Australasian Supply Chain Institute has today announced its President, Alexandra Riha, has registered as a Practitioner under its Professional Accreditation Scheme.
Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) is the professional accreditation body for supply chain management in Australasia, making available the first evidence-based practitioner and associate level registrations under its scheme. Registration is available for Associates and Practitioners across four streams: operations, procurement, logistics and integrated logistics support.
Alexandra has Registered as a Practitioner in Operations (RegPracOps) in recognition of her professional achievements in operations management working for organisations in the pharmaceutical industry across the globe.
“I am very proud to announce that I have been Registered as an Operations Practitioner under the Professional Accreditation Scheme. I am honoured to be listed among my highly respected peers on the ASCI Public Register,” Alexandra said.
“It’s a humbling experience to be recognised for my professional achievements through a rigorous evidence-based process that takes into account my work experience, professional certifications and tertiary education.”
She encourages people to become Registered to “to not only deliver career benefits for the individual, but also support for hiring companies to get the right level of supply chain experts on board, thanks to this professional pathway”.
“It raises awareness of supply chain management as a profession in Australasia and the need of continued professional development,” she said.