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Supply Chain Management

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills in the coordination and integration of supply chain issues from logistics, marketing (channels of distribution), and operations management to develop a broad understanding of a global supply chain management. The course will also provide participants with strategic decisions that involves the configuration of processes, product designs, investment in productive resources, and development of partnerships with suppliers and channels of distribution. The implications of industry globalisation drivers for supply chains and the retrieval of relevant international business and trade data will be extensively discussed in this course.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge to continuous improve all aspects of the supply chain is necessary to remain competitive in the current global economy. The course will also emphasis on the improvement of transactional focus of buyers and suppliers that cannot meet this demand for continuous improvement in lead-time, quality, and overall supplier performance. This course will furnish the current innovative supplier relationship management solutions that will mitigate the challenges that are experienced by suppliers when dealing with buyers.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to denote the integration of key international business processes from end user through original suppliers for the purpose of adding value for the firm, its key supply chain members, to include customers and other stakeholders. The course will also discuss a framework for supply chain management that requires cross-functional integration of key business processes within the firm and across the network of firms that comprise the supply chain. This course approaches supply chain management from a managerial perspective and introduces concepts in a format useful for management decision making. This course will provide an overview of the international logistics function within a firm in the context of international logistics and supply chain where the following components will be discussed; methods of entry into foreign markets, international contracts, international transportation, logistics security, and customs clearance.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge to offer excellent customer services whereby they will be able to provide solutions to any challenges that may arise within their working environments. The participants will also learn how to continuously improve professionalism and value addition to clients’ relationships. The course will also will intensify the participants’ understanding on product channel management enroute to the customers, but also delivering multiple opportunities to enhance income and extend sales penetration. The course will enable the participants to develop innovative strategies of thinking to allow an increase on Return On Investment (ROI) provided by the existing distribution channels.

This course is designed to equip participants with an in-depth knowledge and skills on the effective exploration of the key elements within successful supply chain management –forward demand planning techniques and approaches, effectively enhancing efficiency, managing bottleneck situations and concludes with the development and enhancement of effective risk management within the supply chain environment. The course also provide the participants with a greater understanding of global logistics management, from the impacts upon supply chain efficiency, through to the use of hub strategies, and fleet management whether in – house or via a 3PL or 4PL outsource arrangement.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge to have an in – depth understanding of procurement from the logistics and supply chain management perspectives. The course also provide knowledge on the procurement processes, procurement management strategies, procurement marketing and segmentation, international sourcing, supplier relationship management, price / cost analysis, negotiations and contract management. The course will also provide strategic procurement related approaches, techniques and methods to improve procurement performance.

This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to make critical decisions for a holistic manufacturing system design. The participants will also be taught frameworks and models for structuring the key issues and trade-offs in manufacturing and supply chain. The course also introduces the participants to the newer innovative solutions brought about by the internet and e – commerce in order to foster higher levels of productivity through effectiveness and efficiency. Finally the course furnishes various models, methodologies and software tools that can be implemented for logistics network design, capacity planning and flexibility, make – buy, and integration with product development.

This course is designed to equip participants with the extensive knowledge and skills in warehouse management strongly expressing modern significant concepts in inventory / stores field, allowing you to respond to the ever – changing operational demands created by the ever – changing business environment. The course also provides the participants with hands – on methodologies and processes in improving equipment selection, warehouse layouts, warehouse control, put-away, packing, loading, picking, and receiving, in specific business lines. The course also outline the crucial linkages between warehouse and supply chain management while transforming warehouses into a pro-active force that reduces inventory investment, reducing carrying costs, boosts confidence in physical supply and distribution service levels, and increases customer and user satisfaction.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge on how a food supply chain is structured, operates, performs and is managed to increase its competitiveness and sustainability. The course also provides participants with an in – depth understanding on the major concepts and practical approaches defining the value chains and supply chains' structures, strategies and dynamics. The course provide participants with evitable techniques of information provision among all of the parties along the chain is critical for enabling lot traceability, collaborative coordination and optimization of operations, product consistency and quality management, regulatory compliance, and ultimately, customer safety and satisfaction.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills in having an in – depth understanding of supply chain risk management principles, including effective ways to identify, mitigate, and measure the impact of potential supply chain disruptions. The course also teaches the participants to ensure organisations become industry forerunner, by better managing their supply chains to achieve reduced costs, whilst at the same time, improving service levels. The course also introduces numerous effective risk mitigation solutions to ensure a smooth running supply chain process management.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge in the systematic overview of the planning, organization, operational and financial dimensions in humanitarian global logistics and supply chain management in fragile environments within the African context. The course also provides the participants with the essential skills to rescue and relocation of affected communities, movement of relief supplies and emergency transfer of casualties and relief workers involved in the operations. The course will also provide participants with supporting efficient systems to ensure emergency supplies reach those in need in the most effective way.

This course is designed to equip participants with sustainability in and sustainable development of contemporary supply chain management, ranging from suppliers and customers towards logistics services providers and consumers. The course also provide participants with an in – depth supply chain perspective including multiple stakeholders ranging from raw material suppliers, to customers and even post – consumption management, and second – cycle supply chain stakeholders.

This course is designed to equip participants with extensive knowledge and skills in operations management strategies and the examination of core areas in supply chain management and logistics. The course also provide the participants with the capacity to generate and implement strategies for both supply chain and operations management putting in place sustainable systems that gives the organisation greater economies of scale. The course will also discuss stakeholder communication, inventory management, warehousing, transportation, and facility location.

This course was designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to effectively manage the increasingly complex global supply chain operations and new digital technologies to resolve big data challenges. The course will also enhance participants with advanced supply chain modelling and analytics skills in diverse environments with the objective of measuring the performance of various strategies, methods and technologies. This course also aimed at providing the participants in depth – understanding on the concepts of multi – criterion decision making in supplier selection and rating, inventory management techniques under uncertain demand and supply environment, mathematical models for design of transportation networks, and the role of soft computing techniques for matching supply with demand.

This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to apply and develop mathematical modeling tools for the analysis of strategic, tactical, and operational supply – chain problems including facility location, customer assignment, vehicle routing, and inventory management. The course also provides participants with innovative modelling and simulation tools that are used to develop alternative designs and select the best design or alternative with respect to the desired criteria for all the functions in the entire supply chain management. This course will also extensively discuss the challenges underlying the design and operation of contemporary supply chains, with a special emphasis on the logistical issues relating to the material and the information flow in these systems.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills in the application of digitisation which has directly impacts on the three core function of supply chain management, and how enabling technologies such as cloud computing and big data analytics enhance operations. The course also exposed the participants to the available digital platforms and its features relative to a traditional view of supply chains. The course also provide participants with sustainable continuous process improvement techniques through the application of digitisation in supply chain and logistics.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to develop sustainable supply and value chain management solutions that holistically addresses the prevailing business challenges through innovative means. The course will also provide participants with an in – depth understanding on different customers value, measuring inputs and outputs to assess value, and generating higher value for customers and surpluses for organisations. The course also provides the participants with best practices on how to control and manage logistical systems within the value chain in order to minimise and mitigate unnecessary costs and risks.

This course designed to equip participants with an in – depth understanding of the framework for risk assessment, mitigation, management, approaches, tools and techniques for risk assessment, preparedness, and mitigation in supply chain management. The course also expose the participants to the utilisation of emerging technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence, and predictive analytics in anticipating, planning for, avoiding, and managing supply chain risk. The course will also discuss the structural, relational and operational factors that play a pivotal role during a supply chain disruption and the mechanisms for the effective management of these identified factors.

The course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge to choose the appropriate tools and techniques to plan, control and manage the supply chain to achieve overall efficiency and effectiveness. The course also acquaint the participants with the management of supply chain which is a process of strategically managing the procurement, movement and storage of materials, parts and finished inventory and related information flows through the organization. The course also instill total quality management in all aspects of the operations, forecasting future profitability and continuous improving to ensure effective operational performance of the organisation.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge in procurement and supply chain management which involves the purchasing, storage and control of inventory such as, control of machinery, equipment, goods, raw material and other resources required by an organisation in the provision of its products and services. The course also provide participants with on the development and implementation of significant strategies for the acquisition of all materials, goods, equipment and services to reduce operating costs while improving quality and productivity.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage contracts and engaging suppliers to deliver positive results for significant procurement processes. This course also involves the development and release of appropriate invitation documentation, receipt of tenders and quotations, the evaluation of offers and undertaking negotiations. The course will also enhance the participants to conduct planning activities, undertake effective tender evaluation and contract negotiation, conduct a range of supplier engagement activities and deal with contract management issues appropriately.

This course is designed to equip participants with in – depth knowledge and skills to effectively understand the commercial procurement process and further extend functional areas in supply chain management that involves; influencing policy, financial analysis, commercial procurement law and the development of service delivery strategies. The course also provides participants with the effective management of the entire procurement cycle that equips procurement professionals to be well vested in commercial contracts and supply chain management.

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