The CISCP-CISCM course is designed for logistics and supply chain professionals who want to grow into a senior management level. The course will mostly focus on the strategic aspects of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. It is a two-step qualification specially designed to carve out top-notch careers. A prestigious qualification recognized all over the world, logistics and supply chain professionals learn new skills and innovations necessary to deal with modern Supply chain, logistics, procurement, warehouse management, shipping, production, and distribution methods.
“This dual certification helps managers to make a smooth transition to the Senior Management Team, and thus carve a niche for themselves in the trillion-dollar industry of global logistics.
This certification will help managers see their career graph take off and reach greater heights. “
The average supply chain management salary in the USA is $81,439 per annum.
course for you?
Course is best suited for:
➤ Security managers/consultants
➤ IT professionals/managers
➤ Security system engineers
➤ IT consultants & Risk personnel
To become a CISCM certified professional or to opt for this CISCM course, you need to fulfil some criteria, including – A completed application submitted within five years from the date of initially passing the examination (you must ensure that all experience is independently verified by employers).
The experience must have been gained within the 10-year period preceding the application date for certification or within five years of passing the examination. Three of the five years of work experience must be gained in the role of an information security manager (it must be broad and gained in three of the four CISCM domains)
Fundamental principles of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Evolution of Supply Chain
- Logistics and Supply Chain
- Objectives of Supply Chain Management
- Stakeholders in a Supply Chain
- Challenges in Supply Chain Management
Demand Planning and Forecasting
- Dependent and Independent demand systems
- MRP, MRP-II, ERP
- Demand planning
- Demand patterns – random, trend and seasonality components
- Qualitative and quantitative forecasting techniques
- Accuracy of Forecasting models
Procurement in Supply Chain
- The Procurement Process
- Principles of procurement
- Objectives of procurement
- The Sourcing processes
- Total Cost of Ownership
Transportation Planning and Management
- The role of transportation in Supply Chain
- Modes of transportation
- Hybrid modes
- Transportation cost optimization
- Freight forwarding
- Warehouse design and layout
- Material handling equipment
- Warehouse functions
- Distribution centers and cross docking
- Automation in warehousing
- Fundamentals of Inventory Management
- Types of Inventories
- Costs Associated with Inventory
- Economic Order Quantity (EOQ)
- Selective Inventory Control Techniques like ABC, VED, FSN etc.
- Inventory costing techniques – FIFO, LIFO, Weighted Average etc.
- International trade
- Role of the International Chamber of Commerce
- INCOTERMS 2020
- The connotation of each INCOTERMS rule
- Multimodal versus Sea/Inland Waterway Incoterms
Trade Payments Methods
- International trade payments
- Clean Payments
- Documentary Payments
- UCP 600 and Letter of Credit
- LC opening and working cycles
- Types of LC
- Trade documents – Bill of Exchange, Commercial Invoice, Bill of Lading etc.
Supply Chain Strategies
- Supply chain design
- Supply Chain strategies and their impact
- Supply chain and competitiveness
- Lean versus Agile Supply Chains
- Supply Chain outsourcing
Managing Partnerships in Supply Chain
- Supply Chain Coordination
- Bullwhip Effect
- Vendor Managed Inventories
- Just-in-time and Kanban
- Quick Response
- Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR)
Risk Management in Supply Chain
- Impacts of Supply Chain disruption
- Risks associated with Supply Chain
- Classification of risks
- Risk assessment
- Risk management
Sustainability in Supply Chain
- Concept of Sustainability
- Understanding Triple Bottom Line
- Green Supply Chain
- Reverse Logistics in Supply Chain
- Sustainable Supply Chain
Supply Chain Excellence
- Basic concepts of Quality
- Cost of Quality
- Kaizen and 5S
- Six Sigma
Emerging Technology and Supply Chain
- Future trends in Supply Chain Management
- Block Chain
- Big data
- Artificial Intelligence
- Internet of Things
- Machine Learning
Commonly Asked Questions
What are the pre-requisites for CISCM/CISCP program?
To become a CISM certified professional, you need to fulfill the following criteria:
• A completed application must be submitted within 5 years from the date of initially passing the examination.
• All experience must be verified independently with employers.
• This experience must have been gained within the 10-year period preceding the application date for certification or within five years of passing the examination.
• Three (3) years of the five (5) years of work experience must be gained performing the role of an information security manager
• In addition, this work experience must be broad and gained in three (3) of the four (4) CISCM® domains
Does the participant get a certificate after completion of course?
CHOOLS is accredited by international institutions, we offer skills-based courses taught by experts in their field, and every paid course features a certificate of completion to document your accomplishment.
Who will be our trainer?
Our trainers come from various industry backgrounds and experience who are sure to deliver hands-on training.
Our instructors understand the roles and responsibilities of training techniques, they plan to meet the needs of learners, deliver and assess learners and use resources for education and training, as well as an extensive range of their practical experience.
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