University of Wisconsin-Madison's Executive Education has launched its new certificate series in supply chain management (SCM). Workshops in 2001 focusing on demand planning, e-fulfillment, and e-procurement complete the certificate requirement with two additional related one-day programs available. Other seminars in 2001 are part of the transportation, planning, pricing, and costing certificate.
Supply Chain Management Certificate Series - How to Re-engineer Supply Chains; fee: $1,045; Feb 12-13 and May 14-15.
- Outsourcing Logistics Services and Partnering in Supply Chains; fee: $550; Feb 14 and May 16.
- Impact of Global Business Opportunities on Supply Chains; fee: $550; Feb 15 and May 17.
- Demand Planning and Sales Forecasting for Supply Chain Management; fee: $1,045; March 19-20.
- Logistics and e-Fulfillment Strategies for Supply Chain Management; fee: $1,045; April 24-25.
- Sourcing and e-Procurement Strategies for Supply Chain Management; fee: $1,045; April 26-27.
Transportation Planning, Pricing, and Costing Certificate - Motor Carrier Assessment, Selection and Pricing; fee: $995; March 12-14.
- Contracting and Managing Motor Carrier and Logistics Services in Supply Chains; fee: $895; March 15-16.
- Today's Buying, Selling, and Pricing of Transportation Services; fee: $995; April 2-4 (program ends at 11:30 am April 4).
- Industrial Transportation Management and Quality Performance; fee: $995; April 4-6 (program begins at 1 pm April 4).
- Import/Export Documentation and Traffic; fee: $795; May 7-8.
- Transportation Claims Management and Prevention; fee: $795; May 9-10.
Seminars are held at the new Fluno Center for Executive Education or Grainger Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.