Mon, Jun 21 | Online Live Course

Online | CSSCP - June 2021

Accelerated Review Workshop For Exam Preparation And Online Proctor Exam Available 100% Online, Including The Online Proctored Exam
Online | CSSCP - June 2021

Time & Location

Jun 21, 2:00 PM GMT+2 – Jun 26, 6:00 PM GMT+2
Online Live Course

About The Event

Online Session Dates: 

June 21     2 PM to 6:00 PM CET

June 22     2 PM to 6:00 PM CET

June 23     2 PM to 6:00 PM CET

June 24     2 PM to 6:00 PM CET

Exam

June 26     2 PM to 6:00 PM CET

CSSCP Course Overview:

The CSSCP Course will be a comprehensive supply chain education course that integrates sustainability throughout all chapters within the course. The topics will be supplemented with real industry examples of sustainable supply chain in practice. These may include initiatives, goals, or current programs that are being executed within diverse industries to move toward a circular supply chain. The CSSCP program is relevant to all global industries: manufacturing, transportation, agriculture, fashion, energy, etc. The CSSCP program will educate employees and industry on ways to add sustainable practices to the existing supply chain or how to rebuild current supply chain with sustainability in mind. The end goal of the CSSCP course is to educate all professionals on how to maximize success of supply chain in a way that protects the future of the planet while maintaining a sustainable supply chain without sacrificing efficiency. The course aims to show that sustainability and optimized supply chain are not mutually exclusive, but rather can complement each other. The CSSCP program will also support some of the UN SDGs and can be used to educate those who are interested in pledging to the SDG Ambition goals.

Supply Chain Areas Covered in the CSSCP Workshop & Exam:

SECTION 1.1

INTRODUCTION

1.1.1: Introduction to Sustainability

1.1.2: Approach Toward Sustainability 3 Immediate Actions

1.1.3: Sustainable Development Goals

1.1.4: Actions that Companies Should Take Now Corporate Success

SECTION 1.2

ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

1.2.1: Issues and Challenges

1.2.2: Macro Challenges

1.2.3: Business Issues

1.2.4: Micro Challenges

SECTION 2.1

STRATEGY & SCOPE

2.1.1: Introduction

2.1.2: Priorities: Sustainability in the Supply Chain

2.1.3: Importance of Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy

2.1.4: Importance of Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy

2.1.5: Sustainable Supply Chain (SSC) Program

2.1.6: Implementation with the Sustainable Supply Chain (SSC) Scorecard

2.1.7: Strategy Model

2.1.8: Supply Chain Strategies

2.1.9: Integrated Cost Leadership/ Differentiation Strategy

2.1.10: Five Forces Model Analysis

2.1.11: Strategic  Implications of the  Five  Competitive  Forces

2.1.12: Sustainable Supply Chain Practices in Different Industries

SECTION 2.2

MATERIAL PLANNING

2.2.1: Inventory Optimization

2.2.2: Forecasting

2.2.3: Sales & Operations Planning

2.2.4: Aggregate Planning & MRP

SECTION 2.3

INVENTORY

2.3.1: Role of Inventory

2.3.2: Cradle-to-Cradle Design Model

2.3.3: Business Case

2.3.4: Inventory Management

SECTION 3.1

SOURCING

3.1.1: Relevance of sustainability for Procurement

3.1.2: Achieving Environmental Impact

3.1.3: Improving Human Rights Standards

3.1.4: Sustainability as Integral Part of the Sourcing Process

SECTION 3.2

PURCHASING

3.2.1: The Role of Purchasing

3.2.2: Trade-off: Economic vs. Sustainable

3.2.3: The Importance of Integration into Planning Sourcing Process

3.2.4: System Integration and Process Improvement

SECTION 3.3

SUSTAINABILITY IN MANUFACTURING

3.3.1: Sustainability in Manufacturing

3.3.2: Sustainable Manufacturing Goals

3.3.3: Life Cycle Assessment of Manufacturing Systems

3.3.4: Lean Vs Green Manufacturing Towards Sustainability

3.3.5: IR4.0 Technologies for Manufacturing Sustainability

3.3.6: Approaching Sustainable Manufacturing

SECTION 3.4

LOGISTICS

3.4.1: Sustainability and Logistics

3.4.2: Background to Logistics

3.4.3: Sustainable Logistics

3.4.4: Green Logistic Practices

3.4.5: Increasing Awareness Among Customer Base

3.4.6: Alignment with Governmental  Regulations and Goal

3.4.7: Conclusion

SECTION 3.5

TRANSPORTATION

3.5.1: Defining the role of Transportation in Supply Chain

3.5.2: Modes of Transportation

3.5.3: Improvement Potentials

3.5.4: Impact to Sustainability and Trade-Offs

SECTION 4.1

ENABLING TOOLS

4.1.1: Data and Information Value

4.1.2: Emerging Technologies

4.1.3: Edge Analytics

SECTION 4.2

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

4.2.1: Linear to Circular Economy

4.2.2: What is Circular Economy

          - The Ellen MacArthur Foundation Model

          - The Gartner Model

4.2.3: How to employ the Strategies

4.2.4: The Business Cases

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