Supply Chain Management Level 1

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Supply Chain Management Level 1

In the past, knowledge of a limited area production and inventory control for example was sufficient to ensure career success in manufacturing. That’s not true anymore. Today, the success manufacturing manager has to understand the overall picture of manufacturing systems, master planning, purchasing, TQM, and much more. This program provides you with the ability to understand and evaluate production and inventory activities within a company’s global operations. This program complies with the Supply Chain Council principles.

Understand basic business wide concepts, including understanding various supply chain environments Manage demand, including markets and customers expectations Designing of products, processes, and information systems Understanding supply issues including inventory costs, functions, and metrics

Theory & Practical Exercise

5 Days

If you’re looking to start a career in Supply Chain Management, then this could be the perfect course for you. By introducing you to many of the fundamental concepts behind Supply Chain Management, this course will help you to decide if this career path is well suited to you, whilst giving you knowledge and skills that you’ll be able to comfortably transfer to any industry. This program is targeting Supply Chain Associate attendees with 0 to 3 years of experience in this field.

There are no prerequisites or entry requirements

Supply Chain Managers, Supply Chain Associates, Marketing Manager

Informal assessment will take place through group discussion, class room activities, and questions and answers sessions as guided by your tutor. Course Completion Certificate awarded by Winway

IASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Further discounts for upfront payment installments also available

Course Highlights will be:

Key points will consist of:

Session 1 – Importance of Strategic Planning

Introduction to Manufacturing

Production Environments and Process Choices

The Manufacturing Supply Chain

Manufacturing Planning and Control

The Impact of New Systems and Philosophies

The Role of ERP in Supply Chain Evolution

Session 2 – Demand Management

Demand Management Processes

Characteristics of Demand

Basic Forecasting Concepts

Simple Time Series Analysis

Measuring the Forecast Error – MAD

Session 3 – Master Planning

Purpose and Scope of Master Planning

Sales and Operations Planning and Production Planning

Master Scheduling and the Master Production Schedule (MPS)

Resource Planning and Rough-Cut Capacity Planning

Master Production Schedule and Sale

Session 4 – Material Requirements Planning

Material Requirements Planning Environment

Bill of Material

Material Requirements Planning Logic

Using and Managing the Priority Plan

Session 5 – Capacity Management and Production Activity Control

Capacity Management

Production Activity Control

Session 6 – Aggregate Inventory Management

Introduction to Inventory

The Inventory Carrying Cost Concepts

Session 7 – Item Inventory Management

Order Quantities

Independent Demand Ordering Systems The Safety Stock formula for finished products ABC Inventory Control Auditing Inventory Records Session 8 – Purchasing and Physical Distribution Purchasing (Physical Supply) Management Inco terms 2010 The Expediting Process Physical Distribution and DRP system Session 9 – Lean and Quality Systems Productivity and Quality Systems Focus on the Customer Lean/Just-in-Time Quality Management Systems Value Stream Mapping Financial Statements and Inventory