Are you or your company prepared to meet the challenges of the complex and evolving logistics and supply chain workforce?

LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

 

 
            

CONTENT STRUCTURE

During the three days a month over four months certification class, students will learn four necessary skills:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Transportation Management
  • International Transportation and Logistics
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy
 
Supply Chain Graphic

PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of logistics and supply chain
  • Retain and advance top talent in the logistics industry
  • Learn the latest strategies for logistics productivity
  • Help employees make better decisions
  • Gain a thorough understanding of the international market
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Learn supply chain management foundations, cross-chain processes and its future
  • Understand the role and importance of transportation
  • Understand the dramatic difference between domestic and international supply chain
  • Learn best strategies for implementing a successful logistics and supply chain management operation
 

* This course can be customized to meet your company's specific needs.

PROGRAM MODULES

 

managementMANAGEMENT 

 

NumberMODULE 1

A Logistics Perspective
  • Supply Chain Management: An Overview
  • Global Dimensions of Supply Chains
  • Role of Logistics in Supply Chains
  • Distribution and Omni-Channel Network Design
  • Sourcing Materials and Services
  • Producing Goods and Services
  • Demand Management
  • Order Management and Customer Service
  • Managing Inventory in the Supply Chain
  • Distribution - Managing Fulfillment Operations
  • Transportation - Managing Supply Chain Flow
  • Aligning Supply Chains
  • Supply Chain Performance Measurement
         & Financial Analysis
  • Supply Chain Technology | Managing Info Flows
  • Strategic Challenges and Change
 

transportationTRANSPORTATION 

 

NumberMODULE 2

A Supply Chain Perspective
  • Transportation: Critical Link in the Supply Chain
  • Transportation: Critical Link in the Economy
  • Transportation Regulation and Public Policy
  • Costing and Pricing Transportation
  • Motor Carriers
  • Railroads
  • Airlines
  • Water Carriers and Pipelines
  • Transportation Risk Management
  • Global Transportation Planning
  • Global Transportation Execution
  • Third Party Logistics
  • Private Transportation and Fleet Management
  • Issues and Challenges of Global Supply Chains
 

globeLOGISTICS

 

NumberMODULE 3

International Logistics
  • International Trade
  • International Supply Chain Management
  • International Infrastructure
  • International Methods of Entry
  • International Contracts
  • Terms of Trade or Incoterms; Rules
  • Terms of Payment
  • Managing Transaction Risks
  • International Commercial Documents
  • International Insurance
  • International Ocean Transportation
  • International Air Transportation
  • International Land and Multimodal Transportation
  • Packaging for Export
  • International Logistics Security
  • Customs Clearance
  • Developing a Competitive Advantage
 

NumberMODULE 4

Creating a Culture that Drives Success
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Logistics, the Supply Chain and Competitive Strategy
  • Delivering Customer Value
  • Going to Market
  • Measuring Logistics Costs and Performance
  • Matching Supply and Demand
  • Creating the Responsive Supply Chain
  • Strategic Lead – Time Management
  • The Synchronous Supply Chain
  • Complexity and the Supply Chain
  • Managing the Global Pipeline
  • Service Logistics
  • Managing Risk in the Supply Chain
  • The ERA of Network Competition
  • Overcoming the Barriers to Supply Chain Integration
  • Creating a Sustainable Supply Chain
  • The Supply Chain of the Future