Our range of courses in Supply Chain Management have been designed by world class subject matter experts who understand the real requirements of what is needed in an organization.
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
In any business or organization, all functions are interlinked and connected to each other and are often overlapping. Some key aspects like supply chain management, warehousing and inventory form the backbone of the business delivery function making these functions extremely important to marketing as well as finance.
The warehouse is a key component of the supply chain in emergencies. It buffers uncertainties and breakdowns that may occur in the supply chain. When properly managed and appropriately stocked a warehouse provides a consistent supply of material when it is needed.
Inventory management is a very important function that determines the health of the supply chain as well as the impacts the financial health of the balance sheet. Inventory management is always dynamic requiring constant and careful evaluation of external and internal factors and control through planning and review.
Why this Course?
This program is designed to provide you with a detailed look at warehousing and inventory logistics, both in terms of today’s supply chain and in the demand flow management process, so you can know how to make the most of this powerful tool to enhance your organisation’s profitability. You will have the opportunity to explore a variety of warehousing and inventory management areas, extrapolate their logistics meanings, and apply the techniques needed to make it all work for your organization.
This program is targeted to give candidates the necessary competences to successfully manage warehousing and inventory and will cover the following topics:
- Definition of warehousing and inventory and their place within other functions of a business
- Identification of inventory management policies and objectives
- Overview of the contemporary procedures for warehousing and inventory
- identification of types of inventories
- learning and practicing the most widely spread and effective techniques for warehousing and inventory Management
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Develop a business perspective of inventory management and control
- Enhance his/her professional portfolio of technical skills by mastering the major concepts, terms, definitions, tools and techniques that make up an inventory system.
- Understand how inventory management is applied in various environments
Enjoyed the course, especially some of the content which was technical and really relevant to the level of or interests of the delegates.
The presenter was knowledgeable about the topics, well prepared for the sessions, enthusiastic and interested.
The objectives for each topic were identified and followed. This will enable me to apply the knowledge I gained. Plus, participation and interaction were encouraged.
Enjoyed the general knowledge being passed and relating the course to our own personal financial situation and how we can use these policies for personal gain.
The training presenter was well prepared for the session, enthusiastic and interested. Plus the material was well organised.
A very enjoyable course with lots of current anecdotes to illustrate the course material.
The objectives for each topic were identified and followed. Shared experience – relevant to every day. Very good coverage and really enjoyed being at the event.
The presenter was well prepared, and answered the questions in a complete and clear manner. The objectives for each topic were identified and followed.
I enjoyed all aspect of the course content due to their inter-relatedness, plus the presenter was very knowledgeable and experienced.
The course was refreshing to reflect on key areas of Human Resource and measure where my organisation is in relation to the topics covered.
Enjoyed the interactions, different perspectives offered and the opportunity to open the thoughts of strategic HR Metrics and Analytics thinking.
The training met my expectations. The course objectives and content for each topic were identified, followed, organised and easy to follow.