Course NameLength
Advanced Six sigma, Lean, Kaizen and Poka Yoke Bootcamp2 days
AI-Driven Inventory Planning and Management for Supply Chain2 days
Data Science with Python Workshop2 days
Data-Driven Financial Decision Making2 days
Fundamentals of DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control)2 days
Fundamentals of Logistics and Supply Chain Management2 days
Fundamentals of Logistics Modernization2 days
Fundamentals of Procurement and Supply Chain Management2 days
Fundamentals of Risk Management in Supply Chain2 days
Fundamentals Of Supply Chain Management And Performance2 days
Fundamentals of Supply Chain Manufacturing and Service Operations2 days
Good Distribution Practice (GDP) and Oversight & Audit SOPs for Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs)2 days
Introduction to ISO 19443:2018: Quality Management for the Nuclear Supply Chain2 days
Introduction to Supply Chain Demand Planning2 days
Introduction to Supply Chain Inventory Management2 days
Introduction to Supply Management and Procurement2 days
Just-in-Time, the Toyota Production System, and Lean Operations Workshop2 days
Kubernetes for Developers Essentials2 days
Lean Fundamentals for the Supply Chain Professional2 days
Lean Leadership Applied to Supply Chain2 days
Lean Manufacturing and POKA YOKA Workshop2 days
Poka-Yoke and Kaizen Workshop2 days
Securing the Software Supply Chain Workshop2 days
Supply Chain Fundamentals for Engineers2 days
Supply Chain Inventory Management and Resource Allocation with AI and Machine Learning2 days
Supply Chain Lean Implementation with Kaizen2 days
Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Bootcamp2 days
Supply Chain Technology and Management Workshop2 days
Supply Management for Engineers2 days
Supply Support Logistics Training2 days
Transforming Supply Chain with AI and Digital Twins2 days

Supply Chain

Supply chain management (SCM) is the management of the flow of goods and services, including all the processes of turning raw materials into final products.

Effective SCM can help streamline a company’s activities to eliminate waste, maximize customer value, and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

SCM applies to the planning stage as well as the transfer and management of information and capital that happens across the supply chain. This discipline consists of five main components: planning, sourcing, manufacturing, delivery and returns.

Generally, SCM attempts to centrally control or link the production, shipment, and distribution of a product. By managing the supply chain, companies can cut excess costs and needless steps and deliver products to the consumer faster. This is done by keeping tighter control of internal inventories, internal production, distribution, sales, and the inventories of company vendors.

SCM is based on the idea that nearly every product that comes to market does so as the result of efforts by multiple organizations that make up a supply chain.

While supply chains have existed for ages, most companies have only recently paid attention to them as a value-add to their operations.

Today, just about every company has a supply chain, and that includes services-based businesses.

There are also extended supply chains. An extended supply chain includes not only the individuals, organizations and resources a company works with directly but also more distant links.

That bucket could include your suppliers’ suppliers, like a mining company that provides a critical rare metal, as well as your customers’ customers. For a manufacturer that sells to distributors, for example, the chain includes the shoppers who ultimately purchase the items the manufacturer produces.

Most experts in this field readily admit that supply chain optimization isn’t a simple undertaking, but effective SCM offers numerous benefits that improve the bottom line, such as:

  • Higher efficiency rate
  • Better collaboration
  • Improved quality control
  • Keeping up with demand
  • Shipping optimization
  • Reducing overhead costs
  • Improving risk mitigation

Supply Chain Management Courses by Tonex

Tonex offers nearly 20 comprehensive 2-day course in the area of supply chain management.

Some of our more popular courses include:

Data Driven Financial Decision-Making: Participants acquire proficiency in using data analytics tools for financial analysis as well as develop the ability to interpret and analyze financial data effectively.

Poka-Yoke and Kaizen Workshop: Participants learn the fundamentals of Poka-Yoke and Kaizen principles as well as learn practical techniques for implementing error-proofing strategies in various processes.

Introduction to Supply Chain Inventory Management: Participants receive an overview of supply chain components as well as learn the importance of effective inventory management in the supply chain.

Contact us for information on any of our Supply Chain Management courses. Tonex offers comprehensive training equipping participants with the skills and knowledge essential for success in their roles.

With a focus on the latest technologies, regulations, and best practices, Tonex ensures that participants stay ahead in their fields, fostering professional growth and organizational excellence within the supply chain managament realms.