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Daniel David School Of Business 

Accredited  Business and Career Degree Programs

SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT

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SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT   Certificate Program

 Certificate courses that are relevant to supply chain management:

  • Advanced Certificate in International Trade (ACIT) 

  • Advanced Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain (ACLSC) 

  • Import-Export Certificate

  • Certificate In Import-Export and SCM

"Transforming Your Supply Chain Future".

"IMPORT AND EXPORT"

 

I. Introduction

  • Brief explanation of supply chain management

  • Importance of supply chain management in business

II. Certificate Courses on Supply Chain Import and Export

  • Overview of the certificate courses

  • Objectives of the certificate courses

  • Benefits of taking the certificate courses

III. Course Content

  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management

  • Procurement and Supplier Management

  • Logistics, Transportation, and Warehouse Management

  • Information Systems for Supply Chain Management

  • Import and Export Management

IV. Admission Requirements

  • Educational requirements

  • Other requirements

V. Faculty

  • Qualifications of the faculty

  • Experience in the field of supply chain management

VI. Conclusion

  • Importance of supply chain management in import and export

  • Benefits of taking the certificate courses.

Harvest Christian University can offer certificate courses on Supply Chain Import and Export to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of supply chain management. The courses will cover topics such as procurement and supplier management, logistics, transportation, and warehouse management, information systems for supply chain management, and import and export management.

 

The certificate courses will equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to manage the flow of goods and services in the import and export industry. The courses will be taught by qualified faculty members who have extensive experience in the field of supply chain management. Students who complete the certificate courses will have a competitive advantage in the job market and will be able to pursue careers in logistics, transportation, procurement, and supply chain management.

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Supply chain managers face several challenges in import and export operations. Here are some of the challenges based on the search results:

  1. Supply chain disruptions: Import and export operations come with inherent risks such as delays, damages, theft, and compliance issues. On average, supply chain disruptions result in a 3-5% increase in expenses and a 7% decrease in sales.

  2. Visibility: Maintaining visibility throughout the supply chain is one of the top priorities for import and export operations. However, only 6% of companies report full visibility into their supply chain, according to Geodis’ 2017 Supply Chain Worldwide Survey. Real-time supply chain visibility helps anticipate and mitigate any disruptions, ensuring on-time delivery and reducing inventory holding costs.

  3. Communication and collaboration: Strong communication and collaboration among all parties involved in the import and export process are crucial. Establish effective channels of communication with suppliers, freight forwarders, customs agents, and other stakeholders. Clearly communicate expectations, timelines, and requirements to ensure smooth operations.

  4. Compliance: Understanding regulations and trade information/statistics is essential for US manufacturers who wish to export goods. Compliance with trade regulations is crucial to avoid penalties and delays in the import and export process.

  5. Hiring shortages: Hiring shortages can be a challenge for businesses operating in the import and export industry. Companies need to attract and retain skilled workers to manage the complex import and export operations.

  6. Cost: Import and export operations can be costly due to freight costs, tariffs, and other expenses. Companies need to manage costs effectively to remain competitive in the global marketplace.

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Import and export operations are crucial components of supply chain management. Here are some key points from the search results:

  • Efficiently managing import and export operations is essential for businesses to ensure timely delivery, minimize risks, and improve customer satisfaction.

  • Maintaining visibility throughout the supply chain is one of the top priorities for import and export operations. Real-time supply chain visibility helps anticipate and mitigate any disruptions, ensuring on-time delivery and reducing inventory holding costs.

  • Strong communication and collaboration among all parties involved in the import and export process are crucial. Establish effective channels of communication with suppliers, freight forwarders, customs agents, and other stakeholders. Clearly communicate expectations, timelines, and requirements to ensure smooth operations.

  • Import and export operations come with inherent risks such as delays, damages, theft, and compliance issues. On average, supply chain disruptions result in a 3-5% increase in expenses and a 7% decrease in sales.

  • To build a more resilient import-export supply chain, global shippers can use acronyms to help them remember the best practices. For example, AFS Logistics suggests using the acronym "RESILIENT" to build a more resilient supply chain.

  • Understanding regulations and trade information/statistics is essential for US manufacturers who wish to export goods. The International Trade Compliance Institute provides resources to help manufacturers understand regulations and trade information/statistics.

  • Supply chains and value chains are important concepts to understand in import and export operations. A supply chain details the steps by which raw materials are turned into finished products, while a value chain focuses on the value added at each step of the process.

  • Mastering international supply chain management skills and tactics is essential for businesses operating in the global marketplace. The American Management Association offers courses on best practices in import and export operations.

 

SUMMARY:

 

Import and export operations are critical components of supply chain management. Efficiently managing these operations requires maintaining visibility throughout the supply chain, strong communication and collaboration, and understanding regulations and trade information/statistics. Building a more resilient import-export supply chain involves using acronyms to remember best practices and mastering international supply chain management skills and tactics.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT COURSE 

Operations and Supply Chain Management Certificate Program at Harvest Christian University cost range from 9,500.00 - 12,000.00.

 The program lasts for approximately 9 weeks and is self-paced. It includes approximately 42 hours of course work with up to 4 months to complete the program.

In summary, supply chain managers face several challenges in import and export operations, including supply chain disruptions, visibility, communication and collaboration, compliance, hiring shortages, and cost. To overcome these challenges, businesses need to maintain visibility throughout the supply chain, establish effective communication channels, comply with trade regulations, manage costs effectively, and attract and retain skilled workers.

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