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Certified Trade Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Program Overview

The Certified Trade Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program is a 3-month program designed to ensure continuous trade professional development for individuals working with import and export companies and handling logistics and supply chain.
Designation: Certified Trade Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program (CTLSCM).
Targets: Trade finance managers, Logistics managers , Supply Chain managers, Treasurers, Credit Risk Officers, Trade Specialist, Trade Desk Officer/Manager in banks and staff of Import and Export trading, Trade finance managers, Logistics managers , Supply Chain managers.
Duration: 3 months.
Number of Hours: 60 hours (facilitation and student study time).

Objectives

The Certified Trade Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program (CTLSCM) enables logistics and supply chain professionals to demonstrate expertise in handling the logistics and supply chain processes involved in the import and export from one country to the other.

At the end of the programme, the participants will be equipped with knowledge and skills needed to be able to:
  • Handle Inventory planning band control
  • Manage warehousing and distribution
  • Coordinate procurement and supply chain management
  • Use key terms in supply chain management
  • Understand the stages of supply chain management
  • Utilize the global supply chain technology

Course Contents

  • Logistics Management Information System
  • Inventory Management & Control
  • Warehousing & distribution
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Fundamentals of supply chain finance
  • Supply Chain Management In Import-Export Trade Processes
  • Three levels of Supply Chain Management
  • Bullwhip effect in Supply Chain Management
  • Inventory management
  • Tracking and monitoring in Supply Chain Management
  • International logistics
  • Global Supply Chain Technology
  • Trends in Supply Chain Managemen
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