Qualifying Suppliers, Monitoring their Performance, and how to Comply with contracts Course

Qualifying Suppliers, Monitoring their Performance, and how to Comply with contracts Course



    The importance of training courses is not only limited to professional life, as most of us think but training courses aim to transfer knowledge and practical experiences that enrich the skills of individuals and enhance their self-confidence, which contributes to the preparation of cadres which in turn contributes to the development and progress of institutions. Therefore, Strategic Vision Training Center aims to enhance the skills and experiences of individuals through the strongest training programs to keep pace with every development in the labor market.



  • Benefit from the practices and experiences of others
  • Recognize the important and necessary steps in the correct evaluation of suppliers
  • Matching customer requirements with the correct division of suppliers
  • Learn how to use those results to achieve continuous performance improvement
  • Develop critical performance metrics
  • Suppliers will be able to deliver purchases on time
  • Achieving the highest degree of customer satisfaction
  • Reducing stock levels
  • Reducing the total cost
  • An increase in the degree of loyalty and job satisfaction
  • Decrease in stress levels in work performance
  • Improvement in internal relationships with clients
  • Spend less time in meetings and interviews with stakeholders in purchasing and thus spend more productive hours at work

Who should attend?

  • Employees of contracts and procurement departments and workers in project management
  • Engineering department staff, operations, quality and maintenance departments
  • Everyone involved in communicating with contractors or suppliers to obtain materials, equipment and services to achieve successful gains and results from contracting cases

Course content:
1st Day
Supplier Qualification: Compile a list of approved suppliers

  • Defining the goals and objectives of the purchasing department and the purchasing function
  • Formulate an appropriate procurement strategy
  • Involve end-users in identifying needed technologies
  • Develop a list of approved suppliers based on technology and required needs
  • Getting to know the criteria for selecting suppliers
  • Forming teams from the Purchasing Department for purchased goods to evaluate and provide solutions for supply operations

2nd Day
Supplier evaluation

  • Initial Supplier Survey
  • Detailed supplier survey
  • Quality Management Systems
  • Conduct supplier assessment
  • Supplier capacity studies
  • Supplier Qualification Certificates
  • Preparation of admission criteria
  • Involvement of the supplier during the bidding process

3rd Day
How to measure supplier performance

  • Carrot or stick?
  • Preparing goals that are in line with the company's overall goals
  • Characteristics of a good performance measurement system
  • Develop supplier performance system
  • Data sources
  • Common errors in data recording

4th Day
Supplier Performance: Interpreting Results

  • Evaluate the suppliers individually
  • Classification of working suppliers
  • Publication of results: what to do and what not to do
  • rewarding good behavior
  • Distinguishing qualified suppliers
  • Punishing bad behavior
  • Corrective Action Actions

5nd Day
How to treat breach of contract?

  • What events constitute a breach of contracts?
  • Various types of violations
  • Various treatments available
  • Determining the amount of damages and fines incurred
  • just damages
  • Judicial dispute and dispute settlement methods
  • Determining the lessons learned from the training program and how to apply them in practice to the participants