Certified International Supply Chain Professional

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Certified International Supply Chain Professional

This program offers the designation of CISCP (Certified International Supply Chain Professional, Entry Level) and CISCM (Certified International Supply Chain Manager, Advanced Level) to candidates who demonstrate their understanding of the fundamentals of the profession through the successful completion of rigorous professional certification examinations based upon the International Supply Chain Management Body Of Knowledge (ISCMBOK). The ISCMBOK is supported by distinct modules of study material for the CISCP and CISCM.  The CISCM has seven modules.


Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • Understanding Supply Chain
  • Understanding Supply Chain Management
  • What is Distribution Chanel
  • Demand Management
  • Distribution Management
  • Logistics Management

Relationship in Purchasing & Supply Chain Management

  • Types of Transportation – Domestic & International
  • Routing Decisions
  • Different Terms of Sales/Purchase
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Ability to Meet the Demand
  • Purchasing Management
  • The Four Procurement

Domestic and International Transportation Systems

  • Transportation Modes
  • Roles of Macroeconomic & Microeconomic
  • Changing Environment
  • International Logistics
  • Globalization and Business Competitiveness

Production Planning and Scheduling

  • Producing Goods & Services
  • Capital Intensity
  • Process Flexibility
  • Vertical Integration
  • Customer Involvement
  • Methodologies
  • Disposition for Managers

Inventory Management & Warehousing

  • Fundamental Purpose Of Maintaining Inventory
  • An Understanding Of The Benefits & Costs Of Inventory
  • An Examination Of The Tradeoffs Present Among Inventory, Customer Service & Other Functional Costs In Logistics
  • Rationing Methods & Inventory Performance Measurement

Physical Distribution Management

  • Components of Physical Distribution Management
  • Importance Of Outbound-to-customer Logistics
  • Supply Chain Management Systems
  • Types Of Forecasts
  • Difference Between Logistics & Marketing Channels
  • Marketing Channels

Logistics Structure and Productivity, Quality Management, Statistical Process Control, E-Commerce & Third Party Logistics

  • Relationship Between Supply Chain/Logistics Strategy
  • The Structure Of The Organization
  • Influence Of Organizational Structure On Supply Chain/Logistics Performance
  • Changing Appearance Of Logistics & Supply Chain Organizations Within The Firm
  • Methods Of Increasing The Productivity Of Supply Chain Management And Logistics Reconciliation Of Logistics Needs With Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
  • Quality Management
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Total Quality Management


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