Learn How to Become Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM)

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Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM) Course Overview

The Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM) course provides an understanding of and proficiency in the strategies, processes, and practices of effective planning and inventory management within the supply chain. This certification is beneficial for logistics professionals and instructors in helping to improve supply chain efficiency within their fourth-party logistics (4PL). The CPIM program helps provide individuals with the ability to use supply network designs, integrated demand/supply management, processes for inventory planning and optimization, as well as evaluating and managing customer relationships. This certification gives individuals the necessary knowledge and skill set to successfully establish a career in inventory and supply chain optimization.

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.


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You will learn:

Module 1: Supply Chain Overview
  • Section A: Operational Objectives to Meet Competitive Priorities
  • Section B: Marketing Strategies
  • Section C: Fundamentals of Sales and Operations Planning
  • Section D: Manufacturing Strategies
  • Section E: KPIs and Metrics
  • Section F: Sustainable and Socially Responsible Supply Chains
  • Section A: Creating a Product Road Map
  • Section B: Product Development
  • Section C: Characteristics of Demand
  • Section D: Forecasting
  • Section A: Master Production Schedule
  • Section B: Material Requirements Planning
  • Section C: Capacity Requirements Planning
  • Section D: Final Assembly Scheduling
  • Section E: Closing the Loop
  • Section A: Buy
  • Section B: Make
  • Section A: Inventory Investment and Days of Supply
  • Section B: Safety Stock
  • Section C: Item Segmentation
  • Section D: Order Quantity and Item Replenishment
  • Section E: Tracking Inventory Through Supply Chain
  • Section F: Basics of Reverse Logistics
  • Section G: Inventory Accuracy Audits
  • Section H: Addressing Inventory Loss
  • Section I: Planning and Managing Distribution Inventory
  • Section A: Continuous Improvement
  • Section B: Information, Process, and Emerging Technologies
  • Section A: The Environment and Strategy
  • Section B: Strategic Scope
  • Section C: Strategic Objectives
  • Section D: Developing Organizational Strategy
  • Section E: Executing and Monitoring Strategy
  • Section F: Analysis for Functional and Operational Strategies
  • Section G: Functional and Operational Strategies
  • Section H: Processes and Layouts
  • Section I: Performance Monitoring and KPIs
  • Section J: Risk Management
  • Section K: Capital Equipment and Facilities
  • Section L: Sustainability Strategies
  • Section A: Purpose of S&OP
  • Section B: S&OP Roles and Process
  • Section C: Aggregate Demand and Supply Plans
  • Section D: Reconciling S&OP Plans
  • Section A: Demand Management
  • Section B: Customers
  • Section C: Marketing and Product Management
  • Section D: Sources of Demand
  • Section E: Forecasting
  • Section F: Forecast Performance
  • Section A: Creating the Master Schedule
  • Section B: Using and Maintaining the Master Schedule
  • Section C: Rough-Cut Capacity Planning
  • Section D: MRP Design
  • Section E: Using and Managing MRP
  • Section F: CRP and MRP-Based Scheduling
  • Section G: Final Assembly Schedule
  • Section H: Suppliers
  • Section I: Purchasing
  • Section J: Product Costing
  • Section K: Changes and Supply Disruptions
  • Section L: Product Life Cycle Management
  • Section A: Inventory Planning
  • Section B: Inventory Management
  • Section C: Inventory Costs, Value, and Metrics
  • Section D: Inventory Control
  • Section E: Waste Hierarchy and Reverse Logistics
  • Section A: Planning Detailed Schedules
  • Section B: Scheduling and PAC Methods
  • Section C: Production Schedules
  • Section D: Using Detailed Schedule
  • Section A: Planning Distribution
  • Section B: Replenishment and Order Management
  • Section C: Reverse Logistics in Distribution Network
  • Section A: Quality
  • Section B: Continuous Improvement
  • Section C: Technology
Live Online Training (Duration : 48 Hours) 2650 + If you accept merging of other students. Per Participant & excluding VAT/GST
We Offer :
  • 1-on-1 Public - Select your own start date. Other students can be merged.
  • 1-on-1 Private - Select your own start date. You will be the only student in the class.

4 Hours
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Start Time : At any time

12 AM
12 PM

1-On-1 Training is Guaranteed to Run (GTR)
Group Training
05 - 10 Jun
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)
03 - 08 Jul
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)
Course Prerequisites

The Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM) program is designed for professionals with at least five years of experience in the supply chain field or basic knowledge of supply chain processes, materials management, and planning. Those applying for the program should have a minimum of a high school diploma or a country equivalent. Candidates should also possess analytical skills, knowledge of computing concepts and tools, and an understanding of the principles of supply chain management.

Target Audience

The Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM) training generally targets individuals in manufacturing and supply chain management roles, such as operations managers, purchasing managers, inventory managers, logistics specialists, and supply chain analysts
Those who have previously completed APICS or ISM certifications but are looking to deepen their knowledge in inventory management and supply chain planning processes can also benefit from such training
Additionally, professionals in different fields of business, including finance, accounting, sales, marketing, customer service, and operations management may opt for a CPIM training
Individuals in higher education planning departments, such as those in Universities, whose job includes strategizing inventory management and supply chain planning processes, may also find the training beneficial
Ultimately, CPIM training is suitable for anyone interested in honing their skills related to the planning and inventory management segment of the supply chain



Learning Objectives of Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM)

1. Learn to manage customer relations with a holistic approach
2. Understand the importance of the supply chain management in the context of production planning
3. Analyze systems and structures of different inventory management models
4. Assess and manage risks associated with inventories
5. Develop and execute purchasing strategies for efficient procurement
6. Execute a Lean Plan for Inventory Reduction
7. Understand the requirements for stock optimization
8. Identify demand and supply trends for inventory control
9. Estimate costs associated with different inventory processes
10. Develop an efficient stock reordering method for successful supply chain production



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