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SUPPLY CHAIN TRAINING PROGRAMS

Higher Diploma in Supply Chain Management Training Program

Duration: 11 months
Location: HCMC
Time: Every Saturday from 2PM to 5PM, Every Sunday from 9AM to 12PM and from 2PM to 5PM

HIGHER DIPLOMA IN
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Duration: 11 months | Location: HCMC

HIGHER DIPLOMA
IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Duration: 11 months

Location: HCMC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Higher Diploma in Supply Chain Management program is designed following 4 standardized steps in Supply Chain: Plan – Source – Make – Deliver, with the purpose to systematize – standardize – enhance expertise based on your knowledge and working experience.

Learners will experience the environment dedicated to personnel working in departments within Supply chain, results in gradually capable to manage the whole Supply Chain Department.

Update trends, focus on various Supply chain operations strategies, especially trade-offs between cost & service value, intensive SCOR model to measure the “health” of Supply Chain.

Identify operating procedures that are consistent with industry characteristics and improvement point in the process. Develop quality management capabilities, assess the potential and risks of departments – the key point in managing each functional department.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

Understand and master the design, implementation, and control & monitoring, analysis of supply chains including marketing, planning, purchasing, transportation, production, finance and contract management skills at global level;

Graduates are awarded with the FIATA Higher Diploma in Supply Chain Management. This is the global recognize and world-class level of our industry professional qualification system.

 LEARNING OUTCOMES

Higher Diploma in Supply Chain Management program is designed following 4 standardized steps in Supply Chain: Plan – Source – Make – Deliver, with the purpose to systematize – standardize – enhance expertise based on your knowledge and working experience.

Learners will experience the environment dedicated to personnel working in departments within Supply chain, results in gradually capable to manage the whole Supply Chain Department.

Update trends, focus on various Supply chain operations strategies, especially trade-offs between cost & service value, intensive SCOR model to measure the “health” of Supply Chain.

Identify operating procedures that are consistent with industry characteristics and improvement point in the process. Develop quality management capabilities, assess the potential and risks of departments – the key point in managing each functional department.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

Understand and master the design, implementation, and control & monitoring, analysis of supply chains including marketing, planning, purchasing, transportation, production, finance and contract management skills at global level;

Graduates are awarded with the FIATA Higher Diploma in Supply Chain Management. This is the global recognize and world-class level of our industry professional qualification system.

CLASS ORGANIZATION

 CLASS ORGANIZATION

All topics comprise with a mix of trainer’s sharing, case-studies, exercises and structured discussions.

Participants are provided theoretical knowledge, practical experience and case study analysis in every single session.

Board of Advisors & Trainers: Industry Experts (over 15 years of experience) in senior positions from leading company.

PROGRAM CONTENT

 PROGRAM CONTENT

Module 1: Supply Chain Management

Learning Outcomes:

– Distinguish functions, responsibilities and operating specifications of the concept of Logistics and Supply Chain;

– Discuss Supply Chain Operations strategies for each business model and product;

– Understand the trade-offs between cost and value of services;

– Analyze the SCOR model and its value when applying in the Supply Chain Assessment and Design;

– Update trends, development of supply chain models in the world, from which to share experiences to develop quality management capabilities, assess the potential and risk of each functional department in the chain, thereby shaping appropriate operational strategies.

Content:

Chapter 1: Supply Chain Management – Concepts and Application

Chapter 2: Supply Chain Collaboration – S&OP Process

Chapter 3: Supply Chain Operations 

Chapter 4: Vietnam E-commerce Overview

Chapter 5: SCOR Model

Chapter 6: Strategic alliances in Supply Chain

Chapter 7: Outsourcing

Chapter 8: Information Technology in SCM

Chapter 9: Quality Management System in SCM 

Chapter 10: Security in SCM

Module 2: Finance Management in Supply Chain

Learning Outcomes:

– Understand the scope and role of financial management in meeting the organization’s objectives;

– Interpret financial statements to understand the financial state of organizations; 

– Computer working capital and its role in organizations;

– Prepare business plan and annually budget for organization;

– Appraise and select the most appropriate source of fund as well as cost structure and cost optimization in Supply Chain;

– Understand the role of financial management in organizational restructuring & growth.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Finance Management

Chapter 2: Introduction to Financial Statements

Chapter 3: Working Captial Management

Chapter 4: Financial Analysis

Chapter 5: Business Financing & Business Planning

Chapter 6: Investment Appraisal

Chapter 7: Corporate Finance & International Financial Management

Module 3: Global Marketing Management in Supply Chain

Learning Outcomes:

– Understanding the role and trends of Marketing in the international environment as well as in Supply Chain;

– Understanding the major shift from basic Marketing concept (1.0) to the current digital environment (4.0) and the new customer paths;

– Knowing how to penetrate and promote products in new markets;

– Evaluating and analysing the healthiness of business’s brand through Marketing productivity metrics;

– Identifying your business’s structure and products throughout the 4 major industry archetypes

Course Content:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Global Marketing Management

Chapter 2: From Traditional to Digital Marketing 4.0

Chapter 3: Segmenting, Targeting and Positioning

Chapter 4: New Customer Paths

Chapter 5: Marketing Productivity Metrics

Chapter 6: Four Major Industry Archetypes

Module 4: Demand Planning

Learning Outcomes:

– Providing primary knowledge and professional understanding of the principles and practices of demand planning by focusing on fundamentals of forecasting, source of growth and company decision-making process (S&OP+/IBP);

– Offering individuals various concepts, methodologies, terminology and integration of topics within the S&OP+/IBP process. In addition, existing practices in industry are focused and shared as backbone for in-class discussion;

– Offering case study and games to allow individuals try real experience and obtain the core concept in natural way;

– Gearing towards every industry, at all levels of experience (preferred experienced manager) across functions. Contents will be suitable for practitioners or professional career in this discipline.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: The Fundamentals of Demand Management

Chapter 2: Demand Planning

Chapter 3: Forecasting in Supply Chain Environment

Chapter 4: Demand Management in Difference Manufacturing Environment

Chapter 5: Balancing the Demand and Supply Plan – The Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP)

Module 5: Global Purchasing Management

Learning Outcomes:

– In-depth understanding the role of global procurement management;

– Understanding the development of strategic global procurement organizational structure;

– Devising strategies to appoint, evaluate, develop and maintain strategic suppliers, developing negotiation techniques; analyzing price and cost structure;

– Developing strategies to adopt world-class management information systems; Managing of the overall purchasing cost, quality control and service of the purchasing department; supplier relationship management and strategic supplier development.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: Global Procurement & Global Procurement Risk

Chapter 2: Global Purchasing Organization Structure

Chapter 3: Global Procurement Operations

Chapter 4: Global Information Management Process

Chapter 5: Global Strategic Management

Chapter 6: Production Acitivity Control

Module 6: Contract Management in Supply Chain

Learning Outcomes:

– Appreciating the fundamentals & role of contracts in supply chains;

– Gaining in-depth understanding about the legal aspects of a contract;

– Evaluating the effectiveness of a contract management team;

– To be able to craft a contract management plan under the awareness of dispute settlement factor;

– Defining the role of Procurement in contract management;

– Identifying, analysing and alleviating risks in contracts.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Contract Management

Chapter 2: Contract Management Team Formation

Chapter 3: Developing a Contract Management Plan

Chapter 4: Procurement & Contract Management

Chapter 5: Administration of Contract

Chapter 6: Tender Evaluation & Measuring Performance

Chapter 7: Project Management Tools

Chapter 8: Pre-Qualification of Suppliers

Chapter 9: Termination & Conclusion

Module 7: Production & Operations Management

Learning Outcomes:

– Understanding the strategy of selecting external factors to optimize production and operation plans;

– Capacity planning and applying appropriate strategies to the production model of the organization;

– Understanding the development and structure of specific product and know-how method to apply production plan;

– To develop a scale and KPIs for quality control in the production and operations processes;

– Equipment maintenance planning in the factory;

– Setting performance standards and performance metrics.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Manufacturing and Production environment

Chapter 2: Manufacturing Planning & Control Hierarchy

Chapter 3: Master Production Schedule

Chapter 4: Material Requirement Planning

Chapter 5: Capacity Planning

Chapter 6: Production Acitivity Control

Module 8: International Transport Management

Learning Outcomes:

– Understanding the role of intermediaries in transportation;

– Being able to apply trade-offs in international transportation of global supply chains;

– Differentiate between transportation modes and use simple strategies to choose the optimal transportation mode including intermodal and multi-modal transportation;

– Discussing the implications of DG and IMDG on transportation;

– Updating transportation trends and technology in relations with vehicle capacity, fuel prices and energy, policies of major economies.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: International Transportation & Supply Chain

Chapter 2: Air Transportation

Chapter 3: Sea Transportation

Chapter 4: Land Transportation

Chapter 5: Multimodal Transportation

Chapter 6: Global Aspects of Transportation – Transport Corridors

Chapter 7: Strategic Decisions In International Transport

Module 9: Warehouse & Distribution Management

Learning Outcomes:

– Discussing the importance of warehouses and their functions as the central of supply chain;

– To evaluate the strategic role of the warehouse in delivering goods from supplier to the end customer;

– Demonstrating how a distribution centre can be organized and managed effectively in a constantly changing business environment;

– Learning how to organize a warehouse and manage your operations including the use of information and technology (IS & IT) systems to meet customer requirements.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: Role of Warehouse

Chapter 2: Warehouse Decision

Chapter 3: Value Added Logistics (VAL)

Chapter 4: Warehouse Activities

Chapter 5: Stock Taking

Chapter 6: Role of Warehouse Manager (WM)

Chapter 7: Warehouse Layout

Chapter 8: MIS & Technology

Chapter 9: Organizing the Warehouse – A Process View

Chapter 10: Warehouse safety & Security

Chapter 11: Distribution Management

Chapter 12: Distribution Channel Models

Chapter 13: Distribution Policies

Chapter 14: Distributor Management

Module 10: E-commerce in Supply Chain

Learning Outcomes:

– In-depth understanding on managerial issues related to technology & methods for systematic development of electronic-commerce and restructuring of enterprises throughout the creation of innovative business-models;

– Analyzing the business models in Ecommerce and how it related to business strategy from the very beginning of implementation E Commerce concept on existed organization;

– Mentioning the Electronic Payment System in details operational process and understanding security requirements and issues for e-payment;

– Discussing the relations of Last-miles delivery in E-commerce with customer service level, and leading to understanding customer insight, targeting to optimize business strategy and the concept in design and setting up website for E-commerce.

Course Content:

Chapter 1: Introduction to E-commerce

Chapter 2: Business Models of E-Commerce

Chapter 3: Marketing Strategies and E-commerce

Chapter 4: Electronic Payment System

Chapter 5: Relationship of Last-Miles delivery & E-commerce

Chapter 6: Legal & Ethical Issue in E-Commerce

 OUR EXPERTS

Mr. John Marson

Master Instructor (CSCP, CPIM, CLTD), APICS

47 years of experience

APICS is the Association for Supply Chain Management offering certification programs, training tools to increase workplace performance

_____________

• Former Associate Director – Management Consulting, KPMG New Zealand

•Former Operations Managers, Unilever South Africa

Mr. Albert Phua

Former Deputy Director, Singapore Jurong Port

40 years of experience

Singapore’s main multipurpose harbor, receives more than 15,000 cargo ships annually and handles more than 500,000 TEUs of containerized cargo and bulky goods.

_____________

• Corporate Trainer, Singapore Government Statutory Board

• Trainer, Curtin University

Mr. Thanh Nguyen

Deputy Director, Hong Ha Intl. Logistics

33 years of experience

More than 25 years of experience in Vietnam Logistics, Hoang Ha Co. is one of the leading companies in Vietnam on delivery of perishable cargo.

_____________

• Former Managing Director, G.S.A International Sealandair Logistics

• Certified Trainer, FIATA

Mr. Alex Tran

Local Consultant, World Bank Group

30 years of experience

Alongside with financial support, World Bank Group also has many research projects, consulting on policies, contributing to the development of nations.

_____________

• Local Consultant, Asia Development Bank

• Certified Trainer, FIATA

Ms. Anh Vu

Deputy Director – Head of Purchasing, Beegreen

25 years of experience

Leader in Landscape Design and Construction, Interior Design, Finishing with several renown projects: Vinhomes Central Park, Masteri Thao Dien, etc.

_____________

• Former COO, American Eye Center Vietnam

• Former Procurement Director, Fortis Hoan My Medical Corp.

Ms. Na Tran

Deputy General Director, Platinum Global

23 years of experience

Intertek provides consulting services to help customers meet the standards of quality, health, environment, safety,… applied in any market in the world.

_____________

• Former CFM, Intertek Vietnam

• Former CFO, Datalogic Scanning Vietnam 

Mr. Andrew Lim

Academic Director, ERC International

23 years of experience

Had over 30 years of successful recruitment experience spanning the Asia Pacific region. Globesian is composed of experts across a broad spectrum of industries.

_____________

• Former Senior Channel Manager, Globesian

• Former Marketing Consultant, GFE Agrotech

Ms. Diem Dang

Head of Supply Chain, Fresenius Kabi

20 years of experience

The global healthcare group specializes in life-saving medicine products and technology for fluid transfusion, blood transfusion and clinical nutrition.

_____________

• Former Supply Chain Director, Diageo

• Former Supply Chain Manager, DKSH

Ms. Huong Vo

Supply Chain Director, Fonterra Vietnam

20 years of experience

The leading cooperation in nutritional dairy products, with famous brands such as Anlene, Anmum, Anchor in Vietnam market.

_____________

• Former Supply Chain Manager, Fonterra

• Former Head of Direct Procurement, British American Tobacco 

Ms. Ngoc Nguyen

Former Procurement Manager, Nestlé Vietnam

20 years of experience

Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage group with 2000 different brands, currently available in more than 191 countries worldwide.

_____________

• Former Supply Chain Manager, CCL Label

• Former Head of Procurement, SC Johnson & Son

Mr. Khiem Pham

Senior Director – Supply Chain Management, DKSH

16 years of experience

Leader in Market Development Service Provider with a wide global network, DKSH helps companies grow their business in new and existing markets.

_____________

• Former Area Head of Warehousing & Distribution, Damco

• Former Head of Supply Chain, Abbott Nutrition

Ms. Hong Le

Head of Legal, GSK Vietnam

16 years of experience

GSK is among pharmaceutical leading companies in developing groundbreaking Healthcare products on Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Healthcare.

_____________

• Former Legal Director, British American Tobacco

• Former Legal Manager, Unilever

Ms. Nghi Ho

Head of Business Development, DB Schenker

16 years of experience

Global Logistics Services provider with over 140 years of experience; belongs to the Top 4 largest Logistics companies in the world.

_____________

• Supply Chain Operations Manager, A9 Project – DB Schenker Vietnam

• Warehouse Manager, A9 Project – DB Schenker Vietnam

Ms. Ngoc Nguyen

Associate Instructor CPIM, CSCP

APICS

 

The association for supply chain management and a not-for-profit international education organization, offering certification programs, training tools and networking opportunities to increase workplace performance.

_____________

• Operation Manager, A.L.T Global Limited

OUR EXPERTS

Mr. John Marson

Master Instructor (CSCP, CPIM, CLTD), APICS

47 years of experience

Mr. Albert Phua

Former Deputy Director, Singapore Jurong Port

40 years of experience

Mr. Thanh Nguyen

Deputy Director, Hong Ha Intl. Logistics

33 years of experience

APICS is the Association for Supply Chain Management offering certification programs, training tools to increase workplace performance

_____________

• Former Associate Director – Management Consulting, KPMG New Zealand •Former Operations Managers, Unilever South Africa

Singapore’s main multipurpose harbor, receives more than 15,000 cargo ships annually and handles more than 500,000 TEUs of containerized cargo and bulky goods.

_____________

• Corporate Trainer, Singapore Government Statutory Board

• Trainer, Curtin University

More than 25 years of experience in Vietnam Logistics, Hoang Ha Co. is one of the leading companies in Vietnam on delivery of perishable cargo.

_____________

• Former Managing Director, G.S.A International Sealandair Logistics

• Certified Trainer, FIATA

Mr. Alex Tran

Local Consultant, World Bank Group

30 years of experience

Ms. Anh Vu 

Deputy Director – Head of Purchasing, Beegreen

25 years of experience

Ms. Na Tran

Deputy General Director

Platinum Global

23 years of experience

Alongside with financial support, World Bank Group also has many research projects, consulting on policies, contributing to the development of nations.

_____________

• Local Consultant, Asia Development Bank (ADV)

• Certified Trainer, FIATA

Leader in Landscape Design and Construction, Interior Design, Finishing with several renown projects: Vinhomes Central Park, Masteri Thao Dien, etc.

_____________

• Former COO, American Eye Center Vietnam

• Former Procurement Director, Fortis Hoan My Medical Corp.

Intertek provides consulting services to help customers meet the standards of quality, health, environment, safety,… applied in any market in the world.

_____________

• Former CFM, Intertek Vietnam

• Former CFO, Datalogic Scanning Vietnam 

Mr. Andrew Lim

Academic Director, 

ERC International

23 years of experience

Ms. Diem Dang

Head of Supply Chain, 

Fresenius Kabi

20 years of experience

Ms. Huong Vo

Supply Chain Director, 

Fonterra Vietnam

20 years of experience

Had over 30 years of successful recruitment experience spanning the Asia Pacific region. Globesian is composed of experts across a broad spectrum of industries.

_____________

• Former Senior Channel Manager, Globesian

• Foremer Marketing Consultant, GFE Agrotech

The global healthcare group specializes in life-saving medicine products and technology for fluid transfusion, blood transfusion and clinical nutrition.

_____________

• Former Supply Chain Director, Diageo

• Former Supply Chain Manager, DKSH

The leading cooperation in nutritional dairy products, with famous brands such as Anlene, Anmum, Anchor in Vietnam market.

_____________

• Former Supply Chain Manager, Fonterra

• Former Head of Direct Procurement, British American Tobacco 

Ms. Ngoc Nguyen

Former Procurement Manager, 

Nestlé Vietnam

20 years of experience

Mr. Khiem Pham

Senior Director – Supply Chain Management, DKSH

16 years of experience

Ms. Hong Le

Head of Legal, 

GSK Vietnam

16 years of experience

Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage group with 2000 different brands, currently available in more than 191 countries worldwide.

_____________

• Former Supply Chain Manager, CCL Label

• Former Head of Procurement, SC Johnson & Son

Leader in Market Development Service Provider with a wide global network, DKSH helps companies grow their business in new and existing markets.

_____________

• Former Area Head of Warehousing & Distribution, Damco

• Former Head of Supply Chain, Abbott Nutrition

GSK is among pharmaceutical leading companies in developing groundbreaking Healthcare products on Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Healthcare.

_____________

• Former Legal Director, British American Tobacco

• Former Legal Manager, Unilever

Ms. Nghi Ho

Head of Business 

Development, DB Schenker

16 years of experience

Ms. Ngoc Nguyen

Associate Instructor CPIM, CSCP

APICS

Global Logistics Services provider with over 140 years of experience; belongs to the Top 4 largest Logistics companies in the world.

_____________

• Former Supply Chain Operations Manager, DB Schenker Vietnam

The association for supply chain management and a not-for-profit international education organization, offering certification programs, training tools and networking opportunities to increase workplace performance.

_____________

• Operation Manager, A.L.T Global Limited

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 PROGRAM INFORMATION

Training schedule: Every Saturday from 2PM to 5PM, Every Sunday from 9AM to 12PM and from 2PM to 5PM

Certification: Upon completion of the 10 modules in the program, Participants will receive FIATA Higher Diploma in Supply Chain Management certification – the standard of a Professional Supply Chain Manager of the Federation of Freight Forwarders International Transportation FIATA (www.fiata.com), valued Internationally and indefinitely. They will also receive Certificate of completion for each completed course issued by VILAS.

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Phone: 0934077677

Email: program@vilas.edu.vn

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