Advanced Certificate in Supply Chain Management (ACSCM): 5-Day Course (Dubai, United Arab Emirates - April 28-30, 2019, May 1-2, 2019) - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "Advanced Certificate in Supply Chain Management (ACSCM)" training has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The development of an advanced Supply Chain requires a sophisticated understanding of several factors, which include how businesses to businesses, businesses to consumers and how businesses to Government interact and influence one another.

Whatever level of Supply Chain your organisation is looking to achieve, the BMTG Advanced Certificate in Supply Chain Management (ACSCM), will provide delegates with the latest cutting-edge principles and practices of sophisticated Supply Chains.

Whether it be a wish to take the Supply Chain to highest end, highest tech level or to make the transition from transactional to strategic, this course, over 5 demanding days, will help you to transform your Supply Chain interactions.

This Advanced Certificate in Supply Chain Management complements other popular BTMG courses such as the Advanced Certificate in Strategic Procurement (ACSP) and the Advanced Certificate in Bid and Tender Management (ACBTM). Delegates will learn how to analyse, explore the stages and challenges involved in both developing and delivering an advanced Supply Chain.

By the end of the sessions delegates should be able to:

  • Identify the core drivers of Supply Chain Management
  • Discuss the importance of Quality within the delivery of customer expectations in the Supply Chain
  • Evaluate the core elements of lead-time
  • Assess the Total Cost of Ownership of activities within the Supply Chain
  • Define and identify value added across the Supply Chain
  • Identify and link the various Supply Chain elements
  • Describe the different types of Supply Chain and deploy the most relevant one for their organisation
  • Understand how the internal and external factors influence concepts such as efficiency
  • Recognise the influence of culture, values and power within the organisation
  • Explain the interaction and relationship between procurement and Supply Chain Management
  • Describe the methods of evaluating Suppliers both prior to engagement and during a contract
  • Discuss the concept of a market, the various competitive states and the way a market operates
  • Recommend possible evaluation methods, targets and KPIs within Supply Chain Management
  • Explain both the incoming and out-going Logistics elements
  • Describe the concept of international logistics and explain the core elements of payments and customs
  • Evaluate the risks associated with international and national transit options
  • Explain the payment options within international Supply Chain Relationships
  • Assess and manage Supply Chain Risk developing strategies and remediation solutions
  • Map the Supply Chain and identify any single points of failure to improve the Supply Chain Resilience
  • Develop a business continuity plan to ensure Supply Chain performance is maintained
  • Evaluate and select strategies for Supply Chain Management
  • Analyse data collected across the Supply Chain to improve Quality, Lead-time and Cost
  • Develop Continuous Improvement philosophies within the Supply Chain elements
  • Recognise the importance of relationships to the effective attainment of Supply Chain objectives
  • Identify, understand and manage issues involved in the implementation of strategic plans

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Related Topics: Supply Chain Management

Contacts

ResearchAndMarkets.com
Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Related Topics: Supply Chain Management