APICS OVERVIEW

APICS, established in 1957 in the USA, is the leading professional organization in researching, training and providing certifications of supply chain management which is recognized worldwide. With over 43,000 members and more than 300 international partners, APICS has helped groups and corporations all over the world standardize management systems for best growth and reach global customers.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT BASED ON THE SCOR® GLOBAL STANDARD

Supply chain management was first introduced in 1982 and has been recognizing as a current management philosophy for most of successful companies around the world. The emerging of technologies such as ERP, TMS, WMS, ASP, RFID, etc. as well as the forming of new approaches of management like S&OP, POS, VMI, SRM, CRM, etc. have made supply chain management become the competitive tool in most of companies around the world.

Operations in the Supply Chain include managing the relationship with suppliers; planning & controlling internal sources such as planning, sourcing, making, delivering, returning, enabling; and managing the relationship with customers. Philosophy of management in Supply Chain is horizontal, which is different from the old management method (vertical). Supply chain management help to coordinate departments effectively, increase values and roles of logistics, delivery, inventory, customer service, supplier management, material resources planning, strategies, forecast...., which drives effectively for business.

While the od management method (vertical) is outdated and creates many conflicts which reduces the effectiveness of organizations such as inaccurate inventory forecast, inefficient purchasing, lack of information in decision making, inaccurate forecast, production doesn’t meet demand..., supply chain will be a solution to help organization to improve competitive advantage, balance supply and demand, connect departments and provide information to make accurate decision.

To deploy supply chain successfully, there are 3 subjects that need to be changed in order to improve organization competitive advantage: personnel are trained by new methods, management processes are redesigned in a new way, and modern technologies are integrated into the organization.

This program is designed for companies who want to change management method from vertical to horizontal way, for multinational companies who have been implementing supply chain management model, for companies who have been implementing the ERP system and need to have personnel trained to use and exploit it effectively, and for companies who are planning to implement the ERP system and technologies in supply chain, logistics, warehouse management, etc.

1. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The program objectives are to:

  • Help managers have new management approaches with supply chain perspective
  • Help managers grasp the techniques, tools, and modern management technologies applied in many corporations all over the world.
  • Help managers get information to make decisions in orienting development strategies, designing organization, investing technologies to enhance the competitive ability.
  • Help managers have tools, techniques, and methods to apply in the actual operation of organization
  • Standardize the techniques, concepts, models based on international standards, not the fragmentary personal experience.
  • Train the learner based on SCOR standards which are widely recognized all over the world.

2. TARGET LEARNERS

  • Board of Directors;
  • Supply chain Directors
  • Supply chain manager
  • Purchase Department, Supply Department, Planning Department, Logistics Department, ...
  • Internal Control, Internal Auditing Department, CIO

3. CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

  • Completing the course, learners will be issued the certificate of completion of supply chain management by FMIT
  • Learners are equipped with basic knowledge to continue prepare for international examination CSCP by APICS.

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PROGRAM CONTENT

SUBJECTDETAILED TOPICS
Section 1: Introductory to Supply Chain Management  
     
  • Introductory to supply chain management
  • Maturity in supply chain
  • Modern supply chain viewpoint
  • Manufacturing and Planning Control Model
  • Supply chain strategic planning
  • Evolution from MRP (Material Requirement Planning) to ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
  • Production Environment (ETO, MTS, MTO, ATO)
  • Production process (intermittent, flow, cell, project)
  • Impact of new system and philosophy
Section 2: Forecasting and Demand Management
     
  • Demand management process
  • Characteristics of Demand
  •  Independent and dependent demand
  • Forecast Principles
  • Forecast Techniques
  • Tracking the forecast
  • Contingency plan for forecast errors
Section 3: S&OP (Sales & Operation Planning)
  • The purposes and scope of Master Schedule
  •  Identify product groups
  • S&OP and production plan
  • S&OP implementation process
  •  Production strategy and S&OP
  • Make schedule plan in ETO, MTO, ATO, MTS environment
  • Balance resource plan for production plan
Section 4: Master Schedule  
  • Master Schedule  and Master Production Schedule
  • Master progress and Sales
  • Resource Planning
  • Resource Balancing
  •  Production Planning and Master Schedule
  • Master Scheduling
  • RCCP (Rough Cut Capacity Planning) balances resources for Master Schedule
  • Efficient Master Schedule Planning Methods
  • MPS and ATP (Available to Promise)
Section 5: MRP (Material Requirement Planning)  
  • MRP Objectives
  • Types of Bill of Material (BOM)
  • MRP Environment
  • Offsetting and Exploding techniques
  • Use and manage priority plan
  • MRP and ERP software
Section 6: Capacity Management and Production Activity Control  
  • Introduction
  • Capacity Management
  • Capacity Management process
  • Calculate the capacity index
  • Balance production capacity to required capacity
  • Required capacity plan
  • Control manufacturing operations
  • Progress
  •  
  • Input/ Output Control
  • Bottleneck
  • Production orders and priority classifications
Section 7: Inventory Management
  • Inventory introduction
  • Types of inventory and Purposes
  • Calculate inventory and related cost
  • Evaluating inventory
  • Inventory planning
  • Inventory Classification
  • Master Inventory Policies
  • Master Inventory Management
  • Inventory turns
  • Calculate the using days
  • Inventory Costs
  • Financial statements and inventory
  • Inventory components
  • Calculate the order time
  • Calculate the order quantities
  • Inventory component policies
  • Order system for independent demands
  • Kan-ban system, 2-bin, continuous tracking
  • ABC inventory classification method
  • Inventory control Method
  • Auditing inventory method
Section 8: Purchasing  
  • Purchasing
  • Strategy responsibility of buying
  • Types of organizational structure of purchasing
  • Strategic purchasing and tactical purchasing
  • Steps of strategic purchasing
  • The process of tactical purchasing
  • Bid Management
  • Supplier relationship management
Section 9: Distribution and Logistics  
  • Distribution
  • Distribution channels
  • Optimize distribution channels
  • Logistics
  • Reserve logistics
  • Logistics in relationship to Supply Chain
  • Pull, Push System and Additional Distribution Planning
  • Types of transportation
  • Warehouse management
Section 10: Lean and Quality System  
  • Introduction to Quality Management
  • Total Quality Management TQM
  • Tools of Total Quality Management
  • Introduction to Lean
  • Structure of Lean
  • Kanban
  • JIT
  • Quality House
  • Maintain total productivity
  • Continuous improvement
  • Tools of Quality Management
Section 11: Theory of Constraints  
  • Introduction to TOC
  • Process to identify and deal to the bottlenecks
  • VATI analysis
  • Drum-rope-buffer Techniques
Summary
  • Solve the case studies

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SUPPLY CHAIN SCHEDULE

COURSELOCATIONSTART DATETIME FOR LEARNINGDURATION
Supply ChainHCM City31/03/2018Saturday & Sunday
Morning: 08:30 - 12:00
Afternoon: 13:30 - 17:00
04 days
(31/03 & 01,07,08/04/2018)
HA NOI06/01/2018Saturday & Sunday
Morning: 08:30 - 12:00
Afternoon: 13:30 - 17:00
04 days
(06,07,13,14/01/2018)
Any participants who would like to buy original books with in-depth content (published by APICS): 2.000.000/set (5 sets, see outline for more detail information for each set)

School Fee: 7.500.000 vnd

  • Payment mothod: By cash or banking transfer.
  • Accepting payment by credit card: MASTERCARD; VISA; SMARTLINK; JCB; UNION PAY; BANKNETVN

Non-fee retaking policy:

  • Learners are permitted to re-study freely if failed in the exam or not understood clearly and deeply the contents.

Incentives:

  • 5% discount for those who pay tuitition fees before 1 week
  • 5% discount for those who are old learners of FMIT
  • Special discount giving for participants who register the Supply Chain Management course: discount up to 35% when registering the CSCP Preparation Course (for the tuition fee only).

SUPPLY CHAIN SCHEDULE

COURSELOCATIONSTART DATETIME FOR LEARNINGDURATION
Supply ChainHCM City31/03/2018Saturday & Sunday
Morning: 08:30 - 12:00
Afternoon: 13:30 - 17:00
04 days
(31/03 & 01,07,08/04/2018)
HA NOI06/01/2018Saturday & Sunday
Morning: 08:30 - 12:00
Afternoon: 13:30 - 17:00
04 days
(06,07,13,14/01/2018)
Any participants who would like to buy original books with in-depth content (published by APICS): 2.000.000/set (5 sets, see outline for more detail information for each set)

School Fee: 7.500.000 vnd

  • Payment mothod: By cash or banking transfer.
  • Accepting payment by credit card: MASTERCARD; VISA; SMARTLINK; JCB; UNION PAY; BANKNETVN

Non-fee retaking policy:

  • Learners are permitted to re-study freely if failed in the exam or not understood clearly and deeply the contents.

Incentives:

  • 5% discount for those who pay tuitition fees before 1 week
  • 5% discount for those who are old learners of FMIT
  • Special discount giving for participants who register the Supply Chain Management course: discount up to 35% when registering the CSCP Preparation Course (for the tuition fee only).

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