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Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional VS-1024

Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional

Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional Certification Code VS-1024 Logistics & Supply Chain Management are considered as one of the most powerful sources of competitive advantage in recent times. It attempts to enhance the traditional management by focusing on the organization and integration amongst the various partners of supply chain for better management and thus providing greater value to the consumer. Vskills Certified logistics and SCM professionals find employment in various transportation, warehousing, distribution and shipping conglomerates.

Why should one take this certification? To develop knowledge, skills and competencies in the field of logistics and supply chain management and learn about the different aspects of logistics functions, including purchasing, operations, warehousing and transportation and supply chain management. It enables you to understand logistics and supply chain management and the global logistics industry.

Who will benefit from from taking this certification? This certification is designed for those who plan a professional career or specialization in the field of logistics and supply chain management. It seeks to benefit individuals involved in operations, warehousing, transportation and SCM, third party logistics providers or any individuals seeking to expand their understanding of the global logistics and transport industry.

Test Details: • • •

Duration: 60 minutes No. of questions: 50 Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module.

Fee Structure: Rs. 2,000/- (Includes all taxes)

Companies that hire Vskills Certified Logistics and SCM Professionals Professionals Logistics and Supply Chain professionals are in great demand and major companies in India hire them. International job consultants also are constantly looking for overseas jobs. The skill is also greatly in demand in super specialized government projects on contract basis.

Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional

Table of Content I. Introduction to Logistics I.1 Interface between Logistics Manufacturing I.2 Logistics: Manufacturing issues in Customer Service. I.3 Production scheduling I.4 Interface between Logistics Marketing

II. Material Management II.1 Introduction II.2 Objectives and Functions of Materials Management II.3 Functions of Material Management II.4 Secondary Functions

III Distribution Channel Management III.1 Functions of Marketing Channels III.2 Importance of Channel Distribution III.3 Types of Channel Arrangement III.4 Type of Channel Members III.5 Activities performed by marketing channels III.6 Role of Intermediary in a Marketing Channel III.7 Types of Intermediaries III.8 Difference between Direct and Indirect Marketing Channels III.9 Multiple Channels of Distribution III.10 Channel Flow III.11 Establishment Issues

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III.12 Level of Distribution Coverage III.13 Managing Marketing Channels III.14 Selecting Channel Members III.15 Implementing Channel Strategy III.16 Evaluating Channel Performance

IV Warehouse Management and Control IV.1 Warehouse Management System (WMS) IV.2 Warehousing IV.3 Warehouse operating principles IV.4 Warehouse strategy IV.5 Planning the distribution warehouse IV.6 Warehouse layout IV.7 Types of Material handling systems in warehousing

V Transportation V.1 Importance of Transportation V.2 Modes of Transport V.3 Containerization

VI Supply chain Management VI.1 Porter Value Chain VI.2 Working of SCM VI.3 Manufacturing Flow Management VI.4 International Supply Chain and Logistics VI . 5 Supply Chain Management in Rural Areas

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VII Distribution and Networking Networking in SCM VII.1 Factors Influencing Distribution Network Design VII.2 Design Options for a Distribution Network VII.3 Selecting a Distribution Network Design

VIII Cost Analysis and Measurement in SCM VIII.1 Costs in supply Chain VIII.2 Importance and Need for cost analyses VIII.3 Analyzing supply Chain Cost VIII.4 Classification of Supply Chain Costs VIII.5 Performance Measurement VIII.6 Evaluation of performance in Supply Chain Management VIII. 7 Design Strategy in Supply Chain Management VIII.8 Outsourcing VIII.9 Design for Logistics

IX Mathematical Modeling Modeling in Logistics IX.1 Applications of Network Optimization IX.2 Formulating Transportation Problem IX.3 Transshipment Problems IX.4 Network Models

X Role of Information Technology in SCM X.1 Electronic Commerce (e-commerce) X.2 Electronic Data Interchange X.3 Bar Coding and Scanning

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X.4 Data Warehouse X.5 Internet X.6 Intranet/Extranet X.7 World Wide Web X. 8 Decision Support Systems X.9 Manufacturing Process systems X.10 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) X.11 Distribution on Requirements Planning (DRP) X.12 Supply Chain Planning (SCP)

Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional

Course Outline I. Introduction to Logistics Explains the activities performed and the decisions taken to facilitate the flow of goods and services. Describes the various components of logistics management. Explains the primary strategies followed by every organization in the competitive environment.

Explains the primary determinants for an effective operation of logistic interface and describes the competitive priorities and manufacturing strategies followed in any organization. Understand the manufacturing/logistics issues at the interface to improve customer service.

Explains the concepts of production scheduling and its benefits. Explains the relation between logistics and marketing.

II. Material Management Explains the process and importance of Materials Management. Describes the primary and secondary objectives of Materials Management. Describes the primary functions of Materials Management such as Materials Requirement Planning (MRP), purchasing, planning and controlling the inventory, ascertaining and managing the flow and supply of material and ensuring Quality Control. Describes the secondary functions of Materials Management such as simplification and standardization, monitoring the design and development of the product, taking appropriate make and buy decision, ensure proper coding and classification of material and proper forecasting and planning of demand of the product.

III Distribution Channel Management Management Explains the basic distribution channels and the standard functions performed by manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers as well another channels members existing in the channel arrangement. Explains the importance of channel distribution in the channel arrangement. Explains Independent and Dependent channels in a given channel arrangement. Explains the different type of channel members that is Reseller and Specialty Service Providers. Understand the activities performed by marketing channels such as Disseminating Marketing Communications and Promote Brands, Sorting and Regrouping Products, Storing and Managing Inventory, Product distribution, Assume Ownership Risk and Extend Credit and Share Marketing and Other Information. Explains the role and functions performed by an intermediary in a distribution channel.

Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional

Describes the advantages and disadvantages of using an intermediary in a distribution channel. Explains the different types of intermediary existing in a distribution system. Distinguish between Direct and Indirect Marketing Channels. Explains the functioning of Multiple Channels of distribution and describes the structure of Channel Levels. Explains the channel flow in a Distribution Channel Arrangement. Explains the factors to be considered when designing a distribution strategy such as Marketing decision issues and Channel Relationship issues. Understand the levels of Distribution Coverage such as Mass Coverage, selective Coverage and Exclusive Coverage. Understand the management of the Marketing Channels Explains the process of electing the Channel Members by considering the nature and importance of Marketing Channels, developing channel objective and strategy and determining the channel structure. Describes the steps involved in implementing channel strategy and evaluating the channel performances by taking into account financial evaluation, working relationship, legal and ethical issues and level of market exposure. Explains the Forward and Reverse channels of distribution. Understand the concept of Physical distribution and explains the components of physical distribution management system.

IV Warehouse Management and Control Explains the common warehouse storage system, important elements of warehousing and describes an effective layout of the warehouse storage system. Describes the working of the Warehouse Management System (WMS) and its objectives. Explains benefits of warehousing and describes the primary principles involved in operating a warehouse. Understand the warehousing strategies and explains the planning of the distribution of warehouses. Explains the proper layout of a warehouse in terms of pilferage protection and product deterioration. Describes the different type of material handling system in warehousing. Describes the different types of material handling equipments such as conveyor, crane, elevators and hoists, industrial trucks, auxiliary equipments and other miscellaneous handling equipments.

V Transportation Explains procedure and importance of transportation. Describes the different modes of transportation such as land transport, water transport and air transport.

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Describes freight containers as defined by International Organization for Standardization (ISO), advantages of a container, classification of containers and the standard container dimensions and capacity.

VI Supply chain Management Describes the Porter Value Chain and the primary activities involved in competing in any industry as defined by Porter.

Explains the working of SCM and describes the integrated Supply Chain Management System in terms of Customer relationship management, Demand management, Customer service Management and Customer order fulfillment.

Understand Manufacturing flow management in terms of product procurement and development and commercialization. Explains the International supply chain and logistics and describes the international commercial terms. Describes the criticalities pertaining to logistics in rural areas and the carious storage options available.

VII Distribution and Networking in SCM SCM Explain the Factors Influencing Distribution Network Design such as the customer needs and the cost of meeting customer needs. Explains the design for a distribution network being classified on the basis of Manufacturer storage with direct shipping, Manufacturer storage with direct shipping and in-transit merge, Distributor storage with package carrier delivery, Distributor storage with last mile delivery, Manufacturer / distributor storage with costumer pickup and Retail storage with customer pickup.

VIII VIII Cost Analysis and Measurement in SCM Describes the effect of distribution network on the cost in terms of Inventories, Transportation, Facilities and handling and Information. Understand the importance and need of cost analyses. Describes the process of analyzing supply chain cost with the help of Activity Based Costing (ABC) method and explains the classification of these costs. Describes the techniques for measurement of supply performance with the help of Benchmarking and Balance Score Card. Explains the SCOR-Model and the steps involved in improving the supply chain performance. Describes the techniques for evaluating the performance in supply chain management using Inventory turnover ratio and Weeks-of-Supply. Describes the design strategies in supply chain management using Bullwhip effect. Explains the reasons and benefits of Outsourcing. Understand the design for logistics using Mass customization and the principle involved in organizing an effective mass customization program. Explains the Price-Break Model and the procedure of calculating the Price-Break.

Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional

IX Mathematical Modeling in Logistics Understand the Mathematical modeling in logistics using Transportation, Assignment and Transshipment problem. Explains the Network models using PERT (Project Evaluation Review technique)/CPM (Critical Path Method), Shortest Path problems, Maximum Flow Problem and Minimum Spanning Tree Problem.

X Role of Information Technology in SCM Explains the role of IT in integrated SCM. Explains the IT applications in SCM. Explains the emergence of Electronic Commerce (e-commerce) and the major challenges faced in is implementation Explains the process of Electronic data interchange or EDI to facilitate computer to computer interchange of business documents and/or information between trading partners. Explains the advantages of EDI in terms of cost reduction. Describes the process of Coding and Scanning and the general benefits of Bar Code technology in the supply chain environment.

Explains the concept of Data Warehousing and its advantages. Explains the concept of Intranet/Extranet in an organization. Explains the concept of Decision Support System to provide computerized support to complex non-routine and partially structured decisions.

Understand the concept of Manufacturing Process System (MPS) and its objectives. Describe the evolution and development of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System and Distribution Requirement Planning (DRP). Explains the process of Supply Chain Planning (SCP).

Certified Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professional

Sample Questions 1. NonNon-destructive methods of inspecting and identifying goods in transportation systems is called _________ A. Radiography B. Cargo Scanning C. Produce Inspection D. Goods Verification

2. Which of these is not a criterion for site selection for a warehouse warehouse? ouse? A. Cost Of Procurement Should Be Less B. Should Be Located In A Major Industrial Area. C. Services Like Labor Etc Should Be Easily Available D. Must Be Sufficiently High To Afford Proper Drainage

3. It is common for international marketers to ________ ________ their channel strategies for each country. A. Extend B. Adapt C. Restrict D. Eliminate

4. In an automobile manufacturing facility, the management has brought down the cost of ordering of automotive components from Rs 500 to Rs 50 through the introduction introduction of electronic ordering. The annual demand of cars is 15,000 units. Inventory carrying cost of automotive components is Rs 20 per unit per year. The inventory turnover ratio in both the cases would be A. 33.64 And 107.48 B. 34.64 And 109.48 C. 32.64 And 112.48 D. 35.64 And 111.48

5. The typical aim of the push approach to supply chain management is ____________ . A. To Reduce Costs Of Distribution B. To Enhance Product And Service Quality C. To Reduce Costs Of New Product Development D. Both First And Third Answer Above Answers: 1 (B), 2 (B), 3 (B), 4 (B), 5 (D)

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