MODULE I. PROCUREMENT PROCESS
Objective: reaffirm the procurement basics before the new proceedings and current. circumstances.
- Procurement Concept
- Economical Procurement Importance
- Purchasing objectives and policies
- Procurement Segmentation
- Requirements Organization
- ISO Process Validation
MODULE II. EFFECTIVE NEGOTIATION STRATEGIES AND PRACTICES
Objective: determining the successful negotiator behavior characteristics through the negotiation analysis process, so we can develop the participant’s negotiation skills in order to improve results.
A. Competitive strategy of the OrganizationB. Negotiator Tactics and Skills
- Establishing Negotiation Limits
- Negotiation Stages
- Negotiation Practices
MODULE III. BASICS FOR STOCKING ORGANIZATION
Objective: Learn the basic concepts in the inventory environment. Relating the stocking functions with the company’s development.
- Supply Chain Inventory
- Inventory Types
- Inventory Definitions and Reasons
- Inventory Functions and Accountability
- Sales Costs
- Inventory Turnover Computing
MODULE IV. STOCKING CONTROL
Objective: Using the stocking ABC tool to evaluation articles turnover. Making a demand trustful forecast.
- Pareto’s ABC Methodology
- ABC Considerations
- ABC Practices
- Coverage and Turnover Indexes
- Indexes and ABC Usage for the Optical Inventory
- Demand and MRP Types
- Demand and Stationary Forecast
MODULE V PROPER WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT
OBJECTIVE: Learn about the basic aspects of a Warehouse. Apply a methodology to create a catalog of Articles. Establish service evaluation metrics.
A. The warehouse cycle
B. Classification, order and cleanliness.
C. Storage and capacity
D. Coding and localization
E. Taking Inventories: cyclical / Total
F. Service and its faults
MODULE VI INVENTORY SERVICE APPROACH
OBJECTIVE: Learn the models with pre-established Customer Service orientation and choose the best one for the movement of our inventory of raw materials, spare parts, articles. Analyze and evaluate the elements that make up the security levels of the inventory. Master inventory level settings.
A. Types of inventory schemes
B. The point to order or P.O.
C. Safety inventory analysis
D. Measuring variability with service level
E. Setting Safety Stock and Maximum
F. Management of MRP and Grid
G. Inventory Alerts
H. Sample Inventory
I. Calculation of the Optimal Lot (EOQ)
MODULE VII APPLICATIONS OF INVENTORY MODELS
OBJECTIVE: Know the inventory model based on Maximum and Minimum, Just in time. Apply the continuous improvement model to warehouse and inventory areas. A. Model of Maximum and Minimum X period (without service level)B. JIT and Kanban modelC. Model of the Optimal Quantity to Order with Service levelD. Calculation of ROP based on “Drawers”E. Continuous improvement in Inventory
A. Model of Maximum and Minimum X period (without service level)
B. JIT and Kanban model
C. Model of the Optimal Quantity to Order with Service level
D. Calculation of ROP based on “Drawers”
E. Continuous improvement in Inventory
MODULE VIII SUPPLY CHAIN ADMINISTRATION
OBJECTIVE: Improve the logistics of materials in the company from acquisition to application in production. Reduction in delivery times, coordination in the areas of the supply chain and adoption of strategies according to the Product Cycle.
A. Definitions and objectives
B. Supply chain flow
C. Materials management in the chain
D. Collaborative vision for the definition of levels and phases for the alignment of the Chain.
E. Distributed Warehouse System (DRP)
F. The chain and the financial statements