Transportation in Supply Chain Module
Develop problem-solving skills to recognize and solve transportation-related supply chain problems. Learn to analyze distribution scenarios and develop transportation strategies to ensure timely and cost-effective delivery of goods.
About This Program
The course covers cost and pricing considerations associated with different transportation modes and how to manage risk in the transportation industry. The numerous technical aspects of various forms of transportation, including air, train, and waterway shipping are covered in detail. You will learn the operational and technical requirements for each mode of transportation, and how to optimize their use to improve supply chain operations.
Throughout the course, you will be exposed to real-world examples and case studies, enabling you to apply theoretical concepts to practical situations. You will develop analytical and critical thinking skills, essential for effective transportation management in the supply chain sector.
This course prepares students with an understanding of transportation and the supply chain sector. It provides the skills and knowledge necessary to analyze different distribution scenarios, recognize transportation trends, and develop effective transportation strategies to optimize supply chain operations and a solid understanding of the technical requirements, cost and pricing considerations, and risk management in the transportation industry. Through real-world examples and case studies, students will develop analytical and critical thinking skills, which are essential for effective transportation management in the supply chain sector.
4 weeks at 20 hours per week.
All courses are taught in English.
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Module credits can be put towards a future Diploma or MicroDiploma program.
Transportation: A Global Supply Chain Perspective
Equips you with a solid understanding of what is arguably the most critical and complex component of global supply chains. Learn the fundamental role and importance of transportation in companies and society as you study the complex environment of transportation service. Get an overview of the operating and service characteristics, cost structure, and challenges providers of transportation face. Highlights include critical transportation management issues with insights into the strategic activities and challenges in the movement of goods through the supply chain.
Robert A. Novack: Currently an Associate Professor of Business Logistics in the Department of Business Logistics at Penn State. From 1979 to 1981. He is the co-author of two and has published numerous articles in the Journal of Business Logistics and the Transportation Journal, among others.
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Transportation in Supply Chain Module
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Everything depends on your experience, location, industry, and the job market itself. According to data from PayScale, the average salary for supply chain management professionals in Canada is approximately CAD 68,000 per year. Entry level positions in supply chain management start at an average of CAD 44,000 per year, while more senior positions such as supply chain director can earn an average of CAD 128,000 per year or more.
Yes, the job market for supply chain management careers is currently strong and expected to continue growing in the coming years.
In Canada, the Conference Board of Canada predicts that the demand for supply chain and logistics professionals will continue to grow due to factors such as globalization and e-commerce.
Furthermore, supply chain management is a diverse field with opportunities in various industries such as manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and technology, among others. As such, professionals with skills and experience in supply chain management are likely to find job opportunities in a range of different settings.
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