Demand Management Processes
Customer Management Processes
Manufacturing Flow Management Processes
Order Fulfillment Processes (Integrates manufacturing, logistics, and marketing plans)
New Product Development Processes
Supplier Relationship Management Processes
Reverse Logistics Processes
Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management
Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management is an ideal programme to educate and master managers in the field of Supply Chain and Logistics.
Medium of instructions English
Mode of learning Virtual Classroom
Mode of Delivery Video Based
Frequency of Classes Weekdays
Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management (APSCM) is a part-time 1-year programme that is an integration of state – of – the –art analytical models and interactive classroom discussions that will help you make better decisions related to supply chains. This programme aims to provide crucial skills to young managers in areas like retailing, product management, e-commerce, sourcing, and procurement that will further help them assume senior roles in these fields.
APSCM certificate course is a highly interactive and advanced programme that will help you deliver corporate success by efficiently coordinating both suppliers and customers. The programme includes discussions of cross-functionality that will further broaden the understanding of the participants.
The Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management is designed to adhere to the requirements of an individual’s part of SCM operational activities like production planning, sales and distribution planning, procurement, logistics planning, and other activities like selection and management of vendors, product redesign for SCM and SCM network optimization. After the completion of APSCM certificate course (APSCM), you will have the skill set to rise up to their firm’s expectations. Here we have provided a comprehensive guide to the offerings, benefits, fees, and many more details of the programme.
Offers advanced Satellite-based distance learning technology
Offers in campus classroom interaction
Offers Campus visits
- Satellite based distance learning technology
- Flexible learning
- In campus classroom interaction
- Online classes once a week
- Learn distribution management
- Learn retailing
- Learn product management
Course and certificate fees
|Heads||Amount in INR|
Domestic Programme Fee
Rs. 360,000 + (applicable taxes)
Rs. 64,000 + (applicable taxes)
|Total Fee||Rs. 424,000 + (applicable taxes)|
certificate providing authority
Work Experience - Participants are required to have at least a three year working experience.
Education - Participants should have a score of at least 50 per cent of their Graduates/ undergraduate degree.
Certification Qualifying Details
APSCM Participants will be assessed on the basis of the entrance exam conducted by Hughes and the application form submitted.
What you will learn
After the completion of the APSCM certificate course participants will have acquired the following skills:
You will have learned how to effectively communicate in-between suppliers and customers to establish an efficient system that will lead to corporate success.
In the highly competitive and fast changing business environment is it necessary to have an in-depth understanding of the core concepts of SCM. This programme will help you learn and apply these strategies for business advancement.
Discussions involving various cross functioning issues will help you gain a wider perspective and assume better responsibilities cross functionally.
To find out more about the admission process and download the application form for Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management certificate course by IIM Calcutta, please visit https://www.hugheseducation.com/iim-calcutta/apscm
Filling the form
To apply for Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management certificate course by IIM Calcutta, you need to follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit https://www.hugheseducation.com/iim-calcutta/apscm
Step 2: Fill in the application form and submit the necessary documents with the help of Hughes team
Step 3: Hughes team will validate the documents
Step 4: IIM Calcutta members will screen the profiles
Step 5: Join the programme
Introduction to supply chain management
Core Supply Chain processes
Supply Chain Structure Design
Supply Chain complexity
Alignment with Demand and Supply Uncertainty
Reducing variability and buffering against variability
Tools for identifying causes of variability
Improving supply chain capability
Evaluating supply chain network strategy
translating supply chain decisions into financial terms
Total Landed Cost
Discounted cash flow analysis
Total Cost of Ownership
Information flow design
Working with suppliers: procurement, risk sharing, auctions
Coordinating manufacturing: production planning, MRP/DRP, BOM
Collaborating with customers: aggregate planning, bullwhip, S&OP
Risk & Resilience Development in Supply Chains
Causes and Classification of Disruptions
Responses and Preparation
resilience through redundancy, flexibility, trade-off curve between recovery and mitigation strategies
Demand Planning and forecasting
- MD, RMSE, MSE, MAPE MAD, MPE
Time Series Analysis
- Level, trend & seasonality models- moving average, exponential smoothing with trend , simple exponential smoothing, damped trends, double exponential smoothing model for level & seasonality, Holt-Winter model for level, trend and seasonality
- Simple linear regression
Croston’s Model for intermittent demand
Economic Order Quantity models
- Sensitivity, non-instantaneous lead time, quantity discounts, concept of back orders
Single period inventory models
- Critical ratio, expected profit, expected units short
Continuous review policy(s,Q) model & Periodic review policy (R,S) model using performance metrics (cycle service level and item fill rate) and stockout cost metrics (cost per stockout event and cost per item short)
- Exchange curves, grouping like items, location pooling
- Modes and their selection, impact on inventory
- Primary, Secondary, & Tertiary levels, containers
- design, operations heuristics, material handling, WMS
Global supply chain management
Customs, Duties, Tariffs, INCOterms, Rules of origin, Letter of credit etc.
International Transportation, landed cost analysis
Trading blocks, Trade Zone, Bonded warehouses, ICD.
Currency fluctuations, exchange rate risks, Transfer Pricing, permanent establishment
Modelling and analytical tools
Supply chain network design
Facilities location & Vehicle routing models
System dynamic tools
causal loop diagrams, stock and flow diagrams, behaviour over time charts
Introduction to database management concepts and tools
Introduction to machine learning concepts and tools
Designing and managing channel partners – distribution
Role of Distribution Channels
Product Life Cycle and Distribution Challenges
Managing Customer Relationships
Measuring Channel Performance
Managing Channel Conflict
Procurement and sourcing management
Development of Supply Strategies
Purchasing Performance Evaluation
Supplier Price & Cost Analysis, Value Analysis
Special topics in SCM
Quality Management, Six sigma & Lean Management Concepts
Recent Advances in Technology
Taxation & supply chains
Legal Aspects of Purchasing, Sourcing & Contracts
Topics in fundamentals of management theory
- Conceptual framework of financial reporting; Corporate Financial Statements: Balance Sheet; Profit and Loss Statement; Cash Flow Statement Analyzing Financial Statements; Financial Ratios
- Core Concepts of Marketing, Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning Decisions Elements of Marketing Mix: Product Decisions, Price Decisions, Placement Decisions and Promotion Decisions
- Strategy & Strategic management process
Evaluating firms’ external and internal environments Business-level & Corporate strategies
Organization Structure and design
- Demand-supply Analysis, Elasticity, Opportunity Cost, Production Costs, Firm Behavior, Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Pricing Strategies
- Theories of international trade, Trade pattern across the world- trade and investment linkage through production networks Trade policy instruments-tariff, quota and other measures WTO and Trade Blocks
How it helps
You will learn to effectively communicate between suppliers and customers to establish an efficient system that will lead to corporate success. In the highly competitive business landscape, it is necessary to have an in-depth understanding of the core concepts of SCM. Through the Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management, you will acquire a wider understanding of cross functioning issues. Managers looking to advance their business application of SCM concepts will benefit largely from it.
Ms Megha Sharma
Mr Partha Priya Datta
B.E /B.Tech, Ph.D, MBA
The Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management is a part-time degree that stretches over a one-year programme.
The classes are conducted using Satellite-based distance learning technology. It has immersive sessions, accompanied by various discussions. The classes are conducted once a week on Wednesdays from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM.
Yes, the course has campus visits. There will be 2 campus visits of 4 days each.
Yes, you need to have 3 years of work experience in a supply chain management role.
For all the details and downloading the application form, you are requested to visit https://www.hugheseducation.com/iim-calcutta/apscm