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20 March 2017 - 24 March 2017

Supply chain management for procurement practitioners: Logistics, insurance policies and Incoterms

20 March 2017 - 24 March 2017

Supply chain management for procurement practitioners: Logistics, insurance policies and Incoterms

Supply chain management for procurement practitioners: Logistics, insurance policies and Incoterms
Deadline for application: 03 March 2017
English
A9010364
Turin Centre
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Course Information

20 March 2017 - 24 March 2017

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9010364

English

Deadline: 03 March 2017

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This workshop explores the competencies needed for efficient execution of logistics operations (ordering and replenishment, shipping documents, freight-forwarding and insurance arrangements, warehousing, use of international trade terms/Incoterms 2010, and so on). It also covers the steps to be followed in making loss/damage claims under the various types of insurance policies used for the transport and storage of goods and the execution of works or physical services, as well as professional liability insurance for consultancy services.

Description

Description

This workshop explores the competencies needed for efficient execution of logistics operations (ordering and replenishment, shipping documents, freight-forwarding and insurance arrangements, warehousing, use of international trade terms/Incoterms 2010, and so on). It also covers the steps to be followed in making loss/damage claims under the various types of insurance policies used for the transport and storage of goods and the execution of works or physical services, as well as professional liability insurance for consultancy services.

Target audience

Target audience

Procurement officers in government services or IFI projects, financial management specialists and logistics staff.

Objectives

Objectives

The course aims at contributing to the enhancement of the effectiveness of procurement though mastering the required competencies for successful supply chain management including forecasting the procurement requirements, selection of transport means and/or transport forwarding and insurance arrangements as well as receipt and inspection of the requirements and timely distribution to the end-users.
The specific earning objectives are:
• Analysis of public and private organizational context ; systems and procedures for:
– operative purchasing and “support” functions, internal procurement planning and control of materials usage, approval processes with corresponding integration into the logistics management systems;
– Understanding the disciplines of supply chain management including assessment of risk at each step of the supply chain with emphasis on choice of contracting strategy and tracking/ supervision of contract delivery, warehousing and distribution to end-users.

Content

Content

The training materials explore the full spectrum of supply chain management functions namely:
• Introduction to supply chain management
• Risks in the supply chain management process
• Modes of transport, key provisions of different types of shipping documents (bills of lading,airwaybills, charter party etc…)
• Packing and marking
• Loss prevention measures.
• Freight forwarding arrangements
• Warehousing and distribution: optimal stock levels and replenishments, cost implications,just-in-time delivery, management of distribution.
• Incoterms 2010; division of tasks, costs and risks between the supplier and the buyer in sales contracts for goods;
• Types and key provisions of insurance policies:
– Marine insurance; LloydsA,B,C clauses
– Plant and equipment insurance
– Cash – in transit insurance
– Motor vehicle insurance
– Workmen compensation insurance
– Contractor all risk insurance for building construction and industrial facilities
– Professional liability –insurance for consultants
– Insurance of facilities/buildings and grounds.

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

The course is delivered by senior procurement practitioners and logistic consultants of ITCILO.
The course is conducted using a highly participative training delivery methodology through a combination of interactive presentations by subject-matter specialists followed by group discussions and exercises.
Case studies are used to diagnose areas of risk in logistics operations.
Participants will be provided with prescribed course training modules and reference materials.

Language requirements

Language requirements

Participants are expected to read and write easily in the English language.

Contact us

sdp@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 1580

Subsistence cost: 600

Total cost: 2180

 

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10127 Turin - Italy

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