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Duration

14 weeks

Tuition

$869

  Vancouver

Apr 16-Jul 16

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

1960

Scholarships

no

The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) course covers concepts, strategies, processes, tools, and technologies applied to managing the end-to-end forward and backward flow of materials, information, and value in a supply chain. The subject matter is organized into eight content areas. These include Supply Chains, Demand Management, and Forecasting, Global Supply Chain Networks, Sourcing Products and Services, Internal Operations and Inventory, Forward and Reverse Logistics, Supply Chain Relationships, Supply Chain Risk, and Optimization, Sustainability, and Technology.

Topics of study include Demand Analysis, Data Privacy, Data Security, Supply Chain Master Data, Make-Versus-Buy, Outsourcing, Offshoring, Sourcing Requirements and Total Costs, Supply Base Analysis and Sizing, Supplier Evaluation and Selection, Purchase Orders, Inventory, Traceability, Accuracy, and Disposition, Distribution Services and Delivery Patterns, Supplier Performance, Supply Chain Strategic Value and Optimization, Sustainability Reporting and Standards, Emerging Technology Trends, and Technology Assessment and Implementation.

In addition, it helps the student prepare for the CSCP exam. Your CSCP journey will begin with the CSCP Learning System. The CSCP Learning System is a comprehensive program that contains print and online reading materials, online practice tests, and interactive study tools to ensure students are prepared for the CSCP exam.

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British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)

World-class facility when it comes to teaching trades and technology.

Mike B

January 30, 2024

Graduated From

Web Development and Design 1

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

In my opinion, it's a world-class facility when it comes to teaching trades and technology. I've taken a lot of post-secondary education at more places than I care to admit, and the courses I took at BCIT were among the best overall.

I took a va...

In my opinion, it's a world-class facility when it comes to teaching trades and technology. I've taken a lot of post-secondary education at more places than I care to admit, and the courses I took at BCIT were among the best overall.

I took a variety of classes in Business Admin and then - a few years later - in Web Design. When I left the classes, I felt as though I'd really learned something useful that I could apply right away. (Other places tend to give you a lot of theory, but you're not always confident that you could apply those skills right away.)

I worked in the Human Resources sector for a few years, and someone with a BCIT program on their resume was someone whose resume got read. If you have a chance to study there, take it.

British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)

Teachers are well rounded with knowledge from may sectors of the industry

Kevin Spivak

January 30, 2024

Graduated From

not provided

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

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Studied to be a heavy duty equipment technician. I took the foundations course it was a long 9 months but we'll worth it got an apprenticeship as a heavy equipment mechanic 7 months into the course teachers are well rounded with knowledge from many sec...

Studied to be a heavy duty equipment technician. I took the foundations course it was a long 9 months but we'll worth it got an apprenticeship as a heavy equipment mechanic 7 months into the course teachers are well rounded with knowledge from many sectors of the industry.

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