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Day Long Training on Integrated Supply Chain Management

Who would be attending:- 1. Persons are willing to start a carrier as a Supply Chain Professional. 2. Executives/Owners already working on SCM executive 3. Educated unemployed youths planning to become an entrepreneur. 4. Franchise operators. 5. Working executives planning to switch over to own business. 6. Job Seekers/Fresh Graduate is willing to start his/her carrier

Course at A Glance

  Date : 27-09-2019
  No. of Classes/ Sessions : 01
    Total Hours : 08 Hours
  Last Date of Registration :20-09-2019
   Class Schedule :10:00 am to 05:00 pm

Price: TK. 2500/- (Excluding VAT & TAX)

Early Bird in ( 20-09-19) – 20% Discount


Who would be attending:-

1.   Persons are willing to start the carrier as a Supply Chain Professional.
2.   Executives/Owners already working on SCM  executive
3.   Educated unemployed youths planning to become an entrepreneur.
4.   Franchise operators.
5.   Working executives planning to switch over to own business.
6.   Job Seekers/Fresh Graduate is willing to start his/her carrier

 Training Outcomes:-

After successful completion of the workshop, the participants will be able to:
1. Familiar with various elements of SCM(Supply  Chain Management )   
2. Have a throughout knowledge of starting & setting up a new business of product/service.
3. Develop a Procurement Plan.
4. Decide whether to go for Franchise outlet.
5. Learn productions  & marketing elements of SCM

1st Half

Introduction:
Overview of Supply Chain management
Different between procurement Vs Supply
Current Global Business Scenario
Integrated Supply Chain Management
Objective & Overview of Supply Chain
Cycle view of Supply Chain
Push Vs Pull Strategy
Fundamentals of Supply Chain:
SCM practice of Deli Corporation
Strategic fit of SCM
Efficient SCM Vs Responsive SCM
SCM strategy & Product Life Cycle
Drivers of SCM

Planning:
Demand Forecasting
Methods of Demand Forecasting
Bullwhip effect
Sales & operational planning (S&OP)


Sourcing & Procurement:
In-house or Outsource
Steps of Sourcing & Procurement
Global tools on sourcing Management
Competitive Statement of Bids (CSB)
Total Cost of Ownership
Seasonal effect of sourcing
Negotiation in sourcing
Vender Management in SCM
Sourcing group management in SCM


Manufacturing:
Basic of LC Management
Master Production Schedule (MPS)
The example between Value analysis and Value engineering
Materials Requirement Planning (MRP)
Bill of Materials (BOM)
Lean Six Sigma & Green SCM
Theory of Constraints (TOC)

2nd  Half

Inventory Management:
Role of Inventory
Inventory Holding Cost
Inventory Ordering Cost
Economic Order Quantity (EOQ)
Inventory Control System
ABC Analysis
Logistic & Information System:
Logistic Vs Distribution
Distribution Network Design
Warehouse Management
Difference between Store and Stock
Difference between Stock and inventory
What is the Aims and Objectives of warehouse management?
Transportation in SCM
Information in the SCM process
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Supply Chain:
Value Chain Vs Supply Chain
Supply Chain Vs Marketing
Collaboration with SCM partners
Challenges of an SCM leader
Key skills of a Supply Chain Leader
 

Training Methodology:

Describe, Presentation, Question and Answer Session
 
Extra Facility:
Arrangement tea, Snacks would be made by the Organizer during the Training Session. The certificate will be provided.

 

Organized By: Bangladesh Professional Skills Training Institute (BPSTI)
Phone: 31=717050, Mob: 01751744130, 01712-910325
Web: www.bpsti.com Email: info@bpsti.com

 

Tentative Class Start

27-09-2019

Training Venue

KN Tower (8th Floor), Badamtali Circle, Agrabad C/A, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

Available Seat

0 / 20

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Who Can Join

Prerequisites

1. Persons are willing to start the carrier as a Supply Chain Professional. 2. Executives/Owners already working on SCM executive 3. Educated unemployed youths planning to become an entrepreneur. 4. Franchise operators. 5. Working executive

Meet the Instructor


A F M Sadequl Islam

A F M Sadequl Islam