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If you are looking for distinguished, practical and well recognized Logistics Management training in Egypt and the Middle East, then you have landed in the right destination.

BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL CAREER IN LOGISTICS

Logistics is the one important function in business today. No marketing, manufacturing or project execution can succeed without logistics support. Logistics involves the delivery of products or services for the client with assured quality and quantity. The logistics industry also depends on the timeliness in which products are delivered to a destination. For companies, 10 per cent to 35 per cent of gross sales are logistics cost, depending on business, geography and weight/value ratio.
Logistics forms an important part of the supply chain and involves the planning, implementation, and effective forward and reverse flow of goods, services, and related information from origin to recipient. A logistician controls the smooth functioning at every stage within legal boundaries enabling logistics management.
Logistics management is comprised of materials management, channel management, physical distribution, and supply chain management. It also includes the warehouse management system which takes control of stocks, and streamlines the movement of goods in the storage units.
The globalization, the free market and the competition has required that the customer gets the right material, at the right time, at the right point and in the right condition… at the lowest cost. This is what logistics concerns of.
Mini MBA offers a major\professional diploma in Logistics Management providing you with the knowledge and skills needed to further your career in the logistics industry.

Programme Structure

Core Programme:

This Core Programme provides students with an integrated "big picture" of business. it shows students how the main areas of business, Marketing, Management, accounting, HR and Finance connect to each other and how they relate to the world in which we live and work.
Part I. Management:
The goal of this part is to help students set the stage:the Business of Business, Build the Framework: Business Ownership and Entrepreneurship and Guide the Enterprise: Leadership, Organization, and Operations.
Part II. Human Resources Management:
The goal of this part is to help students support the workplace through motivating and managing the company human resources.
Part III. Marketing:
The goal of this part is to help students satisfy customers through handling marketing, sales and customer support issues.
Part IIII. Accounting & Finance:
The goal of this part is ti help students manage the money through handling accounting and financial resources.

Logistics Major Curriculum:

Logistics major identifies the economic impacts of logistics, the system and its process, the marketing channels, the transportation modes, the supply chain management and factors affecting it, the international logistics and its factors.

PART I: AN OVERVIEW OF LOGISTICS
This part includes the following topics; economic impacts of logistics, what is logistics, the increased importance of logistics, the systems and total cost approaches to logistics, logistical relationships within firm, marketing channels, activities in the logistical channel, logistics careers, logistics and information technology, strategic and financial logistics, organizational and managerial issues in logistics .

  • Topic 1: an overview of logistics

    This topic discusses issues related to economic impacts of logistics, what is logistics, the increased importance of logistics, the system and total cost approaches to logistics, logistics relationship within firm, the marketing channels, activities in the logistical channel, logistics careers.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • discuss issues related to economic impacts of logistics.
    • what is logistics?
    • the increased importance of logistics.
    • the system and total cost approaches to logistics.
    • logistics relationship within firm.
    • the marketing channels.
    • activities in the logistical channel.
    • logistics careers.
  • Topic 2: logistics and information technology

    This topic identifies the general types of information management systems, the internet's influence on logistics, information technology challenges.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • identify the general types of information management systems.
    • the internet's influence on logistics.
    • information technology challenges.
  • Topic 3: strategic and financial logistics

    This topic focuses on connecting strategy to financial performance, basic financial terminology, strategic profit model, balanced scorecard, common logistics measures.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • focus on connecting strategy to financial performance
    • strategic profit model
    • balanced scorecard
    • common logistics measures
    • basic financial terminology
  • Topic 4: organizational and managerial issues in logistics

    This topic explains organizational logistics within the firm, managerial issues in logistics.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • explain organizational logistics within the firm.
    • managerial issues in logistics.
  • Part II: supply chain management
    This part includes the following topics; the supply chain management concept, procurement, the evolution of supply chain management, attributes affecting SCM implementation, barriers to SCM implementation, supply chain integration.

  • Topic 1: the supply chain management concept.

    This topic focuses on the supply chain management concept.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • focus on the supply chain management concept.
  • Topic 2: evolution of supply chain management

    This topic discusses the evolution of supply chain management.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • discuss the evolution of supply chain management
  • Topic 3: attributes affecting SCM implementation

    This topic discusses the customer power, long –term orientation, leveraging technology, enhanced communication across organizations, inventory control, inter organizational collaboration, and supply chain facilitators.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • discuss the customer power.
    • long –term orientation.
    • leveraging technology.
    • enhanced communication across organizations.
    • inventory control.
    • interorganizational collaboration.
    • supply chain facilitators.
  • Topic 4: barriers to SCM implementation

    This topic identifies the regulatory and political considerations, lack of top management commitment, and reluctance to share, or use, relevant information, incompatible information system, incompatible corporate cultures, and globalization.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • identify the regulatory and political considerations.
    • lack of top management commitment.
    • and reluctance to share or use, relevant information.
    • incompatible information system.
    • incompatible corporate cultures.
    • globalization.
  • Topic 5: procurement

    This topic focuses on the procurement objectives, supplier selection and evaluation, quality issues in procurement, global procurement sourcing, investment recovery, and socially responsible procurement.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • focus on the procurement objectives.
    • supplier selection and evaluation.
    • quality issues in procurement.
    • global procurement sourcing.
    • investment recovery.
    • socially responsible procurement.
  • Part III: Elements of logistics systems
    This part includes the following topics; demand management, order management, and customer service, inventory management, distribution center, warehouse, and plant location, warehousing management, packaging and materials handling, transportation, transportation management, international logistics.

  • Topic 1: demand management, order management, and customer service

    This topic identifies the demand management, order management, customer service, managing customer service.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • identify the demand management
    • order management
    • customer service
    • managing customer service
  • Topic 2: inventory management

    This topic identifies the inventory classifications, inventory costs, when to order, how much to order, inventory flow, inventory management, and special concerns.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • identify the inventory classifications.
    • inventory costs.
    • when to order.
    • inventory flow.
    • inventory management: special concerns.
  • Topic 3: distribution center, warehouse, and plant location

    This topic identifies the strategic importance of facility locations, determining the number of facilities, general factors influencing locations, specialized locations characteristics, finding the lowest-cost location, grid systems, facility relocation and facility closing.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • identify the strategic importance of facility locations.
    • determining the number of facilities.
    • general factors influencing locations.
    • specialized locations characteristics.
    • finding the lowest-cost location.
    • grid systems.
    • facility relocation and facility closing.
  • Topic 4: warehousing management

    This topic focuses on public, private, contract, and multiline warehousing, design considerations in warehousing, warehousing operations.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • focus on public, private, contract.
    • multiline warehousing.
    • design considerations in warehousing.
    • warehousing operations.
  • Topic 5: packaging and materials handling

    This topic identifies product characteristics, packaging fundamentals, issues in packaging, unit loads in materials handling, materials handling.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • identify product characteristics.
    • packaging fundamentals.
    • issues in packaging.
    • unit loads in materials handling.
    • materials handling.
  • Topic 6: transportation

    This topic focuses on the overview of transportation infrastructure, transportation modes, intermodal transportation specialists, transportation regulation, and legal classification of carriers.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • focus on the overview of transportation infrastructure.
    • transportation modes.
    • intermodal transportation specialists.
    • transportation regulation.
    • legal classification of carriers.
  • Topic 7: transportation management

    This topic focuses on rate (pricing) considerations, model and carrier selection, documentation, making and receiving shipments, transportation service quality.


    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • focus on rate (pricing) considerations.
    • model and carrier selection.
    • documentation.
    • making and receiving shipments.
    • transportation service quality.
  • Topic 8: international logistics

    This topic identifies the macro environmental influences on international logistics, international documentation, terms of sale, and methods of payment, international trade specialists, and transportation considerations in international logistics, international trade inventories, and logistics performance index.

    TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • the macro environmental influences on international logistics.
    • international documentation.
    • terms of sale.
    • methods of payment.
    • international trade specialists.
    • transportation considerations in international logistics.
    • international trade inventories.
    • logistics performance index.

Course Overview

Over the past 20 years, no area of business operations has changed more than supply chain. Streamlining internal operations is no longer enough to effectively compete. Today, in order to be successful, companies must transform their supply chains into value chains.
EMAK have combined the Mini MBA Course with Oracle e-Business Supply Chain Solutions to offer a unique information-driven value chain management approach. This course is designed to educate and make participants aware of Oracle E-Business.

Course Objectives:

By attending this course, a combination of lecture, hands-on exercises, and case study, students will gain valuable insight into the Oracle E-Business Suite SCM R12.1 features and functions. The focus of the course will be to educate participants on Oracle EBS R12.1 SCM Essentials and will cover Oracle Inventory, Oracle Purchasing and Oracle Order Management. The course objectives are:

  • Define items in Oracle Inventory
  • Understand the concept of move orders
  • Understand how to define and maintain a cycle count
  • Understand the overall inventory process in Oracle Inventory
  • Explain Order Import and assemble to order
  • Managing the customers and sales orders
  • Understand the Inventory Structure and Units of measure
  • Understanding ATP and scheduling
  • Define and maintain suppliers
  • Use an approved supplier list
  • Understand Purchasing administration
  • Use the Professional Buyer's Work-center

Who Should Attend:

  • Procurement Managers and Supervisors
  • Inventory Control Accountants & Supervisors
  • Sales Managers & Supervisors

Course Topics:

R12 Oracle E-Business Essentials Overview:
  • Navigating Oracle R12 user interface
  • E-Business Suite (EBS) product footprint and architecture
  • Fundamentals of Flexfields
Oracle Inventory:
  • Define Items
  • Items Transactions (All Types)
  • Accuracy (Physical Adjustment)
Oracle Purchasing:
  • Procure To Pay Cycle
  • Purchasing Documents Types
Oracle Order Management:
  • Order To Cash Cycle
  • Drop Shipment Cycle
  • Back To Back Cycle
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