Courses & Enrolments

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Production and
Inventory Management

Logistics, Transportation and Distribution

Supply Chain
Professional

SCOR-P
Framework

Principles Of Operations Management

Supply Chain Organisations are Data Driven

Dozens of metrics are critical to the success of your Supply Chain

If you or your team is responsible for improving any of the metrics listed below, you should be considering a CPIM, CLTD, CSCP or SCOR-P course.

Delivery Performance

Fill Rates

Perfect Order Fulfillment

Order Fulfillment Cycle Time

Cash-to-Cash Cycle Time

Inventory Days of Supply

Asset Turn

Inventory Turns

Revenue Growth

Cost of Goods Sold

Supply Chain Flexibility

Supply Chain Adaptability

Supply Chain Risk Management

Supply Chain Management Costs

Return on Supply Chain Fixed Assets

Who should pursue APICS Certifications?

Professionals who need to expand their knowledge of production, inventory management, supply chain, operations, logistics, distributions and transportation management will benefit from the CPIM, CSCP and CLTD programmes.

Our courses are ideal for individuals working in:

Production Management

Inventory Management

Operations

Supply Chain Management

Strategic Sourcing

Procurement

Purchasing

Materials Management

Warehousing

Distribution

Finance

Demand or Supply Planning

Cost Accounting

IS / BA

ERP Users

Manufacturing Information Systems

Which course is right for you?

Our courses are designed to provide you understanding of supply chain complexities and acquire the ‘body of knowledge’ to deliver a sustainable,
efficient and profitable supply chain.

Whether you are new to supply chain or have been in the industry for 3-5 years or even an expert looking to expand their body of knowledge,Our
certification programmes gives you the knowledge and expertise and fluency in supply chain frameworks and trends to help you move up in the industry.

APICS Certification Relationship

Our programmes are aimed at supply chain professionals
either with operational, tactical or strategic roles. An end-to-end supply chain based on a ‘SCOR-P’, highlighting the relationship between our certification programmes to roles and responsibilities.

Certification and Endorsements Comparison

The different APICS certifications you can acquire from our programmes.

Designation NameCPIMCSCPCLTDSCOR-P
Designation TypeCertificationCertificationCertificationEndorsement
Program OverviewProvides candidates with the ability to understand and evaluate production and inventory activities within a company's
global operations.
Helps candidates demonstrate their knowledge and organizational skills for developing more streamlined operations across the extended supply chain.Provides, candidates with the ability to understand and evaluate logistics, transportation and distribution activities, within a company’s global operations.Enables candidates to learn techniques for managing and measuring the
performance of a global supply chain utilizing the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model
Area of contentCPIM focuses on the mastery of an organization’s internal operations and provides an in-depth understanding of materials management, master scheduling, forecasting, production planning and provides the knowledge to apply this information across the extended supply chain.CSCP focuses on the mastery of the extended supply chain, from organizations’ suppliers through to the end customers. The CSCP designation validates professional understanding of supply chain management and the integration of operations across the extended supply chain.CLTD focuses on the mastery of the essential knowledge needed for the logistics, transportation and distribution industry. The CLTD designation expands candidates outlook on the logistics field and enables them to bring new ideas to their organization.Candidates learn the major process components (Plan, Make, Source, Deliver, Return and Enable) for managing and measuring the performance of a global supply chain by implementing the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model.
Most suitable areasProduction and inventory management
Operations
Supply chain management
Procurement
Materials management
Purchasing
Planning
Supply chain design
Supplier management
Transportation
Supply chain management
Distribution channels
3PL
4PL
Customer management
Logistics
Services
Transportation
Government & Military
Distribution channels
Consulting
3PL
4PL
Production management
Operations
Supply chain management
Procurement
Materials management
Inventory management