International Logistics Support Systems


The British Academy for Training and Development presents this course in (International Logistics Support Systems), to all professionals wishing to acquire great skills for management of international logistics systems, and to acquire advanced qualities of International Logistics & Support Functions.

Logistics is the process including transfer of information, materials, techniques and full support without direct intervention. International Logistics Support Systems are complex and interrelated systems, since the word "logistics" includes many aspects (calculation, communication, and transfer of values). The origin of this word emerged from the ancient Greek language related to the word "logos".

The major functions of International Logistics Support Systems are directed towards military aspects, such as support for transfer of soldiers, weapons, materials, plans and guidance from one point of origin to the field of work. This support is purely strategic, this also applies to armies and war equipment, where they are fully trained, prepared, and equipped, but would only be used when necessary.

Objectives and target group

The British Academy for Training and Development offers this course to the following categories:

  • All new personnel and officials in International Logistics Sector.
  • Personnel in charge of International Logistics and Support Systems.
  • Directors of International Relations Offices.
  • Students and graduates of colleges and institutes of Political Science and International Relations, and Business Administration.
  • New professionals in the specialized entities working in the field of International Relations, including Embassies, Consulates and Ministries.

After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following topics:

  • Historical Stages of development of International Logistics as a concept and independent political science.
  • Basic and Subsidiary Entities in International Logistics and Support Functions.
  • Topics and Branches of International Relations, International Law, and Logistics.
  • Relations between foreign and international policies, and international relations.

Course Content

  • The concept of International Logistics and Support Systems.
  • Definitions of International Logistics through history.
  • Development of international Logistics as a concept and independent political science.
  • Theories and Factors affecting International Support Systems.
  • The International Politics.
  • The concept of logistics.
  • Definition of logistics.
  • Basics of logistics.
  • Types of logistics.
  • Regulatory procedures for inventory.
  • Inventory inventory reports.
  • Overview of materials and inventory management.
  • Importance of Materials Management.
  • Material planning and control.
  • Effective control of materials.
  • Supply Chain Management.
  • Risk and its importance in the business system of companies.
  • The importance of the logistics function in enterprises and institutions.
  • The reasons for the emergence of logistics function in enterprises.
  • The importance and objectives of the logistics.
  • The definition of desktop logistics.
  • Management of logistics services and their relation to the development of the work of companies.
  • Methods of risk assessment.
  • Precautions to be taken for avoiding risks.
  • Relationship between risks and the institution policies and procedures.
  • Reasons for assessing risks and taking the necessary precautions.
  • Methods of certification of risk assessment and necessary precautions.
  • Methods of dealing with some risks resulting from corruption.
  • The proper time to take the necessary precautions.
  • International Organizations.

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£2950 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2360 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£1917.5 / Member

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