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NEWS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE CSCSC: A CHANGE IN NAME, BUT NOT IN FOCUS

Members of the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council approved an agreement with the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) and the Canadian Supply Chain Research Foundation (CSCRF) at our AGM on June 21. Through that agreement, the Council has transferred its assets to SCMA and the CSCRF, a charitable foundation. Members, the board of directors and staff of the Council are all pleased to have a new permanent home that will allow for the continuation of HR-focused research for Canada's supply chain sector and the end of our financial instability.

Some of the Council’s resources – the Connector Skills-Matching Tool, our national occupational standards and numerous videos, including our People in Supply Chain and Jumping In series – will move to SCMA's website, at www.scma.com. Other tools – research reports and labour market information – and the National Accreditation Program will move to the CSCRF, whose website will be launched in the coming weeks. Finally, we're happy to report that the Council's Virtual HR Department has been taken over by CITT.

As we go forward as the CSCRF, know that:

  • Stakeholders will continue to drive the project work we undertake.
  • Collaboration with other associations will continue to benefit the sector.
  • Council members will continue to be engaged in Foundation committees, decision making and activities.
  • Accreditation decisions of the National Accreditation Program will continue to be made by the independent Accreditation Review Panel.

SCMA has spent the last year in a process of strategic planning and renewal. The integration of CSCSC’s projects complements SCMA’s new strategic plan and vision, which will be unveiled in the fall, as well as SCMA’s ongoing efforts to steward the supply chain profession.

 

SUPPLY CHAIN PROGRAMS AND COURSES ACCREDITED BY THE CSCSC

Looking to continue your education or training, but can't decide on the course or program you should take? Through our National Accreditation Program, the CSCSC reviews and accredits offerings across Canada. Make your choice with confidence.

 

The supply chain is one of the most essential sectors of the Canadian economy, involving about 881,000 workers from a range of occupations and industries. The success of this sector in meeting its human resources and labour-market challenges has the potential to positively influence the future of Canada, and the quality of life that we all enjoy. Grasp the importance and diversity of the supply chain by watching the Council's fast-paced introductory video.

The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC) works with employers, supply chain-related associations, governments and individuals working in the supply chain to identify and meet the sector's HR challenges. This site features the Council's products, information about its programs, and news and resources relevant to the Canadian supply chain sector.

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