Supply Chain Management

Delivering International Standards in Supply Chain and Logistics
Supply Chain and Logistics is a management system of the industry which works behind the scenes in connecting suppliers, manufacturers, distributors to the end users in the markets by building a competitive infrastructure to leverage worldwide connectivity and synchronizing demand and supply. It is the systemic, strategic coordination of the traditional business functions and the tactics across these business functions within a particular company and across businesses within the supply chain, for the purposes of improving the long-term performance of the individual companies and industries as a whole. It is a complex organization of various business function which ensures the flow of goods, materials and services from the suppliers, manufacturers through distribution channels to the end consumers or corporations.

A recent spurt in e-commerce platforms and a surge in trade over internet has provided major boost to 3PL and 4PL providers and opportunities to support the industry connecting manufacturers with e-commerce portals; customers with providers online. 3PL and 4PL providers now have greater opportunity with the increase in online customers ordering everything right from groceries, apparels, automobiles to jewelry and food. An acute gap in supply of skilled resources in SCM and Logistics is felt in the Logistics industry. Global Industry giants and many new startups have hugely invested in development of Logistics. An excellent opportunity for students of Arts, Commerce, Pharma and Engineering backgrounds to take up the Supply Chain and Logistics as a profession with the job roles as Procurement Managers, Inventory Managers, Warehouse Managers and Logistics Manager. Logistics industry is hiring individuals and students with the skills set needed to execute operations. Generic academic education has so far been unable to address the skill requirements needed for the job roles in the logistics industry.

Supply Chain Management is an evolving industry with growing demand for certified professionals and provides a great opportunity for the students across regions in India. Students and professional may pursue these enterprising skills for career enhancement and professional growth.

Job Roles
SCM Sol. Manager
Procurement Manager
Purchase Officer
Inventory Manager
Inventory Controller
Warehouse Manager
Warehouse Supervisor
Loss Prevention Officer
Logistics Analyst
SCM Analyst
Operations Manager
Logistics Manager
Fleet Manager

Who can do this certification
Intermediate, 10+2
Any Graduate, Post Graduate of Arts, Commerce and Management Streams
Any Professionals, Technocrats, Industrialist, Traders, Merchants, Distributors, Dealers and Retailers

Course Duration
45 Class room Trainings

Certifications
PG Diploma in SCM - PECB (Professional Evaluation and Certification Board)
Advance Diploma in SCM - PECB (Professional Evaluation and Certification Board)
Certified Supply Chain Management Professional - NATION INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Course Content
Introduction
Introduction
Objectives
What is Management ?
The Core Functions Of Management
Planning
Organizing
Influencing
Controlling
What is SCM?
Understanding Business Ethics
Ethics in SCM

Procurement Management
Introduction
Definition
Procurement Cycle
Steps in Procurement Process
RFP (Request for Proposal)
ITB (Invitation To Bid)
ITT(Invitation To Tender)
Restricted Tendering
Vendor Assessment and Evaluation
Pre Qualifications of Bidders
Contract Negotiation, Finalization and Release
International Payment Terms
Vertical
Horizontal
International
Planning a Channel
Understanding Business Demography for Channel Planning
Channel Conflicts and Resolutions
Horizontal conflict
Vertical conflict
Case Study
Case Study of Best Practices in Supply Chain

Channel Management
Introduction
Supplier
Importance of Suppliers
Supplier Assessment
Supplier Selection
Distributor
Wholesaler
Retailer
Types of Channels
Integrated

Production & Operations Management
Production Management
Definition
Five Main P’S
Product
Plant
Processes
Programs
People
Layout and Design of a Manufacturing Unit
Types of layouts – Process , Product , Fixed Position , Combination
Location Analysis
Factors affecting Location of Production Unit
Planning
Scheduling
Controlling
Understanding What , Whom and How much to Produce
Batch Processing
Automated Processing
Packaging
Labeling
Purpose of Packaging
Classification and Coding
Marketing
Barcoding
RFID
Preparing for Dispatch

Logistics Management
TRANSPORTATION
PARTICIPANTS IN TRANSPORTATION
Modes of Transportation
Road Transports
LTL
FTL (Full Truck Load)
RAIL TRANSPORTS
Water ways
SPECIAL VESSELS
FLAT BARGE
GUARD SERVICE VESSEL FOR PATROLLING
SERVICE SUPPORT VESSEL
SEA / OCEAN SHIPPING
Some Terms of shipment
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
A CARGO SHIP
PIPELINE
AIR TRANSPORTS
MULTIMODAL
COSTS RELATED TO TRANSPORTATION

Reverse Logistics
Reverse Logistics
Definition
Four Cases of Reverse Logistics
Returns
Goods Having Manufacturing Defect
Returns Of Goods Which Are Under Warranty Period
Returns Of Goods Damaged In Transit
Goods Were Received In Surplus
Goods Are Not Compliant As Per Specific Standards
Goods Were Wrongly Dispatched And Not As Per The Order Placed
Repackaging
Recycling /Remanufacturing
Green Logistics
Refurbishing Goods

Warehouse Management
Warehouse Management
Role Of Warehouse In Supply Chain
Central Location
Value-Adding Operation
Warehouse Planning
Different Types Of Warehouses
Private Warehouse
Bonded Warehouse
Government Warehouse
Cold Storage Warehouse
Consolidation Warehouses
Break Bulk Warehouses
Ideal Warehouse Layout
Standard Dimensions
Construction Materials
Roofing:
The Flooring
The Warehouse Buildings
The Warehouse Site And Perimeter
Security Issues
Planning Warehouse Personnel
Warehouse Job Roles
Training Of Personnel
Warehouse Security Management
Handling And Storage Equipment
Specialized Storage Amenities
Fire Protection Measures And Equipment
Insurance
Costs Involved For Warehousing
Inventory Holding Cost
Demurrage Charges
Labor Charges
Risk Costs – Damage / Deterioration / Pilferage (Theft)
Inspection Charges
Warehouse Audit Charges
Pest Control
Functions Of Warehouse
Receiving Goods
Documentation
Valuation Of Goods
Inspection Of Goods
Warehouse Laboratory
Scientific Storage Of Agricultural Commodities And Grading/Sampling
Sampling From Rail Or Road Wagons, Lorries, Barges Or Ships.
Storage
Racking Systems
Stacking Systems
Stacking Materials
LIFO
FIFO

Inventory Management
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
MATERIALS HANDLING
DIFFERENT TYPES OF EQUIPMENTS ARE USED FOR LIFTING /LOADING /MOVING GOODS.
TYPES OF INVENTORY
RAW MATERIALS
WORKS-IN-PROGRESS
FINISHED Goods
MRO (Maintenance , Repairs and Operating) Supplies
MOVEMENT / TRANSIT INVENTORY
CYCLE INVENTORY / LOT SIZE
ANTICIPATION INVENTORY
BUFFER INVENTORY
JIT Inventory
COST OF INVENTORY
STOCK COUNTING
REPLENISHMENT
REORDER LEVEL
OPTIMUM INVENTORY LEVELS
EOQ FORMULA
STOCK CLASSIFICATION
HML Classification
VED Classification
SDE CLASSIFICATION
GOLF Classification
FSN CLASSIFICATION
SOS CLASSIFICATION

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