Entry Requirement for Certified Diploma Scheme:

• The minimum qualifications for the scheme is WAEC

Foundation & Intermediate
Post Graduate-ship Stage I & II
A person is entitled to register as a student, if he satisfies the Council of the Institute that he has attained the age of Eighteen years of age and has five (5) credits in GCE or WASC or NECO, at not more than two sittings or any other qualification acceptable by the council from time to time.

Every qualified member of the Institute is entitled to use the following designatory letters after his or her name. Grad-AICSCW: In the case of newly qualified finalist of the Institute. In the case of an Associate ‘AAICSCW” (representing the words “Associate of the Africa Institute of Chartered Supply Chain & Warehousing) In the case of an Full Member ‘MAICSCW” (representing the words Full Member “ of the Africa Institute of Chartered Supply Chain & Warehousing) In the case of fellow, the letter ‘FAICSCW’ (representing the word “Fellow of the Africa Institute of Chartered Supply Chain & Warehousing)

Only members of the institute are entitled to practice as Certified Stores & Materials Managers in Africa.

No member of the Institute shall be allowed to use the name of the Institute to advertise or circularize for business without the approval of the Governing Council. The Institute shall enforce the generally accepted rules of professional conduct. Every member and of the Institute is required to conform to those Rules and Regulations of the Institute in force at any particular time DISTRICT SOCIETIES There are DISTRICT SOCIETIES for members of the Institute with Head quarter in some principal cities throughout the country and beyond. The principal objective of the district societies is to give members the opportunity of regional professional and social activities and assist potential Certified Stores/Materials Managers in their contribution towards the growth of the noble Institute.

The Institute examinations are normally held twice each year i.e. April and October at present at the approved centers.

The closing date of the examination is at the end of February for April examination and August for October examination. EXAMINATION ENTRY No Person will enter for any of the Institute’s examination unless he has been registered as a student of the Institute and paid the required annual subscription and examination entry fees in force at the date of entry.

The result of the examination will be sent by post to each student that sat for the examination and will be pasted at the secretariat of the Institute, but no further correspondence relating to individual scores will be entertained and no information as to individual marks can be given to third parties.

With this system in place student will be credited with the subject they pass, provided at least two papers have been passed at any one sitting.

Any candidate who fails more than four courses in an examination shall repeat that examination. However students who fail four courses shall have opportunity of re-sitting the four courses at the next date of the examinations subject to registration. However a student must complete each stages of the professional examination before attempting the others.

Registered students whose qualifications merit exemptions will be encouraged to apply for these exemptions on a separate and prescribed form and will be required to pay a prescribed fee as may be determined from time to time by the Governing Council.

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