UKQ UK Approved International Diploma in Supply Chain Management
This course looks at current thinking and development of the supply chain concept through purchasing and purchasing policies. Management issues surrounding quality, and value chain and controls within the supply chain follow. This is not a theoretical treatise but rather a look at various operating environments that will change emphasis within supply chain. It looks at the balance between service levels and profitability.
This logically leads to issues such as inventory control and the alternative to holding stock and all the implications surrounding warehousing. Stores management is covered in considerable detail, giving current thinking on all aspects of storage of goods.
Next, Michael considers transport, including the issues surrounding exports and imports. This is, in itself, a valuable reference to current practice. Next covers physical distribution and concepts of channel formation, and this is a comprehensive treatment of current thinking. Finally, course also provides knowledge about e-business and the capture of information as a resource to be managed.
This course defines fundamental, underlying or pivot terminologies that regularly used by Supply chain management. There are several term / concepts introduced here: like as, SWOT and Gap Analysis, The Value Chain and Interlock Strategy, ILS Management Structure, Stockyards, Radio Frequency Identification, and Electronic Data Interchange etc. The trainee will be able to comprehend the significance and intent behind the key terminologies that are frequently employed. The course could be seen as an introduction to advance Supply chain management concepts.
- Developments in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management and Logistics.
- Strategic Purchasing Management.
- Purchasing Policy.
- Quality Management and Customer Service.
- Supply Chain Management.
- Managing the Supply Chain Function.
- Operating Environments.
- Provisioning and Inventory Control.
- Stores Management.
- Transport Management.
- Physical Distribution.
- E-Business: Why use EDI?
Who should take or profit for this course:
- Anybody Seeking UKQ certificate.
- Who interested in learning about supply chain Management.
- Anyone wanting to learn about Supply Chain.
- Anyone looking for a career change in the Supply Chain field.
- Anyone already in Supply Chain and looking for a quick refresher
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