International Transport and logistics institute  Alexandria

Training Courses

CPIM Part One: Certified in Production and Inventory Management preparation course 30 hours

CPIM Part One prepares candidates for the basic knowledge of supply chain management. It covers different topics such as:

·        Introduction to supply chain management

·        demand management

·        Master Planning

·        Material Requirements Planning

·        Capacity Management

·        Purchasing

·        Inventory Management

·        Execution and Control

·        Physical Distribution

·        Continuous Improvement


CPIM Part Two A: Master Planning & Scheduling 30 Hours

CPIM Part Two A introduces the details of master planning and scheduling and it includes the following topics:

·        Master Planning of Resources

·        Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP)

·        Master Scheduling

·        Detailed Scheduling

·        Detailed Inventory Management



CPIM Part Two B: Supply Chain Strategic Management & Execution 30 Hours  

CPIM Part Two B covers the different aspects related to supply chain strategic management and execution and it covers the following topics:

·        Execution and control of operations

·        Quality, communication and continuous improvement for supply chain management

·        Strategic management of resources

·        Understanding the business environment and developing corporate strategy

·        Developing the operations strategy

·        Implementing the operations strategy


CLTD: Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution 45 hours

CLTD covers the detailed concepts related to logistics, transportation and distribution and focuses on all processes necessary that would achieve the efficiency and effectiveness of logistics flows. This course covers the following topics:

·        Logistics and Supply Chain Overview

·        Capacity Planning and Demand Management

·        Order Management

·        Inventory and Warehouse Management

·        Transportation

·        Global Logistics Considerations

·        Logistics Network Design

·        Reverse Logistics and Sustainability