logistics-supply-chain-management

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

We have produced the largest chain of Supply Chain professionals in the Middle East region. We offer extensive range of supply chain management certifications – CISCP, CISCM, CIWIM, CSCP, CILT, CIVM and more, targeted to upgrade a wide range of skillsets for multiple functionalities in the logistics and supply chain industry.

CISCPM – Certified International Supply Chain Planning Manager

Course Methodology

The sessions of the Certified International Supply Chain Planning Manager program are a blend of lectures, team and individual exercises, assessments and case studies that introduce various models and methods for supply chain analysis and optimization.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this supply chain planning course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the benefits of effectively planning for supply and demand within an organization’s supply chain.
  • Associate an organization’s planning activities with the steps for developing an effective supply chain strategy for satisfying customers.
  • Identify accurate descriptions of the four types of forecasting methods used to predict customer demand for a product or service.
  • Identify the types of information that should be gathered for a supply chain aggregate plan.
  • Apply effective aggregate demand planning and S&OP strategies to properly balance cost, production and customer demand within a supply chain.
  • Relate the supply chain activities of an organization to the supply and demand methodology they each support.
  • Effectively manage an organization’s supply and demand variableness based upon an evaluation of its production initiatives in a given scenario.

Target Audience

CISCPM is designed for supply chain professionals across different functions – logistics, procurement, transportation, planning, warehousing and inventory management.

Target Competencies

  • Describe supply chain planning
  • Identify the components of supply chain planning
  • Bridge gap between operations, processes and people systems
  • Incorporate supply chain planning into corporate planning functions
  • Measure the value that supply chain planning adds to a company
  • Identity technology trends to support supply chain planning

Course Outline

Introduction

CISCPM is a globally recognized supply chain planning course pursued by production and planning professionals in supply chain management to learn the strategic insights and innovative techniques of accurate planning for supply chain synchronization across different business sectors.

 

Certified International Supply Chain Planning Manager

Module 1: Introduction and Course Overview

Module 2: Supply Chain Integration

Module 3: Avoiding the Bullwhip Effect

Module 4: Forecasting

Module 5: Fundamentals of Sales and Operations Planning

Module 6: Collaborative Planning Forecasting and Replenishment Systems (CPFR)

Module 7: Sales and Operations Planning Systems and Software

Module 8: Fundamentals of Material Requirements Planning

Module 9: Material Requirements Planning Systems and Software

Module 10: Managing Risk in the Global Supply Chain

Course Methodology

The sessions of the Certified International Supply Chain Planning Manager program are a blend of lectures, team and individual exercises, assessments and case studies that introduce various models and methods for supply chain analysis and optimization.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this supply chain planning course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the benefits of effectively planning for supply and demand within an organization’s supply chain.
  • Associate an organization’s planning activities with the steps for developing an effective supply chain strategy for satisfying customers.
  • Identify accurate descriptions of the four types of forecasting methods used to predict customer demand for a product or service.
  • Identify the types of information that should be gathered for a supply chain aggregate plan.
  • Apply effective aggregate demand planning and S&OP strategies to properly balance cost, production and customer demand within a supply chain.
  • Relate the supply chain activities of an organization to the supply and demand methodology they each support.
  • Effectively manage an organization’s supply and demand variableness based upon an evaluation of its production initiatives in a given scenario.

Target Audience

CISCPM is designed for supply chain professionals across different functions – logistics, procurement, transportation, planning, warehousing and inventory management.

Target Competencies

  • Describe supply chain planning
  • Identify the components of supply chain planning
  • Bridge gap between operations, processes and people systems
  • Incorporate supply chain planning into corporate planning functions
  • Measure the value that supply chain planning adds to a company
  • Identity technology trends to support supply chain planning

Course Outline

Introduction

CISCPM is a globally recognized supply chain planning course pursued by production and planning professionals in supply chain management to learn the strategic insights and innovative techniques of accurate planning for supply chain synchronization across different business sectors.

 

Certified International Supply Chain Planning Manager

Module 1: Introduction and Course Overview

Module 2: Supply Chain Integration

Module 3: Avoiding the Bullwhip Effect

Module 4: Forecasting

Module 5: Fundamentals of Sales and Operations Planning

Module 6: Collaborative Planning Forecasting and Replenishment Systems (CPFR)

Module 7: Sales and Operations Planning Systems and Software

Module 8: Fundamentals of Material Requirements Planning

Module 9: Material Requirements Planning Systems and Software

Module 10: Managing Risk in the Global Supply Chain