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CSCP供应链管理专业人士认证

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关于CSCP

自2006年推出以来,APICS旗下的CSCP—供应链管理专业人士专业资格认证已经成为供应链管理领域教育和认证的全球化标准。CSCP认证拓展了APICS在运营领域的知识体系,跨越了企业内部的运营管理,涵盖了整个供应链上的端到端的所有层面:从供应商到制造企业,一直到最终客户。


从全球范围来看,CSCP一经推出,就受到了高级供应链管理人员和咨询专家的追捧。到2013年止

- 共售出32,000 CSCP 学习系统

- 超过24,000 人参加了CSCP 认证考试

在100个国家/地区的25,000多名专业人员获得了CSCP称号

我为什么要学习CSCP?

学习CSCP知识体系对企业的价值

从开始学习CSCP起,学员就可以应用学到的CSCP知识体系来解决日常工作遇到的问题。学员的知识和专业技能会使他对企业更有价值。可以使我们的经验和知识更加系统化,条理化,更好的回报企业,可以在培养员工的忠诚度和提升员工效率等方面获得高额回报。受训员工还可以:   
✧ 优化供应链运营的成熟的知识和组织能力
✧ 高效管理全球化供应链活动的工具
✧ 通过学习最佳实践、共同管理语言和沟通, 获得增强竞争力和培养协作的能力
✧ 了解推动卓越运营体系的规划和管理的先进技术

学习CSCP知识体系对个人的价值

拥有APICS的CSCP认证将会凸显你在供应链领域的专业度和认知度。在充满竞争的国际化职场中使你脱颖而出。是你获得职位,晋升和拓展视野的重要筹码。学习CSCP会帮助你: 
✧ 提高你在职场中的公信力和认可度
✧ 精通供应链管理领域的最前端的新理念和方法论
✧ CSCP的理论可以帮助你解决日常工作问题
✧ 你的学术和专业知识会使你对企业更有价值
✧ 平均提升薪资近21%

知识体系

Section A: Develop the Supply Chain Strategy
► Chapter 1: Inputs to Supply Chain Strategy
▪Topic 1: Business Model
▪Topic 2: External Inputs to Supply Chain Strategy
► Chapter 2: Supply Chains and Supply ChainStrategy
▪ Topic 1: Supply Chains and Supply Chain Management
▪ Topic 2: Benefits of Strategic Supply Chain Management
▪ Topic 3: Supply Chain Strategy: ValueProposition
▪ Topic 4: Supply Chain Strategy: CoreCapabilities
▪ Topic 5: Supply Chain Strategy: Cost Structure and RevenueModel
▪ Topic 6: Supply Chain Maturity
► Chapter 3: Resolving Misalignments orGaps
▪ Topic 1: Reasons Misalignments or Gaps Occur
▪ Topic 2: Recognizing Misalignments or Gaps
▪ Topic 3: Resolving Misalignments or Gaps
► Chapter 4: Tools and Techniques
▪ Topic 1: Macro and Micro EconomicConsiderations
▪ Topic 2: Accounting and Financial ReportingInformation
▪ Topic 3: Strategic Analysis Tools
Section B: Design the Supply Chain 
► Chapter 1: Business Considerations

▪ Topic 1: Market, Financial, and Product Research and Modeling
▪ Topic 2: Reverse and Specialized SupplyChains
▪ Topic 3: Collaboration with Supply Chain Partners
► Chapter 2: Supply Chain Design
▪ Topic 1: Supply Chain Design andConfiguration
▪ Topic 2: Inventory, Technology, and Metrics Design
▪ Topic 3: Fulfillment Strategies Considering MarketRequirements
▪ Topic 4: Product Design for New Products or Requirements
▪ Topic 5: Supply Chain NetworkOptimization
► Chapter 3: Technology Design
▪ Topic 1: Information Technology and Supply Chain Management
▪ Topic 2: Electronic Business Considerations
▪ Topic 3: Key Technology Applications
▪ Topic 4: Data Acquisition and Management
► Chapter 4: Implementation Tools: Communications and Projects
▪ Topic 1: Communication Considerations
▪ Topic 2: Project Management Considerations
▪ Topic 3: Project Management Process Groups
Section A: Procure and Deliver Goods and Services
► Chapter 1: Demand Management
▪ Topic 1: Components of Demand Management
▪ Topic 2: Forecasting Demand
▪ Topic 3: Demand Prioritization
▪ Topic 4: Demand Management Functional Responsibilities and Interfaces
► Chapter 2: Operations Planning and Control
▪ Topic 1: Implementation of Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP)
▪ Topic 2: Master Scheduling
▪ Topic 3: Controlling Priorities
▪ Topic 4: Materials and Inventory
▪ Topic 5: Capacity Management, Planning, and Control
► Chapter 3: Inventory Management
▪ Topic 1: The Need for Inventory
▪ Topic 2: Aggregate and Item Inventory Management
▪ Topic 3: Flow of Inventory
▪ Topic 4: Functions of Inventory
▪ Topic 5: Inventory-Related Cost Categories
▪ Topic 6: Effects of Inventory on the Financial Statements
▪ Topic 7: Inventory Planning
▪ Topic 8: Inventory Control
► Chapter 4: Supply Management
▪ Topic 1: Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
▪ Topic 2: Make-Versus-Buy Analysis
▪ Topic 3: Range of Buyer-Supplier Relationships
▪ Topic 4: Developing Supply Plans
▪ Topic 5: Contracting
▪ Topic 6: Expediting
► Chapter 5: Warehousing, Logistics, and Transportation
▪ Topic 1: Warehouse Management Introduction
▪ Topic 2: Warehousing Objectives andConsiderations
▪ Topic 3: Warehouse Capacity Forecasting and Planning
▪ Topic 4: Materials-Handling
▪ Topic 5: Tradeoffs between Warehousing and Transportation Processes
▪ Topic 6: Logistics Introduction
▪ Topic 7: Logistics Objectives andConsiderations
▪ Topic 8: Transportation Objectives andConsiderations
▪ Topic 9: Transportation Capacity Forecasting and Planning
▪ Topic 10: Use of Logistics Service Providers
▪ Topic 11: Modes of Transportation and Considerations forSelection
▪ Topic 12: Expediting Processes
▪ Topic 13: Delivery Patterns
► Chapter 6: Monetary, Regulatory, and TradeConsiderations
▪ Topic 1: Currency Considerations and Funds Flow
▪ Topic 2: Regulatory Requirements
▪ Topic 3: Trade Considerations
Section B: Manage the Relationship with Supply Chain Partners
► Chapter 1: Segmentation
▪ Topic 1: Segmentation and Customer-Driven Marketing
▪ Topic 2: Market Segmentation
▪ Topic 3: Customer and Supplier Segmentation
▪ Topic 4: Segmentation by Other Supply ChainPartners
► Chapter 2: Customer Relationship Management(CRM)
▪ Topic 1: Introduction to Customer Relationship Management(CRM)
▪ Topic 2: CRM Strategy
▪ Topic 3: Customer Selection orSegmentation
▪ Topic 4: Customer Relationship Types
▪ Topic 5: Performance Management
▪ Topic 6: Technology Usage
► Chapter 3: Supplier Relationship Management(SRM)
▪ Topic 1: Introduction to Supplier Relationship Management(SRM)
▪ Topic 2: Supplier Selection
▪ Topic 3: Supplier Relationship Types
▪ Topic 4: Performance Management
▪ Topic 5: Technology Usage
► Chapter 4: Linkages between CRM and SRM
▪ Topic 1: How Various Organizations Can Leverage CRM andSRM
▪ Topic 2: Negotiation and Collaboration
▪ Topic 3: Terms and Conditions
▪ Topic 4: Contracts and Enforceability
Section C: Manage Reverse Logistics
► Chapter 1: Reverse Logistics
▪ Topic 1: Reverse Logistics Introduction
▪ Topic 2: Strategy and Design for Reverse Logistics
▪ Topic 3: Reverse Logistics Benefits and Costs
► Chapter 2: Waste Considerations
▪ Topic 1: Waste Hierarchy
▪ Topic 2: Waste Exchange and Hazardous Waste


Section A: Comply with Standards, Regulations, and Sustainable Best Practices
►Chapter 1: International Standards and RegulatoryCompliance
▪ Topic 1: Import/Export, Intellectual Property, and Licensing Compliance
▪ Topic 2: International Accounting, Tax, and Labor Laws
►Chapter 2: Corporate Social ResponsibilityConsiderations
▪ Topic 1: Triple Bottom Line
▪ Topic 2: The UN Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative
▪ Topic 3: Other SustainabilityGuidelines
► Chapter 3: Social, Environmental, Safety, and Quality Accreditations and Certifications
▪ Topic 1: Standards, Accreditations, andCertifications
▪ Topic 2: Quality Accreditations and Certifications
▪ Topic 3: Environmental Accreditations andCertifications
▪ Topic 4: Social Accreditations andCertifications
▪ Topic 5: Safety Accreditations andCertifications
Section B: Manage Risk in the Supply Chain
►Chapter 1: Risk Identification
▪ Topic 1: Risk Management
▪ Topic 2: Risk Identification and Documentation
▪ Topic 3: Supply Chain Risk
► Chapter 2: Risk Assessment andClassification
▪ Topic 1: Qualitative Risk Analysis
▪ Topic 2: Quantitative Risk Analysis
► Chapter 3: Risk Response
▪ Topic 1: Risk Response Planning
▪ Topic 2: Preventive and Contingent Action Plans for the SupplyChain
▪ Topic 3: Business Continuity and PlanImplementation
► Chapter 4: Security, Regulatory, and ComplianceConcerns
▪ Topic 1: Security and Regulatory Concerns
▪ Topic 2: Risk Standards
Section C: Measure, Analyze, and Improve the Supply Chain
► Chapter 1: Supply Chain Metrics
▪ Topic 1: Supply Chain Strategy and MetricsSelection
▪ Topic 2: Customer-Focused Metrics
▪ Topic 3: Financial Metrics
▪ Topic 4: Operational Metrics
► Chapter 2: Measuring Performance and Customer Service
▪ Topic 1: Measuring and Communicating Performance
▪ Topic 2: SCOR Performance Measures
▪ Topic 3: Measuring Operational and Financial Performance
▪ Topic 4: Measuring Customer Service Levels
► Chapter 3: Continuous Improvement and ChangeManagement
▪ Topic 1: Continuous Improvement
▪ Topic 2: Lean and Just-In-Time
▪ Topic 3: Other Continuous Improvement Philosophies
▪ Topic 4: Change Management


Module 1: Supply Chain Design

Section A: Develop the Supply Chain Strategy
► Chapter 1: Inputs to Supply Chain Strategy
▪Topic 1: Business Model
▪Topic 2: External Inputs to Supply Chain Strategy
► Chapter 2: Supply Chains and Supply ChainStrategy
▪ Topic 1: Supply Chains and Supply Chain Management
▪ Topic 2: Benefits of Strategic Supply Chain Management
▪ Topic 3: Supply Chain Strategy: ValueProposition
▪ Topic 4: Supply Chain Strategy: CoreCapabilities
▪ Topic 5: Supply Chain Strategy: Cost Structure and RevenueModel
▪ Topic 6: Supply Chain Maturity
► Chapter 3: Resolving Misalignments orGaps
▪ Topic 1: Reasons Misalignments or Gaps Occur
▪ Topic 2: Recognizing Misalignments or Gaps
▪ Topic 3: Resolving Misalignments or Gaps
► Chapter 4: Tools and Techniques
▪ Topic 1: Macro and Micro EconomicConsiderations
▪ Topic 2: Accounting and Financial ReportingInformation
▪ Topic 3: Strategic Analysis Tools
Section B: Design the Supply Chain 
► Chapter 1: Business Considerations

▪ Topic 1: Market, Financial, and Product Research and Modeling
▪ Topic 2: Reverse and Specialized SupplyChains
▪ Topic 3: Collaboration with Supply Chain Partners
► Chapter 2: Supply Chain Design
▪ Topic 1: Supply Chain Design andConfiguration
▪ Topic 2: Inventory, Technology, and Metrics Design
▪ Topic 3: Fulfillment Strategies Considering MarketRequirements
▪ Topic 4: Product Design for New Products or Requirements
▪ Topic 5: Supply Chain NetworkOptimization
► Chapter 3: Technology Design
▪ Topic 1: Information Technology and Supply Chain Management
▪ Topic 2: Electronic Business Considerations
▪ Topic 3: Key Technology Applications
▪ Topic 4: Data Acquisition and Management
► Chapter 4: Implementation Tools: Communications and Projects
▪ Topic 1: Communication Considerations
▪ Topic 2: Project Management Considerations
▪ Topic 3: Project Management Process Groups

Module 2: Supply Chain Planning and Execution

Section A: Procure and Deliver Goods and Services
► Chapter 1: Demand Management
▪ Topic 1: Components of Demand Management
▪ Topic 2: Forecasting Demand
▪ Topic 3: Demand Prioritization
▪ Topic 4: Demand Management Functional Responsibilities and Interfaces
► Chapter 2: Operations Planning and Control
▪ Topic 1: Implementation of Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP)
▪ Topic 2: Master Scheduling
▪ Topic 3: Controlling Priorities
▪ Topic 4: Materials and Inventory
▪ Topic 5: Capacity Management, Planning, and Control
► Chapter 3: Inventory Management
▪ Topic 1: The Need for Inventory
▪ Topic 2: Aggregate and Item Inventory Management
▪ Topic 3: Flow of Inventory
▪ Topic 4: Functions of Inventory
▪ Topic 5: Inventory-Related Cost Categories
▪ Topic 6: Effects of Inventory on the Financial Statements
▪ Topic 7: Inventory Planning
▪ Topic 8: Inventory Control
► Chapter 4: Supply Management
▪ Topic 1: Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
▪ Topic 2: Make-Versus-Buy Analysis
▪ Topic 3: Range of Buyer-Supplier Relationships
▪ Topic 4: Developing Supply Plans
▪ Topic 5: Contracting
▪ Topic 6: Expediting
► Chapter 5: Warehousing, Logistics, and Transportation
▪ Topic 1: Warehouse Management Introduction
▪ Topic 2: Warehousing Objectives andConsiderations
▪ Topic 3: Warehouse Capacity Forecasting and Planning
▪ Topic 4: Materials-Handling
▪ Topic 5: Tradeoffs between Warehousing and Transportation Processes
▪ Topic 6: Logistics Introduction
▪ Topic 7: Logistics Objectives andConsiderations
▪ Topic 8: Transportation Objectives andConsiderations
▪ Topic 9: Transportation Capacity Forecasting and Planning
▪ Topic 10: Use of Logistics Service Providers
▪ Topic 11: Modes of Transportation and Considerations forSelection
▪ Topic 12: Expediting Processes
▪ Topic 13: Delivery Patterns
► Chapter 6: Monetary, Regulatory, and TradeConsiderations
▪ Topic 1: Currency Considerations and Funds Flow
▪ Topic 2: Regulatory Requirements
▪ Topic 3: Trade Considerations
Section B: Manage the Relationship with Supply Chain Partners
► Chapter 1: Segmentation
▪ Topic 1: Segmentation and Customer-Driven Marketing
▪ Topic 2: Market Segmentation
▪ Topic 3: Customer and Supplier Segmentation
▪ Topic 4: Segmentation by Other Supply ChainPartners
► Chapter 2: Customer Relationship Management(CRM)
▪ Topic 1: Introduction to Customer Relationship Management(CRM)
▪ Topic 2: CRM Strategy
▪ Topic 3: Customer Selection orSegmentation
▪ Topic 4: Customer Relationship Types
▪ Topic 5: Performance Management
▪ Topic 6: Technology Usage
► Chapter 3: Supplier Relationship Management(SRM)
▪ Topic 1: Introduction to Supplier Relationship Management(SRM)
▪ Topic 2: Supplier Selection
▪ Topic 3: Supplier Relationship Types
▪ Topic 4: Performance Management
▪ Topic 5: Technology Usage
► Chapter 4: Linkages between CRM and SRM
▪ Topic 1: How Various Organizations Can Leverage CRM andSRM
▪ Topic 2: Negotiation and Collaboration
▪ Topic 3: Terms and Conditions
▪ Topic 4: Contracts and Enforceability
Section C: Manage Reverse Logistics
► Chapter 1: Reverse Logistics
▪ Topic 1: Reverse Logistics Introduction
▪ Topic 2: Strategy and Design for Reverse Logistics
▪ Topic 3: Reverse Logistics Benefits and Costs
► Chapter 2: Waste Considerations
▪ Topic 1: Waste Hierarchy
▪ Topic 2: Waste Exchange and Hazardous Waste


Module 3: Supply Chain Improvement and Best Practices

Section A: Comply with Standards, Regulations, and Sustainable Best Practices
►Chapter 1: International Standards and RegulatoryCompliance
▪ Topic 1: Import/Export, Intellectual Property, and Licensing Compliance
▪ Topic 2: International Accounting, Tax, and Labor Laws
►Chapter 2: Corporate Social ResponsibilityConsiderations
▪ Topic 1: Triple Bottom Line
▪ Topic 2: The UN Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative
▪ Topic 3: Other SustainabilityGuidelines
► Chapter 3: Social, Environmental, Safety, and Quality Accreditations and Certifications
▪ Topic 1: Standards, Accreditations, andCertifications
▪ Topic 2: Quality Accreditations and Certifications
▪ Topic 3: Environmental Accreditations andCertifications
▪ Topic 4: Social Accreditations andCertifications
▪ Topic 5: Safety Accreditations andCertifications
Section B: Manage Risk in the Supply Chain
►Chapter 1: Risk Identification
▪ Topic 1: Risk Management
▪ Topic 2: Risk Identification and Documentation
▪ Topic 3: Supply Chain Risk
► Chapter 2: Risk Assessment andClassification
▪ Topic 1: Qualitative Risk Analysis
▪ Topic 2: Quantitative Risk Analysis
► Chapter 3: Risk Response
▪ Topic 1: Risk Response Planning
▪ Topic 2: Preventive and Contingent Action Plans for the SupplyChain
▪ Topic 3: Business Continuity and PlanImplementation
► Chapter 4: Security, Regulatory, and ComplianceConcerns
▪ Topic 1: Security and Regulatory Concerns
▪ Topic 2: Risk Standards
Section C: Measure, Analyze, and Improve the Supply Chain
► Chapter 1: Supply Chain Metrics
▪ Topic 1: Supply Chain Strategy and MetricsSelection
▪ Topic 2: Customer-Focused Metrics
▪ Topic 3: Financial Metrics
▪ Topic 4: Operational Metrics
► Chapter 2: Measuring Performance and Customer Service
▪ Topic 1: Measuring and Communicating Performance
▪ Topic 2: SCOR Performance Measures
▪ Topic 3: Measuring Operational and Financial Performance
▪ Topic 4: Measuring Customer Service Levels
► Chapter 3: Continuous Improvement and ChangeManagement
▪ Topic 1: Continuous Improvement
▪ Topic 2: Lean and Just-In-Time
▪ Topic 3: Other Continuous Improvement Philosophies
▪ Topic 4: Change Management


费用构成


 APICS Plus Member(高级会员年费)1,450 元
Exam Price  (考试费)6,600 元
学习系统(包括一年在线学习账号)6,500 元
培训费 9,950 元
 总计费用  24,500 元 

学习资料

课程使用的CSCP学习系统包括

•  教材课本分为3个模块,3本美国进口原版教材。

•  一个APICS在线学习账号,网上辅助学习系统CSCP learning system including

•  可以方便使用移动设备学习

•  每个模块有相应的学习活动

•  可提供详尽的个人进度报告  


课程对象

•  从事运营管理和供应链管理的职业人

•  运营管理和供应链管理相关的咨询顾问

•  企业资源管理—ERP系统的开发,销售和实施顾问

•  希望在运营管理和供应链管理领域拓展职业的有志之士


课程目标

•  了解成功的供应链管理为企业创造的价值

•  学习如何创建与公司战略一致的供应链策略

•  深入了解供应链管理活动的设计、计划、执行,控制及监测

•  评估全球化物流中的制约因素和关键决策,建立与总体战略相符的物流网络

•  了解供应链的自然波动性,采购及供应商关系的战略重要性

•  学习用于供应链管理,具有全球化和协作商务的新兴信息科技

CSCP的知识体系共包含了三个模块

•  模块1:供应链设计
•  模块2:供应链计划与执行
•  模块3:供应链持续改进和最佳实践

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