Logistics and Supply Chain Management

You’ll develop the cultural awareness and critical thinking skills you need to analyze and produce a broad range of discourse in a full spectrum of careers — and to make a difference in whatever you do.

Course Description:

This course prepares students for employment in the field of Logistics and Supply Chain
Management. Logistics and Supply Chain Management focuses on efficiently managing systems
of people, resources, information that deal with the movement of a product or service from
supplier to customer. Logistics entails planning and organizing the whole moving process.
Students participating in this Course topics will learn supply chain management, detailed
scheduling and planning, material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning,
inventory management, supplier planning, procurement, operations execution and control,
production processes, quality incentives, inventory control, planning of resources, forecasting and
scheduling, strategic management of resources, and integrating operating processes into the
strategic plan. The aim is to optimize the logistics and supply chain in the most cost-effective way,
helping companies to build a competitive edge.

Course Outline:

Course Outline:  
Keyboarding  
Microsoft Windows  
Microsoft Word Level 1 and Level 2  
Microsoft Excel Level 1 and Level 2  
Microsoft Outlook  
Microsoft PowerPoint  
Fundamentals of Contract Law & Administration  
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)  
Negotiations and Supplier Management  
Inventory Control & Material Management  
Supply Chain Planning & Operations Management  
Logistics and Transportation  
Security, Compliance & Loss Prevention  
Customs Issues and Procedure  
International Transportation and Trade  
Essential of Freight Forwarding  
Office Procedure  
Interpersonal Skills  
Customer Service  
Business Communication  
Practicum  

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course student will be able to:

  • Deal with sourcing raw materials and components required by companies to manufacture
    their products.
  • Understand market needs, planning methods, and controlling supply flows.
  • Design supply chain networks as well as financial and information flows.
  • Use fundamental models to make trade-offs between forecasting, inventory, and
    transportation.
  • Understand how global supply chains and national and international markets function.
  • Understand about e-commerce and find ways to use this knowledge for strategic sourcing.
  • In-depth understanding of procurement, warehousing, stores management, transportation
    and shipping, inventory planning and contract management.

Certification Opportunities:

Our Logistics and Supply Chain Management program offers the following professional certifications that are completed in-house:


International Transportation and Trade
International Transportation and Trade, introduces the student to air, ocean, truck and rail transportation and to the world geography over which goods move. Incoterms ®2010 outlines the transfer of cost and risk between the seller and buyer. Certificates of completion are provided to students completing International Freight Forwarding Courses. CIFFA International Freight Forwarding Courses are accredited by FIATA and CSCSC.


Essential of Freight Forwarding
Understanding how buyers and sellers manage risk with a variety of international payments, cargo insurance, properly completed commercial documents and export packaging leads students to where they can offer professional costing and quoting and alternative solutions to their clients. Certificates of completion are provided to students completing International Freight Forwarding Courses. CIFFA International Freight Forwarding Courses are accredited by FIATA and CSCSC

Career Opportunities

There are supply chain functions and sub-functions in almost all sectors of the Canadian economy. Graduates of the Logistics and Supply Chain Management program will qualify for specialized positions such as
Freight forwarding logistician
Freight forwarding supervisor
Freight forwarding technician
Inventory clerk supervisor
Inventory control supervisor
Logistics supervisor – transportation
Manufacturing orders clerk supervisor
Material clerk supervisor
Material control coordinator
Shipping and receiving supervisor
Shipping clerk supervisor
Shipping coordinator
Shipping supervisor
Stock clerk supervisor
Stock control supervisor
Supply and receiving supervisor
Supply chain supervisor
Supply control coordinator

 

Course Duration:52 Weeks ( 1300 Hours )

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