The first chapter compares the Supply Chains of the Manufacturing and Upstream Oil industries: similarities and differences. This chapter details the functions of SC and their interaction. It links the Supply Chain and Logistics functions.
The second chapter gives the golden rules and best practices in Purchasing, Shipping, Inspection, International Transport and Inventory Management. It also describes the Purchasing Process in detail.
The course then studies the strategic tools of the Purchasing function: Category Management, Supplier Strategy and Market Research. Framework Agreements and Contracts.
This course is primarily intended for Purchasers or Purchasing Department Managers. It is also necessary for the actors of the Supply Chain: Shipper, Inventory Manager, Cost Controller, Forwarding Agent.
It is also recommended to Logistics staff who wish to deepen their knowledge of the Supply Chain.
By the end of this course, participants will have an in-depth knowledge of the supply chain and how to optimize its efficiency through recommended practices and exercises.
They will have a better understanding of the interaction between the different links in the chain.
They are composed of Paul Adrian and Pierre Lhermitte.
5. Content of the course
It is detailed as follows:
Comparison of Manufacturing and Upstream Petroleum SCs. Examples. This module explains the specifics of the Upstream O&G operational CS.
Definition of different Supply functions: Mission, objectives, tasks and job descriptions.
How to efficiently organize and control the Purchasing Process. This chapter describes the different steps of the Purchasing Process from the expression of the need to the evaluation of the Supplier's Performance.
Definition and Principles of Sustainable Purchasing - Definition of "Category Management" - Role of the Category Manager - Market study - Strategy by Category and by Sellers - Agreement and Framework Contract: Definition - Comparison - Benefits and Constraints - Purchases covered by the Framework Contract.
Regulatory framework and Incoterms, Role of the Forwarding Agent and Key Actors, Liability & Insurance in International Transport, Contracting the Forwarding Agent, Customs Regulations, Packaging of Goods.
6. Teaching tools
The Distance Learning Course is a powerful pedagogical tool offering the following advantages:
7. Conditions of participation
They are detailed as follows:
Price of the training: 250 Euros/day of training (duration: 4h).
Candidates who wish to participate must register at least 7 days before the beginning of the training and make a payment by :
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