With the APICS CSCP designation, you’ll increase your value to employers who know that a well-run supply chain is a key component of a forward-looking and competitive enterprise. The CSCP Designation is the most widely recognized educational program designed for operations and supply chain management professionals. Supply Chain offerings include academic offerings as well as certification track courses.
Is the APICS CSCP Designation Right for You?
Are you an operations or supply chain management professional who:
If so, the APICS CSCP designation will enable you to advance your career through superior supply chain management practices that will improve your company’s competitive position and profitability.
Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) Exam Preparation - ORGU 0040
Certificate of Completion and 3.9 CEUs
This course provides the knowledge and skill set needed to design a successful supply chain strategy, effectively manage supplier and customer relationships, recognize logistics, technology and data that will enhance performance and incorporate all processes to increase customer satisfaction while improving the organization’s bottom line. This course is appropriate for individuals preparing for the certification exam and for entry level as well as experienced supply chain and logistics professionals interested in a focused education and training opportunity.
Tuition & Materials
*Only discount available is for current APICS members. Prior to registering, please email a scanned copy of your Official APICS Membership Card or receipt to email@example.com for your discount code to use at registration.
**Materials are not included in the price of tuition and are required to be purchased at the time of registration. Materials are non-refundable and will be shipped with a signature required upon delivery to the address provided at registration. After payment and before the first session the student will receive online access information and must complete the online pre-test and read module 1 sections A, B, & C prior to the first class session.