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We’ve used our vast industry experience to build supply chain training suitable for every company and every industry. It’s role-based training covering every position in the supply chain team – from demand planners to distribution planners; logistics planners to schedulers and analysts.

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Designed by expert practitioners with a deep understanding of supply chain, our programs come with advanced learning content that covers 13 fields of knowledge and hundreds of titles.

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    Inventory Control

    Your team will learn strategies for maintaining the optimum amount of inventory and discover what, when and how much to order to provide an uninterrupted service at minimum cost. Employees will learn to classify inventory, establish priorities, balance customer service levels with inventory costs and manage physical inventory effectively.

    Demand Planning

    Teams will learn methods for forecasting demand, how to measure and manage demand uncertainty, and how to consolidate and communicate demand as an input for supply planning and sales/operations planning. They will become familiar with the concept of collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment (CPFR).

    Supply Planning

    Employees will learn how MRP and Master Scheduling can plan your resources (raw materials, parts, WIP, manufacturing, storage and people) to fulfill customer demand by answering what, how much and when to produce, without creating excess or obsolete inventories. Sales and Operational Planning courses will help make profit-optimal planning decisions.

    Warehousing

    Participants will discover the best practices in warehouse operations, including receiving, putaway, order picking, packaging and shipping. Your team will understand the concept of lean warehousing and eliminate waste in the warehouse, as well as fire safety and the handling of dangerous goods.

    Manufacturing

    These courses will give your employees a comprehensive understanding of manufacturing environments and strategies. They will understand the concepts of batch vs. flow and push vs. pull methods, as well as process design, factory layout, capacity and resource planning. They will also learn about Lean, Six Sigma and Quality Management.

    Supply Chain Analytics

    These courses educate your employees in using statistical analysis, big data analytics, machine learning and the Internet of Things to create supply chain value, increase operational efficiency, generate more revenue and reduce costs.

    Transportation

    Teams learn how to select the optimal transportation modes, companies and logistics service providers while using electronic data technologies for reliable, error-proof logistics. They will become proficient with Incoterms 2020 and the concept of sustainable logistics, and learn how to track supply chain performance and why doing so is important.

    Strategy

    Your team will learn to use the SCOR framework to understand and design a high-performing supply chain. They will learn about the supply chain strategies that companies must use to gain competitive advantage in different business environments as well as strategies for reducing supply chain risk and preventing the bullwhip effect.

    Order Management

    Teams will manage the “Order to Cash” cycle from the time an order is received, until the ordered goods are delivered and payment is received. Order promising using “Available to promise” and “Capable to promise”. Your employees also learn scheduling order fulfillment activities, including picking, packaging, shipping, delivery and invoicing.

    Project Management

    Teams learn the role of the project manager in team forming, project governance, as well as creating and using a business case, building a project timing plan, including critical path analysis, resource planning and project controls. They learn to manage stakeholders, build a high performing team and successfully hand over a completed project.

    Finance

    These courses train your team on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) model, how to read a supplier’s balance sheet and profit/loss accounting. They will learn the importance of cash flow and how to apply financial ratios like ROTA, ROE, working capital, etc. and use concepts like inventory accounting, activity-based costing and the cash-to-cash cycle.

    Legal

    Participants learn the major legal issues in supply chains, import/export regulations and documentation requirements. Your team also learns sustainability regulations, intellectual property law for supply chains and global trade compliance. They will also leave with an in-depth understanding of Service Level Agreements (SLA’s).

    Procurement

    Learners will understand the role and added value of procurement professionals in an organization and how to collaborate with procurement. Participants will learn sourcing steps, RFP, the link between sourcing and the operational procurement processes as well as the value chain and conducting negotiations.

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