CSCP Details

The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional brings your company’s entire end-to-end supply chain into perspective. From manufacturing companies to service providers, supply chain effectiveness in the global economy is increasingly critical for business and professional success. Customer expectations are high – with the APICS CSCP, you can ensure that your company not only meets them, but exceeds them.

CSCP - Certified Supply Chain Professional
Dates: January 6, 20, 27, February 3, 10, 24
Saturday's 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Florham Park Campus
Cost: $2,390 APICS Member; $2,690 Non APICS Member
REGISTER HERE: NOTE - IF YOU ARE AN APICS MEMBER FROM ANOTHER CHAPTER, YOU MUST REGISTER AS A GUEST. THANK YOU.

WHO SHOULD PURSUE CSCP?

  • Professionals and leaders who want an improved view of strategic Supply Chain Management with a global view
  • Leaders looking to improve lead time, working capital, productivity and the bottom line
  • Innovators seeking to make step- change improvements in their chain strategies and effectiveness
  • Anyone looking to move forward in their careers and improve their competitiveness.
  • Recertification points are given towards maintaining CPIM and CRIM certifications. 40 points are awarded for completing the education classes, and an additional 20 for passing the test.

 

CSCP Learning Modules

MODULE 1
APICS Supply Chain Management Fundamentals

  • Broad concepts include primary processes, objectives, logistics, integration methods, and rewards
  • Alignment of supply chain with corporate strategies
  • Key considerations for planning, inventory control, and continued improvement
  • Identification and management of market segments
  • Demand forecasting and effective management techniques
  • Effective customer relationship management (CRM)

 

MODULE 2
Supply Chain Strategy, Design, and Compliance

  • Sustainability practices in design and operation
  • Measurement, responsiveness, operations, and communications
  • Risk, its sources, impacts, and mitigation methods
  • Globally dispersed supply and demand, and the effects on logistics
  • Factors influencing demand, including design, marketing, selling, and matching customer orders
  • Core Customer Relationship Management (CRM) concepts, including strategies, technologies, and implementation challenges
  • Fundamentals of supplier relationship management (SRM), including strategies, improved source management, relevant technologies, and measurement
  • Inventory planning and control methods

 

MODULE 3
Implementation and Operations

  • Supply chain dynamics and the balance of responsiveness and efficiency
  • Managing supply from internal and external sources
  • Implementation of demand plans, including prioritization, fulfillment, and capturing and communicating point-of-sale data
  • Tools and techniques to support continuous improvement
  • You receive the APICS CSCP Learning System that not only prepares you for the exam, but a guide for on-going Supply Chain implementations and continuous improvement projects.