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Business Skills - State University of New York (USA)
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  • Duration 38 Hours
  • Skill level Beginner
  • Language English
Learning Outcomes
    Gain in-depth knowledge of supply chain management, including supply planning, production planning, inventory planning, capacity planning, and distribution planning.
    Learn to integrate operations, purchasing, and distribution efficiently.
    Develop skills to establish a cost-effective and competitive supply chain.
Course Description

A supply chain is the network of all the individuals, organizations, resources, activities, and technology involved in the creation and sale of a product. A supply chain encompasses everything from the delivery of source materials from the supplier to the manufacturer through to its eventual delivery to the end user. This course gives you an in-depth understanding of five areas of supply chain management, namely, supply planning, production planning, inventory planning, capacity planning, and distribution planning. The course also provides skills in integration, operations, purchasing, and distribution, the four elements of the supply chain that work together to establish a path to competition that is both cost-effective and competitive.

For Whom:

This course is ideal for:

  • Business leaders aiming to optimize their supply chains.

  • Supply chain managers seeking to enhance their skills.

  • Professionals looking to drive efficiency in their organizations' logistics and operations.



Course Content:

The comprehensive curriculum includes:

  • Supply Planning

  • Production Planning

  • Inventory Planning

  • Capacity Planning

  • Distribution Planning


Special Opportunities:

Collaborate with Get Set Go World for global networking and additional resources. Eligible students can benefit from a special scholarship provided by the National Education Foundation (NEF), making this opportunity accessible.

Enroll in the Certificate Course in Supply Chain Management at the State University of New York today and master the skills needed to optimize and lead efficient supply chains.


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