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APICS Trainings
Total Results: 6

Intended to support professionals engaged in supply chain transformation intending to sit for the APICS CTSC certification exam, the course is designed to build ones’ knowledge of, and ability to apply the supply chain transformation body of knowledge to evolve, adapt, and transform their supply chains.

Is a 54-hour course designed for people preparing to take the APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) certification exam. Explores essential knowledge needed for the logistics, transportation and distribution industry. A review of the scope of the exam, a practice examination, test-taking tips, and registration information are provided.

Introduces concepts for planning and controlling flow of products and services into, through, and out of an organization. Explains fundamental relationships among activities that occur in the supply chain network from suppliers to customers. The concepts apply to both manufacturing and service organizations. Aids and supports APICS certification exam preparation.

Introduces, explores, and applies concepts, strategies, processes, tools, and technologies applied to managing the end-to-end flow of materials, information, and value in a supply chain. Supply Chain Design, Planning and Execution, and Best Practices are covered. This course supports individuals preparing for APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certification exam.

The Demand Driven Planner (DDP)™ certification preparatory class is designed for planning, purchasing and supply chain personnel responsible for implementing and maintaining a DDMRP implementation. Demand Driven Planner program is comprised of 13 modules of in-depth DDMRP education. The DDP™ Program is THE official preparatory course for the Demand Driven Institutes' Demand Driven Planner Professional (DDPP) Certification test.

Focuses on basic human relations training in communication including the communication process, demonstrating one-way/two-way communications, overcoming barriers to communication, listening and body language to achieve results that drive business goals and objectives.