CPIM: BSCM Module

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APICS CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management)

A MAJOR STEPSTONE IN YOUR LOGISTICS CAREER !

  • Increase profitability by optimizing your organization’s inventory investment through better forecasting and inventory management techniques.
  • Streamline processes, reduce waste and enhance productivity through proven production scheduling and control methods.
  • Maximize customer satisfaction by delivering products and services when needed.
  • PICS Belgium accompanies you to a succesfull CPIM-certification : over 25 years of experience and more than 400 satisfied and certified participants !

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 BSCM Module: BASICS of SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (BSCM)

  • Explore the basic concepts in managing the flow of materials in a supply chain.
  • Topics include :
    • Introduction of Supply Chain Concepts.
    • Understanding basic businesswide concepts, including understanding various supply chain environments.
    • Managing demand, including markets and customer expectations.
    • Designing products, processes, and information systems.
    • Understanding supply issues including inventory costs, functions and metrics.

 

Timing:

18:30 – 21:30

Where?

Odisee Campus Brussels: Stormstraat 2 – 1000 Brussels

at 5 minutes walk from Central Station
Public car park ‘Grande Place‘ nearby

Tariff

BSCM module (5 sessions)  :

  • non PICS-members :
    • 1.095 € + 21% VAT
  • PICS-members :
    • 1.045 € + 21% VAT

CPIM Exam Training per module (2 sessions: session 3 and 5)

  • non PICS-members :
    • 465 € + 21% VAT
  • PICS-members :
    • 440 € + 21% VAT

Teacher

Prof. Dr Nico VANDAELE

Professor of Operations Research and Operations Management
Holder of the GSK Research Chair On Operations Management
Co-founder of Athlycs, a KULeuven spin-off

Language

Teaching language : English.
Course material (developed by APICS) : English.
Certification exams : English.

Contact

Tel +32 494/10 28 83
E-mail : info@picsbelgium.be

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