The Certified in Production and Inventory Management [CPIM] is a professional certification, provided by APICS since 1973, recognized globally as a standard in production and inventory management. So far there are more than 1,00,000 professionals who have achieved this designation to showcase their commitment to the profession. This certification enhances the professional value of the individual, increases the earning potential and provides a career advantage over peers. One can learn necessary terminologies, concepts and strategies related to various knowledge areas like procurement and supplier Planing, demand management, MRP, capacity requirements planning, sales and operations planing, master scheduling, performance measurements, supplier relationships, etc.Fhyzics, an Authorized Channel Partner (ACP) of APICS, USA offers end-to-end support which includes membership, training, learning materials, weekly review sessions, application support, pre-examination review and examination credit.
Knowledge - Possession of the CPIM designation endorses your technical and functional knowledge in Inventory and Production Management.
Visibility - Your commitment to the profession is recognised and visible across the supply chain community.
Career Growth - Increases your professional value, hiring potential and credibility thereby ensuring a successful career in the field of production and inventory.
Improved Performance - The knowledge and skills acquired helps you to improve the job performance.
As a CPIM Professional - You will know how to optimise
inventory, increase productivity, systemize operations, improvise customer satisfaction, and increase profitability of the organization.
1. Check your eligibility with us2. Discuss with the faculty to understand how to prepare and how it will be helpful in your career path3. Enrol for the program4. Receive Preparation Material5. Prepare for the examination 6. Attend the one-to-one pre-exam review assessment7. Appear in the examination8. Get CPIM certified
The basic concepts in managing the complete flow of materials in a supply chain from suppliers to customers arecovered in the Basics module. This module covers manufacturing, distribution, service, and retail industries. Thisincludes the fundamental relationships in the design, planning, execution, monitoring, and control that occur.Knowledge of the material in this module is assumed as a prerequisite for the other APICS CPIM modules, which coversimilar topics in much greater depth. Topics include:Section A: Introduction to Supply Chain ManagementSection B: Demand ManagementSection C: Master PlanningSection D: Material Requirements PlanningSection E: Capacity ManagementSection F: PurchasingSection G: Inventory ManagementSection H: Execution and ControlSection I: Physical DistributionSection J: Continuous Improvement
Explore and be able to apply the principles of demand management, sales and operations planning, masterscheduling, and distribution planning, and to identify conditions that require action. This module evaluates knowledgeof both supply and demand planning for mid- to long-term independent demand. Topics include:Module-1: Strategic Management of Resources [SMR]Section A: Developing a Business StrategySection B: Gathering and Analyzing Internal/External InformationSection C: Where Will We Compete?Section D: How Will We Compete?Section E: Sustainability and StrategySection F: Business PlanningSection G: Aligning the Operations StrategySection H: InfrastructureModule 2: Master Planning of Resources (MPR)Section A: Demand ManagementSection B: Sales and Operations PlanningSection C: Master SchedulingSection D: Distribution PlanningModule 3: Detailed Scheduling and Planning (DSP)Section A: Inventory ManagementSection B: Materials Requirement PlanningSection C: Managing ProjectsSection D: Detailed Capacity PlanningSection E: Planning Procurement and External Sources of SupplyModule 4: Execution and Control of Operations (ECO)Section A: Execution of OperationsSection B: Scheduling and AuthorizationSection C: Quality, Communication and Continuous ImprovementSection D: Design Concepts and Trade-Offs