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Course description

The logistics and supply chain certification qualification demonstrates to employees advanced skills in logistics and supply. It formalizes participant’s existing skills and builds on them so that participants are able to apply the fundamentals of this fascinating profession to jobs in logistics and supply in practically any business or industry.

APICS certification allows participants to progress their supply chain profession and also raise their salary with logistics or stock management accreditation and get scm certification. supply chain operations reference version is designed to assist maintain these processes and also to evaluate them for efficiency.


Supply chain operations include the systems, frameworks as well as procedures to strategy and also carry out the circulation of items as well as solutions from provider to customer. 

Program Key Benefits

  • Excellent employment prospects
  • Fast-paced
  • Excellent Career
  • Better Salary
  • Become an industry Expert
  • Better Promotions
  • Global Exposure and Recognition
  • Certified Logistics Supply Chain Professional & Certified Logistics Supply Chain Manager Training/ Certificate Course Content


This course is ideal for:

  • Transport, logistics and supply chain professionals
  • Suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and retailers
  • Freight transporters plus shipping and terminal operators
  • Importers, exporters, forwarders and contract negotiators
  • Logistics and management trainees



Course content

Day 1:

Logistics and Supply Chain Overview

  • Outlining the principles that make logistics useful, including economic drivers
  • Understanding how logistics fits within supply chain management
  • Managing logistics strategy, including the logistics value proposition
  • Developing flexible logistics frameworks and collaborative relationships
  • Exploring strategic-level risk management
  • Using fundamental performance measurements and benchmarking
  • Implementing reengineering and continuous improvement philosophies

Day 2:

Logistics Network Design

  • Implementing a logistics network design process
  • Considering transportation requirements driving logistics network plans
  • Using tools and analyses to select node patterns and links
  • Adopting risk management
  • Planning for network security and business continuity

Day 3:

Reverse Logistics and Sustainability

  • Understanding how logistics plays a key role in demonstrating organizational social responsibility
  • Managing the triple bottom line, including carbon footprint reductions and green initiatives
  • Selecting vendors based on sustainable practices
  • Demonstrating responsibility when handling and managing hazardous and dangerous materials

Day 4:

Capacity Planning and Demand Management

  • Understanding the basics of forecasting including various types of forecasts
  • Shaping demand for logistics services
  • Translating demand information into planning for transportation and warehousing capacity
  • Providing input during S&OP and participating in collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment
  • Planning for distribution requirements
  • Managing supply, including ERP master scheduling
  • Developing a process and selecting a purchasing strategy

Day 5:

Order Management

  • Performing customer relationship management during order management activities
  • Implementing CRM to strengthen relationships
  • Meeting customer needs
  • Achieving service levels according to customer demand
  • Managing the process steps and logistics decision points of inbound, intracompany, and outbound order management

Day 6:

Inventory Management

  • Understanding inventory management, planning, and control
  • Contrasting stakeholder expectations for inventory management
  • Summarizing the different functions or purposes inventory serves in a business
  • Illustrating the major types of inventory costs
  • Differentiating approaches to safety stock and determinations of when to order

Day 7:

  • Performing calculations related to standard deviation, economic order quantity, and reorder points
  • Describing lean, just-in-time, ABC, vendor-managed inventory, and other alternative approaches
  • Listing common performance metrics

Day 8:

Warehouse Management

  • Understanding warehousing strategies and determining which to use
  • Considering physical aspects and tactics related to warehousing design
  • Exploring warehousing challenges and trends
  • Summarizing warehouse ownership types and functions
  • Determining warehouse operations performance measures
  • Diving deep into warehouse processes, layouts, materials handling, systems and automation, and packaging


Day 9:


  • Outlining transportation fundamentals including cost structure, stakeholders, capabilities, carrier types, modeclassifications, and selection considerations
  • Diving deep into the modes of transportation including road, rail, air, water, pipeline, intermodal, andparcel/courier
  • Managing transportation according to guiding principles
  • Considering tradeoffs when designing transportation networks, selecting carriers and modes, and planning routesand schedules

Day 10:

Global Logistics Considerations

  • Examining current factors in the global logistics space
  • Staying competitive while balancing cost and level of service
  • Exploring the history of international trade theories and infrastructure
  • Discussing global logistics performance indicators and trade specialists
  • Complying with international trade regulations
  • Preparing customs documentation
  • Discussing finance, payment options, terms of sale, payment methods, currency issues, trade zones, and hedging



·        One 3.5 hour timed exam

·        150 multiple choice questions; 130 scored questions

·        5 year certification maintenance period.


CLTD Eligibility Requirements:

  • Possess at least three years of supply chain related business experience OR
  • Hold a Bachelors’ degree OR
  • Hold one of the APICS Certifications or CPM, CSM or CPSM

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