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NOW ONLINE! You will gain a solid understanding of the extended supply chain while preparing for the globally recognized APICS CLTD certification.

APICS Logistics, Transportation and Distribution Program

The CLTD designation was created by ASCM and a team of subject matter experts from the core AST&L CTL program. This certificate program covers a comprehensive body of knowledge that sets the global standard for best practices in logistics, transportation and distribution. This exam review course is designed to cover key learning points of the APICS CLTD Learning System and assist you to prepare for the APICS CLTD exam.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    Staff associates and managers in:
  • Operations
  • Logistics
  • Supply chain
  • Traffic
  • Transportation/fleet
  • Reverse logistics
  • Supply chain/operations
  • Warehouse operations/distribution
 
 
distribution, transportation and logistics
 

PROGRAM BENEFITS

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  • The elements of logistics to design and administer systems that control the movement and positioning of material
  • Information flows to satisfy customer requirements at the lowest total cost
  • The processes, best practices, and tools used by today’s logistics managers
  • The actions necessary to address logistics opportunities
  • Learn to communicate more effectively with others across your extended supply chain
 
 

PROGRAM MODULES

 
1
OVERVIEW
  • Logistics processes and systems defining material and information flows
  • Cross-functional relationships with marketing, finance, and manufacturing
  • How to achieve consistent customer service at the lowest total cost
 
2
CAPACITY PLANNING MANAGEMENT
  • Strategic and operational considerations and alignment of resources
  • Trade-offs between logistics, procurement, manufacturing, and customer relationship management
  • Organizational forecast development
 
3
ORDER MANAGEMENT
  • Order management and customer service
  • Defining and measuring logistics customer service outputs
 
4
INVENTORY AND WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT
  • Methods and techniques to control, manage, and store inventory
  • Economic and service benefits warehousing delivers
  • Warehouse types and operating characteristics
 
5
TRANSPORTATION
  • Major principles and processes of transportation management
  • Fundamental mode roles, capabilities, and responsibilities
 
6
GLOBAL LOGISTICS CONSIDERATIONS
  • Navigating complex supply chains from a total cost perspective
  • Transportation modal analysis, security considerations, and regulations
 
7
LOGISTICS NETWORK DESIGN
  • Transportation and inventory impact on network design considerations
  • Introduction to modeling tools and techniques
  • The processes, resources, and tools for managing risk
 
8
REVERSE LOGISTICS CONSIDERATIONS
  • Reverse supply chain flows and sustainability
  • Logistics social responsibility and the triple bottom line