Education/Certification

CLTD 

CPIM

CSCP

Foundational Courses

Workshop Series

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CLTD Courses

 

CPIM Courses

  • Tucson Classes

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  • Nogales Classes

 

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CSCP Review Courses

 

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FOUNDATIONAL COURSES

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Dates Subject to Change

If you are interested in a course that is not currently scheduled, or if a course scheduled is inconvenient, please contact our VP OF EDUCATION.

Unless otherwise stated, all Tucson classes will be held at the Tucson chapter office:

Tucson Chapter of APICS
2030 E Broadway Blvd
Suite 216
Tucson, AZ 85719
(Click here for directions)

Advance Your Career With APICS Certifications

Whether you are starting out as an operations assistant, or you are a senior manufacturing expert with years of mechanical systems or vendor management experience, APICS will

  • keep you up-to-date and industry-savvy on current news and events.

  • give you the leverage you need to advance your career.

  • enhance your operations and supply chain management skills.

  • make you a valued leader within your organization.

Two APICS certification programs. Which one is right for you?

 

APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)

APICS CPIM program highlights:

  • Topics that cover everything inside your organization's four walls.

  • The APICS CPIM certification is required by thousands of employers around the world—and is the proven industry standard.

  • Benefit from a reputation that is 40 years strong.

Ideal APICS CPIM program candidate:

  • You are seeking validation or accreditation for future career growth.

  • You have 2 or more years of experience in your field.

  • Bachelor's degree not required.

Learn more about the APICS CPIM program

 

APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)

APICS CSCP program highlights:

  • Topics cover end-to-end supply chain requirements from the first supplier to the end customer—the only certification of its kind in the industry today.

  • Helps supply chain professionals handle much more than ever before.

  • Get frequent updates based on current regulations.

Ideal APICS CSCP program candidate:

  • You are seeking to improve your organization's cash flow, and to understand the ins and outs of the entire supply chain

  • You have 5 or more years experience in your field

  • or Bachelor's degree and two years experience are required

Learn more about the APICS CSCP program

 

APICS Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM)

Expand your credentials and share your knowledge with other industry professionals through presenting, publishing, teaching, and participating in ongoing professional development activities.

Apply for the APICS CFPIM program

 

College Credit

The National College Credit Recommendation Service (National CCRS) is conducted by the Board of Regents of The University of the State of New York.

National CCRS college credit recommendations (subject to individual college/university program approval) for APICS certification exams:

  • CPIM

    • BSCM

      • In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, or in the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Production/Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing Management, or Production Planning and Inventory Control (9/10).

    • MPR, DSP, ECO

      • In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 2 semester hours in Production/Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Inventory Control, or Production Planning and Inventory Control (9/10).

    • SMR

      • In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Production/Operations Management, Manufacturing Management, Supply Chain Management, Strategic Resource Management, or Production Planning and Inventory Management (11/00) (9/10).

  • CSCP

    • In the graduate degree category, 3 semester hours in Supply Chain Management, Purchasing/V

 

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