Certified Logistics Manager (CLM)
The scope of supply chain and logistics is expanding dramatically as more businesses that produce and/or distribute goods rely largely on these professionals. The ability to take advantage of these opportunities is made simpler by the Certified Logistics Manager certification, which guarantees the required expertise in relevant professions.
Certified Logistics Manager has been designed for experienced professionals who want to learn while working in the logistics and supply chain management fields. Distribution, transportation, inventory control, sustainable logistics practices, key performance indicators, supply chain financing, leadership in a supply chain role, and an introduction to logistics technology are all covered in this course from a practical, managerial perspective.
Certification Program Objectives:
- Recognize supply chain integration to support products in the many product life cycles by mastering the fundamental information required for the logistics, transportation, and distribution business.
- Supply, demand, and inventory policies should all be balanced with inventory management and manufacturing.
- Determine the operational issues that supply chains and logistics systems face and argue that models and techniques are relevant for resolving them.
- Utilize organizational resources and competencies throughout supply chain and logistics business operations.
- To be certified as CLM, student should take up a 1.5 hours exam at the designated examination centers.
- The qualifying exam would consist of 50 multiple choice questions, testing core certification modules.
- Professionals with relevant experience and other qualifying criteria may be exempted from the examination.
Module 1: Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Module 2: Decision Strategies in Transportation and Warehousing
Module 3: Global Logistics Strategies
Module 4: Logistics Performance Measurement
The candidate should have completed CLP or having 5 years of work experience in Logistics / Supply Chain Management.