CPIM Education


The APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) program offers in-depth education for individuals in the operations management profession who wish to improve their knowledge of production and inventory management. The APICS CPIM curriculum concentrates on tools, techniques, and knowledge for production and inventory management.

Classes are offered periodically throughout the year. (see current schedule below) Classes provide a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas with peers. The schedule below shows start date and time only. Some classes are held twice a week or on weekends. Please contact us before you register if you have questions about course dates. Also please note classes typically skip holidays.

Weekend classes are scheduled from 8:00am - 4:30pm.

Classes running for three (3) consecutive weeks include:

  • Basics of Supply Chain Management

Classes running for two (2) consecutive weeks include:

  • Master Planning of Resources
  • Detail Scheduling and Planning
  • Execution and control of operations
  • Strategic Management of Resources

Upcoming Classes

Jan 30

APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)

The CSCP designation is the most sought-after certification by supply chain professionals around the globe seeking to achieve mastery and recognition in their field.

Feb 26

CPIM Basics

This is the recommended first course in the APICS CPIM program.

Mar 28


Master essential knowledge and concepts to streamline logistics operations.
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Apr 4

APICS Core Fundamentals

This workshop is ideally suited for employees that support or interact with supply chain and inventory management professionals.

Apr 4


This workshop is designed for comprehensive professional development and exam preparation for CPIM certification.

Apr 25

APICS Extended Fundamentals

A natural extension of Core Fundamentals, this workshop introduces professionals to applications of company-wide planning methods. The tools discussed are used for viewing the “big picture” and assessing the impact of the current schedule on labor and mat