Certified in Production and Inventory Management

Certified in production and inventory management

Certified in Production and Inventory Management CPIM is  recognized as the standard of professional competence in production and inventory management, companies rely on (CPIM) designees to maximize ROI and increase customer satisfaction

START:
June 17, 2019
DURATION:
5 DAYS
PRICE
912,500.00

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Certified in Production and Inventory Management CPIM is  recognized as the standard of professional competence in production and inventory management, companies rely on (CPIM) designees to maximize ROI and increase customer satisfaction.

Since 1974, more than 100,000 SCM professionals have received this designation and is recognized worldwide as the measurement criterion for professional competence in
manufacturing and control.In the JK Michaels Certified in Production and Inventory Management CPIM program, participants learn to improve all functional areas of the enterprise. Employees build their skills and knowledge in materials management, while companies build leadership and increase profitability.
The primary purpose of this certificate program is to prepare you to sit and pass the five Certified in Production and Inventory Management  CPIM exams which are divided into five modules as detailed below:
(1)Basics In Supply Chain Management (BSCM)
(2)Master Planning Of Resources (MPR)
(3)Detailed Scheduling And Planning (DSP)
(4)Execution And Control Of Operations (ECO)
(5)Strategic Management Of Resources (SMR)
Certified in Production and Inventory Management CPIM also teaches employees critical skills in design, operations, and control systems. These learned
skills include:
A.Accurate forecasting for streamlined operations
B.Enhanced supply chain management
C.Just-In-Time delivery of products and services
D.Getting maximum performance from systems and technologies.
This program will incorporate key educational points , case studies, simulated exam questions with both question and answer methodologies and comprehensive reviews to prepare you to sit and pass the exams. At the end of each module, you
will be presented with a comprehensive, simulated exam to gauge your preparedness for the actual exam.

Why should I earn the APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management CPIM?

An APICS CPIM designation will help you:
 Increase your career opportunities and enhance your earning potential
 Gain a competitive edge in hiring decisions
 Achieve greater confidence and industry recognition
 Earn college credit
 Discover the tools to effectively manage global supply
chain activities

What are the benefits of Certified in Production and Inventory Management CPIM to my employer?

An APICS CPIM benefits employers by helping
employees:
 Reduce organizational costs
 Increase customer satisfaction
 Gain proven learning and organizational skills to strategically
streamline operations
 Enhance abilities to interact with existing resources and ERP
implementation to increase efficiency of the workplace environment

 

Certified in Production and Inventory Management CPIM Course Objectives

Module 1 Basics of Supply Chain Management

Explore the basic concepts of managing the flow of materials in a supply chain. In the Basics you get a complete overview of material flow, from internal and external suppliers, to and from your organization.
Entry Module
– Covers the basic concepts used in managing the complete flow
of materials in a supply chain, from suppliers to customers
– Introduces supply chain concepts and emphasizes basic
terminology and relationships among activities in the supply chain
– Knowledge of the material in this module is assumed as a
prerequisite for the other APICS CPIM modules, which cover similar
topics but in much greater depth
Topics include:
 Elements of the Supply Chain
Just-IN-Time (JIT)
Total Quality Management (TQM)
Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP II)
Demand Planning
Capacity Management

Course Outline

I.Introduction to BSCM
a.Overview of 4 Diagnostic Areas
b.Businesswide Concepts
c.Demand Planning
d.Transformation of Demand into Supply
e.Supply Factors
II.Learning Block 1
–Introduction to SCM
–Supply Chain
Management
a.Introduction to BSCM
b.Supply Chain elements
c.Organizational dynamics
d.Operating Environments
III.Learning Block 2
–Best In Class (BIC) Enterprise
a.Key financial elements
b.MRPII/ERP/ERPII
c.Total Quality Management (TQM)
IV.Learning Block 3
–What is Lean/Just In Time (JIT)
a.Lean/JIT Objectives
b.Principles/characteristics
c.Incorporating suppliers
d.Links w/ MRP & TQM
V.Diagnostic 1
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
VI.Learning Block 4
–Understanding Demand
a.Influencing factors
b.Demand Patterns
c.Demand Characteristics
d.Collecting data
VII.Learning Block 5
–How to Forecast
a.Forecasting principles
b.Qualitative techniques
c.Quantitative techniques
d.Understanding Error
VIII.Learning Block 6
–Good Customer Service
a.Sales cycle
b.Order winners
c.Customer relationships
IX.Diagnostic 2
Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
X.Learning Block 7
–Elements of Master Planning
a.Production Plan
b.Resources Plan
c.Master Production Schedule
d.Rough Cut Capacity Plan
e.Available to Promise (ATP)
XI.Learning Block 8
–Applying MRP
a.Types of demand
b.MRP process
c.Bills of Material
d.Exploding and Offsetting
XII.Learning Block 9
–What is Capacity Management?
a.Objectives
b.Available vs. Required
c.Production Activity Control
d.Work Orders
e.Input/Output reports
XIII.Diagnostic 3
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
XIV.Learning Block 10
–Good Inventory Management
a.Inventory Objectives
b.Inventory Classifications
c.Inventory Functions
d.Key costs
e.ABC analysis
XV.Learning Block 11
–Understanding the Purchasing Function
a.Purchasing Objectives
b.Documentation
c.Establishing specifications
d.Supplier management
e.Contracts
XVI.Learning Block 12
–Physical Distribution
a.Key Activities
b.Warehousing
c.Packaging
d.Transportation
e.DRP systems
XVII.Diagnostic 4
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
XVIII.BSCM
–Simulated Exam
XIV.Learning Block 10
–Good Inventory Management
a.Inventory Objectives
b.Inventory Classifications
c.Inventory Functions
d.Key costs
e.ABC analysis
XV.Learning Block 11
–Understanding the Purchasing Function
a.Purchasing Objectives
b.Documentation
c.Establishing specifications
d.Supplier management
e.Contracts
XVI.
Learning Block 12
–Physical Distribution
a.Key Activities
b.Warehousing
c.Packaging
d.Transportation
e.DRP systems
XVII.
Diagnostic 4
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
XVIII.
BSCM-Simulated Exam

Certified in Production and Inventory Management_CPIM Course Objectives

–Module 2

Master Planning of Resources

Explore processes used to develop sales and operations plans and learn to identify and assess internal
and external demand and forecasting requirements. The course focuses on the importance of producing achievable master schedules that are consistent with business policies, objectives, and resource constraints.
Core Competency Module
– Examines demand management, sales and operations planning,
and master scheduling in-depth
– Discusses supply and demand planning for both mid- to long-term
independent demand
– Addresses priority planning and capacity planning issues
Topics include:
Demand Management
Sales and Operations Planning
Master Scheduling
Measuring the Business Plan

Course Outline

I.Introduction to MPR
a.Overview of 4 Diagnostic Areas
b.Demand Management
c.Sales & Operations Planning
d.Master Scheduling
e.Distribution Planning
f.MPR Model
g.Business Processes
II.Learning Block 1
–Understanding the Business Model
a.The three key factors
b.The Business Plan
c.Setting goals
d.Internal delivery strategies
III.Learning Block 2
–Understanding Qualitative Forecasting
a.Purpose of forecasting
b.Designing the forecast
c.Internal/external factors
d.Forecasting techniques
IV.Learning Block 3
–Understanding Quantitative Forecasting
a.Characteristics of demand
b.Forecasting techniques
c.Leading Indicators
d.Focus Forecasting
e.Data issues
f.Outliers
g.Forecast horizon
V.Learning Block 4
–Demand Management Applications
a.Tracking the forecast
b.Standard Deviation
c.Tracking Signal
d.Improving accuracy
e.Sources of demand
VI.Learning Block 5
–Understanding Customer Service
a.Customer Service defined
b.Customer Service elements
c.Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
d.Internal Delivery Strategies
e.Quick Response
f.Capable/Available To Promise
VII.Diagnostic 1
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Technique
VIII.Learning Block 6
–Applying the S&OP Process
a.Product Volume/Mix
b.The five step process
c.Establishing policy
d.Inputs and outputs
e.Plan development exercises
f.Production strategies
IX.Learning Block 7
–The Resource Planning Side
a.The six step process
b.The Bill of Resources
c.Resource planning exercise
d.Planned resource changes
X.Diagnostic 2
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
XI.Learning Block 8
–Understanding the MPS Process
a.The five step process
b.Inputs and outputs
c.Time Fences
d.MPS grid
e.ATP
f.BOM structure
g.Record accuracy
XII.Learning Block 9
–Managing the MPS Process
a.Supply orders
b.MRPII/ERP/ERPII
c.Time Zones/Fences
d.Mixed
-Model Production
e.Rough Cut Capacity Planning (RCCP)
f.Multi
-Level Scheduling
g.Master Scheduling responsibilities
XIII.Learning Block 10
–Performance Measurement
a.Proactive vs. reactive measurements
b.Customer Service measurements
c.Forecast performance measurements
d.S&OP/MPS measurements
e.Master Scheduling goals
XIV.Diagnostic 3
-Review
a.DADDs–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Techniques
XV.Learning Block 11
–Planning for Distribution
a.Distribution Objectives
b.Supply channels
c.Forecasting
d.Site location
e.Planning systems
XVI.Learning Block 12
–Understanding Transportation Management
a.Key Statistics
b.Modes/Characteristics
c.Costing & pricing
d.Domestic/international terms of sale
XVII.
Diagnostic 4
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
XVIII.
MPR
–Simulated Exam

Certified in Production and Inventory Management_CPIM Course Objectives

–Module 3

Detailed Scheduling and Planning

Focus on the various techniques for material and capacity scheduling. The course includes detailed descriptions of material requirements planning (MRP), capacity requirements planning (CRP), inventory management practices, and procurement and supplier planning.
Core Competency Module
– The subject matter of this module includes inventory management,
material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning,
procurement and supplier relationships
Topics include
Recognizing Techniques and Practices of Inventory Management
Mechanics of the Detailed Material Planning Process
Planning Operations to Support the Priority Plan
Planning Procurement and External Sources of Supply.

Course Outline

I.Introduction to DSP
a.Overview of 4 Diagnostic Areas
b.Inventory Management
c.Material Requirements Planning
d.Planning Operations (Capacity)
e.Planning Procurement
f.Overview of DSP
g.Summary of DSP
II.Learning Block 1
The Relationship Between Inventory & Order Management
a.What is inventory?
b.How do we review it?
c.How much do we order?
III.Learning Block 2
–The Relationship Between Inventory & Customer Service
a.What is Safety Stock?
b.How does Safety Stock related to Customer Service?
c.How do we account for inventory?
IV.Learning Block 3
–MRP Inputs & Outputs
a.MRP Inputs
–MPS, BOM, planning data, inventory data
b.MRP Outputs
–planning production releases, planned purchase releases, action messages
V.Learning Block 4
–The Material Requirements Planning Process
a.Operational/performance characteristics
b.Understanding mechanics
c.Working through the grid
VI.Diagnostic 1&2
-Review
a.DADDs
–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs–Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Technique
VII.Learning Block 5
–Capacity Planning Elements
a.Capacity & load
b.Goals & objectives
c.Manufacturing environments
d.Data requirements
e.Calculating capacity
VIII.Learning Block 6
–Load Profiles
a.Sources of load
b.Understanding queues
c.Scheduling strategies
d.Finite vs. Infinite Loading
IX.Learning Block 7
–Understanding CRP
-Capacity Requirements Planning
a.What is CRP?
b.What is a Load Profile?
c.How to analyze load reports
d.How to balance load and capacity
e.Key CRP objectives
X.Learning Block 8
–An Exercise in Capacity Planning
a.Study to load reports
b.Determine Rated Capacity
c.Perform Backward Scheduling
d.Calculate load stackups
XI.Diagnostic 3
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
XII.
Learning Block 9-Implementing Strategic Procurement
a.Understanding customer/supplier relationships
b.Strategic sourcing
c.Early Purchasing Involvement (EPI)/Early Supplier Involvement (ESI)
d.Make vs. buy programs
e.Global purchasing
XIII.Learning Block 10
–Executing Tactical Procurement
a.Contract/purchase order administration
b.Delivery approaches
c.Supplier payments
d.Supplier performance
e.Ethics
XIV.Diagnostic 4
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs-Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Techniques
XV.Diagnostic 4
-Review
a.DADDs–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs–Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Techniques
XVI.
DSP
–Simulated Exam
Course Objectives

Module 4

Execution and Control of Operations

Focus on the areas of prioritizing and sequencing work, executing work plans and
implementing controls, reporting activity results, and providing feedback on performance. The course explains techniques for scheduling and controlling production processes, the execution of quality initiatives and
continuous improvement plans, and the control and handling of inventories.
Core Competency Module
– Covers the principles, approaches and techniques needed to
schedule, control, measure and evaluate the effectiveness of
production operations
– Reviews a broad range of production operations, including project,
batch, line, continuous and remanufacturing environments
Topics include
Prioritizing and Sequencing Work
Executing Plans and Implementing Controls
Authorizing and Reporting Activities for Push and Pull Systems
Evaluating Performance and Providing Feedback.

Course Outline

I.Introduction to ECO
a.Overview of 4 Diagnostic Areas
b.Execution of Operations
c.Control of Operations
d.Management of Operations
e.Design Tradeoffs
II.Learning Block 1
–Understanding the Mfg. Planning & Control System (MPCS)
a.MPCS
-definition
b.MPCS
-process
III.Learning Block 2
–Determining Required Interfaces
a.What are interfaces?
b.Interfacing
–Business Plan
c.Interfacing
–S&OP
d.Interfacing
–MPS
e.Interfacing
–MRP/CRP
f.Interfacing
–PAC
IV.Learning Block 3
–Understanding The Production Environment
a.What are production environments?
b.Comparing assembly lines to job shops
c.Layout design elements
d.The four types of layouts
e.Objectives of good layouts
V.Learning Block 4
–Approaches & Inputs to Good Scheduling
a.What is a schedule?
b.Understanding the internal delivery approaches/strategies
c.Inputs to good scheduling
VI.Learning Block 5
–Guidelines & Types of Good Scheduling
a.Guidelines of good scheduling
b.Types of schedules
c.Understanding Operations Scheduling
d.Scheduling projects
VII.Diagnostic 1
-Review
a.DADDs
–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs
–Introspective Questions
c.SETs-Simulated Exam Technique
VIII.Learning Block 6
–Understanding Traditional Push Systems
a.Understanding the push approach
b.How ECO & push interrelate
c.Reporting activities with push
d.Collecting data in a push system
IX.Learning Block 7
–Understanding 21st
Century Pull Systems
a.Understanding the Pull Method
b.Pull and “Kanban”
c.Documentation
d.Executing
e.Reporting
X.Learning Block 8
–Communication & Controlling Resources
a.Communication issues
b.Managing production resources
c.Storage, location & transportation issues
XI.Learning Block 9
–Quality & Continuous Improvement Concepts
a.Executing Quality Initiatives
b.Understanding TQM
–Total Quality Management
c.Utilizing quality improvement tools
d.Utilizing continuous improvement tools
e.Developing quality people
XII.Diagnostic 2
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs–Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Techniques
XIII.Learning Block 10
–Evaluating Process Improvement
a.Process improvement through “one-less-at-a-time”
b.Reducing setup time
c.Reducing lot size
d.Streamlining inventory reporting
e.Understanding and evaluating variation
XIV.Learning Block 11
–Process Improvement
–The Next Step
a.Evaluating Statistical Process Control
-SPC
b.Evaluating Inspection
c.Auditing internal/external suppliers
d.Rating & certifying suppliers
XV.
Learning Block 12
–Measuring Your Performance
a.Measuring data & data integrity
b.Measuring inventory accuracy
c.Measuring performance
d.Understanding & calculating key costs
XVI.Diagnostic 3
-Review
a.DADDs
–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs
–Introspective Questions
c.SETs
–Simulated Exam Techniques
XVII.
Learning Block 13
–Key Principles of Design Tradeoffs
a.Local design principles
b.Network design principles
c.Global design principles
d.Achieving compromise
XVIII.Diagnostic 4
-Review
a.DADDs-Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs–Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Techniques
XIX.
ECO
–Simulated Exam

Course Objectives

–Module 5

Strategic Management of Resources

Explore the relationship of existing and emerging processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and supply chain-related functions. The course addresses three main topics: aligning resources with the strategic plan, configuring and integrating operating processes to support the
strategic plan, and implementing change.
Capstone Module
– Covers strategic planning and implementation
– Describes how market requirements drive the resources and
processes of an organization
– Helps you explore the relationship among existing and emerging
processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and
supply chain-related functions
Topics include
Competitive Market Issues
Choices Affecting Facilities, Supply Chain, Information Technology, and Organizational Design
Configuring and Integrating Internal Processes
Evaluating and Managing Projects.
Course Outline
I.Introduction to SMR
a.Overview of 3 Diagnostic Areas
b.Understanding Business Environment
c.Developing Operations Strategy
d.Implementing Operations Strategy
II.Learning Block 1
–Why Alignment is Important
a.Purpose of Strategic Plan
b.Establishing competitive advantage
c.Quality as a competitive advantage
d.Lean/JIT as a competitive advantage
III.Learning Block 2
–Understanding Operations Structure
a.Purpose of Operations Strategy
b.Organizational design factors
c.Facility decisions
IV.
Learning Block 3
–Understanding Operations Infrastructure
a.Workforce/staffing considerations
b.Quality systems
c.IT systems
d.Lean/JIT organization
V.Diagnostic 1
-Review
a.DADDs–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs–Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Techniques
VI.Learning Block 4–
Integrating Operations Processes
a.Integrating operations control
b.Integrating MPR
c.Integrating DSP
d.Integrating ECO
VII.Learning Block 5
–Applying Supply Chain Management (SCM)
a.Definition of SCM
b.Understanding Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
c.Customer/Supplier Relationships
d.SCM & Logistics
e.SCM & Customer Service
VIII.
Learning Block 6
–Understanding Design
& Cost Elements
a.Traditional design
b.BIC Design
c.More on VoC/QFD
d.Cost management
e.Asset valuation
IX.Diagnostic 2
-Review
a.DADDs–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs
–Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Techniques
X.
Learning Block 7
–Utilizing Project Management
a.Project characteristics/benefits
b.Project Life Cycle
–Planning Phase
c.Project Life Cycle
–Implementation Phase
d.Project Life Cycle
–Close-Out Phase
e.The project team
XI.Learning Block 8
–Incorporating Measurements
a.Key concepts and principles
b.Financial measurements
c.Performance measurements
d.Strategic capabilities
XII.
Learning Block 9
–Effective Change Management
a.Importance of change
b.Phases of change
c.Organizational change
d.Leading change initiatives
XIII.
Diagnostic 3
-Review
a.DADDs–Down and Dirty Definitions
b.IQs–Introspective Questions
c.SETs–Simulated Exam Techniques
XIV.
SMR
–Simulated Exam

Who earns APICS CPIM designation?
APICS CPIM is beneficial for professionals working in:
 Production and inventory management
 Operations
 Supply chain management
 Procurement
 Materials management
 Purchasing
 Finance and cost accounting
 Manufacturing information systems

 

JK Michaels APICS CPIM preparation program is an intensive 3 month blended learning  program including a 5 day classroom training,,APICS online review courses and question bank,5 printed textbook and course manual,weekly virtual training and mentoring.We also book you for the exam.We support you all the way.
 Classroom review courses
– Experienced instructors lead you through interactive discussions, case studies
and strategic problem-solving exercises.
 Online review courses
– Prepare for exams from the convenience of your home in an instructor-facilitated
or independent study online format.
 Self-study
– Extensive self-study resources will help you uncover testing insights, improve
your performance and strengthen your knowledge base.

 

Certification Course Fee is  $2500 exclusive of vat (Include Classroom training and manual,5 APICS CPIM Textbooks,access to APICS CPIM online course and question bank3 month Virtual mentoring,membership fee,Exam fee,APICS CPIM Exam content manual.