@Logistician Freight Movement Options Industrial Logistics Institute

Supply Chain Management Program

Course Code: NU A3 Supply Chain Management Program

Who should attend the course?

The Supply Chain Management Program was developed for Supply Chain Managers who wish to become very familiar with the major developments in supply chain management practices over the last decade. The program is targeted at existing supply chain operations, purchasing and planning managers.

Course Topics

There are seven major topics covered in the program:

  • Logistics performance evaluation
  • Inventory Management and Replenishment
  • Risk Management in the Logistics Chain
  • Inter-modal Transport Options
  • E-business and E-marketplace developments
  • E-logistics
  • Alternative Logistics Purchasing Strategies

Attendees will gain as a result of attending the course……

You will be advancing your logistics and supply chain knowledge with leading edge developments in some eight streams of logistic operations, strategy, planning and information technology. This will add considerably to your day to day choices in techniques and options you might use daily in your working environment.

Cost: $1750 per attendee (group discounts are available)

Course Duration: Two days 


Attendance for the full two days is compulsory plus assignment work to be completed back in the work environment over a four week period following the completion of the course presentations.

About the Industrial Logistics Institute:

Established in 2007,  by a group of industry participants and academics who have worked in several areas of the Supply Chain operations. The actual structure of the program is not intended for academics or consultants. The Supply Chain Management Program has been developed as an introductory program for newly appointed Supply Chain Operations, purchasing and planning managers. 

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