Certification in Logistics & Supply Chain Management Program

The Logistics Industry is an important driver of economic growth and development.All types of businesses, big and small, need logistics managers to help with inventory and accounts receivable. A small business may have one person in charge of these duties, while large corporations have entire logistics and supply chain departments

Supply Chain Management (SCM) refers to the coordination of production, inventory, location, and transportation among the participants in a supply chain to achieve the best mix of responsiveness and efficiency for the market being served.

Whereas,”International Logistics focuses on how to manage and control overseas activities effectively as a single business unit. Therefore, companies should try to harness the value of overseas product, services, marketing, R&D and turn them into competitive advantage”.


According to PayScale, the median salary of a Supply Chain Manager in India is around 8.5 LPA. Some of the industries that are in perennial need of SCM professionals are: Manufacturing, Automotive, Retail, Construction and Services (IT/Consulting).

SCM as a career choice gives you ample opportunities to tackle challenging problems while also giving you insights about the business that very few roles can afford to (Case in point: Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, is a Supply Chain specialist).

  • Certification valid for life
  • Lifelong e-learning access
  • Free Practice Tests
  • Hard copy – Study material
  • Online e Learning Access (LMS)
  • 24*7 Support
  • Online sessions covering Logistics theories,Quality,Inventory and Material.


Course Curriculum

Introduction to Logistics
Concepts of Logistics 00:00:00
Elements of Logistics 00:00:00
P’s and R’s of Logistics 00:00:00
Forms of Logistics Management 00:00:00
Logistics Processes 00:00:00
Logistics Issues and Challenges 00:00:00
Integration with Other Business Processes 00:00:00
Integrated Logistics 00:00:00
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Basics 00:00:00
SCM Evolution 00:00:00
Supply Chain Strategy 00:00:00
Demand Management 00:00:00
Demand Forecasting 00:00:00
The Bullwhip Effect 00:00:00
SCOR Model 00:00:00
Global Supply Chain Management 00:00:00
Agile Supply Chain 00:00:00
Lean Supply Chain 00:00:00
Freight Management
Freight Logistics Strategy 00:00:00
Central Place Theory 00:00:00
Impact of Product Characteristics 00:00:00
Unit Load Concept 00:00:00
Freight Transportation and Modes 00:00:00
Freight Pricing 00:00:00
Reducing Freight Costs 00:00:00
Materials Planning
Materials Planning 00:00:00
Material Classification 00:00:00
Materials Planning Principles 00:00:00
Materials Planning and Forecasting Techniques 00:00:00
MRP (Material Requirements Planning) 00:00:00
Other Planning Techniques (VMI,QR,CRP, etc) 00:00:00
Introduction to Warehousing 00:00:00
Types of Warehouses 00:00:00
Warehouse Management System (WMS) 00:00:00
Warehouse Operating Principles 00:00:00
Warehouse Design 00:00:00
Warehouse Location 00:00:00
Warehouse Layout 00:00:00
Qualitative Factor Rating Method 00:00:00
Planning Warehouse Distribution 00:00:00
Cross-Docking 00:00:00
Stock Keeping and Accounting 00:00:00
Material Handling Systems 00:00:00
Containerization 00:00:00
Automatic Warehousing 00:00:00
Inventory Management
Inventory Management Basics 00:00:00
Inventory Classification 00:00:00
Inventory Management Models 00:00:00
Economic Order Quantity( EOQ) 00:00:00
ABC Inventory Planning 00:00:00
XYZ Analysis 00:00:00
Lead Time Management 00:00:00
Logistics and SCM Theories
Systems Approach 00:00:00
Resource-Based View Theory 00:00:00
Knowledge-based view (KBV) 00:00:00
Strategic Choice theory (SCT) 00:00:00
Principle Agency theory (PAT) 00:00:00
Systems theory (ST) 00:00:00
Transaction Cost Economics 00:00:00
Game Theory 00:00:00
Available-to-promise (ATP) 00:00:00
Theory of Constraints 00:00:00
Logistics Network Planning
What is Logistics Network Design 00:00:00
Design Issue and Data 00:00:00
Logistics Design 00:00:00
Logistics Planning 00:00:00
Logistics Costing 00:00:00
International Logistics 00:00:00
International Transaction Channels 00:00:00
International Distribution Channel 00:00:00
Supply Chain Design and Analysis
Deterministic Analytical Models 00:00:00
Stochastic Analytical Models 00:00:00
Economic Models 00:00:00
Simulation Models 00:00:00
Supply Chain Process View 00:00:00
Supply Chain Segmentation 00:00:00
Aggregate Planning 00:00:00
Planning Strategies 00:00:00
SCM Costing 00:00:00
Activity-based costing (ABC) 00:00:00
Target Costing 00:00:00
Sustainable SCM 00:00:00
Supply Chain Risk Management 00:00:00
Tools and Techniques for Logistics and SCM
CPM/PERT 00:00:00
Operations Research 00:00:00
Linear Programming 00:00:00
MRP and MRP II 00:00:00
ERP 00:00:00
JIT 00:00:00
Reports 00:00:00
Barcoding and Mobile Systems 00:00:00
Quality Management
Quality Basics 00:00:00
Service Quality 00:00:00
Quality Management Methods 00:00:00
Base Lining 00:00:00
Benchmarking 00:00:00
Value Analysis (VA/NVA) 00:00:00
TQM 00:00:00
PDCA 00:00:00
Six Sigma 00:00:00
Lean 00:00:00
5S 00:00:00
Cause-and-Effect Diagram 00:00:00
Future Developments
E-Commerce 00:00:00
E-Procurement 00:00:00
Big Data 00:00:00
Internet of Things (IoT) 00:00:00
Automation and AI 00:00:00
Warehouse Automation 00:00:00

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