Supply Chain Management
The course evaluates the importance of supply chain management in the way that modern supply chains operate and are managed, whether through teams, groups or individuals.
Key Sectors that would benefit:
Automotive, Facilities Management, Charities, Plastics and Chemicals, Technology, Construction, Defence and Aerospace, eCommerce, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Products, Energy, Food and Drink, Local Government, Logistics, Major Brands, NHS Healthcare, Paper and Packaging, Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing, Retail.
This highly focused 3-day course is designed for:experienced management practitioners who recognise the need to understand more about how supply chains workmanagers new to the supply chain function, who want to understand how relationships and stakeholders affect the way that supply chains operate and their implications for making changes.managers at all levels who have a responsibility for managing and influencing supply chain relationships
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
understand the concept of ‘end – to -end’ supply chainsdemonstrate knowledge of logistics operationscreate / design integrated supply chains using and applying best practice modelsplan and improve existing networksapply the skills of collaborative working and problem-solvinganalyse and evaluate the solutions appropriate to their own businessdevise and apply effective performance measures to maintain and improve the supply chain
Course Outline and Topics Covered:
Business / Customer ChallengesSupply & Distribution NetworksSupply Chain Integration and LocationsPerformance: Objectives & Planning MatrixDay 2:
Demand & CapacityDemand Planning & ManagementForecastingReconciling Demand & SupplyRisk ManagementDay 3:
Capacity / Inventory: Traditional, Lean / Just in Time (JIT)Supply Chain Management & PlanningGood Practices in Supply Chain Management: i) Resource Planning (Basic vs Integrated / Sales & Operational Planning (S&OP); ii) Communication & iii) Control (Customer Service as Interface); iv) Learning; v) Conflict managementSummary & Reflections
Provider: CP Training Consortium
CP Training Consortium - Procurement, Purchasing & Logistics Training Courses
Originally founded in 1996 to provide Contracting and Procurement training on an outsourced basis to Shell Group companies, CP Training Consortium now provides training for organisations from a wide range of industrial sectors, such as telecommunications, cement and utilities, as...
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