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Purchasing-Supply Chain Mgmt (PSCM) Cert Program

Courses are taught by William Agee, Jr. Mr. Agee has been in purchasing for nearly thirty-five years spanning a very broad and diverse career. Initially, Bill began purchasing in the retail operations, wholesale/distribution field, moved over to a regulated purchasing environment with a branch of the federal government, took a manufacturing position over both purchasing and manufacturing management in a pharmaceutical and medical device firm, followed by experience in a service acquisitions organization and worked as a construction Owner's Advocate. .*

Completion of 84 hours of organized instruction, or 8.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). This consists of six courses (4 core and 2 electives) meeting for two seven-hour sessions.*

A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of class on day 2.

Courses must be completed within two years of entering the program to earn the certificate.

Materials, parking, breakfast, and lunch are included in class fee.

Grow your supply chain competencies and leadership abilities.

Learn immediate applicable concepts from nationally recognized instructors.

Discover new ways to drive innovation and value across the entire supply chain.

Advance your practice of procurement and supply management.

* Attendance is required on both days in the same month offering

Core Courses (required):
o PSCM 1011: Fundamentals of Purchasing: The Building Blocks of World-Class Professionalism
o PSCM 1102: Power Negotiations
o PSCM 1103: Cost/Price Analysis

o PSCM 1104: The Terms and Conditions of a Contract

Electives (select two):
o PSCM 1105: Specification Development and Statements of Work
o PSCM 1106: Techniques to Reduce Price and Cost
o PSCM 1107: Project Management & Contract Administration
o PSCM 1108: Advanced Purchasing Applications

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