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Trent Russ

You can also take courses at CSCMP.org.

They are currently have a program funded in part by a grant from the government, so it's low cost or free.

Why Become SCPro™ Fundamentals Certified?
Earning CSCMP's SCPro™ Fundamentals credential can be a gateway to a career in supply chain management. Professionals who earn the SCPro™ Fundamentals credential can benefit in the following ways:

Marketability -- Demonstrate increased potential for success in an organization.
Commitment -- Illustrate dedication to learning about supply chain management.
Connection -- Become part of the group of participants who have earned SCPro™ Fundamentals certification.

https://cscmp.org/imis0/CSCMP/Certification/SCPro_Fundamentals_Certification/CSCMP/Certify/SCPro_Fundamentals_Certification.aspx?hkey=b04a9e15-98fa-440b-afa0-0be6e7513c81

Answered 1 month ago

Trent Russ
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Rebecca Foust

Looking for a mentor with a background in supply chain logistics. I have a Masters in International Business and wish to become a Supply Chain Manager. I am looking to begin my career as a purchasing agent or supply chain analyst, but do not have any certifications. Does anyone know of any accredited certifications, besides PMI and Apics?
(PMI and Apics require x number of years of industry experience to enroll in the certification course)

Answered 2 years ago

Rebecca Foust
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Robert Gruendel

Logistics consists of the hardware (equipment, machines), software (computers, databases, algorithms), and related technologies of moving materials in an engineered manner. Suppliers of logistic equipment hire science-degreed personnel.

Answered 3 years ago

Robert Gruendel
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Alexander R. Tipton

Your statement is somewhat vague, so this is the best answer that I can give:
Definition:
the detailed coordination of a complex operation involving many people, facilities, or supplies

Or Simply put:
Using all available resources to get an item from point A to point B at the right time, right place, and in the right condition.

Answered 3 years ago

Alexander R. Tipton