Online Training

The International Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Institute online courses are designed for the people who are not able to take conventional training classes. All lectures, powerpoints and other study materials are available at the course site. All courses are facilitated by proven subject-matter experts. The IPSCMI online courses are comprehensive, allowing you to gain in-depth knowledge in a specific subject area. Questions about online courses can be posed by email to register@ipscmi.org.

IPSCMI would ONLY entertain direct applications for online courses from these countries where IPSCMI doesn’t have any organizations to support IPSCMI certification programs.

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All courses are Open Enrollment (Start when enrolled and finish 4 weeks later). Only CISCM course is 8 weeks training; all other courses are 4 weeks.


Certification Preparation Online Courses

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Certified International Supply Chain Manager (CISCM) Certification Preparation Course (8 Weeks)

This certification examination review course is designed to prepare purchasing and supply chain management professionals for the Certified International Supply Chain Manager (CISCM) Examination. The course covers 7 Modules of CISCM Body of Knowledge. Read More >>



$110

Certified International Purchasing Manager (CIPM) Certification Preparation Course (4 Weeks)

This certification examination review course is designed to prepare purchasing and materials management professionals for the Certified International Purchasing Manager (CIPM) Examination. Certification as a CIPM is increasingly being specified in position descriptions and job announcements as desired and/or minimum qualifications to be met for such professionals. Read More >>

 

$110

Certified E-Procurement Professional (CEPP) Certification Preparation Course (4 Weeks)

This certification examination review course provides an introduction to e-procurement, current trends, options, and tools currently available in the marketplace, and will explore technology resources and methods of selection of technology suppliers and vendors. Read More >>

 

$110

Certified International Sourcing Manager (CISM) Certification Preparation Course (4 Weeks)

This certification examination review course is designed to prepare purchasing and materials management professionals for the Certified International Sourcing Manager (CISM) Examination. In this course, we study the critical components of sourcing management as practiced currently in the corporate world. The fundamental concepts concerning the sourcing process and supply chain management are covered.Read More >>

$110

 

Non-Certification Preparation Online Courses

 

Cost and Price Analysis Course (4 Weeks)

This course assists both public and private sector buyers of both goods and services to learn those procedures and methods which will help them improve their effectiveness in obtaining fair and reasonable prices on their purchases. Read More >>

 

$110

International Purchasing and Negotiation (4 Weeks)

This course covers: Key overseas sourcing strategies and implementation steps; Basic documentation, including contracts, used in international procurement; Legal, political, and organizational considerations; Cultural issues within the negotiation process; Government regulations affecting the import/export process.
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$110

Financial Supply Chain Management Course (4 Weeks)

This course discusses explicitly the close correlation between supply chain management and financial business processes, which we will term financial supply chain management. We will explore a wide range of financial risk elements that supply chain managers can favorably influence for the benefit of the organization. This requires the organization to consider purchasing and supply chain management processes from a financial point of view. Read More >>

 

$110

Supply Chain Risk Management Course (4 Weeks)

This 4 weeks online course covers 7 parts: Part 1 Introduction to Risk Management;Part 2 The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Enterprise Risk Management Guidelines (Or How Accountants View Risk);Part 3 Risk Analytical Techniques;Part 4  Risk Analysis Case;Part 5 Introduction to Supply Chain Risk Management ;Part 6 Risk Analysis Case;Part 7 Purchasing/Contracting Risk (Risk Management Specific to Managing Risks of Suppliers). Read More >>

 

$110

Lean Supply Chain Management Course (4 Weeks)

Anyone located in purchasing, operations, logistics, management, marketing, logistics, inventory and materials management, productions planning and scheduling, demand forecast and supply planning, and project management can benefit from this course. Read More >>

 

$110

Accounting and Finance for Non-financial Managers Course (4 Weeks)

This course will cover 8 aspects of accounting and finance management: 1. Introduction; 2. Financial Statements; 3. Special topics----financial analysis; 4. Financial forecasting-CVP and Breakeven analysis; 5. Working capital; 6. Long term investment decisions ; 7. Cost of capital; 8. Other long-term financing decisions. Read More >>

 

$110

Purchasing Management Course (4 Weeks)

In this course, we study the critical components of purchasing and materials management as practiced currently in the corporate world. The fundamental concepts concerning the purchasing process and supply chain management including business to business e-commerce and analytical tools and techniques for purchasing and materials management are covered. The purpose of this course is to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the theoretical as well as practical aspects of purchasing and materials management, particularly, how it fits into an overall supply chain management strategy. Read More >>

 

$110

Service Purchasing and Contracting Course (4 Weeks)

Participants will learn form this course: How to locate and identify potential service suppliers; How to prepare effective statements of work for services; How to solicit, evaluate and select service suppliers; How to structure an effective service contract; How to monitor service supplier performance; How to evaluate service supplier performance. Read More >>

 

$110

 

 

 

 

Contract Administration Course (4 Weeks)

At the completion of this course, participants will learn: Contract administration concepts; Different contract types and their effects on administration; Expediting procedures; Work control procedures; Compliance procedures; How to administer contracts which will require use of buyer-provided property; Financial responsibility procedures; Contract financing and payments; Administrative responsibilities; Claim avoidance and processing Read More >>

 

$110

Contract Types Course (4 Weeks)

This course teaches buyers in both the private and public sectors how to identify and describe various types of contracts; and to determine which type of contract is most appropriate for a particular procurement. Read More >>

 

$110

Contract Law Course (4 Weeks)

This course covers 4 aspects:  PART I Uniform Commercial Code (UCC); PART II United Nations "Covenant for the International Sale of Goods" (CISG); PART III US Code/Federal Acquisition Regulation (US Federal/Public Sector Contract); PART IV Other National Contract Law (Primarily China ) Read More >>

 

$110

Incoterms 2010 (4 Weeks)

Did you know the UCC is dropping our familiar FOB origin and FOB destination and going to INCOTERMS? The new INCOTERMS 2010 became effective January 1, 2011. Incoterms--which is an abbreviation for International Commercial terms--are a series of sales terms. They are published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and are widely used in commercial transactions. Read More >>

$110

 

 

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