Supply Chain Management Courses
- CPIM – Certified Production Inventory Management Certification
- CSCP – Certified Supply Chain Professional Certification
- Inventory Management
To earn your CPIM certification you will need to take and pass the five APICS CPIM. Read the full description to find out more.
The course includes APICS CSCP Learning System, a comprehensive professional development and exam preparation program. It consists of print modules and Web-based study tools that reflect the APICS CSCP body of knowledge as defined in the APICS CSCP Exam Content Manual (ECM). Combined with the classroom experience this provides you with a broad, encompassing view of global end-to-end supply chain management.
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