CPIM Parts 1 & 2

CPIM | Certified in Production & Inventory Management (Part 2)

UPCOMING COURSE: Instructor Supported Learning System

Registration Deadline: January 26th, 2018                                                   Course Begins: February 2nd, 2018

Certificate in Production & Inventory Management (CPIM)
The CPIM was launched by APICS in 1973 to provide a common basis for individuals to assess their knowledge in the evolving field of materials management. Since then, APICS certification has become recognised around the world as a standard of professional competence in Supply Chain Management.

The CPIM program is currently divided into five modules, each covering specific, in depth aspects of production and inventory management. A candidate earns the CPIM designation after passing exams for all five modules.

The program encompasses the design, operation, and control of systems for the manufacture and distribution of products and services.

Subjects include:

Master Planning of Resources (MPR): Developing and validating a plan of supply, Identifying, quantifying and assessing demand, Developing and validating the master schedule.

Detailed Scheduling and Planning (DSP): Planning material requirements to support the master schedule, Planning operations to support the priority plan, Planning procurement and external sources of supply.

Execution and Control of Operations (ECO): Prioritizing and sequencing work to be performed, Executing plans, implementing physical controls, and reporting results of activities performed, Evaluating performance and providing feedback.

Strategic Management of Resources (SMR): Aligning the resources with the strategic plan, Configuring and integrating the operating processes to support the strategic plan, Managing projects and implementing changes.

 CPIM | Certified in Production and Inventory Management Distance Learning, Please Purchase Part (2) below:

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