Business-Process-Improvement

 

Duration:  1 Year

Commences: September 2017

Cost:  *Members €1,162.50           Non-Members: €1,550.00

 

 

*Please Note
To qualify for ulearning Skillnet membership an employer must be a private sector company and must be either paying their employees fees directly or if employee is paying the fees themselves they must be being reimbursed by their employer. Companies who do not qualify under these criteria may still enrol on the course at the Non-Member rate by contacting ulearning Skillnet.

For further details please contact Sue on 061 363 418 or email info@ulearning.ie 

Power Up Your Management Potential

Based on the globally recognised body of knowledge in production and inventory management offered by APICS, this one-year certificate programme offers professionals the opportunity to develop a greater understanding of supply chain processes and the ability to evaluate inventory activities within an organisation’s global operations.

    For professionals who:

  • Have a minimum of two years of organisational experience and aspire to or currently hold their first supervisory or managerial position in supply chain or inventory management
  • Want to develop a range of practical skills and a deeper understanding of effective supply chain management
  • Seek a third-level qualification in management

    Participants learn to:

  • Leverage expanded functional knowledge of production and inventory management to maximise ROI on organisational systems and technology
  • Master the tools needed to effectively manage global supply chain activities
  • Apply the principles of ERP software to various critical functions within organisations
  • Earn customer satisfaction by delivering Lean/Just-in-Time products and services
  • Create consistency and foster collaboration using best practices, common terminology and corporate-wide communication

    Modules

    Autumn Semester:

  • PT4024 Introduction to Models & Frameworks for SCM
  • MG2041 Forcasting & Scheduling
  • MG2051 Supply & Demand Planning
  • MG2022 Case Study

    Spring Semester:

  • PT4021 Supply Chain Operations Management
  • MG3024 Strategic Management
  • IE2011 Industry Learning Project
  • PT4045 Skills Portfolio (SCM)
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