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Associate Degree in Applied Business (Specialising in Supply Chain Management)

The Associate Degree in Applied Business specialising in Supply Chain Management is offered by the University of Tasmania’s University College, and is offered via a flexible online platform, so you can study from anywhere. Offered via part-time study, this course can be completed over 4 years.

Do you want to manage the movement and supply of goods and services more efficiently?

This course focuses on preparing people employed within the industry to manage the supply of goods and services from the point of origin to the end customer more efficiently. Throughout the course you are exposed to all elements of the supply chain, including global logistics, transportation, warehousing and distribution, inventory planning, procurement and contract management.

Learn from the industry experts

We partner with industry and use experienced practitioners to give you the very best learning experiences and job prospects. This course has a focus on inventory planning, warehousing, procurement, contract and cetegory management and transportation and global logistics.

Put the theory into practice with a range of hands-on experiences

We give you real life, hands-on experiences that relate directly to your future career.

For more information and to apply now for February 2019 start, visit or contact the program manager Rene Kling on 03 6226 7360 or email [email protected] Or alternatively, click here to view Rene’s LinkedIn profile.


Diploma of Logistics

Monarch’s Diploma of Logistics and short courses are written by logistics, transport, warehousing, and supply-chain industry experts spearheaded by industry veteran Dr David Wilson. Trainers liaise and work closely with employers to ensure the necessary industry specific subject matter is carefully and comprehensively integrated throughout each course. It’s not just the knowledge we are focussed on in regard to your learning. We are equally focussed on the skills you need to develop in order to be successful in the logistics industry.

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Click the links to see Diploma Video 1 and Video 2

Contact Monarch Institute Today

Call 1300 738 955 and speak to Monarch’s friendly course consultants. They are happy to discuss your career goals, and provide additional course information including sample course materials. Or CLICK HERE and send an email.


Are you looking to upskill for that Team leader promotion in 2019, or are you a line Manager looking to upskill your Staff for succession planning.

CILT Australia in conjunction with Monarch Institute released the newly developed CILT-A 2018PD – Effective Supervisor’s Course on the 20th February 2018.

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Important Verification Checks To Protect Your Company Against Liability

Various verification checks can be utilised to help mitigate risks, firstly at the point of recruitment / engagement of personnel/contractors, and secondly on an ongoing basis.

These can include:

  • National Police Checks – this can prevent engaging personnel with known criminal backgrounds who may have a higher chance of creating risk for the company.
  • Background checks – these verify a person’s employment and/or qualification background is as they say it is on their resume.
  • Bankruptcy checks – may be important for contractors.
  • Driver License status checks – initial and ongoing checks can mitigate the risk of consequences as referenced above, with unlicensed drivers.

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