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CPIM Certified in Production and Inventory Management

Certified in Production and Inventory Management
Pricing

The investment includes participant materials, breakfast/lunch each day of class and the instructor led classroom time.
Note it does not include the module exam.

The investment for the program is:
Part 1 – $1000/Plus member and $1100/Core or non-member
Part 2 – $1500/Plus member and $1600/Core or non-member

Part 1 Bundle – $1,400
Part 2 Bundle – $1,850

Curriculum

Candidates must pass two CPIM exams in order to earn their certification.

PART I
Basics of Supply Chain Management: BSCM covers basic concepts in managing the complete flow of materials in a supply chain. In the BSCM, you get a complete overview of material flow, from internal and external suppliers, to internal and external customers. APICS recommends taking BSCM before taking the process modules.

PART II
Master Planning of Resources: MPR candidates explore processes used to develop sales and operations plans, identify and assess internal and external demand and forecasting requirements. The course focuses on the importance of producing achievable master schedules that are consistent with business policies, objectives, and resource constraints.

Detailed Scheduling and Planning: DSP candidates focus on the various techniques for material and capacity scheduling. This course includes detailed descriptions on material requirements planning (MRP), and capacity requirements planning (CRP), inventory management practices, and procurement and supplier planning.

Execution and Control of Operations: ECO candidates focus on the areas of prioritizing and sequencing work, executing work plans and implementing controls, reporting activity results, and providing feedback on performance. The course explains techniques for scheduling and controlling production processes, the execution of quality initiatives and continuous improvement plans, and the control and handling of inventories.

Strategic Management of Resources: SMR explores the relationship of existing and emerging processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and supply chain-related functions. the course addresses three main topics: aligning resources with the strategic plan, configuring and integrating operation processes to support the strategic plan, and implementing change. APICS suggests that CPIM candidates take this module last.


Pricing

The investment includes participant materials, breakfast/lunch each day of class and the instructor led classroom time.
Note it does not include the module exam.

The investment for the program is:
Part 1 – $1000/Plus member and $1100/Core or non-member
Part 2 – $1500/Plus member and $1600/Core or non-member

Part 1 Bundle – $1,400
Part 2 Bundle – $1,850

CSCP Certified in Logisitcs, Transportation, and Distribution

Certified in Logisitcs, Transportation, and Distribution
Pricing

The investment includes participant materials, breakfast/lunch each day of class and the instructor led classroom time.
Note it does not include the module exam.

The investment for the program is:
Course – $2,300
Bundle – $2,650

Curriculum

PART I
• Primary processes, objectives, logistics, integration methods, and rewards
• Alignment of supply chain with corporate strategies
• Key considerations for planning, inventory control, and continued improvement
• Identification and management of market segments
• Demand forecasting and effective management techniques
• Effective customer relationship management (CRM)

PART II
• Sustainability practices in design and operation
• Measurement, responsiveness, operations, and communications
• Risk, its sources, impacts, and mitigation methods
• Globally dispersed supply and demand, and the effects on logistics
• Factors influencing demand, including design, marketing, selling, and matching customer orders
• Core Customer Relationship Management (CRM) concepts, including strategies, technologies, and implementation challenges
• Fundamentals of supplier relationship management (SRM), including strategies, improved source management, relevant technologies, and measurement
• Inventory planning and control methods

PART III
• Supply chain dynamics and the balance of responsiveness and efficiency
• Managing supply from internal and external sources
• Implementation of demand plans, including prioritization, fulfillment, and capturing and communicating point-of-sale data
• Tools and techniques to support continuous improvement


Pricing

The investment includes participant materials, breakfast/lunch each day of class and the instructor led classroom time.
Note it does not include the module exam.

The investment for the program is:
Course – $2,300
Bundle – $2,650

CLTD Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution

Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution
Pricing

The investment for the program is:
Course – $2,100
Bundle – $2,575

Curriculum

No matter where you are in your career, earning the CLTD credential will demonstrate your mastery of a broad range of logistic, transportation, and distribution topics.

• Master the essential knowledge needed for the logistics, transportation, and distribution industry
• Bring new ideas to your organization
• Remain current with global logistics trends and developments
• Boost your confidence with recognition as a logistics expert
• Reduce costs and impact your organization’s bottom line


Pricing

The investment for the program is:
Course – $2,100
Bundle – $2,575

"Becoming certified in CPIM has enriched my knowledge in Supply Chain Management and Business Planning. ASCM provides the prospective student with skills to excel in many different aspects of an organization. I gained valuable insight on industry standards, also perspective on how to choose and apply theories and how to engage in successful change management and continuous improvement. These strategies can likewise enhance leadership skills and foster team work. At the end of the journey, it was gratifying to be able to apply the CPIM credits towards my undergraduate in Supply Chain Management. -Jolene Herb, CPIM
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ASCM Member Benefits logo
  • Salary increase up to 21% (in conjunction with CPIM certification)*
  • Discounts on APICS certifications
  • Sustained professional development
  • Network of 45,000+ supply chain professionals
  • 1,000+ educational resources to continue growth
  • Savings for local in-person chapter events
  • * Based on the 2020 ASCM Supply Chain Salary and Career Survey Report; requires CPIM certification