Centre for Procurement, Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The Center for Procurement, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management (CPLSCM) provides specialized education, training, and consulting services to professionals and organizations seeking to excel in these interconnected fields.



Administrative Roles and Responsibilities

As Director of the Centre for Procurement, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management, the administrative responsibilities encompass overseeing the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of the center. This includes developing and implementing policies and procedures to ensure efficient functioning, managing the budget and resources effectively, and fostering partnerships with industry stakeholders to enhance program relevance and employability outcomes. The director is also responsible for curriculum development, faculty recruitment and supervision, and maintaining accreditation standards. Additionally, they play a crucial role in student recruitment, advising, and support services to ensure a positive learning experience. Furthermore, the director represents the center internally and externally, promoting its initiatives, achievements, and contributions to the field of procurement, logistics, and supply chain management. Through effective leadership and management, the director drives the center towards excellence in education, research, and industry engagement.

Department Overview

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Dr Nuraddeen Usman Miko

Associate Professor, HOD, Director CPLSCM
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Welcome note

Welcome to the Centre for Procurement, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management! Our hub offers comprehensive training in procurement, logistics, warehousing, and operations, meeting global demands. Explore our website for diverse programs and resources curated to ignite your supply chain journey. Our esteemed team of academics and industry experts provide mentorship, ensuring a well-rounded education. Join our vibrant community of supply chain professionals and embark on an extraordinary journey with us. Welcome to a world where supply chain transforms lives. Welcome to the Centre for Procurement, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management!


To provide knowledge and skills that give competitive advantage through the understanding and application of procurement, logistics and supply chain management processes, theories and practice.


To be a leading Centre globally in research and training in supply chain management profession

Core Values

  • Professionalism

  • Innovation

  • Integrity

  • Efficiency

  • Effectiveness

Research Areas

  • Procurement
  • Logistics
  • Warehousing
  • Operations


  • Conferences Seminars
  • Executive Courses
  • Professional Diplomas
  • Postgraduate Diplomas
  • Professional Masters

Principal Staff


We are opn on Monday – Friday at 08am and 5pm, except on holidays.

Centre for Procurement, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Kaduna State University, Tafawa Balewa Campus PMB 2339, Kaduna, Nigeria

Phone : +234 803 669 1179
Email : centreofpscm@kasu.edu.ng

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Center for Procurement and Supply Chain Management (CPSCM)?

  • The CPSCM is a dedicated institution focused on advancing knowledge, skills, and best practices in procurement and supply chain management. It serves as a hub for research, education, and professional development in these fields.

What services does CPSCM offer?

CPSCM offers a range of services including training programs, workshops, consulting services, research initiatives, and networking opportunities. These services cater to individuals, organizations, and academia seeking to enhance their procurement and supply chain capabilities.

Who can benefit from CPSCM's services?

  • Professionals working in procurement, sourcing, logistics, supply chain management, and related fields can benefit from CPSCM’s offerings. Additionally, organizations looking to optimize their supply chain operations and academic institutions seeking to enrich their curriculum can leverage CPSCM’s expertise.

What types of training programs does CPSCM provide?

CPSCM offers a variety of training programs tailored to different skill levels and areas within procurement and supply chain management. These may include introductory courses, specialized workshops, certification preparation, and executive education programs.

Are CPSCM's training programs accredited?

  • CPSCM collaborates with recognized accrediting bodies and industry associations to ensure the quality and relevance of its training programs. Depending on the program, participants may earn certifications or continuing education credits from relevant institutions.

How does CPSCM stay up-to-date with industry trends and best practices?

  • CPSCM maintains strong ties with industry leaders, academic institutions, and professional organizations to stay abreast of the latest developments in procurement and supply chain management. Additionally, CPSCM conducts its own research and engages in knowledge-sharing activities to contribute to thought leadership in the field.

Can CPSCM provide customized consulting services for organizations?

  • Yes, CPSCM offers consulting services tailored to the specific needs and challenges of organizations. These services may include supply chain assessments, process optimization, vendor management strategies, and performance benchmarking, among others.

How can individuals or organizations engage with CPSCM?

  • Individuals and organizations interested in CPSCM’s services can reach out through its website, contact information, or attend CPSCM-sponsored events and conferences. CPSCM’s team is responsive to inquiries and can provide guidance on the most suitable offerings based on the client’s needs.

Is CPSCM involved in any collaborative initiatives or partnerships?

  • Yes, CPSCM actively collaborates with industry partners, government agencies, academic institutions, and non-profit organizations on various initiatives aimed at advancing procurement and supply chain management practices. These collaborations facilitate knowledge exchange, research collaboration, and the development of innovative solutions to industry challenges.

How can I stay updated on CPSCM's events and offerings?

  • You can subscribe to CPSCM’s newsletter, follow its social media channels, or regularly visit its website for updates on upcoming events, training programs, research publications, and other relevant information. Additionally, CPSCM may participate in industry conferences and trade shows where you can connect with its representatives in person.