Training & Certifications

This course provides a comprehensive overview of Supply Chain Management as a business philosophy and a corporate strategy to drive or turn-around the business. It includes a study of supply chain evolution, a thorough discussion of its scope, and its strategic role in business and economy today. It aims to aid the participant to understand the issues involved when applying strategies concerning supplies and other activities that correlates with it such as with purchasing, manufacturing, physical distribution and marketing management.

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  1. Acquires knowledge and skills in a broad range of work activities, usually performed in a wide variety of tasks, some of which are complex and non-routine
  2. Exposes to emerging processes and technologies in evolving in the International business
  3. Understand logistics strategies and processes, the interrelationships between and within supply chain networks (generic knowledge)
  4. Acquire special functional skills and knowledge to optimize activities within area of responsibility

CIPSC certification is for all professionals who have relevant knowledge in supply chain and for those who want to gain a broad knowledge of International Supply Chain Management that can be applied in their organization.

This program is 5 days of intensive training class.

Participants are required to have a Bachelor degree with minimum 3 (three) years of business experience or a Diploma with 5 (five) years of experience.

At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with 2 hours of CPISC® Exam.

CPISC® Certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from PASAS.

  1. Supply Chain Management Overview
  2. Supply Chain Planning and Execution
  3. Supply Chain Drivers: Facilities, Inventory, Transportation, and Information
  4. Efficiency of Supply Chain Management Strategies
  5. Effectiveness of Supply Chain Management Strategies
  6. Applying a Supply Chain Design
  7. Future of Supply Chain Management
  1. Value Chain Thinking
  2. Value Systems with Issues
  3. Breaking the Chains of Value Eco- Systems
  1. Internal and External SCM
  1. Outsourcing Overview
  2. Steps involved in Selection
  3. Advantages
  4. 3PL
  5. Types of 3PL Providers
  6. 4PL (Fourth Party Logistics)
  7. 5PL (Fifth Party Logistics)
  1. Drivers of Global Sourcing
  2. Decisions of Global Sourcing
  3. Global Sourcing of Manufacturing
  4. BPO (Business Process Outsourcing)
  5. Subsidiaries vs Independent Suppliers
  6. Contract Manufacturing
  7. Offshoring
  8. Nature of Outsourcing and Global Sourcing
  9. Scope of Global Sourcing
  10. Benefits of Global Sourcing
  11. Risks in Global Sourcing
  12. Ethical Connections
  13. Global Supply Chain Management
  14. Purchasing, Procurement, and Strategic Sourcing
  15. Logistics Impacts of Purchasing Function
  16. Types of Purchasing Activity
  17. Information Flows Related to Procurement
  18. Elements of Strategic Sourcing
  19. Impact of Improved Supply Chain Planning on Procurement & Logistics Operations
  20. Supplier Assessment Practices
  1. Logistics, Warehousing, and Distribution
  2. Introduction to Transportation
  3. Mode of Transport
  4. Intermodal Transport
  5. Ownership of Transport
  6. Routing Vehicles
  1. Global Supply Chain Overview
  2. Objectives of Global Supply Chain
  3. Recent Changes Affecting Global Supply Chain
  4. Advantages of Global Supply Chain
  5. Benchmarking the Global Supply Chain
  6. Future of Global Supply Chain Management
  1. Cold SCM, Halal SCM and Green SCM
  1. Supply Chain Challenges
  2. The Smarter Supply Chain
  3. Building the Supply Chain of the Future
  1. Information and Communication Technology in SCM
  1. Internet of Things Overview
  2. History of Internet of Things
  3. Use of Internet of Things (Today and Future

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