CSCP Certified Supply Chain Professional


In this course, you will learn the APICS standards for CSCP Certified Supply Chain Professional ® required to pass the CSCP ® exam. You will receive a CD of material including the CSCP ® guide and exam bank questions. You will also receive Campus CSCP ® certificate.


– The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional CSCP program is recognized worldwide as the premier supply chain management educational and certification program.

– The APICS CSCP program takes a broad view of operations, extending beyond internal operations to  encompass the entire supply chain—from supplier, through the company, to the end consumer. The program provides professionals with the knowledge necessary to understand and manage the integration and coordination of end-to-end supply chain activities.

– Introduced in 2006, APICS CSCP has quickly become the premier certification and training program encompassing the entire global supply chain.
– Covers a breadth of topics – globalization, logistics, supplier and customer relationship management, information technology.
– Preferred by leading companies worldwide to provide a thorough supply chain education for global operations.
– Sets the standard for supply chain education and certification more than 7,500 people in 67 countries have earned the APICS CSCP designation.


– APICS the association is for operations management is the global leader and premier source of the body of knowledge in operations management , serving nearly 40,000 members globally.

– The APICS Education and certification programs are recognized worldwide as the standard of professional competence in production and inventory management, operations management and supply chain management.

– The APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) Is a well- Known program on a global scale as the main program to teach and give a certification of the supply chain.

– Introduced in 2006, The program APICS (CSCP) to take a broad look at the processes and go beyond internal operations to include the entire supply chain- From the supplier through the company, right down to the consumer covers a wide range of topics globalization, logistics , supplier and customer relationship management and information technology.

Certificate Advantages

– The only certification that encompasses the end – to end global supply chain.

– Administered in 62 countries and preferred by leading companies worldwide.

– The Highest standard of certification based on a psycho metrically validated exam and body of knowledge.

– Employers and recruiters seek APICS CSCP designers.

– The APICS CSCP increases your professional value and secures your future.

– By earning the APICS CSCP designation, you will demonstrate significant commitment to your profession and your career, distinguish yourself as an industry expert and excel with your newly acquired specialized knowledge.

Training workshop

Module 1: Supply Chain Design

Module 2: Supply Chain Planning and Execution 

Module 3: Supply Chain Improvement and Best Practices


– Logistics Personnel

– Materials Managements

– Purchasing Personnel

– Supply Chain Managers


– Individuals will gain the knowledge and skills demanded of supply chain leaders in all sectors of the worldwide economy , including service , manufacturing and government including specialized skills the boost productivity , collaboration and innovation knowledge of how to positively affect times, inventory, productivity and bottom line profitability.

– Increased knowledge to effectively and efficiently manage supply chain activities when there are suppliers, plants, distributors and customers around the world.

– Expertise and confidence leading to job satisfaction.


– Following up/guiding the participant until he/she passes the CSCP exam

–  40 credit hours

– Certified and professional instructors

– Free material + questions

– Free revision for each section

– Free quiz after each section

– Re-attending the course when needed without any charge

– Catering services

– Certificate of attendance from CAMPUS


A certificate issued by the Association for Operations Management (APICS).

In addition to a Certificate of attendance for the course, accredited by Campus.

Course Outlines

The CSCP program is composed of 3 Modules:


Module 1: Supply Chain Design


Section A: Develop the Supply Chain Strategy


Chapter 1: Inputs to Supply Chain Strategy

  • Topic 1: Business Model
  • Topic 2: External Inputs to Supply Chain Strategy


Chapter 2: Supply Chains and Supply Chain Strategy

  • Topic 1: Supply Chains and Supply Chain Management
  • Topic 2: Objectives of Supply Chain Management Strategy
  • Topic 3: Supply Chain Strategy: Alignment and Value Proposition
  • Topic 4: Supply Chain Strategy: Core Capabilities
  • Topic 5: Supply Chain Strategy: Cost Structure and Revenue Model
  • Topic 6: Supply Chain Maturity


Chapter 3: Resolving Misalignments or Gaps

  • Topic 1: Reasons Misalignments or Gaps Occur
  • Topic 2: Recognizing Misalignments or Gaps
  • Topic 3: Resolving Misalignments or Gaps


Chapter 4: Tools and Techniques

  • Topic 1: Macro and Micro Economic Considerations
  • Topic 2: Accounting and Financial Reporting Information
  • Topic 3: Strategic Analysis Tools


Section B: Design the Supply Chain


Chapter 1: Business Considerations

  • Topic 1: Market, Financial, and Product Research and Modeling
  • Topic 2: Reverse and Specialized Supply Chains
  • Topic 3: Collaboration with Supply Chain Partners


Chapter 2: Supply Chain Design

  • Topic 1: Supply Chain Design and Configuration
  • Topic 2: Inventory, Technology, and Metrics Design
  • Topic 3: Fulfillment Strategies Considering Market Requirements
  • Topic 4: Product Design for New Products or Requirements
  • Topic 5: Supply Chain Network Optimization


Chapter 3: Technology Design

  • Topic 1: Information Technology and Supply Chain Management
  • Topic 2: Electronic Business Considerations
  • Topic 3: Key Technology Applications
  • Topic 4: Data Acquisition and Management


Chapter 4: Implementation Tools: Communications and Projects

  • Topic 1: Communication Considerations
  • Topic 2: Project Management Considerations
  • Topic 3: Project Management Process Groups


Module 2: Supply Chain Planning and Execution 


Section A: Procure and Deliver Goods and Services


Chapter 1: Demand Management

  • Topic 1: Components of Demand Management
  • Topic 2: Forecasting Demand
  • Topic 3: Demand Prioritization
  • Topic 4: Demand Management Functional Responsibilities and Interfaces


Chapter 2: Operations Planning and Control

  • Topic 1: Master Planning and Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP)
  • Topic 2: Master Scheduling
  • Topic 3: Controlling Priorities
  • Topic 4: Materials and Inventory
  • Topic 5: Capacity Management, Planning, and Control


Chapter 3: Inventory Management

  • Topic 1: The Need for Inventory
  • Topic 2: Aggregate and Item Inventory Management
  • Topic 3: Flow of Inventory
  • Topic 4: Functions of Inventory
  • Topic 5: Inventory-Related Cost Categories
  • Topic 6: Effects of Inventory on the Financial Statements
  • Topic 7: Inventory Planning
  • Topic 8: Inventory Control


Chapter 4: Supply Management

  • Topic 1: Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
  • Topic 2: Make-Versus-Buy Analysis
  • Topic 3: Range of Buyer-Supplier Relationships
  • Topic 4: Developing Supply Plans
  • Topic 5: Contracting
  • Topic 6: Expediting


Chapter 5: Logistics

  • Topic 1: Logistics Introduction
  • Topic 2: Logistics Objectives and Considerations
  • Topic 3: Warehouse Management Introduction
  • Topic 4: Warehousing Objectives and Considerations
  • Topic 5: Warehouse Capacity Forecasting and Planning
  • Topic 6: Materials Handling
  • Topic 7: Tradeoffs between Warehousing and Transportation Processes
  • Topic 8: Transportation Objectives and Considerations
  • Topic 9: Transportation Capacity Forecasting and Planning
  • Topic 10: Use of Logistics Service Providers
  • Topic 11: Modes of Transportation and Considerations for Selection
  • Topic 12: Expediting Processes
  • Topic 13: Delivery Patterns


Chapter 6: Monetary, Regulatory, and Trade Considerations

  • Topic 1: Currency Considerations and Funds Flow
  • Topic 2: Regulatory Requirements
  • Topic 3: Trade Considerations


Section B: Manage the Relationship with Supply Chain Partners


Chapter 1: Segmentation

  • Topic 1: Segmentation and Customer-Driven Marketing
  • Topic 2: Market Segmentation
  • Topic 3: Customer Segmentation
  • Topic 4: Segmentation of Suppliers or Other Supply Chain Partners


Chapter 2: Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

  • Topic 1: Introduction to Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Topic 2: CRM Strategy
  • Topic 3: Customer Selection or Segmentation
  • Topic 4: Customer Relationship Types
  • Topic 5: Performance Management
  • Topic 6: Technology Usage


Chapter 3: Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)

  • Topic 1: Introduction to Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • Topic 2: Supplier Selection
  • Topic 3: Supplier Relationship Types
  • Topic 4: Performance Management
  • Topic 5: Technology Usage


Chapter 4: Linkages between CRM and SRM

  • Topic 1: How Various Organizations Can Leverage CRM and SRM
  • Topic 2: Negotiation and Collaboration
  • Topic 3: Terms and Conditions
  • Topic 4: Contracts and Enforceability


Section C: Manage Reverse Logistics


Chapter 1: Reverse Logistics

  • Topic 1: Reverse Logistics Introduction
  • Topic 2: Strategy and Design for Reverse Logistics
  • Topic 3: Reverse Logistics Benefits and Costs


Chapter 2: Waste Considerations

  • Topic 1: Waste Hierarchy
  • Topic 2: Waste Exchange and Hazardous Waste


Module 3: Supply Chain Improvement and Best Practices


Section A: Comply with Standards, Regulations, and Sustainable Best Practices


Chapter 1: International Standards and Regulatory Compliance

  • Topic 1: Import/Export, Intellectual Property, and Licensing Compliance
  • Topic 2: International Accounting, Tax, and Labor Laws


Chapter 2: Corporate Social Responsibility Considerations

  • Topic 1: Triple Bottom Line
  • Topic 2: The UN Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative
  • Topic 3: Other Sustainability Guidelines


Chapter 3: Social, Environmental, Safety, and Quality Accreditations and Certifications

  • Topic 1: Standards, Accreditations, and Certifications
  • Topic 2: Quality Accreditations and Certifications
  • Topic 3: Environmental Accreditations and Certifications
  • Topic 4: Social Accreditations and Certifications
  • Topic 5: Safety Accreditations and Certifications


Section B: Manage Risk in the Supply Chain


Chapter 1: Risk Identification

  • Topic 1: Risk Management
  • Topic 2: Risk Identification and Documentation
  • Topic 3: Supply Chain Risk


Chapter 2: Risk Assessment and Classification

  • Topic 1: Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Topic 2: Quantitative Risk Analysis


Chapter 3: Risk Response

  • Topic 1: Risk Response Planning
  • Topic 2: Preventive and Contingent Action Plans for the Supply Chain
  • Topic 3: Business Continuity and Plan Implementation


Chapter 4: Security, Regulatory, and Compliance Concerns

  • Topic 1: Security and Regulatory Concerns
  • Topic 2: Risk Standards


Section C: Measure, Analyze, and Improve the Supply Chain


Chapter 1: Supply Chain Metrics

  • Topic 1: Supply Chain Strategy and Metrics Selection
  • Topic 2: Customer-Focused Metrics
  • Topic 3: Financial Metrics
  • Topic 4: Operational Metrics


Chapter 2: Measuring Performance and Customer Service

  • Topic 1: Measuring and Communicating Performance
  • Topic 2: SCOR Performance Measures
  • Topic 3: Measuring Operational and Financial Performance
  • Topic 4: Measuring Customer Service Levels


Chapter 3: Continuous Improvement and Change Management

  • Topic 1: Continuous Improvement
  • Topic 2: Lean and Just-In-Time
  • Topic 3: Other Continuous Improvement Philosophies
  • Topic 4: Change Management


Course fees Course fees

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40 Credit Hours:

– One Lecture per week  ( 4 Months ).

– Two Lectures per week ( 2 Months).


In Campus, our instructors are certified and they are professional in this program with many years of experience.

Speaking Languages:

( English / Arabic ).


– The test consists of 175 questions, multiple choice questions (150 operational and 25 pretest).

The APICS CSCP score range is from 200-350. A score of 300 or higher is required to pass the exam.

    Fail = 200–299
    Pass = 300–350

– And do not contribute to Questions in the total score but are necessary for research purposes.

– Randomly distributed, and questions among the items and record used for statistical purposes only.

– All candidates must answer the exam questions.

– Exams length is 4 hours without break.



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  • Shaimaa El Masry November 26, 2013 at 2:06 pm - Reply

    Try to call you many times but didn’t answer
    so please, Would you mind to call me
    Name: Shaimaa El Masry
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