The management of supply chain and operations in a global world and the increasingly internationalized companies has become one of the crucial activities of any organisation that exported or sold through internet.
The Graduate Certificate in e-Logistics & SCM is structured so that the student is able to meet all the needs of management, control and monitoring of strategies focused on optimizing logistics and supply chain companies both traditional and e-commerce.
The Graduate Certificate in e-Logistics & Supply Chain Management uses an innovative methodology in which you will learn through activities and actual experiences and simulated in which you will have to make decisions concerning the management of the supply chain and traceability of products and logistics and in which you are acquiring the experience that prepares you for the real world.
What will I learn?
Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate in e-Logistics & SCM you will be perfectly able to:
- Understand and assimilate the role of logistics in organizations.
- Understand the advantages of managing the supply chain.
- Define a correct strategy resource management, distribution and storage as one of the key elements of their success.
- Make decisions regarding the distribution and its various distribution channels.
- Implement logistics solutions in e-Commerce environments.
To whom it May concern?
The Graduate Certificate in e-Logistics & SCM provides training specifically geared to the following profiles:
- Technicians and experts linked to the areas of operations, sales and export.
- Executives from other areas of the company interested in expanding their professional skills, develop their entrepreneurial vision and professionally promoted.
- Students and junior professionals looking for ways to guide and develop their career in the field of logistics.
The structure and materials of the Postgraduate Diploma in e-Logistics & SCM is organized as follows:
Module 1. Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Strategy
- logistics strategy. Supply chain management and its principles
- The challenge of visibility in logistics systems. The bullwhip effect
- Systems demand forecast
- Operations planning using MRP systems
- Techniques for optimizing inventory management I
- Techniques for optimizing inventory management II
- Making decisions in the shopping area
- Vendor management by category
- digital applications for prospecting global markets
- electronic trading with suppliers. Supplier Evaluation
- Lean manufacturing. Philosophy, and deployment tools I
- Lean manufacturing. Philosophy, tools and deployment II
- The theory of constraints and management applications. Production system DBR
- Customizing products and services
- Making decisions facility location
Module 2. Storage, Transportation and Distribution
- Systems products and services costs
- Identification technologies. Barcode and RFID
- Warehouse management and organisation
- Storage Technology
- The international freight and its various modes
- Road transport. multimodal transport
- Marine transport
- Air transport
- Transport of special goods. cold products, dangerous products and live products
- commercial distribution. The mass distribution channel
- Logistics in the field of e-Commerce
- The distribution function. Strategies and techniques for speed
- technological applications for route planning and fleet management
- Enterprise 2.0 and the full deployment of logistics technologies
Graduate Final Project
This school offers programs in:
- Spanish (Spain)