This training focuses on logistics-related issues in supply chain management (SCM). It offers a fresh perspective to traditional logistics courses and complements SCM programs.


What's Included in the Supply Chain Management Certification:


a) Customized and personalized learning program aligned with industry standards
b) Options for live instructor-led and self-paced learning
c) Direct project coaching and support
d) Comprehensive curriculum curated by industry advisors
e) 24/7 service and support

Supply Chain Management involves effectively organizing suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and end customers into an integrated network. It encompasses planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the flows of demand, products/services, information, and finances throughout the entire supply chain process. The goal is to optimize value enhancement and improve overall efficiency while minimizing costs to meet end customer needs.


This course prepares you for global degrees in SCM, such as APICS CPIM in the USA. It also helps in preparing for the Certified Supply Chain Associate (CSCA) and Certified Supply Chain Specialist (CSCS) courses.

Certification Objectives:

The supply chain management function is undergoing significant transformation driven by globalization and rapid technological advances. Effective SCM provides more accurate information and improves sales forecasting. It also facilitates building stronger partnerships, balancing supply and demand, enhancing business plans and strategies, predicting transportation requirements, planning daily operations, streamlining inventory management, and eliminating unnecessary elements. Understanding and implementing each stage of SCM is crucial, considering factors like organization size and product type. Mastering this important business discipline will greatly benefit individuals, businesses, and the bottom line.


Who Should Attend?

This program is designed for high-potential executives, directors, and managers with at least five years of managerial experience in a decision-making role. Participants are expected to complete assigned readings and case studies and actively participate in the classroom. It is relevant for logistics and supply chain professionals, managers and directors, consultants or instructors specializing in supply chain, and individuals working with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.