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On-Demand Supplier Diversity: Tier 2

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On-Demand Supplier Diversity: Tier 2
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Credit Hours
7 Hours
CEH can be earned individually and collectively. Upon the completion of the survey for each section, you will receive CEH for that part of the course. Upon completion of all sections and surveys as well as the course evaluation you will receive a Certification of Completion for the course stating the number of total hours completed. This method allows for you to earn CEH based on your individually needs prior to completing the entire course.
Learning Level
Tier 2 Intermediate
Course Description
The Supplier Diversity Institute is a deep dive tailored for the procurement professional who wants to apply supplier diversity concepts to the development or growth of a program. This Institute is available On-Demand so you can work through the 6 sections at your own pace, implementing into your organization as you work. The Supplier Diversity Institute focuses on the core competencies of Ethical Practice, Effective Performance, Communication, Relationship Building, Strategic Agility and Leadership.
Taking your career to the next level as a senior buyer, lead analyst, or manager? Looking to transition from management to leadership? This NAEP Tier is for you. These educational offerings are for mid-level professionals who have taken on more responsibility and want to enhance their understanding of educational procurement.

Course Overview
This On-Demand Course includes 6 Sections of focus. These sections are pre-recorded and available when you are! You can work through them at your own pace for up to a year.

Section 1: Role and Responsibilities of Supplier Diversity
Content Contributors:
  • Duane Bullock, Pennsylvania State University
  • Veronica Cook, University of Connecticut
  • John Hillesland, University of Chicago
  • Kai Peters, Ohio State University

Section 2: How to Build, Develop, and Sustain a Vibrant Supplier Diversity Program
Content Contributors:
  • Jesse Moore, Purdue University (retired)
  • Valerie Rhodes-Sorrelle, Grand Valley State University
  • Ernie Webster, Supplier Diversity/Small Business expert

Section 3: Implementing Effective Diverse Supplier Outreach and Sourcing Strategies
Content Contributors:
  • Kris Chewlin, Prince George's Community College
  • Chris Kelly, Metropolitan Community College - Kansas City
  • Beth Kirk, Prince George's Community College

Section 4: Identify Essential Elements to a Successful Communication Strategy
Content Contributors:
  • Alicia Armentrout, Colorado State University
  • Dr. Simon Croom, Professor of Supply Chain Management, USD
  • John Hillesland, University of Chicago
  • Theresa Robinson Harris, University of San Diego

Section 5: Using Metrics and Reporting
Content Contributors:
  • Brian Osbourne, Princeton University

Section 6: Launching an Impactful Supplier Diversity Program
Content Contributors:
  • Marilyn Clark, University of Kentucky
  • Dr. Simon Croom, Professor of Supply Chain Management, USD
  • Theresa Robinson Harris, University of San Diego

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Refunds/Cancellations: NAEP does not offer refunds for On-Demand Library purchases.