Career After Supply Chain Management Certification

The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) provides a comprehensive body of knowledge, best practices and standards for those in supply chain. APICS CSCP designees gain the skills to effectively manage global supply chain activities that involve suppliers, plants, distributors and customers located around the world.

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Why CSCP Course?

Supply Chain Professionals are always in demand for the simple reasons – good and cost-effective sourcing and logistics provides organizations to provide the competitive price to Customers thereby having upper edge over competitors.


In an increasingly complex world and challenging circumstances of pandemic and lock down SCM reflects and translates into high demand for qualified and more importantly certified professionals. Less availability of professionals reflects and yields higher salary packages than other professions.

There are a limited number of knowledge-based certifications that aim at career progression in Supply Chain. But once the person attains certification or digital competency batch from certifications, he gets an upper edge over the other non-certified professionals. Only the top talent can drive businesses to succeed in this competitive environment.

Supply Chain management (SCM) is the active management of supply chain activities to maximize customer value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. It represents a conscious effort by the supply chain firms to develop and run supply chains in the most effective & efficient ways possible.

Supply Chain Professional Certification

Certified Supply Chain Professional Course Details:

 
Module 1: Supply Chain Design
 
Develop the Supply Chain Strategy
Design the Supply Chain
 
Module 2: Supply Chain Planning and Execution
 
Procure and Deliver Goods and Services
Manage the Relationship with Supply Chain Partners
Manage Reverse Logistics
 
Module 3: Supply Chain Improvement and Best Practices
 
Comply with Standards, Regulations, and Sustainable Best Practices Section
Manage Risk in the Supply Chain
Measure, Analyze & Improve the Supply Chain
 
Additional: Hands on Experience on Supply Chain ERP System with real time Supply chain cases / instances

Upcoming Supply_Chain Classes

Class Name Start Date Class Time Days of the week
Supply Chain Management21-May, 20212:30 PMFriday
CSCM21-May, 20212:30 PMFriday

Who should become a Supply Chain Certified?

Accelerative Minds

Organization Leaders

Innovators

People with Dreams

Job positions after CSCP

  • Project Manager
  • Global Logistics Manager
  • Supply Chain Sales Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Procurement Analyst / Purchasing Manager
  • Warehousing Manager
  • Supply Chain Director
  • Supply Chain Consultants

Why Delphi?

Certified & Professional Trainers

Our faculties are qualified & industry experts with significant experience in their domain.

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We guide you to benefit from the newly acquired global professional certification.

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How to get Certified in Supply Chain Management

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CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY TO SIT FOR THE EXAM

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ENROLL FOR THE PROGRAM

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APPLY FOR THE EXAMINATION

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APPEAR FOR THE EXAMINATION

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GET CERTIFIED

Supply Chain Management Course Trainer

Kashif Akhtar

Qualified Engineer, CSCP, PMP, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CRISC, CDPSE

Mr. Kashif Akhtar is an experienced Engineer and Supply Chain Professional with vast experience in Supply Chain, Contracts Management, and Supply Chain various ERP tools.Read More

Certified & Professional Trainers

Our faculties are qualified & industry experts with significant experience in their domain.

Supply Chain Management Course Highlights

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  • Mock Test
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  • Revision Class before Exam

FAQS – SUPPLY CHAIN CERTIFICATIONS

Frequently asked questions for Certified Supply Chain Professional Course

Supply chain management encompasses the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion, and all logistics management activities. Importantly, it also includes coordination and collaboration with channel partners, which can be suppliers, intermediaries, third-party service providers, and customers. In essence, supply chain management integrates supply and demand management within and across companies.

Supply chain management is an integrating function with primary responsibility for linking major business functions and business processes within and across companies into a cohesive and high-performing business model. It includes all of the logistics management activities noted above, as well as manufacturing operations, and it drives coordination of processes and activities with and across marketing, sales, product design, finance, and information technology.
Source: Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

The supply chain — a term now commonly used internationally — encompasses every effort involved in producing and delivering a final product or service, from the supplier’s supplier to the customer’s customer. Supply chain management includes managing supply and demand, sourcing raw materials and parts, manufacturing and assembly, warehousing and inventory tracking, order entry and order management, distribution across all channels, and delivery to the customer.

Logistics management is that part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customers’ requirements.

Two main reasons: money and opportunity. Advances in information technology (IT) and the expanding IT infrastructure are introducing new possibilities to improve service and efficiencies, and given the amount of money at stake, the opportunities are high. Some people view the IT tools that underlie supply chain management as the backbone of e-commerce.

In years past, manufacturers were the drivers of the supply chain — managing the pace at which products were manufactured and distributed. Today, customers are calling the shots, and manufacturers are scrambling to meet customer demands for options/styles/features, quick order fulfillment, and fast delivery.

Companies that learn how to improve the management of their supply chain will become the new success stories in the global marketplace. Benchmarking studies show significant cost differences between organizations that exhibit best-in-class performance and those with average performance

Improving a process as complex as the supply chain can be daunting, as companies are challenged with finding ways to meet ever-rising customer expectations at a manageable cost. To do so, businesses must identify which parts of their supply chain process are not competitive, understand which customer needs are not being met, establish improvement goals, and rapidly implement necessary improvements.

SCM majors are prepared for entry-level positions in purchasing or logistics such as a buyer, purchasing analyst, inventory control, or traffic analyst with a career track to the vice president of procurement, operations, or logistics. Firms from around the country and in all sectors of the economy, public and private, manufacturing, service, health care, retail, etc. recruit SCM graduates.
 
Listed below are brief descriptions of a few of the typical entry-level positions:
Planner or Analyst – Uses analytical and quantitative methods to understand, predict, and enhance supply chain processes. Responsible for assembling data, analyzing performance, identifying problems, and developing recommendations that support the management of a supply chain.
 
Buyer – Works with internal customers (marketing, production, operations, etc.) and external suppliers to efficiently and effectively manage the purchasing process for the goods and services needed by the company. Responsible for identifying sources of supply, evaluating and selecting suppliers, negotiating contracts, and managing relationships with suppliers.
 
Inventory Specialist – Develops and implements plans to optimize inventory cost and customer service goals. Responsible for inventory quality and accuracy, coordinated physical inventory process and cycle counts, monitor inventory flow through the system, and works on stock location and order picking strategies to optimize workflow, space utilization, and labor productivity in distribution facilities.
 
Materials Planner, Materials Analyst – Manages raw materials and/or components needed for manufacturing. Responsible for inbound inventory levels. Coordinates with purchasing, manufacturing, and supplier to ensure reliable, cost-efficient delivery of the raw materials to the production line. May be responsible for receiving, warehousing, scheduling, and inbound transportation.
 
Transportation Coordinator, Traffic Analyst – Evaluates, selects, and manages transportation carriers for inbound goods. Manages relationships with carriers and internal customers to ensure the timely delivery of goods.
 
Production Coordinator, Scheduler, Operations Planner/ Analyst – Uses scheduling and forecasting abilities, knowledge of statistical process control, and interpersonal skills. Responsible for coordinating daily production schedules and forecasting future production needs.

Supply Chain Related Business Experience

  • Raw materials extraction
  • Transportation and logistics
  • Procurement
  • Manufacturing
  • Warehousing
  • Distribution
  • Retail
  • Customer service
  • Software design and support
  • Management
  • Sales
  • Quality control

We at Delphi have our own proven methodology – we do not follow competitors and other service providers as we believe in delivering education and making careers which are associated with value addition.

Our Vision is providing theoretical and practical knowledge. Delphi aims to provide hands on exposure on ERP systems so that the trained professional from Delphi can start working with a minimum learning curve. He will be familiar with Supply Chain Systems and will add value to the organizations the successful and certified professionals will be joining.

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A few Benefits of getting Certified –

  • Gain a Competitive Advantage
  • Get better Jobs in big companies
  • Build Professional Credibility
  • Earn more salary & perks
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