This short course sets out the fundamentals of warehouse and inventory management. It provides practical steps that can be used in your workplace, backed up with real world examples of how to improve operations within these areas as well as reduce costs.
The introduction to warehousing and inventory management course has been designed to assist manufacturing companies in reducing some of the problems, volatility, and pressures of running the material needs alongside the core product manufacturing process.
Using a combination of examples, exercises, and group discussions, this course will take you through the many ways to tackle some of the potential issues and starting points to make a difference in minimising effort, cost, and materials management in your workplace.
This short course will take place over one day at a location off-campus.
The core structure of the course is broken into two main topics of content and discussion.
The Practical Warehouse Management module is designed to look at the impact of inventory and purchasing policies on the warehouse, inventory space and bottlenecks. You will look at the common issues that affect several performance areas, namely picking and location accuracy.
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This course is intended for professionals looking to expand their knowledge of warehousing and inventory management within an engineering or production environment. You are required to have relevant experience within these wider fields.
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