ASCI Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) Part 1



This course is being delivered over three consecutive Thursday and Fridays.

Start date: 10:00am Thursday, 15 November 2018

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Session 1 – 15/11/18
Session 2 – 16/11/18
Session 3 – 22/11/18
Session 4 – 23/11/18
Session 5 – 29/11/18
Session 6 – 30/11/18

Thousands of employers worldwide look for the Certified and Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) designation when making critical hiring decisions. These companies know that CPIM designees have the proven knowledge and skills to strategically streamline operations.

ASCI is offering the APICS CPIM instructor-led review course that will expand your supply chain knowledge and prepare you for the APICS CPIM certification exam.

The instructor-led option is ideal for students who are perhaps not accustomed to the rigor and discipline of work and study, or those who simply wish to review and assess the material in a more consultative and collaborative format.


It is a mandatory requirement that students have purchased and received the CPIM Part 1 Learning System prior to attending instructor-led classes

Students attending the instructor-led program receive the CPIM Student Slides for reference throughout the course.

Additional text books may be purchased as required.

Module 1: Basics of Supply Chain Management

  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • Demand Management
  • Master Planning
  • Material Requirements Planning
  • Capacity Management
  • Purchasing
  • Inventory Management
  • Execution and Control
  • Physical Distribution
  • Continuous Improvement


43B Nathan Drive
Campbellfield, Victoria 3061

Workshop leader:

Phil Heenan, CFPIM, CSCP, CLTD, CS&OP.
Phil Heenan has been educating and coaching practitioners in companies throughout the Asia Pacific region and working with the S&OP creators from around the world since 1985 showing organisations how to increase profits by attaining best practice in S&OP and Supply Chain Management. He is a contributing author to the Handbook of Supply Chain & Logistics Management and S&OP Best Practices book. He was the first person in Australia to receive the CS&OP and the first person in Victoria to receive Class A MRPII.

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