APICS New Haven Chapter
Summer 2020 Education Newsletter

Greetings from your chapter:  
2019-2020 Newly Certified Members 
Congratulations to the following members who achieved certification between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020:
          Name                                       Company                          Certification              Date     
          Stephen Diaz-Romero         Assa Abloy                             CPIM                 06/27/20
          Weilin Luo                             Assa Abloy                             CPIM                 06/09/20
          Michaelle Pureza                  Timex Group, USA               CSCP                 07/09/19   
Chapter education happenings you might be interested in:  
Virtual Courses
For Fall, 2020 the APICS New Haven Chapter will be offering only virtual courses.  We will be offering CLTD, CPIM Part 1, and CSCP starting in mid-September.  Much more information about the courses will be distributed within a week.  
Principles Courses 
If you are interested in a more detailed examination of supply chain manu-facturing activities, but are not interested in a certification program, ASCM/APICS also offer a set of more technical courses, dealing more with the "HOW" of  performing a task rather than the "WHEN", "WHY", and WHERE".  These courses comprise the Principles of Operations Management.
The complete POM series consists of 5 complete modules, each with 9 3-hour education sessions, plus mid-term and final exams, for a total of 11 weeks.
The individual modules are:
  1. Principles of Inventory Management (PIM)
  2. Principles of Operations Planning (POP)
  3. Principles of Manufacturing Management (PMM)
  4. Principles of Distribution and Logistics (PDL)
  5. Principles of Managing of Operations (PMO)
The nice thing about these modules is that you don't need to take all five of the modules, or even a complete module. The Principles series are in-depth training, and don't result in an ASCM Certificate (although the chapter does give a Certification of Completion at the end). Additionally, pieces of each module may be intermixed to fulfill a particular training objective.
ASCM/APICS have pre-configured 33 combinations of sessions to achieve specific training objectives, ranging from 3 weeks in length (Methods for Improving Warehousing and Logistics Activities) to 12 weeks (Supply Chain Management: End-to-End), with the average being 5 or 6 weeks. Prices vary with class length and material costs.
Please contact me (John Sawyer) at jsawyer.newh@gmail.com if you have any interest in discussing these courses or tailoring one for your organization.


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