussions / Team Activities
HRDCorp Programme Number: 1000185621
Programme Description

The Executive Diploma in the Management of Courier Services consists of 6 modules covering the areas of Marketing, Leadership, Process Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Accounting and Human Resources Management provide the learner with an opportunity to equip themselves with the necessary knowledge and skills of managing the group of front liners under his or her care.

Duration: 8 Months to 12 Months

Learning Outcome:

  • Identify and explain marketing’s role within the firm and society
  • Remember & Understand the Structure of Performance Management including KRAs and KPIs
  • Practice the basic concepts of accounting
  • Discuss the nature of industrial conflict and its impact on organisational efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Analyse a strategic context of an organisation and envision necessary directions and activities.
  • Understand Entrepreneurship Concept as a Whole

Course Content:


  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Basic Accounting for Courier Services
  • Entrepreneurship Leadership Skills in Courier Industry

Delivery Mode: Face to face, Blended Learning and Online

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