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  1. Coastline Community College Supply Management Program Certificate of Achievement Five Year Program Review February 9, 2004

  2. Today’s Team • Chet C. Platt, Ph.D. Discipline Dean • Bobbie D. Ascarate Adjunct Faculty • Merle W. Roberts, C.P.M. Adjunct Faculty • Joe Polance, C.P.M. President Elect, NAPM-OC • Jan Gerrard, C.P.M. Student Representative • Pat D. McLaughlin, C.P.M. Student Representative

  3. The Program • Program transferred from OCC in 1976 (“Purchasing”) • Faculty: 2 Adjunct • Peak enrollments in the 1980s • 5 year average enrollment: 23 per class • 5 year average FTES: 7.15 (Current 4.46 - Projected 6.22) • BLS projects growth in supply management (16%) • Local industry is beginning to experience growth

  4. The Achievement Certificate • Program reengineered in Fall 2002 • Core courses combined and reduced from 6 to 4 • The Purchasing Process • Supply Environment • Cost Reduction - Negotiation • Strategic Issues in Supply Management • Required units reduced from 24 to 18

  5. Program Support • Highly satisfied student population • Strong partnership with NAPM-OC • Active faculty involvement • Website • Dinner Meetings • Seminars & Satellite Seminars • Strong advisory committee


  6. The Advisory Committee Chrys C. Varnes, C.P.M. NAPM-OC President, 2003-2004 Howard E. Leonard, C.P.M. NAPM-OC Board of Directors Chuck D. Ayres, C.P.M. NAPM-OC Executive Secretary Mark Bird NAPM-OC Chair, Educational Resources Chet C. Platt, Ph.D. CCC Discipline Dean Kevin Beidelman, C.P.M. Bolero Consultant Bobbie D. Ascarate CCC Adjunct Faculty Merle W. Roberts, C.P.M. CCC Adjunct Faculty

  7. Faculty Professional Activities The faculty has attended and or presented at many conferences, meetings and seminars over the last five years. The following list is representative but not all inclusive: • Institute for Supply Management Annual Conferences • Institute for Supply Management Satellite Seminars • Supply Chain Management Institute Forums • NAPM-OC Monthly Meetings • APICS Activities • American Society of Training & Development Activities • Local and National C.P.M. Exam Preparation Seminars • Toastmasters Activities

  8. Student Learning Objectives • Survey Fall 2003 • Students • Faculty • Business Community • Most Important Skills • Ability to make decisions and solve problems • Ability to analyze data or information • Ability to negotiate prices or contracts • Ability to research and evaluate suppliers • Further Review

  9. Diversity Gender: Female 65% Male 35% Age: 18-30 25% 31-45 55% 46-60 20% Ethnicity: White 50% Hispanic 25% Asian 10% Other 10% Unstated 5%

  10. Goals • Develop online courses • Increase enrollments • Improve diversity balance • Review SLOs - Expand measurement

  11. Graduate’s Testimonials Jan Gerrard, C.P.M. Joe Polance, C.P.M. Pat D. McLaughlin, C.P.M.