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Fundamentals of Inventory Control
Brisbane, Australia - commencing 18 Feb 03 and continuing for 12 weeks
Training / course

APICS course providing essential information and  principles for managing and controlling inventory.  Participants are introduced to essential vocabulary and skills in identifying and applying the basic principles of inventory management. Basic methods of planning and controlling inventory in manufacturing, institutional, distribution, and retail environments are covered. The questions of what to stock are addressed through an examination of current and evolving technologies of inventory management.

commencing 18 Feb 03 and continuing for 12 weeks

6.00 to 9.00pm (GMT +10:00) Brisbane

Eagle Farm TAFE, Brisbane

12 Sessions  Fundamentals of Inventory Management  Inventory Functions  Order Quantities  Perpetual Inventory Systems  Periodic Inventory Systems  Forecasting  Midterm Examination and Case Study Presentation  Warehousing Management and Distribution Requirements Planning  Inventory Record Accuracy, Supply Chain Management, Aggregate Inventory and Purchasing  Just-in-Time (JIT) and Total Quality Management (TQM)—Trends in Inventory Management  Case Study and Final Examination Review  Final Examination

Members: $A1045 & Non-members: $A1243

Contact for booking / more info:
Lillias Urban. Ph: 61 7 3282 8393

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