COUNCIL OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS (CSCMP) AT LOMBARD, ILLINOIS
SCM WORKSHOPS & ONLINE TRAINING WITH THE PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is the preeminent worldwide professional association of Supply Chain Management professionals. The CSCMP is a non-profit association that provides leadership in the development, design and improvement in occupations that deal with logistics and management of supply chains. CSCMP exists to provide opportunities for supply chain professionals to communicate in order to develop and improve their supply chain management skills; identify and conduct research which adds to the knowledge base of supply chain theory and practice; and create awareness of the significance of supply chain to business and to the economy.
CSCMP’s leadership role has been in providing unbiased and neutral professional education to individuals and corporations for over 40 years. This expertise is supported by the ability to provide world-class instructors from the ranks of our over 9,000 global members and from longstanding relationships with leading practitioners and the education community.
You can learn the latest supply chain trends and solutions when you attend CSCMP events. Choose from a variety of conferences, workshops, and seminars that focus on strategy, processes, fundamentals, and supply chain best practices. In addition, CSCMP event faculty is the best in the business. You will learn from supply chain experts who have had hands on experience with some of the most successful companies in the world.
- Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management: Understanding key supply chain principles is crucial to your company's success and productivity. “Fundamentals” is an introductory, two-day, interactive workshop covering all aspects of the supply chain from how to choose a facility location to how to manage your workers.
- Strategic Supply Chain Management: This workshop will enforce the list of value propositions that supply chain excellence can deliver, in terms any professional can understand. You’ll work in groups to examine case studies and exercises, exploring the breadth of supply chain and its relevance to the overall business. The sessions are highly interactive, and you’ll hear specific real world examples from recognized experts in the field. Instructors will also answer your questions about specific industries or geographic issues.
- Supply Chain Management Essentials: Supply Chain Management Essentials (SCME) is an innovative online course that covers the fundamentals of supply chain management. SCME provides insight into supply chain planning, processes, and global operations via discussion, animation, and industry video clips. SCME is presented in three modules. Each module contains a set of four video episodes and related presentation materials, a recommended reading list, and a brief case study. Each episode delves into the essential concepts, current issues, and industry applications of a critical supply chain topic.
- RFID Essentials: RFID Essentials is an innovative, online learning tool designed to address the needs of end-user companies. You will be prepared to identify the highest potential RFID applications in your enterprise, choose the right RFID architecture for an application, talk knowledgeably with vendors, and plan an effective pilot. Your enterprise can shave months off a pilot or implementation by getting the entire project team up to speed early in the planning phase. Developed in collaboration with three top industry experts, this self-paced, eight-hour resource provides you with the confidence and readiness to advance your organization's RFID initiative.
- Supply Chain Risk Mitigation Certification: Supply Chain Risk Mitigation is an introductory class designed to give you a complete understanding of the inter-dependant functions of supply chain management with an emphasis on operating in today’s global environment. Supply Chain Risk Mitigation Certification is issued by The International Consortium for Organizational Resilience and recognized by The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. Successful completion of the Supply Chain Risk Mitigation course requirements and passing the exam with an 80% or higher earns students a Certificate as a Supply Chain Risk Associate (SCRA), the first in a series of 4 supply chain risk management certificates. This certificate is accredited by ANSI – the American National Standards Institute.
- Supply Chain Quick Courses: CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quick Courses allow you to learn core supply chain topics online, at your own pace, and when it’s convenient for you. The courses are designed by carefully selected faculty for entry to mid-level professionals. Topics include: Demand Management; Financial Fundamentals for the Supply Chain; Inventory Management; Materials Requirements Planning; Operations Environments; Performance Measurements; Physical Distribution Systems - Part One & Part Two; Quality: An Introduction; Sales and Operations Planning; and Supply Management: Master Planning & Capacity Management (Parts One and Two).
- CSCMP University Courses: You can choose from 22 different course bundles (ranging from 9-18 courses within each bundle), depending on your area of responsibility. These are great education tools for supply chain professionals. Choose the bundle that is right for you or anyone in your organization. You have six months to complete the courses, after which you receive a CSCMP Certificate of Completion.
- Six Sigma Methodologies: Since 2005 this program has saved twenty companies over 5.1 million US dollars by improving their processes through the Six Sigma Methodology. This e-learning and classroom Black Belt curriculum, including the online lectures, slides, and demonstrations, has been used throughout the United States in academic institutions and private and public companies alike. This material is proven to ensure that you thoroughly learn and be able to apply the Six Sigma tools. The online training portion is self paced which allows you to review material at your own pace. You can also attend four optional classroom days at Syracuse University, coinciding with the Define/Measure phase, the Analyze phase, the Improve phase, and finally the Control phase.