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SUPPLY CHAIN TRAINING PROGRAMS

Warehouse & Distribution Management Course

Duration: 3 weeks
Location: HCMC
Time: Every Saturday from 2PM to 5PM, Every Sunday from 9AM to 12PM and from 2PM to 5PM

WAREHOUSE
& DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT

Duration: 3 weeks

Location: HCMC

WAREHOUSE
& DISTRIBUTION
MANAGEMENT

Duration: 3 weeks

Location: HCMC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

 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

PROGRAM CONTENT

 PROGRAM CONTENT

PART I: WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT

Chapter 1: Role of Warehouse

Importance of Warehouse

Warehouse activities

Types of Warehouse

Chapter 2: Warehouse Decision

• Decision making hierarchy

• Warehouse policies

• To own or to outsource?

• Public and private Warehouse

• Centralization and decentralization

• Cross-docking

Chapter 3: Value Added Logistics (VAL)

• Concept of VAL

• Reason for the existence of VAL

• Improvement

• Basic forms

Chapter 4: Warehouse Activities

• Primary functions of warehousing

• Warehouse activities breakdown cost

• Identification

• Inspection

• Receiving and unloading

• Putaway & Storage

• Order picking

• Rules of governing picking

• Storage management

• Purpose of packing and packaging

• Unit load

• Shipping marks

• Packing list

• Preparing for shipment

• Dispatch

Chapter 5: Stock Taking

• Purposes

• Methods

• Pre-stocktake activity

• Stocking activity

• Post-stocking activity

• Investigation of discrepancies

• Stock adjustment

Chapter 6: Role of Warehouse Manager (WM)

• The new environment

• Essential skills of WM

• Competencies of WM

• Tasks of WM

• Functions of WM

• Challenges faced by WM

Chapter 7: Warehouse Layout

• Allocation of space

• Overall space requirements

• Factors determining size of Warehouse

• Areas within the Warehouse

• Layout design steps

• Layout design principles consideration

• Simple method of determining pallet storage requirements

• Layout design objectives

• Common / ABC / Cross-dock / U-shape layout / L-shape layout

• Multi-storey Warehouse

• Merchandise flow

• Pick routing

Chapter 8: MIS & Technology

• Documentation system in the Warehouse

• Role of IS & Technology

• Impact of E-commerce

• Bar code

• QR code 

• RFID

• Pick by light 

Pick by voice

• Tracking & Inventory visibility

• WMS: functions and benefits

Chapter 9: Organizing the Warehouse – A Process View

• Operations

• Receiving process

• Putaway process

• Order picking process

• Packing/Staging/Shipment process

• System for single/multiple items for multiple users

• System for pallet/ bulk items for multiple users

• Storage for ballet/ bulk items for multiple users

Chapter 10: Warehouse safety & Security

• Safety: physical safety, process safety, personal safety

• Security: physical security, process security, personal security

• Pilferage

• Effect of safety and security on Warehouse

• Effect of Warehouse disruptions

PART II: DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT

Chapter 11: Distribution Management

• Marketing/Sales and Logistics trade-off

• What is distribution and distribution system

• Role of distribution

• Key activities

• Problems in distribution

• What is distribution management?

• Distribution channel

• Distribution channel activities, functions & evolution

• Factors affecting distribution channel

• Types of distribution channels

• Sales channel and sales channels in Vietnam market

• GT and MT

• MT trends

• Facts and figures

Chapter 12: Distribution Channel Models

• Patterns of distribution

• Intensive distribution

• Selective distribution

• Exclusive distribution

• Distribution model for FMCG

• Distribution model for industrial goods

• Distribution models in Vietnam

• Direct distribution model

• Indirect distribution model

• Wholesaler

• Mixed distribution

• Channel concept in services industry

• Factors to consider in selecting distribution channel

• Distribution channel strategy

• Customer service level

• Policy and procedure

Chapter 13: Distribution Policies 

• Exclusive distributor

• Sub distributor

• Price components and net profit target

Chapter 14: Distributor Management

• Principle of selecting distribution partners

• Managing distributor

• Need and scope for new distributor

• Criteria of selecting distributor

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 PROGRAM INFORMATION

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

 Certification: Certificate of completion of the course “Warehouse & Distribution Management” issued by VILAS.

* Participants may continue to study the remaining 9 modules of the FIATA Higher Diploma in Supply Chain Management to obtain FIATA 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.

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VILAS – Vietnam Logistics and Aviation School

Address:

11th Floor, Hai Au Building, 39B Truong Son Street, Ward 4, Tan Binh District, HCMC

Phone: 0934077677

Email: program@vilas.edu.vn

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