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WHY IT MATTERS.

Just because you know how to bend metal or mix ingredients, does it mean you understand scheduling production and just because you understand production scheduling, doesn’t mean you fully understand manufacturing.  Success comes from a blend of the two so a person can see how the whole manufacturing and supply chain dynamics weave together and interact.  Only in CPIA do we have them coming together.  CPIA covers not only an Introduction to Manufacturing, but covers Operations Management, Materials Management, but manufacturing itself, manufacturing processes, and as well, manufacturing support processes.  And it does it in a way that feels like you’re right there.  It is the only course I’ve seen that puts this combination together.  It’s made for the person who wants to learn and lead a manufacturing group.

In addition, you will demonstrate your ability to implement the knowledge gained from the certification via your play of The Fresh Connection where you will improve and save a manufacturing company by making decisions that align with and support the supply chain strategy.  Upon completion you will receive a write up of your play in the simulation that you can carry with you as demonstration of your ability to apply your certification learning

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ONLINE CLASSES

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PUBLIC CLASSES

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IN-HOUSE SESSION

THIS CERTIFICATION WILL TEACH

YOU THE FOLLOWING

  1. The importance of manufacturing

  2. How Operations is the coordinating function of manufacturing

  3. Planning and scheduling priorities in manufacturing

  4. Determining and controlling capacities in manufacturing

  5. Materials Management from an information standpoint

  6. Materials Management from a physical standpoint

  7. Technologies and strategies of manufacturing

  8. Processes and materials in manufacturing

  9. Key supporting manufacturing functions

  10. The importance of improving manufacturing continuously

THIS CERTIFICATION WILL PREPARE YOU TO

CREATE, IMPLEMENT, AND MANAGE THE FOLLOWING

  1. Foundational good habits in the supply chain

  2. Essential processes for each element of the supply chain

  3. Central practices to implement that are necessary for success

  4. Principal strategies to select from

  5. Required philosophies and practices to implement to continually improve

COURSE OUTLINE

(CPIA) CERTIFIED PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY ANALYST

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DURATION

40 HOURS

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INVESTMENT

US$ 1895

MODULE 1 - 4

01. Introduction To Manufacturing And Operations Management

  • Business Formation and Business Strategy

  • Business Functions and Activities

  • Management

  • Supply Chains and Customer Service

02. Operations Planning And Scheduling

  • Forecasting and Demand Management

  • Planning and Scheduling

  • Materials Planning

  • Capacity Planning

 

03. Materials Management

  • Purchasing, and Warehousing

  • Inventory Management and Materials Handling

  • Transportation and Distribution

04. Manufacturing And Manufacturing Processes

  • Manufacturing and Technology

  • Manufacturing Strategies

  • Types of Production

  • Manufacturing Processing, & Manufacturing Materials

MODULE 5

05. Manufacturing And Operations Support Functions

  • Industrial Engineering and Productivity Improvement

  • Quality, Inspection, Metrology, & Maintenance

  • Lean and Waste Management

  • Continuous Improvement

Play The Fresh Connection

  • Build internal or external teams 

  • Understand the importance and relevance of a company and supply chain strategy 

  • Translate strategy into action 

  • Learn to speak the same language’ with other value chain partners, internally or externally 

  • Appreciate cross-functional trade-offs in the value chain 

  • Experience the power of a well-designed set of KPI’s