CSCA (Certified Supply Chain Analyst)
 
 
 

This program is designed to provide you the opportunity to demonstrate your mastery of the body of knowledge relating to the basics of the supply chain.  Foundational topics, theories, decision aids, strategies, etc. will be presented in a clear and concise manner.  Specifically, some of the topics presented are Sourcing, the role of inventory in the supply chain, MRP, and Transportation. Beyond these specific supply chain topics, related issues such as Team dynamics, Sustainability, Lean and continuous improvement tools, will be presented. A CSCA designation demonstrates your expertise.

 
 

MODULE 1

FUNDAMENTAL TOPICS

MODULE 2

PLANNING AND STRATEGY

1.1 Overview 2.1 Fundamental Issues
1.2 Strategy 2.2 Aggregate Planning
1.3 Framework for Discussion 2.3 Role of Inventory
2.4 Material Requirement Planning
 

MODULE 3

TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS

MODULE 3

RELATED TOPICS

3.1 Sourcing 4.1 Sales Order Fulfillment
3.2 Purchasing 4.2 Lean and Continuous Improvement Tools
3.3 Manufacturing 4.3 Sustainability
3.4 Transportation 4.4 Team Dynamics
3.5 Warehousing and Distribution

 

 

PERFECT PROGRAM FOR

 
  • Entry level supply chain professionals.
  • Organizations in need of a baseline common language for their supply chain team.
  • Individuals involved in SC improvement and automation projects (ERP, Lean, etc.)
  • Proactive individuals looking to stand out in the eyes of recruiters or current employers.
 

ISCEA CONTINUING CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Your credentials with the ISCEA make you an industry expert. Therefore, ISCEA requires that all its certification holders participate in continuing education to keep up with ever changing global supply chain body of knowledge and practice. You have invested time and money to obtain the ISCEA Credential. It is up to you to protect your investment by renewing your certification with ISCEA every three (3) years.