CPIM Education

What is the CPIM?

The APICS Certification in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) provides you with the ability to understand and evaluate production and inventory activities within a company's global operations. The APICS CPIM curriculum concentrates on tools, techniques, and knowledge for production and inventory management.

Why Should you Earn the CPIM Designation?
  • Increase your salary - on average designees see a 12% increase
  • Improve your hiring potential by 65%
  • Maximize ROI on the systems and technologies
  • Reduce your organization's costs
  • Provide more value to your organization
  • Understand how to increase customer satisfaction
  • Build your credibility and set yourself apart from peers

 

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. Please contact us before you register if you have questions about course dates. Also please note classes typically skip holidays.

CPIM Basics and CPIM Part II COURSE DETAILS:

CPIM Basics – 7 Sessions

  • Starts September 2020

  • $1,075 Member/$1,195 Non Member 

 

CPIM II – 10 Sessions

  • Starts May 11, 2020

  • $1,075 Member/$1,195 Non Member 

 

 

Upcoming Classes

Supply Chain Risk Management Advanced

Supply Chain Risk Management Advanced
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Supplier Negotiations

Supplier Negotiations
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Basics of Process Mapping

Process maps can expedite the indoctrination process for new hires and, are fundamental to beginning any continuous improvement project.
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Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing

The focus of this workshop is to provide an introduction and history of “lean” initiatives as well as an understanding of principles, such as creating a lean culture, continuous improvement, value added, continuous flow and the elimination of waste
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Assessing the Internal Supply Chain

Designed to assist manufacturers with measurable and attainable standards of excellence for determining how well their supply chain process is running and, where improvements are needed.
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Capacity Management

This class is ideally suited for those supply chain professionals who support or interact with production control, manufacturing engineering as well as industrial engineering. 
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Total Quality Management

Total Quality Management [TQM] consists of organization-wide efforts to install and make permanent a culture where employees improve their ability to provide on demand products and services that customers will find of value.
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Vendor Managed Inventory

Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) is an inventory management practice in which a supplier of goods, usually the manufacturer, is responsible for optimizing the inventory held by a customer.
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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.
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