APICS credentials have been the global standard in supply chain learning and professional development for more than 60 years. Companies around the world recognize these certifications when recruiting and making hiring decisions. Earning a certification gives you practical skills to make an immediate impact in your organization. Programs include Certified in Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM); Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP); and Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD).
Certificate programs are a proven way to build knowledge about a specific topic. ASCM currently offers four certificate programs in the following areas technology, procurement, planning and warehousing. All programs are self-paced, online education programs, featuring 20 hours of instruction and a comprehensive final exam. After passing, learners earn a certificate and digital badge.
This self-paced, user-friendly learning experience covers five different foundational supply chain courses, so it’s a great starting point for new supply chain professionals to build fundamental industry knowledge.
Considering undergraduate or graduate supply chain programs? View a snapshot of the locations, enrollment, job placement, starting salary and program scope of colleges and universities across the U.S.
ASCM is proud to have a diverse board of directors including seven female supply chain leaders. ASCM’s Chair of our Board of Directors, Lisa Veneziano, advocates for women in supply chain and offers words of wisdom to inspire other women to achieve career success.
You can’t browse any major media website or scroll through your daily email newsletter without reading something about supply chain. This is such an exciting moment for the field and such an exciting field in which to work. With so many great companies hiring right now, there’s no better time to join the supply chain professionals of the future. Read this article to discover the top five reasons why supply chain careers offer such an incredible future.
Jeff Mudd, CPIM, CSCP, global integrated business planning lead at Monsanto Company, had a unique start to his supply chain career. Hear how he went from earning a degree in marketing to finding a home in supply chain.
What does the future of supply chain look like, and what skills do individuals need to lead their companies forward? This event is presented by ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi CSCP, CPA, CAE; Kent Brown, practice leader of the Supply Chain COE in North America at professional recruiting firm Korn Ferry; and John Caltagirone, executive director, Supply and Value Chain Center at Loyola University.
Considering an APICS certification but not sure where to begin or what to expect? Check out our panel discussion and hear from supply chain professionals who have been through the process and know what it takes to be successful.