Supply Chain - APICS
Supply Chain Management: CPIM Part 1
Resilience and agility are what make supply chains thrive in today’s rapidly changing world. Becoming Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM) shows employers that you know how to effectively manage disruptions, demand variations and supply chain risk.
The pandemic caused a major shift in consumer demand and put a spotlight on supply chain vulnerabilities. Planning is now more important than ever, and the new Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM) 7.0 reflects that.
With a CPIM certification, you will develop the competencies needed to successfully work across all functions of the supply chain. In addition, you'll have the knowledge to better respond to supply disruptions, demand variations, and manage supply chain risk.
This course will prepare you for the CPIM Part 1 exam, Basics of Supply Chain Management. There are 2 exams required to complete CPIM certification through APICS. Participants will receive a review book, copies of the slides, an exam voucher, and 1-year membership to ASCM.
CPIM Part 1 section topics:
1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management
2. Manufacturing Design, Supply, and Control
3. Quality and Continuous Improvement
5. Demand Management
6. Master Planning (Includes Sales and Operations Planning)
7. Material Requirements Planning
8. Capacity Management
10. Aggregate Inventory Management
11. Item Inventory Management
12. Execution and Control
13. Physical Distribution
14. End of Course Review
Dates & Time to be Determined
Owego Central School District, Sheldon Guile Blvd, Owego, NY 13820
$250 per person, includes 1-year membership, exam voucher, a review book
This program is being subsidized by a grant from the Owego Central School District and potentially SUNY through the NYS Workforce Development Initiative.
Businesses in Chemung, Schuyler and Steuben interested in seeking funding to send promising leaders from their organizations to this training should contact CSS Workforce NY at 607-937-8337.
SUNY Corning Community College is committed to ensuring equal access to students with disabilities. If you believe that you will need accommodations while taking this course, please contact Accessibility Services by phone 607-962-9262 or email Accessibility@corning-cc.edu to begin the process of requesting accommodations. We strive to coordinate accommodations in a timely manner, but some accommodations may not be available when you need them if you do not give timely notice.