Where can you get 150 hours of procurement training online, you ask?
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From the Next Level Purchasing Association!
Today, we announced the release of our latest online Express Course, “Next Generation Procurement Talent Management.” With this launch, we now offer 150 hours worth of self-paced online procurement courses!
“Next Generation Procurement Talent Management” helps leaders master the three key tenets of procurement talent management – recruitment, training, and retention. In an hour or less, leaders will be enlightened with two different approaches to procurement recruitment, learn how to effectively plan procurement professional development, and acquire techniques for increasing the retention of their best employees.
We are offering a special deal on “Next Generation Procurement Talent Management.” You can enroll in just this Express Course for $14.99 (US). Or you can combine it with our full-length online course “Expert Purchasing Management” for a more comprehensive procurement management training experience at the discounted price of $199 (a savings of over $44). This offer expires on December 18, 2015.
You can learn more about the new Express course and this special deal at https://www.certitrek.com/nlpa/procurement-management.php.
Here’s how the NLPA’s hours of training break down, using the Levels of the Strategic Procurement & Supply Management Body of Knowledge:
Level 1 Courses – 44 hours via six full-length online courses (eight lessons per course)
Level 2 Courses – 32 hours via four full-length online courses
Level 3 Courses – 32 hours via four full-length online courses
Level 4 Courses – 16 hours via two full-length online courses (more coming soon)
Express Courses – 26 hours via 26 online courses (one lesson per course)
With the average number of hours of training per procurement professional per year hovering around 20, the NLPA’s offerings represent nearly eight years of procurement training.
Do you have a long-term professional development plan for yourself or your procurement team? If not, obviously the NLPA can help.