Supply Chain Quick Courses                                     

Designed and facilitated by experienced supply chain practitioners, CSCMP's Supply Chain Quick Courses are archived webinars that allow you to learn core supply chain topics online when it's convenient for you.

Each course video is 45-60 minutes, and you can access them for as long and often as needed during the assigned access period:

  • Individual episode: 90 days from date of purchase
  • Twelve-episode bundle: Six (6) months from date of purchase

Key Features

  • Relevant content addressing specific areas of Supply Chain Management   
  • Comprehensive learning materials with downloadable PowerPoint slides, supplemental readings, key terms and quizzes 
  • Convenient access

Who Should Take This Course? 

  • Entry-level employees without supply chain degrees
  • Employees with specialization in one vertical of the supply chain that want to transition to another
  • High potential employees who need foundational awareness of all the components of the end-to-end supply chain 
  • SCPro™ certificants seeking eligible education activities to complete and report toward SCPro™ certification renewal requirements.

Quick Courses

 
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This course addresses manufacturing operations and the management solutions to improve operational performance. CODE-QC
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This course covers numerous productivity and quality issues relating to product, design, processes and quality from the customer prospective. Included are various methodologies and quality management systems. CODE-QC
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The supply management course is divided in parts one and two focusing on master planning and capacity management- the business processes for oversight and management of the traditional buying, coordinating and production functions. CODE-QC
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This course addresses manufacturing resources and the materials requirements planning (MRP and MRPII) that takes place in the business process and also focuses on the software applications that support the planning and scheduling functions within manufacturing. CODE-QC
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Performance Measurements focuses on the collecting, measuring, and comparing of a measure against a standard or objective. Performance measurements promote understanding and consistency while improving execution and decision making.  CODE-QC
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In this course, you will be introduced to the Supply Chain Mitigation process consisting of: Identifying supply chain risks, developing strategies to mitigate identified supply chain risks and measuring the performance of each strategy for each targeted risk. CODE-QC
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Demand management is the art or science of controlling demand, and describes the activities of demand forecasting, planning, and order fulfillment. This course will take you through the concepts and methods employed to manage forecasted demand for goods and services and focuses on the financial version of the forecast for financial planning, analysis, and reporting. CODE-QC
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Inventory Management will help you determine how much inventory to carry, where to carry it, and how much safety stock is required to meet your company’s cost and customer service objectives. The course focuses on the different approaches to managing all types of supply chain inventories and the variables that will drive the level of inventory to be held. CODE-QC
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Physical Distribution is the tasks concerned with the planning, implementing and controlling the flow of material, final goods and associated information from the point of origin to the customer. Physical distribution takes place within numerous distribution channels. Physical Distribution I addresses transportation, warehousing and related functions.  CODE-QC
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Physical Distribution is the tasks concerned with the planning, implementing and controlling the flow of material, final goods and associated information from the point of origin to the customer. Physical Distribution II addresses issues related to reverse logistics, distribution resource planning, procurement, physical distribution interfaces and related functions. CODE-QC
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Reverse supply chain management is related to how products and materials are reused. This course will explain why reverse SCM is important to the overall supply chain. You will learn the difference between a traditional supply chain and a green supply chain while focusing on different industries, the role of third party logistics and the five key components of reverse supply chain. CODE-QC
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Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) is the process of matching supply and demand by integrating demand and sales forecasts from a marketing perspective with operational plans from suppliers, production and logistics. This course presents the process for integrating a demand forecast with a capacity forecast so supply chain operations are integrated with the marketing and sales functions.  CODE-QC
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Financial Fundamentals is a course that focuses on supply chain finance issues. Supply chain finance addresses the optimization of both the availability and the cost of capital. The availability and cost of capital is normally optimized through the aggregation, integration, packaging, and utilization of all the relevant information generated in the supply chain in conjunction with cost analysis, cost management, and various supply chain finance strategies. CODE-QC