APICS CPIM (Certified Production Inventory Management) Part 1 (New format)

March 07, 2018
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
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Bordini Business & Industry Center
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Appleton, WI 54912
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APICS CPIM Part 1

(Basics of Supply Chain Management)

Introduces the definitions and concepts for planning and controlling the flow of products and services into, through and out of an organization. Explains fundamental relationships among the various activities that occur in the supply chain network from suppliers to customers. Aids and supports APICS certification exam preparation. This course is part 1 of a 2 part series.

Course Information

There is a new format to earn your CPIM certification.  Previously you had to complete and pass an exam for each of the following modules:

Basics of Supply Chain Management  (BSCM)

Master Planning of Resources   (MPR)

Detailed Scheduling and Planing (DSP)

Execution and Control of Operations (ECO)

Strategic Management of Resources (SMR)

 

The new format now consists of completing  and passing two modules:

CPIM Part I which is similar to the legacy Basics of Supply Chain Management course.

CPIM Part II is a combination of the remaining 4 legacy modules.

 

Class Meeting Dates:

Class will be held weekly on Wednesday nights starting on March 7th from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM.   The final class will be held on Wednesday April 18th.

Class Meeting Location:

DJ Bordini Center Room 138A

The DJ Bordini Center is located at  1825 N. Bluemound Road  Appleton, WI 54912

 

Cost:

Price w/ Materials = $1,195  Price after 02/23/2018 = $1,295 ( to expedite books)

 

Please click here to register

 

Why should I earn an APICS Certification?

APICS certification programs open the door to job opportunities and your career advancement. According to a recent APICS Salary Survey, respondents with CPIM credentials earned 15 percent to 23 percent more than non-certified professionals.

In addition, more Internet-savvy manufacturing companies are demanding APICS certification on applicant resumes. On Monster.com, more than 61 percent of manufacturing jobs request APICS certification!

The CPIM and CSCP programs specialize in results-oriented education, which means that you will walk away with more than the professional credentials that you have earned. You will learn to apply what you have learned in your own job, giving you enhanced credibility and recognition as a valued resource within your company.

Why now? Let's face it, with the hectic world we live in, there will be no perfect time to begin certification. Now is time to roll up your shirt sleeves and dive in!