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Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is driving the world’s major global companies. Advancement in technology and changes in how business is conducted have made supply chain and logistics management key to a sustainable competitive advantage. Upon completion of the program, individuals will be afforded the knowledge necessary to effectively manage the supply chain process from planning, sourcing, producing, and delivering the product or service.

Supply Change Management Program Highlights:

A focused training program provides trainees with a comprehensive understanding of knowledge and skills needed for careers in Supply Chain Management.

Trainees will learn Supply Chain Operations, Logistics, Planning, and Supply Chain Management Services. .

Trainees will also learn procurement, warehouse management, Inventory control, freight logistic and transportation operations

Supply Change Management Program Outcomes:

Obtain the required English, Math, and Clerical skills necessary for the work environment

Understand fundamental supply chain management concepts

Apply knowledge to evaluate and manage an effective supply chain

Understand the foundational role of logistics as it relates to transportation and warehousing

Show how to align the management of supply chain with corporate goals and strategies

Analyse and improve supply chain processes

Understand the role of warehouses in the supply chain, and how products get from manufacturer to consumer

Describe the transportation operations and different modes of transportation In Supply Chain Management

Apply knowledge of the legal and ethical environment impacting business organizations and exhibit an understanding and appreciation of the ethical implications of decisions

Provide an understanding of and appreciation for the importance of the impact of globalization and diversity in modern organizations

Demonstrate an ability to engage in critical thinking by analysing situations and constructing and selecting viable solutions to solve problems

Demonstrate knowledge of current information, theories, and models, and techniques and practices in Supply Chain Management

Minimum Requirements