All you need to know about supply chains


Taking a holistic approach to operations management, the Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) now offers a CSCP program designed to increase knowledge and expertise in the field of global supply chain management.

This qualification extends beyond internal sales and operations planning and associated processes to encompass the entire supply chain.

The APICS CSCP program is a more strategic program than the CPIM. It teaches global supply chain management concepts – particularly focusing in on the areas of customer and supplier relationships, international trade, and the use of information technology to enable the supply chain and physical logistics.

The CSCP program is supported by print modules and web-based study tools, which include practice tests, flash cards and a glossary. The material is suitable for those preferring self study.

Apics also offers the program in an instructor-led format. This is recommended for students who prefer peer discussion and interaction, live instruction and a set schedule.

A free eligibility assessment is required to undertake this study.

Apply now and move your career to a new level.

Courses are offered by apics in Victoria and NSW. Contact apics in your state today.

Ph: 03 9328 4477


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