Logistics relates to the distribution of goods and services from supplier to customer, over a broad range of industries. Logistics courses are often taken by those wanting to work in product placement and goods distribution. Certification, diploma and degree program options are available through study options that include online, distance learning, and classroom education.
Logistics courses explore such topics as product distribution, transportation management, supply chain, inventory control, and customer service. Professionals pursuing logistics courses often work in freight and goods, warehouse distribution, transportation management, store management, product creation and other goods and services related careers. Additionally, due to the increased flow of goods and products globally, many logistics courses are now incorporating business methodologies and international marketing aspects into their courses.
Learn more about Logistics courses by reading through the programs below and you may find the courses you are looking for!
SAP S4 HANA, short for SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA, is SAP’s Next-Generation Business Suite. It is a new product fully built on the most advanced In-Memory Platform today – SAP HANA – and Modern Design Principles with the SAP Fioricet User Experience (UX). [+]
SAP S4 HANA, short for SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA, is SAP’s Next-Generation Business Suite. It is a new product fully built on the most advanced In-Memory Platform today – SAP HANA – and Modern Design Principles with the SAP Fioricet User Experience (UX). SAP S/4 HANA delivers Massive Simplifications (Customer Adoption, Data Model, User Experience, Decision Making, Business Processes, and Models) and innovations (Internet of Things, Big Data, Business Networks, and Mobile-First) to help Businesses run simply in a Digital and Networked Economy.
SAP S/4 HANA is the short form of SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA. It brings the next big wave of SAP Innovation to our Customers, similar to the transition from SAP R/2 to SAP R/3. SAP S/4 HANA is a new product with a new Code Line.... [-]
The Logistics Technology program of the University Corporation Minuto de Dios, aims to form integral professionals with social responsibility, prepared to manage tactically and operationally the logistics activities of the supply chain with systematic approach, highly innovative, trained to solve problems and raise alternatives that guarantee the fulfillment of the promise of service and the satisfaction of the investor. [+]
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The Logistics Technology program of the University Corporation Minuto de Dios , aims to form integral professionals with social responsibility, prepared to manage tactically and operationally the logistics activities of the supply chain with systematic approach, highly innovative, trained to solve problems and raise alternatives that guarantee the fulfillment of the promise of service and the satisfaction of the investor.Graduate profileThe logistics technologist of the Minuto de Dios University Corporation will be able to perform the following positions:Head of the distribution and transport areaChief in the area of customer serviceHead of warehouse and operations in distribution centersBoss in the reception and dispatch areaHead in the customer service departmentChief in the area of supply and sources of supplies.Inventory analyst.Entry documentsFill out the registration form.Attach the result of the State test for access to Higher Education.Attach a photocopy of the identity document (citizenship card, identity card, passport, corresponding visa, immigration card or the valid document that proves that it is in process).Attach a photocopy of the Degree Certificate as a bachelor.Attach receipt of payment of registration fees. [-]
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: how operations need to decide how to vary their capacity (if at all) as demand for their products and services fluctuates; how operations relate to each other in the context of a wider network of suppliers and customers, and how these relationships can be managed, etc. [+]
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the analytical dimensions for identifying the technical, managerial and ‘operations strategy’ characteristics of technology; the technology options that exist, ‘why’ potential investments in process technology investments work in practice, and ‘how’ to make such investments work in practice, etc. [+]
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the concepts that underlie one of the most influential sets of ideas to impact operations management; how managers can make their operation perform better through the use of the many elements of new (and not so new) improvement approaches, etc. [+]
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the meaning of operations strategy and how all parts of the business can use perspectives on operations strategy to establish a connection between strategy and operational processes and resources, etc. [+]
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: various types of process, and how these ‘building blocks’ of operations are designed; how different ways of arranging physical facilities affect the nature of flow through the operation, etc. [+]
In essence, at its core, business is about providing a superior product or service. The operations function of the organization consists of all the activities that produce what the organization produces. It is the function that creates the value that its customers seek. [+]
In essence, at its core, business is about providing a superior product or service. The operations function of the organization consists of all the activities that produce what the organization produces. It is the function that creates the value that its customers seek. This short program analyses the processes used to deliver products to the marketplace. Several “world class” firms have demonstrated that effective operational management can be a potent and competitive weapon. This short program addresses the key operations and logistical issues in service and manufacturing operations, which have strategic as well as tactical implications. Both quantitative and qualitative techniques and principles, used by leading organizations, are examined.... [-]
In this program, faculty present state-of-the-art models and practical tools for supply chain management and multi-plant coordination. [+]
Create opportunities for revolutionizing your operations through increased efficiencies in the design and management of your supply chain. In this program, faculty present state-of-the-art models and practical tools for supply chain management and multi-plant coordination.
Sessions focus on effective logistics strategies for companies operating complex networks and on the integration of supply chain components into a coordinated system to increase service levels and to reduce costs. The effective management of facilities, inventories, transportation, information, outsourcing, and strategic partnering to improve operational performance are presented with real-world case studies. Each participant receives the book Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning, and Operation. ... [-]
Uncover hidden problems and improve your organization’s operations with powerful and proven tools. [+]
Does any of this sound familiar to you?Customers are complaining Staff is frustrated There’s finger pointing and blaming between departments We circumvent procedures to expedite work Quality, service, and timeliness need improvement Costs are too high
If you said “yes” then this program is for you.
Analyzing and Improving Operations can help you sort out the problems (people, systems, workflow, and information), find the root cause, and develop a course of action to eliminate the issue. The workshop not only focuses on the big-picture perspective of systems and organizational structure, but also will also delve into the specifics by analyzing workflow, information, and job issues.... [-]
Deepen knowledge of Logistics, Operations and quality control using, as a reference the concept of lean manufacturing (Toyotism) applied to factories and services. [+]
Students learn to increase front office efficiency and help sales grow with the knowledge and skills gained from the completion of this module. Topics include revenue management and the latest technology applications. [+]
Graduates receive an AHLEI Certificate for each module completed as well as an IHS Short Course Certificate.Course Description
Students learn to increase front office efficiency and help sales grow with the knowledge and skills gained from the completion of this module. Topics include revenue management and the latest technology applications. This module shows how front office activities and functions affect other departments and focuses on how to manage the front office to ensure the property’s goals are met.What does the programme cover? Classification of hotels in terms of their ownership, affiliation, and levels of service. The various functional areas within hotels. Front office operations during the four stages of the guest cycle. The reservations process and tools managers use to track and control reservations. The registration process and creative registration options. Typical service requests that guests make at the front desk. Important issues in developing and managing a security program. Creating and maintaining front office accounts. Functions and procedures related to the check-out and account settlement. Cleaning responsibilities of the housekeeping department. The front office audit process. Ratios and formulas used to forecast room availability. Revenue management including capacity management, discount allocation, and duration control. Effective hiring and orientation of front office staff. [-]
Advance your accountancy skills and expertise to the next level with this course in Enterprise Operations, which is part of the highly acclaimed CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification. [+]
The E1 Enterprise operations course covers one of the nine units that make up the prestigious CIMA Professional Chartered Management Account qualification.Gain insight into the social, political and economic context of business, including the emergence of major economies across the world, the importance of offshoring and outsourcing and the impact of international macroeconomic developments upon an organisation’s competitive environment. Understand the relationship between internal and external governance of an organisation. Understand the value of information and the reason for the increased dependence on information systems seen by organisations worldwide, as well as how these information systems are transforming as technology advances. Learn how to overcome problems that can be faced while implementing information systems, and how to manage information system activities with respect to the wider organisation, including the related costs, benefits, security issues and system changeover methods. Learn about the different methods of quality measurement and how to implement a quality programme. Explore the concept of marketing, defining the term and the variation in the marketing environment, as well as the various theories of consumer behaviour. Understand the relationship between market research, segmentation, positioning and targeting and learn how to apply various tools to each section of the mix. Explain the role of branding and brand equity within an organisation’s marketing strategy. Learn more about the role of Human Resources within an organisation, its functions and how the department can contribute positively towards a business’ success Who is it intended for?... [-]
Streamlining Office and Service Operations-Techniques to achieve process improvement on the business side. [+]
Today, enormous amounts of waste exist in office and service operations. Delays, bottlenecks, errors, redundancy, work-arounds, and ambiguity abounds. Non value added work can be as high as 95 percent.
Manufacturing organizations have had great success in applying Lean techniques and trimming time and money. However there are significant challenges and differences in an office operation versus a manufacturing setting. You need a tailored approach to improving office/service operations—but there are Lean tools that you can apply.
Through simulation, cases, and by working on your own processes, you will learn and practice Lean tools to dramatically improve quality and service, while shrinking time and cost. Look at work flow, information flow and job design—not with an eye to eliminating people—but maximizing their effort. You will know which tool to use based on the goal of the effort and problems you face.... [-]
This program trains on the importance of logistics management and supply chain in its conception of planning and management of critical enterprise resources, as a contribution to the efficiency, profitability and create competitive advantage by adding value, reducing costs and increasing level of service received by the customer ... [+]
This program trains on the importance of logistics management and supply chain in its conception of planning and management of critical enterprise resources, as a contribution to the efficiency, profitability and create competitive advantage by adding value, reducing costs and increasing level of service received by the customer.
Throughout completed the participant will develop the skills to become the leader of the supply chain, with solid knowledge, tools and skills to implement effective management of the supply chain making a qualitative and quantitative contribution to the competitiveness of the company .
Upon completion of the graduate may audit, monitoring, budgeting, forecasting from an economic, equity and financial standpoint, the operation of the company, as well, designing new lines of work, designing the product, information management and flows financial involved throughout the entire actual process from the supplier to the end customer.... [-]