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25 Supply Chain Professionals Attend The APICS CSCP

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November 7, 2018 November 7, 2018

Last month’s Certified Supply Chain Professional session in Dubai gathered several GCC professionals, ranging from the Oil & Gas industry to petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, governmental entities and more. Under the assistance of LEORON’s expert trainer David Thoma, the 25 delegates who gathered in Dubai’s Rixos Premium Hotel were guided into an educational and certification program created to meet the rapidly changing needs of the supply chain management field. A 5-day course which enjoys the patronage of the global association for supply chain management - APICS, the CSCP is deemed by experts as the premium course to offer students the ability to:

  • Learn and implement the best practices in supply chain management

  • Learn how to align the supply chain strategy with the overall corporate strategy

  • Understand how to manage supply chain activities to achieve reduced costs

  • Master the supplier and customer relationship management

  • Learn how to boost productivity, collaboration, and innovation

A well-orchestrated session that covered useful topics and fundamentals applicable to an Organization’s Supply Chain. David was an informative trainer that brought some of the theory to application.Mark D Heald
Leoron arranged a professional and well organized training session. Trainer was very experienced and friendly, overall course was very good and effectiveMuhammad Osama Siddiqui

The Certified Supply Chain Professional has helped thousands of professionals worldwide to improve processes in their organization, optimizes costs and to positively affect their company’s bottom line. This review course is the penultimate step before earning the globally-acknowledged CSCP designation.  Now, our last batch of delegates (25  in total) will pass the CSCP knowledge and experience to their native organizations.

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