Thursdays 5PM – 9PM at the Kohler Learning Center (HR/Law Building)
Location: Directly East across the road from the Design Center
- PART I Basics of Supply Chain Management (BSCM)
September 13, 20, 27; October 4, 11
- PART II (Blended Modules)
November 8, 15, 29; December 6, 13
January 17, 24, 31; February 7, 14
(Please note: no class week of Thanksgiving)
COST PER CLASS:
Payment of all Classes must be submitted by the third week after start of class.
Part I = $800 – APICS Members; $1,050 – Non-APICS Members
Part II = $1,200 – APICS Members; $1,550 – Non-APICS Members
*(For comparison, cost of Legacy classes was $1,875 for member ($375 x 5 modules)
For enrollment, please e-mail Bruce G. Balthazor, CPM, CPIM at email@example.com
Autumn Ridge Golf Course
One Straight Drive, Valders, WI
Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
PDM Time: 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Speaker: Bob Collins, Senior Director of Professional Development
Topic: “Your Professional Association for Personal and Business Growth”
BOB COLLINS, CPIM-F, CIRM, CSCP, CLCP, CAE is the Senior Director of Professional Development for APICS. Bob is responsible for certificate on and non-certification courseware and the APICS Instructor Development Program (IDP).
Prior to joining the APICS staff, Bob worked as both a practitioner and consultant in the operations management and supply chain fields, and is a long time APICS member, volunteer and instructor, including Chapter President in 1996 and APICS International President in 2003. He is an experienced APICS instructor and an APICS Master of Instructor Training, having taught over 1200 hours of the APICS CPIM and CIRM courses to companies around the United States and several hundred hours of Instructor Training courses to APICS instructors around the world. He is a frequent speaker at the APICS International Conference and has presented at Supply Chain and Technology conferences in the United States, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, Brazil, and Singapore.
About the Presentation:
Are you a Supply Chain, Operations, or Logistics Professional? Do you want to move up in your career, help your company in tangible ways? Are you a company executive concerned about your supply chain planning, inventory movement, or aligning the sales forecast with the operation plan? Do you want your employees to have the skills to contribute more to your bottom line?
Are you wondering which APICS certification or education program might be right for you or your employees?
APICS can help! APICS is the global leader and premier source of the body of knowledge in supply chain and operations management, including production, inventory, materials management, purchasing, and logistics.
Our membership is growing; our certifications are the most recognized and successful in our profession including the new Certification in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution and the recently reconfigured Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM).
Come hear a former APICS volunteer and instructor, turned APICS staff member, give you the inside scoop on how APICS has grown and changed to better serve Supply Chain, Operations, and Logistics professionals, helping them enhance their careers and increase their worth to their companies.
Interested in attending this event? To register, click either link below:
Please register by 5 business days prior to the event
Greetings Supply Chain Professionals,
Are you looking for something to do during the week? Chances are you are in the same boat as the rest of us; you live by a very hectic schedule. But I know many local employers are encouraging their associates on the topic of ‘Continuing Education’. Well it just so happens, our chapter offers Professional Development Meetings.
If you are new to our chapter and do not know what a Professional Development Meeting is, it is a great way for members and partners for development, an opportunity for networking, and the sharing of best practices. A PDM can elevate the competitive advantage and continuing effectiveness of our members and their companies by effectively expanding their knowledge of best practices and providing a forum for the exchange of ideas.
Shoreline Chapter PDMs are held once each month, September through November and February through April. PDM content varies from meeting to meeting and year to year, featuring presentations and discussion by supply chain and manufacturing excellence experts. In addition, some of the PDM’s feature plant tours at some of the most cutting edge companies within our community!
This calendar year we visited local area businesses and had the privilege of gaining insights from other Supply Chain professionals from diverse industries. Recently presented and future PDM topics include:
In addition, PDMs are a great, inexpensive way to network with your peers, have a great dinner, hear a speaker on a relevant topic, and earn maintenance points against your APICS Certification! An added bonus, PDM attendance provides 1 CEU Credit towards Certification Maintenance Points for participating.
What people are saying about our PDMs?
“Great Presenter and Content, I learned a lot”, “Speaker gave us a lot to think about. Good ideas to create good business!”
If you are interested in joining us for a future PDM, please RSVP in the sidebar to register for an event.
We hope to see you there!
Rhonda Shermeister, CPIM
VP Programs and Events
Timeout Sports Bar & Grill
1027 N Rapids Road, Manitowoc, WI
Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 PDM
Time: 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Speaker: Joe Chaltry, Transportation Purchasing Manager at Fed Ex
Topic: Purchasing Challenges in Transportation
Joe Chaltry is an experienced Transportation Purchasing Manager working with a diverse customer base to assist them with managing their unique, and often complex, supply chains. Challenges like inventory management, developing distribution models, planning for seasonal volume fluctuations, and navigating regulatory impacts are all part of his experience. He encounters variables that require daily consideration and leverages strong relationships with reliable resources to overcome them and avoid disruptions to business.
With a career that spans nearly 18 years, Joe has a proven track record with his creativity and knowledge that has delivered logistics solutions with multi-million dollar results. From developing the plan in the office, to overseeing the execution on the dock, his proficiency in the logistics field is exceptional. Regional distribution models, effective utilization of dedicated transportation networks, multi-modal bid facilitation, rate increase mitigation, and service provider performance management are all valuable options in Joe’s professional tool belt.
Joe holds an associate degree from UW-Marinette, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from UWGB and an APICS CSCP certification.
About the Presentation:
Joe will be providing an overview of his career and experience in the logistics and transportation industry. Over his 18 years of experience, he’s delivered service to his customers in customer service, solution design, pricing, purchasing, and leadership roles. Working for two world-class organizations during that time has offered him countless opportunities to observe, develop, and deliver supply chain solutions to industry leading companies.
During his presentation, Joe will highlight some of the unique logistics challenges his customers have faced and during his presentation, Joe will highlight some of the unique logistics challenges his customers have faced and the methods used to develop the solution to overcome them. He’s worked with customers in the automotive, heavy manufacturing, paper and consumer goods, and pharmaceutical industries. He will share experiences and differences between working with inbound, outbound, and reverse components of the supply chain from a transportation perspective. Joe will wrap up by touching on the evolution of 3PL’s and the logistics industry over his professional career and what disruptors the near future holds.
Interested in attending this event? To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org Please register by 5 business days prior to the event
***Retiree and Student PDM costs - now reduced to $15! Retirees are considered 62+ and an APICS Shoreline member for at least 5 years. Students must be full-time (12 credits)