Do you want to advance your career in Supply Chain Management? Do you want to validate the Supply Chain knowledge you already acquired by your experience in your position? Do you want to learn about Industry standards and best practices for Supply Chain processes to improve your own processes and day to day activities? Do you want to obtain an internationally recognized certification in Supply Chain Management? Or do you want to speak a common language within your colleagues in your company and with your customers and suppliers?
Based on globally recognized standards, best practices and certification programs offered by international education and certification associations, PMI can offer you a wide range of Supply Chain and Operations Management Education and Certification programs to match your learning objectives.
The APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) Part 1 seminar covers the frameworks and the body of knowledge necessary to execute, control and improve all internal operations of an organization. More
The APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) Part 2 seminar provides individuals with the understanding to plan, execute, monitor, evaluate and improve production and inventory activities within an organization’s operations by improving efficiency, maximizing technology Return on Investment and streamlining operations to address internal and external challenges and opportunities. More
The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) provide individuals with a body of knowledge, best practices, know-how and standards to create the required alignment across the end-to-end Supply Chain and to effectively manage the relationships and interconnections within their organizations and throughout their Supply Chains. More
The APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) is designed to provide individuals with a body of knowledge, best practices, technology know-how and standards to manage, execute and control the physical flow of items as well as the documentation flows required within their supply chain(s). More
The Demand Driven Supply Chain Fundamentals (DDSCF)™ programm is designed to introduce into supply chain fundamentals and to demonstrate the conceptual differences between conventional supply chain approaches dominated by MPS, MRP and DRP and emerging flow-based approaches including the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise (DDAE) Model. More
Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is a method to model, plan and manage supply chains to protect and promote the flow of relevant information and materials. The Demand Driven Planner (DDP)™ Program is the preparation for implementing and maintaining a Demand Driven Operating Model (DDOM). More
Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is a method to model, plan and manage supply chains to protect and promote the flow of relevant information and materials. The Demand Driven Leader (DDL)™ program shows how to design, implement and sustain a Demand Driven Operating Model including parameter settings through Demand Driven S&OP (DDS&OP). More
Factory Physics® can help managers understand and apply practical operations science to make the best of their world with all its variability in product mix, demand, people, and processes. However, compared with Lean or Six Sigma, Factory Physics® is different because it defines the operations science anyone can use right now to establish better control and improve performance. More
This seminar is the fundamental introduction into Supply Chain Management. This seminar explains Supply Chain terminology and basic concepts related to managing the complete flow of materials from suppliers to customers. The entire flow of material, information and cash in a supply chain from supplier to end consumer is explained. All value chain processes and production basics are discussed - from long-range up to short-term planning and execution. More
The workshop enables you to actively develop how you can efficiently implement or improve an S&OP process and determine what it really can provide to your organization. You will decide in 5 rounds within a realistic web-based Supply Chain simulation (“The Fresh Connection”), the future of a public company. More