CIWIM Certified International Warehouse and Inventory Manager

The program provides a clear-cut understanding of the assets, operations, processes and management strategies involved in creating efficient warehouse and inventory functions as part of a global supply chain.

$2,190.00

Location: Live Virtual

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  • Course Overview

    The program provides a clear-cut understanding of the assets, operations, processes and management strategies involved in creating efficient warehouse and inventory functions as part of a global supply chain. Five detailed modules provide in-depth knowledge and explain the key issues, with comprehensive descriptions, case studies and illustrations to provide guidance on critical concepts. Traditional distribution channels are indeed changing. As organizations move from mass production and mass distribution to mass customization, creative approaches are needed in the management of warehousing, inventory and distribution.

  • Benefits of Attending
    • Improve The Role of the Warehouse in the Modern Supply Chain
    • Identify Factors Determining the Location and Number of Warehouses & Warehouse Design
    • Utilize Warehouse Technology
    • Define Warehouse Costs
    • Optimization Warehouse Mechanical Handling Equipment and Automation
    • Understand the Future of Outsourcing
    • Relate Warehouse and Environment
    • Improve Inventory Management and Control
    • Conduct Demand Forecasting
    • Setting the Inventory Management Parameters
    • Know Stock Control, Verification and Reporting
    • The Role of the Warehouse manager
    • Set Resource Planning and Performance Management
    • Warehouse Health and Safety
  • Who Should Attend
    • Warehouse Managers & Personnel
    • Inventory Managers/Supervisors
    • Plant Managers
    • Materials Managers
    • Distribution Managers
    • Logistics Managers & Personnel
    • Procurement Managers
    • Shipping Supervisors
    • Stores Personnel
    • Inventory Managers/Supervisors
    • Inventory Clerks
    • Purchasing Managers & Staff
    • Business Owners, Buyers,
    • Data Processing Personnel
    • Supply Chain Personnel
    • Inventory Control Planners
    • Production Planner
    • Expeditors
    • Freight Forwarders
    • Supervisory Executives in Warehouse & Distribution Functions

    PLUS anyone who is responsible for or involved in: Warehousing, Inventory Management, Transportation or anticipates being involved on any of the above or related fields.

  • Certification Body

     

    IPSCMI, The International Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Institute, is a prestigious and leading professional institute offering purchasing and supply chain management certifications throughout the world in all modes of instruction, including conventional public seminars, online courses, in-house seminars and other distance learning modes. IPSCMI is the “brainchild” of Dr. LeRoy Graw, who created a predecessor organization with the same mission and scope of operations in 1989 called the “National Contract Service Corporation” (NCSC). NCSC ceased its operations in 1999 when Dr. Graw shifted his business focus from the US to Asia. Because of its similar business scope, IPSCMI is in fact “the son of NCSC”.

    IPSCMI is a premier professional certification institute well-known in the United States and the world. IPSCMI launched its supply chain certifications of Certified International Supply Chain Professional (CISCP) and Certified International Supply Chain Manager (CISCM) in 2004, which are the first professional supply chain management certifications in the world.

    IPSCMI’s purchasing and supply chain management courses and programs are provided around the world by a complete network of alliance partners which contract with IPSCMI for collaboration in conducting the IPSCMI programs. Training courses are usually joint IPSCMI/alliance partner efforts, in order to deliver quality programs catering to the needs of the diverse student clientele. Instructors, whether they are provided by IPSCMI or the alliance partner, must be certified in the discipline they teach. In Asia and the Middle East, every effort is made to find qualified local instructors, who can teach the curricula in the local native language, without the need for interpretation. When American or other non-native instructors are used, a local interpreter with intensive background/knowledge of purchasing and supply chain management acts as a “second instructor” for those students without complete English facility.
    IPSCMI has established alliance partner relationships with more than 50 distinguished organizations worldwide. Value provided in IPSCMI training and certification programs is higher than competitors because of higher quality and lower prices. We have certified more than 60000 students from 62 countries worldwide so far.

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