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Logistics and Operations Management

Strategic Logistics and Supply Chain Management for non-LCSM professionals

Overview

Logistical (movement of goods from manufacturer to final consumer) expertise creates cost efficiencies which can be passed on as reduced prices/increased value to consumers. Effective supply chain management, (the management of relationships between supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer) also creates value that can generate competitive advantage for every member of the supply chain. This course presents the strategic role of logistics and supply chain management by examining the practice of logistics and supply chain management, as well as the link between logistics and supply chain strategy and overall corporate and marketing strategy. In summary, this course is intended to strengthen the internal coordination between the LSCM function and other functions within corporations, as well as equip you with the skills to maximise supply chains to achieve competitive advantage.


Mode of Delivery: Face-to-Face  ONLINE

 

What will I Learn?

By the end of the course, delegates should be able to:
  • Align corporate strategy with logistics and supply chain strategy;
  • Effectively manage customer demand and supply chain implications;
  • Design policies and procedures to foster integration along the supply chain.

Who Should do this Course

Non-LSCM business professionals operating in organisations with complex supply chains, particularly marketing professionals and executives responsible for strategy development, and LSCM professionals that have never received formal training in the area and/or wish to update their education.

Important Information

This course has been offered at a special rate, CLICK HERE to view Terms and Conditions

The course fee includes lunch daily.
 

For our International/ Regional delegates who have successfully completed the requirements of obtaining their Certification, The Centre for Professional Development and Lifelong Learning would be more than happy to deliver your Certificate via a courier service for which you would be required to bear the cost. This sum must be paid to The UWI, Cave Hill Campus prior to dispatch of the certificate. 

For more details, email cpdll@cavehill.uwi.edu and a representative will guide you accordingly.”

At a Glance

  • Admissions Term: 2020/2021 Semester I
  • Date: October 19 - 28, 2020
  • Time: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 5:00pm-8:00pm
  • Duration: 2 weeks (18 hours)
  • Certificate Awarded: Certificate of Completion
  • CRN: 12575
  • Course Code: PDLL 122
  • Capacity: 25
  • Cost: BDS $2,050 (US $1,025)  BDS$500.00 (US $250.00)

The following subject areas will be addressed:
  • Introduction to Logistics and supply chain management
  • Logistics strategy and implementation
  • Managing customer demand and supply chain implications
  • Understanding the 6 key drivers of supply chain performance

Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this short course. Delegates are however expected to have basic literacy skills.
 

The course will be delivered face to face ONLINE using a combination of methods inclusive of lectures, discussions, case studies and computer simulations and videos.

Stacia Howard

Stacia Howard is the Managing Director of Antilles Economics, where she leads business development and heads the intelligence gathering and strategy areas of the business. She has worked on research projects for a wide range of public, private, multilateral and non-profit organizations. Prior to founding Antilles Economics, Ms. Howard was the Strategy and Economic Analyst at CIBC First Caribbean International Bank and held various roles at the Central Bank of Barbados, culminating with Senior Economist. Ms. Howard holds a MA in International Business and Languages from Heriot-Watt University. She currently lectures in Logistics and Supply Chain Management 1 and Logistics and Supply Chain Management 2, both masters level courses, at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies.