Introduction to supply chain management
This comprehensive one-day programme has been designed to provide participants with an overview of basic supply chain principles and concepts and to identify potential opportunities for reducing costs, minimising risks and adding value across the supply chain.
This could include reducing inventory, procurement, transport and storage costs.
Fundamentally, the object of the programme is to empower participants to be able to collaborate with all key stakeholders across the supply chain.
- Appreciate the importance of the supply chain as a source of competitive advantage
- Understand the tools and techniques available to improve supply chain performance
- Analyse and mitigate risks across the supply chain
- Identify opportunities for improvements in their respective supply chains
- Demonstrate competence in the pro-active management of the supply chain
Who should attend?
The majority of the training we deliver is either tailored or completely bespoke. This workshop can therefore be delivered entirely as advertised, or it can be tailored to your particular requirements, or we can simply take it as a starting point for a conversation with you before we draft a completely bespoke programme for you – the choice is yours.
Paul is an experienced business manager who approaches all aspects of his work with a clear focus on the improvement of profit through cost reduction, development of markets in locations such as India and China, and improvement of skills in the workforce.
He is an experienced overseas operator and has undertaken projects in many diverse locations such as Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Angola, Indonesia, USA, China, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Sweden and Turkey.
Paul is a MCIPS, BTEC and IACCM trainer in procurement, supply chain and inventory management; he is a Prince2 qualified project manager and a Six Sigma Green Belt; and he is currently finalising his doctorate on sustainable design principles. He also has UK national security clearance.
Any questions? Please just give us a call on 01582 463463 – we’re here to help!