SCOR Professional training introduces attendees to the full scope and contents of the SCOR model. Participants learn the major components (Performance, Process, Practices, and People) and how to describe and characterize supply chains using SCOR.
SCOR Professional Training
During the three–day, instructor–led interactive SCOR Professional training session, participants can expect group discussion and individual exercises to encourage active learning. Participants learn about SCOR process nomenclature, process metrics, and process practices in a systematic manner to enable mastery of:
Supply chain processes – Supply chains are described using the standard SCOR processes (Plan, Source, Make, Deliver, Return, and Enable). Process training delves into each component. Process education also addresses process modeling.
Supply chain performance metrics – SCOR metrics describe and address reliability, responsiveness, agility, cost and asset efficiency. The application of metrics and supply chain benchmarking is discussed.
Supply chain practices – Process maturity is examined and class participants are trained on how to asses supply chain activities and apply best practices.
Supply chain people Skills –The SCOR model offers insight on organizational design and the people skills and competencies required for successful supply chain operation.
In addition to learning about the SCOR model and its application, the class will investigate a SCOR project case study.
Participants receive a copy of the SCOR model, a SCOR Quick Reference Guide and a SCOR Professional Training Participant Workbook.
In addition, by attending this class participants will:
Understand how successful companies apply SCOR – Learn about the typical deliverables recommended for projects and how to use SCOR to improve supply chain and business performance.
Learn how to organize projects – Every supply chain project is different, yet all projects are similar. The SCOR Roadmap offers a standardized way to address a variety of supply chain projects in an organized manner.
Build credibility – The ability to manage projects with predictable outcomes–improvement in performance and reliable processes–increases your team’s credibility with senior management and other departments.
Highly Qualified Instructors
The SCOR training program is led by instructors who are formally qualified by APICS. They hold the SCOR-P endorsement, possess in-depth SCOR experience and are deeply knowledgeable in all functions of supply chain operations (Plan, Source, Make, Deliver, Return, and Enable).
The SCOR Professional (SCOR-P) endorsement program establishes a global standard of excellence for applying SCOR. The designation provides a practical method for assessing the skills and competencies of supply chain professionals and a method for evaluating the effectiveness of training. For more information, visit apics.org/scor-p.