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Business Continuity for Supply Chain Management
Duration: 3½ hours of self-led instruction
Examination: none (short quiz at the end of the course)
Cost: $295.00

Description

Our revolutionary, just-released supply chain management course doesn’t just impart a wealth of new information, it also delivers that critical knowledge in an innovative, new multimedia format. Gone are static slides, replaced with dynamic, interactive content that will engage you and make web-based learning more fun and effective than ever before. While the way we deliver the course is, well, really cool, be assured that content remains king. The course will cover strategies for managing business continuity in your supply chain and teach you how to apply supply chain management (SCM) to your business continuity management (BCM) program. SCM – the management of a network of interconnected businesses involved in the ultimate provision of product and service packages required by end customers – spans all movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. And all of that is covered in this comprehensive course. You’ll hear from experts, view compelling video content, participate in interactive Q&As, and test your knowledge – knowledge that is critical to your employer as well as your professional growth. Supply chain disruptions are one of the greatest concerns for continuity professionals. As companies increase their reliance on external suppliers to increase overall performance and efficiency, unique issues are raised for you. In addition to managing the recovery of internal resources, you must understand the resources external partner provide as well as the impact of the loss of those resources on the organization. There’s no better way to learn all that (and more) while bolstering your skills and increasing your worth to your employer, than this course!

Objective

- Defining SCM as it relates to Business Continuity Management (BCM)
- Understanding BCM and SCM terminology and methodology
- Applying SCM to your BCM program
- Correctly answering the knowledge check questions

Outline

Introduction: Business Continuity for Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Lesson 1: Types of Suppliers
Lesson 2: Supply Chain
Lesson 3: Cyber Threats
Lesson 4: SCM Business Continuity
Lesson 5: Insurance - RIsk Transfer