Albany/Capital District APICS Education

Below are the Albany/Capital District chapter's educational offerings. Other offerings and in-house training may be available upon request. In-house classes during business hours may be possible, depending on class size and other factors. All offerings are dependent upon interest - if you are interested in a course, please contact the appropriate instructor.


CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Professional)

The APICS CSCP brings your company's entire value chain into perspective. By giving you a
truly end-to-end view of the supply chain, you become the expert, not just within your
organization's walls—you become the global expert. From manufacturing to service, in business and consumer markets, the increasingly important role of effective supply chain management affects all organizations. Customer expectations are high—with the APICS CSCP, you can ensure that your company not only meets, but exceeds them. Anyone interested can contact Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).


CPIM (Certified in Production & Inventory Mgt)

Since 1973, the CPIM program has educated more than 90,000 manufacturing professionals on essential terminology, concepts, and strategies related to demand management, procurement and supplier planning, material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning, sales and operations planning, master scheduling, performance measurements, supplier relationships, quality control, and continuous improvement. Anyone interested can contact Ken Stuff at kstuff@apicsalbany.org or Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).

 

CLTD (Certified in Production & Inventory Mgt)


Become a recognized expert in the logistics, transportation and distribution fields. Certification demonstrates in-depth knowledge of a broad range of topics to set you apart from your colleagues — proving your high level of knowledge and skills. You'll be a more valuable asset to your organization, keeping you and your organization more competitive in today’s global economy. Anyone interested can contact Ken Stuff at kstuff@apicsalbany.org or Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).


Lean Enterprise Workshop Series

As more organizations decide to go lean, demand is escalating for a skilled team and system-wide approach for developing and implementing lean project plans. This course is designed to equip you with the broad knowledge and tools to map the transformation for developing a lean culture at your organization. Participants will be awarded a certificate of completion from APICS. Anyone interested should contact Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).

 

Customized Lean Enterprise or Lean Six Sigma Education

We are able to design tailored Lean Enterprise or Lean Six Sigma programs for general eduction, projects, or for full transformation efforts. Anyone interested should contact Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).

 

Global Sourcing Workshop Series

The new APICS Global Sourcing Workshop Series is specially tailored for participants to understand the key issues and complexities of sourcing activities in the international environment. The series highlights various opportunities that companies can leverage international capital to enhance their competitive strength. Anyone interested should contact Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).

 

Customer-Focused Supply Chain Management Course

For individuals who interact with and support supply chain professionals
This course provides non supply chain management professionals with an opportunity to gain an insider’s view of supply chain management (SCM). It offers fundamental knowledge of the functions of SCM and is designed to quickly and effectively educate team members who interact with or support supply chain activities, helping to increase efficiency and generate ideas for improvements. Anyone interested can contact Ken Stuff at kstuff@apicsalbany.org or Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).

 


Fundamentals of Materials and Operations Management

The Fundamentals of Materials and Operations Management Education program offers an exciting classroom based instructor-led educational opportunity for people new to materials and management operations as well as those working the positions that interact with this field. Anyone interested can contact Ken Stuff at kstuff@apicsalbany.org or Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org).

Please contact Todd Nadler (265-8836 or tnadler@apicsalbany.org) for more information on Albany/Capital District APICS education.

 

* For more information on the APICS Instructor Development Program, click here.