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–      Career Overview: Supply Chain Management

–      Overview of Supply Chain Management Careers and Salaries

–      Why a Career in Supply Chain Management?

–      Careers in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

–      If You are in Supply Chain, You Made a Smart Career Choice

 

  • Chartered Institute for Supply Chain Management

The Chartered Institute of Supply Chain Management (CISCM global) is a non-profit organization registered in the State of Nevada, with corporate Head office in United State of America, which consist of members who are involved in a diverse range of business activities or components of Supply Chain Management such as Operation, Project, Logistics, Production, Transport, Shipping, Import/Export, Procurement, Stores, Warehousing, Supply and Materials Management disciplines etc.

www.ciscmglobal.org

 

  • Institute for Supply Chain Management

Leader of supply management through education, research, standards of excellence, influence building & information dissemination.
www.ism.ws

 

  • ISCEA, The International Supply Chain Education Alliance

ISCEA conducts many workshops to improve the knowledge of Manufacturing and Service industry professionals worldwide. ISCEA’s mission is to be a single source for Total Supply Chain Knowledge through Education, Certification, and Recognition

ISCEA is the developer of internationally recognized certification programs of Certified Supply Chain Manager (CSCM), Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA), Certified Lean Master (CLM), Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, and Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt programs.
www.iscea.com

 

  • CSCMP – Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

The World’s Leading Source for the Supply Chain Profession. Each year, CSCMP hosts the Annual Global Conference, supply chain’s premier event™. This year’s event is being held in Chicago, Illinois, September 20-23. Success requires new ideas and the right tools to produce the kind of results needed in today’s economy. At CSCMP’s Annual Global Conference, you’ll get all three through multiple learning and networking opportunities. This year’s keynote is Gary Maxwell, Senior Vice President of International Supply Chain for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Register now to take advantage of early registration savings!
http://cscmp.org/events/annual-global/index.asp

 

  • Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA)

MHIA is an international trade association that has represented the material handling & logistics industry since 1945. MHIA members include material handling and logistics equipment and systems manufacturers, integrators, consultants, publishers, and third party logistics providers. The association sponsors trade events, such as ProMat, NA 2010 and MODEX 2012 Expo and Conference to showcase the products and services of its member companies and to educate industry professionals on the productivity solutions provided through material handling and logistics.
http://www.MHIA.org

 

  • International Institute for Procurement and Market Research (IIPMR)

International Institute for Procurement and Market Research (IIPMR) is a global leader in training and certification for Market Research and Supply Chain Management education.

 

IIPMR is also a pioneer in creating the world’s first online business to business (B2B) E-commerce platform that has an inbuilt Market Intelligence/Market Research tool. It has registered members from 54+ countries ranging from CEO’s, Procurement Managers and Analysts. Visit: http://www.iipmr.com for further details.

See more at: http://iipmr.com/education/about_us.html

 

APICS, is a not-for-profit international education organization, offering certification programs, training tools and networking opportunities to increase workplace performance. It was founded in Cleveland in 1957 as the American Production and Inventory Control Society, and currently has more than 36,000 individual and corporate members in more than 10,000 companies worldwide. In April 2008, the organization relocated to Chicago, Illinois.

http://www.apics.org/about/overview

 

  • American Society of Transportation and Logistics (AST&L)

The American Society of Transportation and Logistics (ASTL) is the premier professional organization for transportation and logistics professionals. Founded in 1946 by industry leaders, ASTL strives to promote and ensure the highest level of global standards through professional certification in the field of transportation and logistics. ASTL certification programs are used throughout business, academia, and governments worldwide. Our worldwide advocacy for logistics and transportation is supported by our globally-recognized credentials, our extensive research journal, and our professional development opportunities.

http://www.astl.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3277

 

  • Institute of Supply Chain Management (IOSCM)

The Institute of Supply Chain Management was formed as the first international institute representing the interests of the supply chain industry across the world and truly encompassing all aspects of supply chain operations from purchasing to manufacturing, logistics to general management.

 

Aiming to reinforce and promote best practice and high standards in the industry, the institute is an impartial organisation offering services internationally in support of businesses and professionals within the sector.

http://www.ioscm.com/about-us

 

  • International Purchasing and Supply Chain Institute (IPSCMI)

IPSCMI’s purchasing and supply chain management courses and programs are provided around the world by a complete network of alliance partners which contract with IPSCMI for collaboration in conducting the IPSCMI programs. Training courses are usually joint IPSCMI/alliance partner efforts, in order to deliver quality programs catering to the needs of the diverse student clientele. Instructors, whether they are provided by IPSCMI or the alliance partner, must be certified in the discipline they teach. In Asia and the Middle East, every effort is made to find qualified local instructors, who can teach the curricula in the local native language, without the need for interpretation. When American or other non-native instructors are used, a local interpreter with intensive background/knowledge of purchasing and supply chain management acts as a “second instructor” for those students without complete English facility.

http://www.ipscmi.org/about/introduction.php

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