The teaching plan consists in the structure of the course and the detailed programme. The main contents are listed below.
BSCM - Basics Tutorial Program - CPIM Part 1 - Interactive Learning // Webinar
Operations & SC Mgmt - APICS - Courses and Master's
7 live webinar sessions 1,5 hours each, in a time frame of 3 months
20 October 2020 Ed.17
CHF 2130 + VAT
The CPIM Part 1, Basics of Supply Chain Management module, is the first of the 2 parts necessary for APICS CPIM certification.
The CPIM Part 1 module provides the basic knowledge to manage the complete Supply Chain from the Supplier to the Client. In addition to generally dealing with the contents of CPIM certification, it also introduces and explains in detail the professional terminology of Supply Chain and Operations Management which is indispensable for operating in both local and international contexts.
Advance has designed the BSCM Interactive Learning Webinar modules to respond to the needs of those who, for private or professional reasons, cannot take part in the Inter-company course’s classroom lessons. Participants will take part in 6 sessions of 1.5 hours of individual study through group conference calls with a certified instructor. The conf-call will continue at intervals of 2-3 weeks.
At the end of the course the participant will take the CPIM Part 1 exam which represents the first step towards CPIM certification.
The CPIM Part 1 programme is a valid tool to increase the level of company awareness by creating a common foundation of knowledge within the organization.
> CPIM Part 1 + Part 2 Interactive Learning Webinar- To reach the Webinar course information for CPIM Part 1 + 2 click on: Course CPIM Webinar
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The Basics module CPIM Part 1 consists in:
- A training phase via Live Webinar
- An individual study phase with distance support by the instructors
- Simulation of a BSCM exam with a discussion of the results
The whole course is in English with certified instructors.
The course includes the following teaching modules:
- Organization Fundamentals
- Operating Environments
- Matrix Product/Process
- Financial Fundamentals
- Manufacturing Resource Planning
- Total Quality Management
- Impact of Environment on System Design and Deployment
- Continuous Improvement of Products and Processes
- Six Sigma
- Customer Expectations and Definitions of Value
- Customer Relationships
- Demand Management and factors influencing Demand
- Forecasting models
Transformation of Demand into Supply
- Design for transformation process
- Sales & Operations Planning
- Capacity Management
- Planning (purposes, inputs and outputs)
- Execution and Control
- Performance Measurements
- Inventory Management
- Functions of Inventory
- ABC analysis
- Economic Order quantity
- Purchasing & Supplier Relationship
- Physical Distribution System
- Lean - Six Sigma
> For this module APICS will issue a certificate of successful completion of the exam.
After the successful outcome of the BSCM exam, the candidate can choose to continue the path towards CPIM certification by integrating this part with the CPIM part 2.
Who is the course aimed at
The course is aimed at the following professional figures:
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- Supply Chain Managers and staff resources
- Management Consultants
- Production managers and staff resources
- Plant Managers
- Purchasing Officers
- Personnel involved in the implementation or use of ERP systems
- Recently appointed Personnel responsible for Logistics or Production and staff resources
- Personnel responsible for other workplace functions that wish to learn or consolidate their management skills in the Supply Chain.
There are no entry requirements for the course or the exam
Pricing and enrolment
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2130 CHF + VAT
The quotas include:
- Didactic Books & Dictionary
- APICS learning system
- CPIM Part 1 practice questions from Advance School Master Instructors
- Live webinars with certified Instructors
The fee does not include exams.
The course envisages a minimum of 3 participants for the activation, in order to allow optimal interaction between participants and instructors.