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Supply Chain Management

Program Description

Our Supply Chain Management certificate and diploma program is designed to improve necessary skills in order to coordinate and relate with suppliers, producers, and customers. In today’s industry, goods and services are pieced together from all over the world, and this process may become complicated if not managed correctly.
This program focuses on global best practice and links supply chain with general management. It applies theory to practice based on previous projects and makes extensive use of “real-life” case studies, particularly in energy industry.
If you wish to advance your knowledge and career in any of the topics related to Supply Chain Management functions, particularly in energy industry, this program can provide you with the knowledge required in today’s competitive market.

 

By the end of this program you will know how to:

  • Demonstrate ERP systems integrate core business processes across functional and support business management
  • Understand the enterprise systems concept and solutions on business development
  • Evaluate options, for the development and management of information systems technology, to improve supplier performance and supply management.
  •  Identify the significance and benefits of ERP software as global, online, extended and integrated systems.
  • Understand business development and Business Process re-engineering support by enterprise systems
  • Become familiar with the key modules of ERP in functional areas.
  • Define the purpose and functions of materials management.
  • Discuss the objectives of inventory management.
  • Understand the term inventory, various types of inventory, and list major reasons or holding inventory.
  • Calculate optimum order quantities, safety stock, re-order point and service level.
  • Understand the concepts of Lean Production, Just-in-Time, and Supply Chain.
  • Examine the principles of supplier management and development for creating a World class supply base.
  • Describe lot sizing methods, capacity requirements planning.
  • Explain Just-In-Time (JIT) and lean production and how they can be implemented.
  • Explain job and staff scheduling and discuss priority rules and performance measures for sequencing/scheduling.
  • Describe Theory of Constraints and scheduling, based on the bottleneck work center

Courses

Production Planning and Scheduling

SCM - 302

Production Planning and Scheduling

SCM - 302

Global Sourcing and Procurement

SCM - 301

Global Sourcing and Procurement

SCM - 301

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

SCM - 203

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

SCM - 203

Inventory Management

SCM - 202

Inventory Management

SCM - 202

Enterprise Resource Planning

SCM - 201

Enterprise Resource Planning

SCM - 201

Introduction to Operations Management

SCM - 101

Introduction to Operations Management

SCM - 101

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