Certified Supply Chain Professional

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Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certification was developed by APICS to help individuals learn world-class supply chain management principles and develop their supply chain leadership skills. Becoming CSCP certified also demonstrates a strong background in supply chain management to current and future employers, clients, customers, and colleagues.

START:
February 5, 2018
DURATION:
5 days
PRICE
912,500.00

Address

Plot 33 Olorunmbe Street,Wemabod Estate,Ikeja,Lagos   View map

Certified Supply Chain Professional Overview

Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certification developed by APICS to help individuals learn world-class supply chain management principles and develop their supply chain leadership skills.  Becoming CSCP certified also demonstrates a strong background in supply chain management to current and future employers, clients, customers, and colleagues.

CSCP(Certified Supply Chain Professional) is the supply chain certification most respected by employers worldwide.  Multinational corporations increasingly list “APICS CSCP required” in their job postings.

 The APICS CSCP(certified Supply chain professional) designation is for professionals who are interested in increasing their knowledge and expertise in the comprehensive end-to-end global supply chain management.

APICS is a global professional society and a world-renowned leader in Operations Management education.

 

Certified Supply Chain Professional Target Group

To be eligible, a candidate must meet ONE of the following criteria:

  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, as well as two years of related business experience
  • CPIM, CFPIM, or CIRM PLUS two years of related business experience
  • 5 years of related business experience

Students not meeting the examination criteria may still enrol in the course.

However, you may need to supplement the course content with more examples and extra reading.

 

Certified Supply Chain Professional

 KEY LEARNING POINTS

Candidates will learn, discover or understand how to:

 

  • Boost productivity, collaboration and innovation
  • Positively affect lead times, inventory, productivity and bottom-line profitability
  • Manage the integration and co-ordination of activities to reduce costs and to increase efficiencies and customer service
  • Gain the knowledge to effectively and efficiently manage global supply chain activities

Certified Supply Chain Professional

OTHER POINTS

Students who complete the CSCP program will:

  • Achieve greater confidence along with peer and industry recognition
  • Enjoy the potential for career advancement and increased earnings while providing you with the foundation to improve your company’s competitive position and profitability certification preparation

To help you prepare for the CSCP exam, APICS has developed the CSCP Learning System. Based on the CSCP body of knowledge, the learning system is a comprehensive professional development and exam preparation program that combines print materials with interactive on-line tools to deliver a customised learning experience.

 

JK MICHAELS offers the full programme in preparation to the APICS examination in the form of workshops, on-line review courses and self-study groups

 

CERTIFIED SUPPLY CHAIN PROFESSIONAL BENEFITS

Organizational Benefits

 

From day one, individuals can apply their knowledge to contribute to the solution of everyday work issues.

 

Teams that pursue the APICS CSCP program will have a consistent foundation and structure, a common vocabulary, and an understanding of the underlying information technologies to collaborate on cross-departmental business solutions.

 

In turn, it will increase an individual’s contributions and overall team effectiveness.

 

An Internationally recognized certification created to meet the rapidly changing needs of the Supply Chain field

 

The areas covered are:

 

– Supply Chain Management (SCM) Fundamentals

 

– Building competitive operations, planning and logistics

 

– Managing Customer and Supplier Relationships

 

-Using Information Technology to facilitate SCM

Course Outline

This course comprises the four modules of:

 

  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) Fundamentals covering:

    • An overview of SCM, including value networks
    • SCM Strategy incorporating the use of the three V’’s
    • Managing the Supply Chain including the use of value drivers, KPI’s, balanced scorecards, Performance metrics and more
    • Continuous improvement of the Supply Chain by investigating areas such as benchmarking, change management and tools and philosophies (JIT, six sigma, TOC, Lean, etc.)

 

  • Building competitive operations, planning and logistics covering:

    • Demand Planning, including SC dynamics and collaborations (service agreements, VMI, CPFR)
    • Product Design deliberations by looking at areas such as mass customisation, universality, etc.
    • Manufacturing Planning and Controlling detailing the processes of Business planning, S&OP, MPS, MRP, CRP and IM
    • Logistics, including DRP, reverse logistics and international business

 

  • Managing Customer and Supplier relationships encompassing

    • Relationship management in SCM
    • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
    • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
    • Integrated Customer / Supplier Relationship Management

 

  • Using Information Technology to facilitate Supply Chain Management by dealing with:

    • The Role of Information Technology (IT) in the Supply Chain covering infrastructure (system architecture, devices, databases, etc), acquisition of data, IT uses in SCM, etc.
    • ERP in Supply Chain by leveraging ERP systems
    • Innovative technologies and their uses, such as SC event and process management, optimization tools (WMS, TMS) and trends
    • Other tool enhancers, such as EDT, EDI, Barcodes, RFID and advanced tools like APO/APS (Advance Planning Optimisation)
    • E-Business covering areas like:
      • Internet-enabled supply chains
      • Use in collaborations and joint processes
      • Portals and Hubs

 

Who Should Attend?

To be eligible, a candidate must meet ONE of the following criteria:

A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, as well as two years of related business experience
CPIM, CFPIM, or CIRM PLUS two years of related business experience
5 years of related business experience

Students not meeting the examination criteria may still enrol in the course.

However, you may need to supplement the course content with more examples and extra reading.

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