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CSCP Teleclass, Weekly Tues 9AM-1PM

January 16, 2018 9:00 AM to April 03, 2018 1:00 PM
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Scope:  From manufacturers to service providers, regardless of whether a firm’s clients are businesses or consumers, for-profit or not, supply chain management (SCM) impacts all organizations.  Customers already demand high quality and low prices.  In today’s global markets, user convenience, delivery speed, and promise date reliability are becoming increasingly important from a value perspective.  As a result, flawless deployment has become essential to competing successfully in a global marketplace.

 

CSCP takes a broad view of SCM, extending beyond internal operations to encompass all the links throughout a value chain network—from supplier to end consumer—and how to effectively integrate, manage, and innovate these activities to optimize supply chain performance.  Web tools with an online dictionary, e-flashcards, practice questions, pre- and post-tests are included with each Participant Learning System.

 

Who Should Attend?  Operations professionals holding a bachelor’s degree, an APICS or ISM certification, or with five years of business experience qualify to sit for the CSCP certification Exam.  CSCP’s designation is ideal for professionals employed by retailers, distributors, government or manufacturers--or for service providers within the logistics, customshouse brokerage, international trade or financing, ERP, consulting, or teaching sectors.  This online class is being held on Tuesday mornings from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6,  2/20, 2/27, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27 & 4/3, 2018. 

 

Cost:  Registration fee of $3,335 member/$3,990 nonmember includes tuition, exam fee plus the following materials:

  • CSCP Participant Learning System (1200+ pages)
  • CSCP Slide Deck
  • CSCP Exam Credit (valid for six months)
  • Access to online learning suite

Curriculum:  Classes are highly interactive with a combination of reading assignments, group discussions, hands-on exercises, worksheets, web clips and case studies.  44 classroom hours will be devoted to each of the three CSCP Modules:

     1.  Supply Chain Design (2 spiral-bound books)

     2.  Supply Chain Planning & Execution (2 spiral-bound books)

     3.  Supply Chain Improvement & Best Practices (1 book)

 

Meet Your Instructor:

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Ms. Maryanne Ross, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP, CLTD

Maryanne has been active in adult education for over 25 years, starting her own training company in October 2001. She is recognized through the APICS Instructor Development Program as a Master Instructor for CPIM and CSCP and a Lead Instructor for Lean Enterprise, Global Sourcing and the Principles Courses. She is also recognized as a Master Instructor of new instructors for all three of the APICS Instructor Training Programs.

 

Maryanne has 18 years of experience in a variety of manufacturing, purchasing and logistics positions, including automotive, medical, consumer goods, electronic and food industries.

 

Maryanne has been an APICS member for over 27 years. She has developed interactive exercises to enhance the entire suite of APICS CSCP and CPIM review courses, and has served as a subject matter expert on the APICS CPIM, CSCP, and Principles content development committees. She has also been instrumental in creating activities and enhancements for the Principles and Lean programs. Her passion is stimulating the learning experience for adult learners and she consistently earns high course evaluations from her clients. Her students experience higher-than average certification pass rates. She has developed and internationally conducted her own workshops, including Inventory Management, Logistics, Lean for Office, and Lean for Warehousing. She is often engaged to deliver Lean training for Fortune 500 organizations, utilizing their internally developed curriculums, working in union and non-union environments

 

She has trained several thousand participants around the world, working for clients such as Astra Zeneca, Exxon Mobil, AOL, Merck, DuPont, Volvo, Northrop Grumman, Hollister, Fairchild Controls, The Hershey CompanyJLG, Manitowoc Crane Group, Wabtec, and the US Department of Veterans Affairs.

 

Maryanne has written online curriculum and delivered many web-based courses and webinars in conjunction with APICS and Accenture. She has served on the APICS Board of Directors, and has served for over 25 years at the chapter and district volunteer level. She is currently serving as APICS Maine Chapter President.

 

Tickets

$3,335.00 DC Metro Chapter Members

$3,335.00 Remote APICS Members

$3,990.00 Nonmember