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Supply Chain Management

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Revolutionize Your Supply Chain

The credential aims to promote transparency and trust in the supply chain. In the past, supply chain operations were often opaque, making it difficult for businesses to identify where problems arose and how to address them. With this credential, businesses can now have greater visibility into their supply chain operations, allowing them to identify and address issues as they arise.

Additionally, the credential is designed to create and maintain a secure, efficient, and cost-effective supply chain. Supply chain operations often involve a complex network of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers, making it challenging to ensure that products are delivered on time and at the right cost. The credential seeks to address these challenges by providing a secure, efficient, and cost-effective system for managing supply chain operations.

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Industry Trends and Rationale

Why Now?

Industry trends in US supply chain management include a heightened focus on resilience and agility, driven by the lessons of recent global disruptions. Emphasis is on sustainable and ethical practices and technology integration enhancing visibility and efficiency. Additionally, e-commerce's continued expansion is reshaping distribution strategies, emphasizing the need for seamless omnichannel operations.

This program has been designed to equip learners with the knowledge and skills that are essential for optimizing supply chain operations, reducing costs, evaluating suppliers, developing effective sourcing strategies, and designing and implementing efficient delivery and distribution strategies that can improve customer satisfaction.

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Why is this Different?

Why Enroll in this Certification?

Customized to Industry Needs

This training program caters to the specific needs and challenges of different industries and organizations.

Designed by Industry Experts

The program is designed by industry experts and veterans with years of experience in the supply chain industry.

Practical Training

The activities, case studies, and simulations are woven into the program to encourage active learner participation and engagement. This provides learners with hands-on experience in a real-world retail setting, which can help them apply what they have learned in a practical setting.

Outcome-Oriented Approach

After this certification focuses on achieving specific objectives and outcomes. The learners will be able to see tangible benefits and apply the learning to their professional lives.


The learners can choose the duration and mode of learning and hence balance their learning needs with their personal and professional commitments.


This program provides learners with ongoing support and resources to help them achieve their learning goals.

Course Outcomes

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of Supply Chain Management (SCM), covering key concepts, strategies, and practical applications. Participants will delve into the intricacies of managing the flow of goods, services, and information from the initial raw material stage through production, distribution, and delivery to the end consumer.

We offer a comprehensive training program in Supply Chain Management which includes

  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • Planning in Supply Chain Management
  • Sourcing in Supply Chain Management
  • Making in Supply Chain Management
  • Delivering in Supply Chain Management
  • Returning in Supply Chain Management
  • Performance Measurement in Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Integration
  • Supply Chain Risk Management
  • Sustainability in Supply Chain Management
  • Globalization and Supply Chain Management
  • Technology in Supply Chain Management
  • E-Commerce and Supply Chain Management
  • Outsourcing and Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Innovation and Optimization
  • Future of Supply Chain Management

Enrolling in a supply chain management training program can prepare individuals for a range of career prospects and job titles, depending on their interests and specialization. Here are some career prospects and job titles for students who enroll in supply chain management training.

  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Logistics Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Procurement Specialist
  • Demand Planner
  • Warehouse/Logistics Coordinator
  • Distribution Analyst

The salary range for some of the job titles:

  • The average salary for a Supply Chain Manager in the United States typically ranges from $80,000 to $130,000 per year.
  • The average salary for a Supply Chain Operations Manager in the United States typically ranges from $75,000 to $120,000 per year.
  • The average salary for a Supply Chain Analyst in the United States typically ranges from $55,000 to $80,000 per year.

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