February 20, 2018
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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Wesco Aircraft
24911 Avenue Stanford
Valencia, CA 91355

APICS CPIM Part 2 (2018  - MPR, DSP, ECO and SMR)

20 sessions, 80 hours Wesco Aircraft February 22, 2018- led by APICS recognized instructors

This course is part 2 of a 2-part series intended for Operations and Supply Chain professionals who want to improve their knowledge and skills in Operations and Supply Chain Management, gain practical knowledge and skills that can be used immediately in their job and master the APICS Body of Knowledge terminology and concepts with the intent to pursue certification. Pre-requisite for this course: Students must have completed either CPIM Part 1 or CPIM legacy Basics of Supply Chain Management or passed the national BSCM exam prior to attending this course. 

I. Master Planning of Resources

This section includes principles and techniques of demand management, sales and operations planning, master scheduling, and distribution planning. It includes forecasting, order servicing, demand shaping, customer relationship management, and distribution network and replenishment. Also included is the integration between the sales and operations plan, production plan, and master production schedule.

II. Detailed Scheduling and Planning

This section includes principles and techniques of inventory management, material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning, and procurement and supplier planning. Recognizing the importance of supply chain management, this subject area also covers deployment of supply chain strategies related to scheduling, planning, and sourcing. This supports the strategies and objectives established by the company, as constrained by lead time, cost, equipment, personnel, sustainability considerations, or other constraints. This encompasses requirements to bridge the master planning with the execution and control subject areas.

III. Execution and Control of Operations

This section encompasses the principles and techniques necessary to execute, control, and manage operations, and participate in design decisions. This subject area provides feedback about how good plans are being executed, as well as providing information for customers and suppliers about the status of services and products in process. The importance and emphasis of these approaches are relative to the operation’s environment, the labor environment, the physical organization of the facility, and the effectiveness of management and employees.

IV. Strategic Management of Resources

This section includes higher-level thinking on strategic planning and implementation of operations. This requires an understanding of how market requirements and strategic position of the organization drive the resources and processes of an organization. This includes how operational strategies are developed and implemented, change management and risk implications.

What’s New?

·         Reflects the new CPIM Part 1 and Part 2 exam structure that condenses the time it takes to earn the CPIM Certification by passing 2 exams instead of 5 exams.

·         Comprehensive reading materials, a printed set of the PowerPoint slides used during class discussion and web-based, interactive study tools and practice questions in one mobile-friendly program… the printed materials are available in digital format to be read on any phone, tablet or laptop. 

·         The course also includes access for 1 year to the new CPIM Learning Systems, an on-line, interactive study tool which aims to make it easier for students to master the concepts necessary to obtain certification.  An extensive selection of online content is available through the learning systems, offering resources such as: pre- and post-exams, a Smart Study tool to help students plan their studies, quizzes for each section within the books, videos teaching course content and also exam preparation strategies, flash cards, and a “final” exam comprised of retired APICS exam questions that mimics the certification test experience.

  Who should attend: Planners, buyers, master schedulers, demand planners, inventory management, supply chain management, production control management, operations management, cost accounting, quality management, and others who want to expand their knowledge and ability in the planning of resource allocation.

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