Supply Chain Management

Course Duration

40 hours, 5-day training workshop

Delivery

Face to face training or online training

Course Inclusive

Training materials & certificate of completion

Course Content

COURSE 1: SCM101- Overview of the Supply Chain Management

This course provides participants an overview of the supply chain, its role, and functions in contributing to the overall value creation process; it takes on a conceptual approach in making participants appreciate the strategic importance of SCM in competitive positioning and differentiating a firm’s order fulfillment task in meeting market requirements and exceeding customer expectations.

COURSE 2: SCM102 - Forecasting

This course caps the introductory course on operations & supply chain management, providing with a tool- based approach; participants will learn both qualitative and quantitative techniques in forecasting, a first important step in operations & supply chain planning and decision-making.

COURSE 3: SCM103 - System Design

This course examines the fundamental concepts and techniques for operations design which includes product & process design, capacity requirements planning, facility location & layout, and aggregate production planning.

COURSE 4: SCM104 - System Operation

In this course, participants will gain an understanding of inventory models for dependent- and independent- demand items; production scheduling techniques for high-, intermediate- and low-volume operations; and quality concepts and approaches in ensuring consistency of meeting customer expectations.

COURSE 5: SCM105 - Warehouse Management

The focus of the course is discussion of the fundamentals of warehousing and application of warehouse management methods and systems in the supply chain.

COURSE 6: SCM106 - Logistics Operation

The course provides an understanding of the importance of material handling system in facilitating the effective and cost-efficient flow of goods and materials in the supply chain.

COURSE 7: SCM107 - System Improvement

This course enables participants to explore various system improvement approaches in value creation for both the customer and the firm; examines new concepts and techniques in operations improvement.

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