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Chapter News

 
CPIM Reconfiguration

CPIM is being rebranded (Part1 and Part2). Part1 is a beefed up Basics (or BSCM) and Part2 is an amalgamation of the other 4 modules (i.e., MPR, DSP, ECO, and SMR).  

Click here for details of CPIM Part 1 & 2

Click here for reconfiguration timeline

Click here for running commentary blog



CSCP now at Mohawk

The APICS CSCP review course is now being offered at Mohawk College.

Click here for details of CSCP

Click here for course schedule



Focused Workshop Update

Lean Inventory and Production Management Focus Workshop

Are you ready to succeed?
This one-day workshop will focus on Lean Production Management and Lean Inventory

  ** Date: TBD (Q4 2017) **

Click here to see past offering details 


APICS Customer-Focused Supply Chain Management


Enable your organizations supply chain operations
APICS is pleased to announce a new, one-day course for professionals in functions that support the supply chain (for example, sales and marketing, accounting, information technology, and senior executives).
 
The class, Customer-Focused Supply Chain Management, will provide an insider's view of supply chain management. It offers fundamental knowledge of the functions of SCM and is designed to quickly and effectively educate team members who interact with or support supply chain activities, helping to increase efficiency and generate ideas for improvements.
 
After this course, participants can more fully contribute to the cross-functional and interorganizational processes of a successful supply chain. Further, the class leads participants and others in their organizations to the APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP), Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM), and other APICS programs.
 
The course strengthens the entire team and fosters appreciation of a properly structured and managed supply chain.

Benefits to Participants
Participants in this program will:
  • Learn the basic terminology used in SCM and be able to more effectively communicate with SCM teams.
  • Understand the basic elements of SCM and how improvements in processes and communication can lead to increased overall customer satisfaction and profitability.
  • Be more fully integrated as a part of the team supporting the increasingly important SCM function