Basic Certificate in Warehousing and Inventory Management

IOSCM LEVEL 2 WAREHOUSING AND INVENTORY CERTIFICATE,basic-certificate-in-warehousing-and-inventory-management.

Basic Certificate in warehousing and inventory management course addresses the application of appropriate inventory control principles and techniques which will uncover those problems while providing inventory needed to meet internal and external customer service expectations and supplier capabilities.

START:
July 3, 2018
DURATION:
3 DAYS
PRICE
310,625.00

Address

PLOT21 PEACE AVENUE,OSHORUN HERITAGE ESTATE,OPIC-ISHERI NORTH ,LAGOS.   View map

Basic Certificate in Warehousing and Inventory Management Overview

Basic Certificate in warehousing and inventory management course addresses the application of appropriate inventory control principles and techniques which will uncover those problems while providing inventory needed to meet internal and external customer service expectations and supplier capabilities.

The Level 2 qualification in Warehousing & Inventory caters for those individuals with limited knowledge of the supply chain field but wishing to establish a career in the sector. Students will develop supervisory management skills and knowledge in warehousing and inventory to support career development and efficiency in operations.

You Will Learn

  • To understand and apply advanced inventory control principles
  • To establish improvement goals and measurements
  • To improve teamwork with end users, suppliers, and financial management
  • To plan and implement an inventory management improvement program
  • To improve elements of ongoing inventory management efforts

Course Outline

WAREHOUSING & INVENTORY

Purpose and characteristics of inventory

Understanding how goods are received in a warehouse

Key warehousing activities

Health and safety arrangements in a warehouse environment

HEALTH & SAFETY IN A WAREHOUSE ENVIRONMENT

Understanding the role of legislation within a warehousing and storage environment

Legal requirements for the storage and distribution of specific goods and materials

Effect of risk in the workplace on roles and responsibilities

How to respond to accidents in the workplace

The role of Personal Protective Equipment in warehousing and storage

OPTIONAL UNITS MOVEMENT OF GOODS

Characteristics of goods impact on their handling process

Concepts of route planning and scheduling for the movement of goods

Characteristics of modes of transport

Understanding the role of collection, storage and distribution

Regulatory and enforcement bodies for movement of goods in own country

SUPPLY CHAIN

Understanding supply chains across a range of sectors

Roles of other organisations in supply chains

Communication and information sources within a supply chain

Who Should Attend?

Executives and managers responsible for supply chain and logistics, supply chain management professionals, supply chain engineers and analysts, inventory planners and analysts, manufacturing and process engineers, industrial engineers and systems analysts, production and warehouse supervisors and team leaders, supply chain and logistics consultants, purchasing managers, and transportation managers and engineers

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