CERTIFIED IN PLANNING AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

Se especializa en las actividades relacionadas con la Cadena de Suministro Interna (Vertical). La cual está formada por todos los departamentos de una sola empresa como son: Planeación, Compras, Almacenes, Producción, Logística y Distribución.

2 Módulos:

CPIM Parte 1: Duración 24 Horas (4 Sesiones de 6 Horas c/u).

CPIM Parte 2: Duración 42 Horas (7 Sesiones de 6 Horas c/u)

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Requisitos: 

Módulo 1

Section A: Operational Objectives to Meet Competitive Priorities

Section B: Marketing Strategies Section C: Fundamentals of Sales and Operations Planning

Section D: Manufacturing Strategies, KPIs and Metrics

Section E: Sustainable and Socially        Responsible Supply Chains

Section A: Operational Objectives to Meet Competitive Priorities

Section B: Marketing Strategies Section C: Fundamentals of Sales and Operations Planning

Section D: Manufacturing Strategies, KPIs and Metrics

Section E: Sustainable and Socially        Responsible Supply Chains

Section A: Creating a Product Road Map/ Product Development

Section B: Characteristics of Demand/ Forecasting

Section A: Master Production Schedule

Section B: Material Requirements Planning

Section C: Capacity Requirements Planning

Section D: Final Assembly Scheduling/ Closing the Loop

Section A: Buy

Section B: Make

Section A: Inventory Investment /Days of Supply

Section B: Safety Stock/ Item Segmentation

Section C: Order Quantity and Item Replenishment

Section D: Tracking Inventory Through Supply Chain/ Basics of Reverse Logistics

Section E: Inventory Accuracy Audits/Addressing Inventory Loss

Section F: Planning and Managing Distribution Inventory

Section A: Continuous Improvement

Section B: Information, Process, and Emerging Technologies

Módulo 2

 Section A: The Environment and Strategy

Section B: Strategic Scope

Section C: Strategic Objectives

Section D: Developing Organizational Strategy

Section E: Executing and Monitoring Strategy

Section F: Analysis for Functional and Operational Strategies

Section G: Functional and Operational Strategies

Section H: Processes and Layouts

Section I: Performance Monitoring and KPIs

Section J: Risk Management

Section K: Capital Equipment and Facilities

Section L: Sustainability Strategies

Section A: Purpose of S&OP

Section B: S&OP Roles and Process

Section C: Aggregate Demand and Supply Plans

Section D: Reconciling S&OP Plans

Section A: Demand Management and Customers

Section B: Marketing and Product Management

Section C: Sources of Demand /Forecasting

Section D: Forecast Performance

Section A: Creating the Master Schedule

Section B: Using and Maintaining the Master Schedule

Section C: Rough-Cut Capacity Planning

Section D: MRP Design

Section E: Using and Managing MRP

Section F: CRP and MRP-Based Scheduling

Section G: Final Assembly Schedule

Section H: Suppliers

Section I: Purchasing Section J: Product Costing

Section K: Changes and Supply Disruptions /Product Life Cycle Management

Section A: Inventory Planning

Section B: Inventory Management

Section C: Inventory Costs, Value, and Metrics

Section D: Inventory Control /Waste Hierarchy and Reverse Logistics

Section A: Planning Detailed Schedules

Section B: Scheduling and PAC Methods

Section C: Production Schedules/Using Detailed Schedules

Section A: Planning Distribution

Section B: Replenishment /Order Management/Reverse Logistics

Section A: Quality

Section B: Continuous Improvement

Section C: Technology

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