Supply Chain Management Course

understanding Supply Chain Management is one important step to play an active role in helping their organization achieve its objectives

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• The increasing strategic role of supply chains and its global challenge to compete not just with innovative products but with efficient and effective supply chain management requires skilled and highly competent players across the whole value chain. In order to enhance the knowledge about advanced supply chain management concepts and appropriate methods as well as to understand the impact of the personal roles within the supply chain practices, a supply chain management advanced training program is offered for staff with some SCM experience or background in order to Upgrade your own knowledge about supply chain management principles and concepts

• Understand the context of advanced methods and concepts, and be in a position to apply some of the key learnings directly to daily business and day-to-day operations.


Certificate of completion


on Campus


3 Months (60 Active Learning Hours)

Key Benefits

  • The participants understand the fundamentals, the advanced concepts and methods of supply chain management. They will see case studies and examples from different industries of how to apply these concepts practically and they can make use of these for their own work situations
  • In group exercises and interactive sessions participants will have experienced some of the typical supply chain constraints and learn how to tackle them. Awareness of the importance of supply chain collaboration on customer and supplier side with a focus on value stream from upstream suppliers to downstream customers and SRM & CRM enable the participant to understand impacts on the different supply chains.

Who should attend?​

Managers, professionals,
and experienced support staff working in supply chains in the areas of procurement, purchasing, warehousing, inventory management, planning, manufacturing, logistics, distribution, finance, order management, sales, marketing, customer service and corporate support functions.

All corporate grades 70 or higher are entitled to enroll. Ideally, participant has attended a SCM Basics Program or else has gathered a level of basic SCM understanding by professional experience.

Course Outline

  • Understanding principles of supply chain management design and integration
  • Demand Management and Forecasting techniques
  • Understanding market characteristics and demand chain
  • Master Planning Sales & Operations
  • Impact of S&OP process and benefits
  • Material Requirements Planning & Capacity Management
  • Supply chain management improvements and link to change management
  • Purchasing & Inventory Management & Physical Distribution
  • Supplier management, selection and evaluation methods
  • Enabling IT systems supporting SRM and supplier integration
  • Enabling IT systems supporting CRM and customer integration
  • Execution and Control & Continuous Improvement
  • Developing a Business Strategy
  • Gathering and Analyzing Internal/External Information
  • Where and how we can compete in the market?
  • Sustainability and Strategy & Business Planning
  • Operations Strategy & Infrastructure
  • Distribution Requirements Planning
  • Managing Projects & Detailed Capacity Planning
  • Planning Procurement and External Sources of Supply
  • Execution of Operations & Scheduling and Authorization
  • Quality, Communication and Continuous Improvement
  • Introduction to manufacturing strategies and key levers
  • Balancing demand and supply by understanding impact of design principles
  • Managing supply chain risks and uncertainties
  • Lean operations end-to-end and value stream concept within the supply chain
  • Application and benefits of selected SCM methods like collaboration, JIT, Lean and Six Sigma
  • Interactive sessions, case studies, business game, group work
  • Cases and practical examples
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