intense TRAINING for supply chain certification 

Study the concepts required to integrate supply chain functions throughout your organization.

Supply Chain Management Jobs 
​- Integration Skills -

Virtual Boot Camp

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Learn how to integrate supply chain management functions to realize corporate goals by using strategic sourcing to support business units.

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Here's what you'll learn:

 Master the skills: required of procurement professionals to integrating supply chain functions.

 Focus on the most important knowledge: supply chain strategy, demand planning, forecasting, product & service development, quality management, logistics & materials management, project management

 Participate in an interactive boot camp: with surveys, quizzes, case studies, and workbooks. 

 17 Hours of Content for CEHs : 9 Hours of Live Webinar Presentations & 8 Hours of E-Learning Content 

 Training prepares you for Exam 2 : of the Certified Professional in Supply Management Certification from the Institute for Supply Management.

CPSM Learning System Included With All-Inclusive Offer

   Note: Limited Space Available  

Dr. Randall Mauldin, USMC (ret.), CPSM

Supply Chain Management Expert

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Learning Objectives Taught During Virtual Training...

    • Implement requirements planning to align supply management activities with organizational strategy
    • Implement operations planning, scheduling and inventory control processes to ensure optimum use of resources
    • Structure the supply chain in support of the organization’s business strategy
    • Incorporate the use of sales, inventory and capacity forecasts in the planning of materials production to better
    • meet strategic objectives and goals 
    • Conduct demand planning
    • Analyze and report on market conditions, benchmarks and industry trends to internal stakeholders
    • Develop supply forecasts in light of economic and technological trends
    • Plan and communicate sourcing and supply strategies based on forecasted data
    • Participate in new product or service development in support of marketing efforts
    • Participate in product-service ramp-up and/or ramp-down strategies and implementation 
    • Create systems and process improvements to help the organization meet sales goals
    • Develop and/or administer a supplier quality certification program
    • Develop measurements for quality improvement
    • Implement continuous improvement processes within the supply chain
    • Design transportation and distribution policies and procedures to ensure optimum flow of materials
    • Oversee the day-to-day operations of a warehousing function 
    • Coordinate and/or monitor the movement of equipment and assets within the organization
    • Develop financing strategies for purchases 
    • Perform project management activities

      During this training, we will focus on the most important skills you need in these areas: supply chain strategy, demand planning, forecasting, product and service development, quality management, logistics and materials management, and project management.

      The content from this training prepares you for Exam 2 of the Certified Professional in Supply Management Certification from the Institute for Supply Management.

      Things you need to know about our Virtual Training: 

      Important: Technology Requirements: 

      You must have the following:

      • Mic and speakers OR a headset.  For the best audio experience, a headset is preferable.

      In addition, for the most successful experience we strongly recommend:

      • Avoid using wireless internet network connections.  Wireless connections are inherently unstable and vulnerable to many factors outside the scope of our control.
      • Close down all major applications during virtual training
      • Recommended minimum bandwidth is 3 Mpbs.

      About The Instructor

      Randy has helped provided training to help 1000's of supply chain professionals use strategic sourcing as a capability to earn more profits from procurement functions. Learn more about Dr. Mauldin on LinkedIn