With today increased complexity in procurement and supply chain, organizations find it difficult to ensure their workforce are up to date in the right skill to achieve the organizations’ objectives. It is inevitable that organizations should regularly train their workforces to keep their skills current. Our supply chain curriculum offers over 20 courses covering category management, strategic sourcing, supply chain planning, inventory management, supplier analysis, negotiation and conflict management, and logistics and transportation management.
As a leader in Procurement and Supply Chain Management learning solution in Indonesia, PMK provides a blended, interactive, highly engaging learning environment. Our instructors are highly experienced Procurement and Supply Chain Management professionals who will work with organizations to keep learning plans aligned with organizations’ business need.
This course is to provide participants the basic understanding of planning and supply chain management so that participant will be able to perform supply chain planning. Typical supply chain planning is provided and discussed for a case study.
After participating in this training, participants are expected to analyze and arrange their own estimates according to user needs. Participants will learn the basics and steps of cost analysis, research technique, benchmarking, environmental analysis and industry analysis.
This topic covers a clear understanding of main supplier relations, management methods, taking account of legal, ethical, financial, and contractual issues. This course will provide the essential contracting capabilities, including approval and contractual relationship management methods as well as methods to manage risks, disputes and potential conflicts in the procurement and contracting processes.
This workshop will equip you with the framework in implementing an effective market approach & supply chain analysis, planning a tender & establishing a contracting strategy, managing contract risks & opportunity to gain greater contract values, as well as enhancing your contract negotiation skills & effectiveness of managing contract performance.
The role of procurement is increasing in importance as the pressure to deliver efficiency and effectiveness from external suppliers. Therefore, this training is designed to provide the participants with a firm understanding of modern public sector procurement practice and insight as to how they may best support and contribute to their organization's procurement objectives.
This classroom-based course is been designed, developed and delivered by procurement professionals with extensive experience in managing supplier relationships and delivering operational performance improvement. The training uses participants’ own supplier examples and experiences to analyze and plan immediate improvement activity for implementation after the classroom session.
Strategic Sourcing is a sustainable and structured approach to effectively manage your categories of spend. It enables you to deliver total cost optimization even in this uncertain time where global economic activity slowing down and continued pressure for transparency in both private and public procurement.
Category management incorporates a sourcing process that flows from stakeholders engagement to post-contract supplier relationship management. Following a structured category management methodology will result in better sourcing outcomes and reduces total cost of ownership.
This training is based on CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) Module 1. This module covers manufacturing, distributions, service, and retail industries. This includes the fundamentals relationships in the design, planning, executions, monitoring, and control that occur.
The Effective Contracting Management course introduces the concepts, issues, techniques and best practices you will study in greater depth to deliver fast, focused, high quality with inherent learning process in delivering and managing contracts.
In this program, participants will be introduced to various real-world cases of Petrochemical Plant Projects both local and overseas. Participants may bring the details of one of their own current projects. Because of this experience with practical situations, participants can use these project management principles in their first days back in the daily job.
This classroom course support procurement professionals in the management of supply chain risk in theirsourcing activities. Tools for identification, prioritization and mitigation of risk are introduced and applied to real-life category examples. Up to date case studies are used, addressing the role of procurement in risk related to legislation, ethics, sustainability, finance, supply shortage, and environmental disaster...