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Supply Chain Management deals with the logistics of the flow of goods and services from suppliers to consumers. Inside the supply chain are a number of stages such as procurement, storage, transportation, and distribution. It requires a variety of skills including supply and demand estimation and forecasting, operations planning, financial planning, negotiation, technical support, and IT.
The Logistics and Supply Chain Management diploma program prepares students to not only succeed but excel in this field.
The supply chain sector is one of the largest in Canada, with close to a million people employed in occupations directly related to it. This sector is expected to steadily grow in the future offering tens of thousands of new positions every year.
This program has been approved for advanced standing towards attaining the Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP™) designation.
Supply Chain Canada and CDI College are committed to supporting graduates of the Logistics and Supply Chain Management program to be at the leading edge of supply chain throughout their careers, to improving the corporate performance of their organizations, and to influence the transformation of supply chain systems in Canada.
To achieve this, the parties have reached an agreement to provide an efficient path for graduates of the program, who achieve a grade of 70% or higher completed within the last two years, to advanced standing towards the following SCMP academic program components:
• Module 2: Procurement and Supply Management
• Module 3: Logistics and Transportation
• Module 4: Operations and Process Management
• Workshop 2: Negotiation Skills
In addition to the SCMP program coursework requirements, candidates must also successfully complete SCMP Leadership Residency and the National Case-Study Final Examination. All SCMP candidates must also satisfy the 3-year work experience requirements (e.g., employment, internships,co-op placements, etc.).
I took Logistics and Supply Chain Management. I had a very, very good instructor who clearly spoke from experience. My practicum is was a huge self-esteem booster. I realized I don't give myself enough credit.
This course will introduce students to skills and concepts that will help them achieve personal, academic, and career success.
This course is designed to equip students with the skills necessary for dealing effectively with both customers and colleagues in the business world. Using a variety of instructional methods including role-plays, case studies, group exercises, simulated situations, and discussions, students learn and practice customer service and interpersonal skills necessary for success in today’s business environment.
This course presents an introductory look at Windows 7 and its interface, tools, and features. You will learn about the fundamentals of navigating and personalizing the interface, organizing files and folders, using media devices, and searching for information. This course relies heavily on practical hands-on activities that allow you to learn the concepts by practicing them on a regular basis.
This course introduces the students to word processing with Microsoft Word. Relying heavily on a hands-on practical training approach, students learn by doing through skills based simulations, training and assessments. Learners will focus on the core features of Microsoft Word such as proper document formatting, organization and editing using the tools and features of the ribbon. The course will then continue with more advanced topics such as working with tables, lists, objects, templates footnotes and endnotes and mail merges. Students will explore the collaboration features that allow users to share and collaborate on documents through the use of track changes, sharing and reviewing.
This course introduces the students to spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel 2013. Relying very heavily on a hands-on practical training approach, students learn by doing through skills based simulations, training, and assessments. The course starts with an overview of spreadsheets and how to use the common features and functions of Microsoft Excel. The course then focuses on the core features of Microsoft Excel where students learn how to enter and format data and use the various functions and formulas to manage and manipulate the data. The course will then continue with more advanced topics such as performing quantitative analysis with logical, lookup, and various mathematical and financial functions. Depicting data visually is an important feature of Excel. Students will learn how to work with charts in Excel to produce a variety of different charts based on data housed in a spreadsheet. Finally students will learn to handle large volumes of data with Datasets and tables.
This course presents the MS Outlook application interface, tools, and features. You will l earn about the fundamentals of an e-mail application, scheduling, calendars, contact lists, creating, forwarding and managing messages. This course relies heavily upon hands-on practical activities that allow you to learn concepts by practicing them on a regular basis.
Business Essentials provides an overview of business management today, including forms of ownership and the ways managers carry out their basic management functions in a skillful and inventive way.
The workplace of the twenty-first century demands excellent communications skills. The focus of this course is on learning writing techniques that ensure effective business communication. Achieve an effective style by using precise verbs, concrete nouns, and vivid adjectives; write memorandums and e-mail messages that deliver information and make requests; write letters and memorandums that request information concisely and promote goodwill; apply skillful writing techniques in refusing requests; compose carefully planned sales letters; write letters of appreciation, congratulation, sympathy, recommendation, and introduction; write effective formal and informal reports; write a formal report including data, using tables, charts, and graphs.
This course provides an introduction to the types of Information Systems used by Supply Chain professionals in the course of daily business. The course examines the types of systems used for planning and execution functions in Supply Chain, including Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, and Best-In-Breed Logistics Systems for Transportation, Warehouse and Customer Relationship Management.
Negotiations and Supplier Management are an integral part of conducting business globally. It is essential to understand the negotiation process, how to become an effective negotiator and the roles within a negotiation. This course will cover Styles of Negotiations, Sources of Power, and Use of Emotion and Logic.
This course will provide an overview of what constitutes a project, some of the more useful tools, and a methodology for success. The focus will be on visioning, building a high performance team, communication and change management requirements.
This course teaches the understanding of manufacturing and service operations with a focus beyond manufacturing for capacity management, planning and scheduling, and use of MRP.
This course will introduce Purchasing as a business discipline with a focus on the Total Cost of Ownership for products and services, and Supplier Relationship Management. Topics include the Purchasing Cycle, Centralized vs. Decentralized purchasing, the preparation of documents for RFI and RFP processes, as well as the various costs involved in purchase decisions (acquisition, ownership, obsolescence, etc.). Students will develop an understanding of supply management and commodity strategy, supplier qualification, selection and management, and strategic cost management.
This course will provide students with a fundamental understanding of the nature of contracts. Profitability of a joint business venture is based upon strategic partnerships with key suppliers to shorten lead times and reduce bottlenecks within the supply chain. Focus will be on what constitutes a contract, types of supplier relationships, and why partnerships fail.
This course will provide a broad introduction to the basics of demand planning, forecasting and inventory management and will prepare the student for a better understanding of the flow of information and materials in a Supply Chain.
This course will provide a broad introduction to the basics of materials management, manufacturing planning and control systems, inventory control, physical distribution and information flow among operational functions within the supply chain. It builds understanding of the tactical approach to inventory control that flows from the strategic approach in Demand Planning and Inventory Management.
This course offers an overview of administering importation and exportation of goods in Canada. Basic practices for successfully understanding key legislation and regulatory compliance, plus preparing various trade documents are covered.
This course provides an introduction to the purposes and types of packaging and equipment used to protect and convey goods through the Supply Chain. The course examines the basic uses, legal requirements, benefits and drawbacks of different options available to help students make better decisions to maximize asset protection and mobility while minimizing cost.
This course provides an introduction to warehousing and distribution management. Inventory is the heart of Logistics and Distribution planning can create additional value for customers, or excessive costs. The course examines the functions and purposes of warehousing and how to ensure it meets the requirements of the Supply Chain.
This course provides an overview of the value, methods and trade-offs of the transportation function within a supply chain. It then focuses on understanding the role of the freight forwarder, transportation geography, and how terms of trade are used between buyer and seller in a contract of sales of goods with a focus on international trade. This will include international payments, commercial documentation, cargo security and dangerous goods, plus insurance.
This course provides an overview of a Supply Chain from raw materials to consumer purchase. The course examines the roles of members in the Supply Chain and ways to improve efficiency as well as how to identify and mitigate risk in the SC. The course also helps students understand how Supply Chain management has matured from a business cost centre to a strategic initiative.
This course looks at the planning, preparation, execution, and follow-up stages of an interview: how people find jobs; employer expectations; presenting an enthusiastic attitude; focusing on the right job; transferable skills; the job interview; effective resume preparation; cover and thank you letters; effective telemarketing; tapping the hidden job market; handling objections; job search management; self-confidence and self-esteem building; mock interviews (video-taped); and individual counselling and coaching.
This 16-week module will prepare Supply Chain Management students for their transition to the workforce. The Field Placement/Practicum will be completed in a supply chain environment. Students will be working under the supervision of experience personnel. During this process the host company will provide the college with a description of duties the student will perform on the job. At the end of the placement, the company will provide an evaluation on the student and the student will provide the college with an evaluation on the placement.
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