International Professional Managers Association (IPMA) Certificate in Logistics, Warehousing and Inventory Control (CLWI)

International Professional Managers Association (IPMA) Certificate in Logistics, Warehousing and Inventory Control (CLWI)

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Introduction
1. Logistics Operations
Course Objectives

Resolve logistics problems and issues
Improve logistics operations and complete daily operations skillfully
Develop result orientated and dynamic logistics professional
Increase productivity and contribution of logistics personnel

2. Warehousing Operations
Course Objectives

A well-managed warehouse is now recognised as a potentially major source of competitive advantage as opposed to just another source of cost before product reaches the customer.

3. Inventory Control
Course Objectives

This training session is designed to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the knowledge, skills and competency required to plan and control the inventory at the workplace. It is also important to plan the right amount of materials so as to reduce the inventory holding cost and also to provide adequate theft preventive measures. After training, participants will be in a position to apply their new skills directly to their everyday working environment.

Brief Description of Modules
1. Logistics Operations

i. Logistics – Concepts and Frame Work
ii. Logistical Customer Service
iii. Computerized Picking and Shipping Instructions
iv. Order Picking
v. Automated Materials Handling
vi. Packaging
vii. Mark and Label Packed Goods for Shipping
viii. Issue and Despatch
ix. Documents for Movement of Goods
x. International Commercial Terms 2010
xi. Methods of Payment

2. Warehousing Operations
i. Role of the warehouse in the supply chain
ii. Types of Warehouses
iii. Warehouse Space Planning
iv. Warehouse Storage Layout Planning
v. Warehouse Receiving/Put-Away Function
vi. Warehouse Order Picking/Shipping Function
vii. Warehouse Materials Handling
viii. Packaging Label For Transportation
ix. Handling of Hazardous Materials
x. Store Goods
xi. Security, Fire and Safety in Warehouse

3. Inventory Control
i. Introduction to Inventory Management
ii. Inventory Functionality
iii. Inventory Cost
iv. Classifying Inventory
v. Fundamental Approaches to Managing Inventory
vi. Fundamental Approaches and Techniques For Inventory Management
vii. Just-In-Time Approach
viii. Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI)
ix. Stocktaking
x. Warehouse Responsibilities of Stock Control

Entry Requirements

  1. Completed Secondary 1 OR
  2. Candidates who are at least 15 years of age

Teaching Methods
Classroom Face-to-Face Theory Explanations / Assignments

Mode of Examination
The assessment process is designed to test two things:

The knowledge of the individual through end of module assessment
The practical application of that knowledge through practical phase test
The module comprises of theory examinations and practical phase test, which constitute 70% and 30% respectively of the final score. The pass mark for the module is 50% based on the aggregate scope of the practical phase test and the end of the module assessment.

On successful completion of the practical test and theory examinations the students are awarded the International Professional Managers Association (IPMA) Certificate in Logistics, Warehousing and Inventory Control (CLWI).

Course Duration
Full-Time

1.5 Months (75 hours)
Monday – Friday | 3 Hours Per Session
Start Date: To be advised.
End Date: To be advised.

Course Fees
Registration Fee: $50
Course Fee: $1740
Examination Fee: $100 Per Module x 3 Modules = $300

Total Course Fees: $2090

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