Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)

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  • Course Date03.06.2020
  • Course Duration7 Weeks (2 Classes a week)
  • LanguageEnglish
About the Program

The APICS CSCP brings the entire value chain of a company into perspective, extending beyond internal operations for an end-to-end view that enables the candidate to effectively manage the integration and coordination of activities in a way that maximizes the company’s value chain. The CSCP course transmits the knowledge to become a logistics expert in any industry, from manufacturing to service, for both business and consumer markets. Morgan International proudly hosts the CSCP program offered by APICS (Association for Operations Management).

Who Should Attend this Program

While the CSCP certificate is beneficial for every professional working in supply chain management, it is especially ideal for individuals who want to gain top-notch insight into the complete supply chain, to increase team-work and collective efficiency and streamline coordination, increase productivity, and focus effectively on lead time and end results.

Certification Modules

  • Business Considerations
  • Implementation Tools: Communications and Projects
  • Inputs to Supply Chain Strategy
  • Resolving Misalignments or Gaps
  • Supply Chain Design
  • Supply Chains and Supply Chain Strategy
  • Technology Design
  • Tools and Techniques

  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Demand Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Linkages between CRM and SRM
  • Logistics
  • Monetary, Regulatory, and Trade Considerations
  • Operations Planning and Control
  • Reverse Logistics
  • Segmentation
  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • Supply Management
  • Waste Considerations

  • Continuous Improvement and Change Management
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Considerations
  • International Standards and Regulatory Compliance
  • Measuring Performance and Customer Service
  • Risk Assessment and Classification
  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Response
  • Security, Regulatory, and Compliance Concerns
  • Social, Environmental, Safety, and Quality Accreditations and Certifications
  • Supply Chain Metrics