Principles of Operations Management

Principles of Operations Management training is intended for those working in the fields of operations and inventory management (or a related department that interacts with them) and who need to know the concepts, techniques and terminology basic.

Next sessions

Fall session

12 / 7, 14 – 9am to 4:30pm

Spring session

03 / 7 – 9am to 1pm
03 / 14, 28 – 9am to 4:30pm
04 / 4, 18, 27 – 9am to 4:30pm

About the principles of operations management

The Principles of Operations Management courses are for participants new to materials and operations management or people working in positions that interact with this field.

Principles of Operations Management training is intended for those working in the fields of operations and inventory management (or a related department that interacts with them) and who need to know the concepts, techniques and terminology basic.

The five-module format of the Principles courses teaches basic concepts, techniques, and terminology of materials and operations management.

Benefits

The training is available in two formats:

  • Seminars of 6 hours

Each module will be reviewed and the most important topics will be explained.

  • Courses of 33 hours

Each module will be analyzed and all the topics will be reviewed and explained. The exercises and the assignments will be given to validate the learning during each class. The courses lead to knowledge of the training, and the Montreal Chapter will award a certificate to those who have passed the exams.

Objectives

The courses are developed about five subjects relavant to the operations management:

  • Principles of Inventory Management
  • Principles of Operations Planning
  • Principles of Manufacturing Management
  • Principles of Distribution and Logistics
  • Principles of Managing Operations

Le program

Participants are introduced to essential vocabulary and skills in identifying and applying the basic principles of inventory management. Basic methods of planning and controlling inventory in manufacturing, institutional, distribution, and retail environments are covered. The questions of what to stock are addressed through an examination of current and evolving technologies of inventory management.
This course introduces participants to the principles demand management in the planning process. The participants will learn the different types and diversified levels of planning regarding the material management, from the long-term to tactical.
This course deals with priority and capacity management through the use of material requirements planning (MRP), capacity management, capacity requirements planning (CRP), production activity control (PAC), and Just-in-Time (JIT). This course explores the execution of the production plan and master production schedule, reactions to capacity constraints, and maintenance of individual order control.
The goal of this course is to introduce the foundations of planning and control in distribution and logistics. Among the topics discussed are the basics of logistics management, the principles and activities of warehousing, the principles and activities of transportation, fulfillment, the concept of supply chain management (SCM), and the principles, functions, and application of distribution requirements planning (DRP).
This course imparts the concept of the production and service system and exploring of these systems. We will discuss the links between different fonctions in an organization, especially between the engineering and the marketing. We will also talk about the following topics: the facility planning, integrated quality management, costs analysis and resource management.

Pricing

Course of 33 hours

  • Class: 1 495$
The rate includes the training manuels.

Seminar of 6 hours

  • Class: 395$
The rate includes the training manuels.

More information

For additional information, please contact Mme. Huguette Leblanc by email at secretariat@ascmmontreal.com or by phone at (438) 391-8311.