CSCMP University- Transportation Scheduler

Overview

Course name CSCMP University- Transportation Scheduler
Institution Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals University
Location Online
Website cscmp.org
Language English
Contact information

Kathleen Hedland

khedland@cscmp.org

+1.630.645.3463

Details

Course objective

Learn about topics such as road freight transport, distribution planning, routing, scheduling, and collaboration, just to name a few.

Sector Private
General course topics One logistics function in great detail
Specific course topics

Integrating Transportation Strategy with Supply Chain Strategy, Logistics in the Supply Chain, Supply Chain Planning: Introduction, Transportation Planning, Distribution Planning, Transportation Costing and Pricing I, Transportation Costing and Pricing II, Reasons for Logistics Outsourcing, Transportation Routing and Scheduling, Transportation Activity Based Costing, Information Technology for Transportation, Collaborative Transportation Management, and Allocation and Order Promising.

Total time commitment 39
Focus commodity Any or other commodity
Accredited No
Accredited by N/A
Certificate name Certificate
Degree name CSCMP Certificate of Completion
Attendance mode Online
Incentives No
Incentives description

N/A

Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate) 100
Audience Practitioner
Pre-requisites No
Pre-requisites description

N/A

Course fee $1,095
Course fee description

Immediate online access to purchased course through CSCMP University

Discount available No
Discount description

Please contact the course host for this information.

Course included in analysis No
Additional comments

Time commitment given is an average as time commitment is not given for each of the sessions in the course. To know actual time, contact CSCMP. This course is intended for participants who are responsible for developing and implementing a transportation demand plan and a transportation capacity plan. Responsible for creating network models that show the transportation mode and freight capacity requirements for all the product flow volumes and delivery requirements at an established service level. Also responsible for identifying the optimal number of carriers and capabilities by mode, determining what carriers to use, and determining routing and scheduling.