Advanced Logistics Engineering & Supply Chain training centre in Bangladesh

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Advanced Logistics Engineering & Supply Chain

Introduction

Advanced Logistics Engineering & Supply Chain is designed to meet an increasing national and international demand for professionals with technical or business education and experience in the area of logistics and supply chain.

This program is aimed at the working professional with technical experience and degrees in engineering or business. This program provides a unique combination of technical and business knowledge and skills to the interdisciplinary field of logistics. The integration of engineering and business content is done in a fashion that prepares an experienced professional engineer or manager for a leadership role in planning, developing, implementing and managing the firm's logistics and supply chain capabilities in the global marketplace.

The overall purpose of the program is to provide the participants with the understanding needed to manage the firm's logistics and supply chain systems and infrastructure and to accomplish the organization's operational, strategic and competitive objectives.

Methodology

Interactive lecture, PowerPoint Presentations, Audio Visuals, Group Discussions, Group Mathematical Exercise.

Contents of Training:

DAY 01

Session 01: Introduction of Supply Chain (Intermediate Level)

Current global scenario and importance of Supply Chain & Logistics Engineering
Recent re-structure of Logistics and Supply Chain in US industry due to recession
Understanding the global SC authoritative bodies and their roles
Understanding World Class Multi-billion dollar Supply Chain Hubs, DC`s, WMS facilities in the US
Recent Supply Chain trends in Bangladesh and Middle East
Borderless business competitions and intricacies of Supply Chain & Logistics Engineering
Mock Test

Session 02: Supply Chain Fundamentals (Intermediate Level)
Overview of Supply Chain and Logistics Engineering
Objective and components of Supply Chain and Logistics Engineering
Classical flow model of Supply Chain and Logistics
Supply Chain Micro and Macro process
Strategic Fit of Supply Chain and Logistics
Decisions whether to have Efficient or Effective Supply Chain
Critical Success Factors (CSF) of SCM
Supply Chain Drivers
Bull Whip Effect

Session 03: Mathematical Analysis (Upper Intermediate Level)
Demand Forecasting
Inventory Planning & Control
Determine optimum level of product and stock outs
Aggregate Planning & Control
Managing Supply & Demand Uncertainty

Session 04:Case Studies (Advanced Level)
A case study will be done (Group wise) from renowned US Retail / Manufacturing company to understand their hidden success and strategies. Also we will inter-relate the strategies with Fundamentals of Supply Chain.
Video Clips / Movies / Documentaries (Based on availabilities)

DAY 02

Session 01: Reading Materials (Advanced Level)

Issues related to Supply Chain and Logistics Engineering

Session 02: Mathematical Analysis (Advanced Level)
Demand Forecasting
Inventory Planning & Control
Determine optimum level of product and stock outs
Aggregate Planning & Control
Managing Supply & Demand Uncertainty

Session 03: Supply Chain System Design (Advanced Level)
Global Sourcing Process
Warehouse Management System (WMS)

Session 04: Supply Chain System Design (Advanced Level)
Distribution System Design
Transportation System Design
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

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"The workshop was very useful in acquiring fundamental knowledge about SCM. Our trainer was excellent, very efficient & sincere in delivering the concepts for training. His rich knowledge on the topic has satisfied me" - Niaz Morshed Khan.
The overall training was very good and the presentation style of the trainer was excellent.
Anyone who has keen interest to acquire hard core logistics and supply chain fundamentals. Mid-level and senior management who don’t have formal SCM education will be highly benefitted. Fresh graduates can also attend who have interest to pursue US Masters degree in Supply Chain / Logistics.
Arrangement for Certificate, lunch and two tea-break would be made by the Organizer during the workshop.



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