The demand for supply chain talent has increased significantly as companies have recognized that effective supply chain executions is vital for their success. With the right knowledge and tools, you can find the right position and company to nourish your potential. No matter how big or small your company is, knowing how to effectively manage the supply chain is critical. Supply Chain Management (SCM) is a process that involves the planning, organizing, directing, and controlling of the flow of goods and services from the point of origin to the point of consumption.
Throughout the course in Supply Chain Management Basics participants will be introduced to the fundamental aspects and features. This workshop provides a detailed overview of all links in the typical global supply chain. It will explain what is involved in demand and supply planning, inventory control, and what you need to consider when designing your supply chain.
Plus, get a glimpse into the world of the Supply Chain Manager by collaborating on some of the hottest issues in SCM today: including how to use Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) as an effective process to improve your overall operations.
Some of the key features and advantages of taking a course on SCM include:
Ø why Supply Chain Management?
Ø learning about the latest trends and developments in the field
Ø gaining an understanding of how to optimize inventory levels and reduce waste
Ø learning how to identify and manage risk throughout the supply chain
Ø developing strategies to improve Supplier Management Relationship (SRM)
Ø improving communication between departments
Ø learning resilience and how SCM can help with disaster issues.
This workshop is designed for professionals working in and supporting supply chains. Typical company attendees include people new to supply chain, those in supply chain who want a more understanding of how they work, and those transferring into supply chain from another career area or industry.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Project Management : Electives