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SPC to host Global Trends and Collaborations in Supply Chain Management

Global Supply Chain Management Series: man touching Earth as arrows point from Earth to continents

St. Petersburg College in partnership with ISM Florida Gulf Coast will host Global Trends and Collaboration in Supply Chain Management, the first event in a global supply chain management series, on Wednesday, Sept. 27.  The event will feature guest speaker Tony Wai, President of ISM China.

  • When: Wednesday, Sept. 27
  • Time: 6 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Location: SPC EpiCenter (13805 58th Street N, Clearwater, FL 33760)
  • FREE to all SPC students with a valid student ID
  • Please click here to register

Global Supply Chain Management Series: Global Trends and Collaborations

The event is part one of a three-part global supply chain management series that ISM-FGC will present this year.

The Global Trends and Collaborations event will include a review and discussion of global high-level trends in the China and European Union supply chain, an overview of the growing role of quality and supplier development, and a glimpse of the happenings at ISM-China chapters and the deployment of the “Sister Chapter(s)” initiative for 2018.

Introducing Tony Wai

Wai’s diverse career path has earned him international experience and business savy covering educational, technical, consulting, and executive management roles in corporate and entrepreneurial environments. That experience bridges Eastern and Western business cultures in the United States, Hong Kong, and China.

Wai has had opportunities to build amazing technology products at IBM and to design pioneering e-business platforms as an entrepreneur. He’s also developed innovative training courses that have benefited thousands of professionals and managers in a fast-growing economy at his current learning and development business.

Supply Chain Management at SPC

Employment for logisticians is projected to grow 21% in Florida through 2024. The median annual salary for logisticians in the Tampa Bay area is $74,140, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

SPC’s Supply Chain Management Certificate prepares students to work in any aspect of supply chain, from warehousing to distribution to customer service.

Credits earned in this certificate count towards completion of our Business Administration A.S. Degree. SPC also offers short term, non-credit industry certifications in Supply Chain Management.

Great Opportunities Await at Feb. 21 Recruiting Event

A recruiting event is a great way to connect with agencies seeking to fill open positions. During the event, you have the chanceRecruiting Event Feb. 21 at SPC EpiCenter to make a great impression in person.  This is especially true and important if your resume does not necessarily stand out from the crowd.

Upcoming recruiting event

The LINCS Supply Chain Program is hosting a Meet the Recruiters event on Tuesday, Feb. 21, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the SPC EpiCenter, 13805 58th St. N., Clearwater. The event is FREE and open to the public.

The following recruitment agencies will be in attendance:

  • Kelly Services
  • Meri M. Stockwell, LLC
  • Frank Crum Staffing
  • Aerotek
  • Select Staffing
  • Link Staffing

Students will have the opportunity to network and meet with representatives from some of the area’s top recruitment agencies with open positions across various industries.

To RSVP, contact LINCS@spcollege.edu.

Come ready and prepared

In order to make the best impression at our upcoming Meet the Recruiters event and to be as effective as possible, you need to get READY and come PREPARED. 

  • Have plenty of copies of your resume with you. You need to prepare more than one version if you are looking for more than one type of job.
  • Prepare your Elevator Pitch (your 20-to-30 second commercial) and be prepared to talk about your experiences and skills.
  • Prepare some smart questions in advance. This shows you are proactive and attentive.
  • Dress for success! Conservative is always the best option.

Remember these tips

  • Watch your manners and mannerisms. Have a good handshake and remember to make eye contact.
  • Be clear when you are speaking and about what you want to convey.
  • Even though a recruitment event is a great opportunity to network, it is not a social event. You’re on a mission! Remember, you are being judged on your potential to fit a particular job function.
  • If the event includes the opportunity to network, please do so! Recruitment agencies may point you in the direction you want to go or connect you to additional employers.

At all times, remember that this is your chance to be evaluated on more than just your resume. You have the opportunity to really stand out in ways that are not captured on a resume.  Therefore, interpersonal skills, communication skills and workforce readiness skills are critical.

Please keep the above in mind as you prepare for our MEET THE RECRUITERS event on Tuesday, Feb. 21, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Get more information 

For more information about this exciting opportunity, contact Marta Przyborowski at 727-341-7973 or via email at przyborowski.marta@spcollege.edu.

New Supply Chain Management Concentration at SPC

Supply Chain Management DegreeThis fall, SPC’s College of Business is launching a new Supply Chain Management concentration. Part of the Business Administration A.S. degree, this exciting new subplan will prepare you to start a career in a field that is growing rapidly in the Tampa Bay area.  In addition to the new subplan, the Business Administration A.S. degree will contain a new embedded certificate in Supply Chain Management consisting of 18 credits. The first course in the new subplan, Supply Chain Practices (MAN 1590), starts Oct. 10!

Get details on Supply Chain Management program at Info Session Sept. 14

Join us at our Supply Chain Management Program Information Session on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 6 p.m. at the EpiCenter for details about this exciting program and career path. You can also contact us at LINCS@spcollege.edu to learn more about this technology-rich industry that is in no danger of becoming an obsolete profession.

Central Florida job market to gain 33,500+ logistics jobs

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, job growth in the field of logistics and Supply Chain Management is growing much faster than the national average. The Central Florida region, alone, is projected to have an estimated 33,500+ job openings over the next five years, as reported by CareerSource Florida.

As part of the new Supply Chain Management program options, you will be able to earn up to 8 SCPro Fundamentals industry certifications, endorsed by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.  

Why choose Supply Chain Management?

After the “Where are you going to college?” question, the follow-up is typically: “What are you going to major in?” It is this direct query and the palpable fear of the unknown that gives many students pause; and often anxiety. There are so many things to consider:

  • What is the end game? Are you looking to continue on to a Master’s in Fine Arts or a Juris Doctorate?
  • Are you interested in following in your uncle’s footsteps in pharmaceutical sales or becoming the first architect in the family?
  • Is your best bet enrolling in a major that’s at least in the right ballpark and then finding your way?

Let’s say for example that you are interested in a business degree. Most students who have an interest in a business often think they have to choose a major like accounting or marketing. But today, there are thousands of options under that umbrella.

You may consider an area of business that is constantly growing, pays very well, and is ultimately a component of all industries. The phrase may not be one you recognize immediately, but Supply Chain Management is a critical function that brings products and services to market.

To give a little insight, consider Amazon’s world-famous CEO Jeff Bezos. There is no one reading this article who has not been on the delivery end of a package from this retail behemoth.

Again, the most obvious example of Supply Chain management, but as quoted in Wired.Com in April 2014: ‘“Nineteen years ago, I drove the Amazon packages to the post office every evening in the back of my Chevy Blazer,” Bezos writes in his latest annual letter to shareholders. “My vision extended so far that I dreamed we might one day get a forklift.”’ This comment was a few months after the big reveal on 60 Minutes of their drone delivery plans and the wave that news sparked.

Becoming a supply chain professional means you play a large role in capturing customer demands and maximizing their satisfaction. Through St. Petersburg College’s Supply Chain Management Degree, you may very well find your next (and best) big step!

Supply Chain Management Education Opportunities at SPC

Get a step up on your supply chain career by earning your Business Administration A.S. degree or certificate with a specialization in Supply Chain Management.  

SPC’s College of Business is launching a new subplan in supply chain management (SCM) as part of the Business Administration A.S. degree effective Fall 2016.  The coursework, developed with funds from the LINCS Supply Chain Management TAACCCT grant, meets a growing demand for supply chain talent in the sector.  In addition to the new subplan, the Business Administration A.S. degree will also contain a new embedded certificate in SCM consisting of 18 credits.

SUBPLAN CORE COURSES include:

SUBPLAN ELECTIVE COURSES (3 credits):

If you have ever thought about continuing your education and/or completing your degree, this is your opportunity!  

According to the U.S. DepaBlog491f81ca-f386-44e2-88ac-e4385552f1f1rtment of Labor, job growth in the field of logistics and SCM is growing much faster than the national average. The Central Florida region is estimated to have more than 33,500 job openings over the next five years, as reported by  CareerSource Florida.  These jobs will include positions in purchasing, warehousing, distribution, transportation and analytics, among many others.

In addition to offering the new subplan and embedded certificate, students will have the opportunity to earn nationally recognized SCPro™ Fundamentals industry certifications endorsed by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).

The value of the new subplan and industry certifications will demonstrate to employers basic knowledge in SCM, which is a requirement by many companies seeking entry to mid-level workers.

An Information Session has been scheduled to discuss the new program options. 

We invite you to attend our upcoming information session to learn more about the program and how the SCPro™ Fundamentals certifications can help you complete your degree sooner.

The session will be held on:

  • Tuesday, Aug. 2 at 6 p.m.
  • Location: EpiCenter, Room 1-324 (1st floor, Workforce Institute)

For more information about the SCM programs, please contact Marta Przyborowski, Program Manager, at Przyborowski.marta@spcollege.edu or call 727-341-7973.

Ever considered a Supply Chain career?

Our LINCS Supply Chain Management (SCM) program has been a tremendous success for our students. The training, which includes the opportunity to earn up to eight SCPro Fundamentals industry certifications, covers a wide variety of Supply Chain Management topics and opens the door to the wealth of jobs available across the industry; particularly the abundance of supply chain management jobs in Florida.

Supply Chain job placement help

SPC’s LINCS program is also offMake a Supply Chain Management career happen today!ering job placement help and career readiness workshops for program participants looking for career advancement and employment opportunities.  Program students are invited to meet with our Career Outreach Specialist, Mark Quinzi, for a comprehensive career readiness assessment during which information is provided pertaining to the student’s:

  • Resume
  • Interview Skills
  • LinkedIn Profile
  • Job Search Strategies
  • Networking Opportunities, etc.

New Supply Chain subplan for Business A.S. Degree

In addition, starting Fall 2016, SPC’s College of Business, which houses the LINCS Program, will be launching a NEW Supply Chain Management subplan as part of the Business Administration A.S. Degree.  The Supply Chain Management courses included in the new subplan give students the opportunity to earn specific SCPro Fundamentals industry certifications in addition to the Associate of Science degree.

Advantages for Supply Chain employers and students

The LINCS program brings together individuals interested in enhancing their knowledge of supply chain management and employers seeking to fill open positions.  Students can network with industry professionals during guest speaker engagements, industry tours, specialized job fairs, etc.

Employers, in turn, have access to a diverse pool of candidates to fill their open positions.  Many employer partners have provided information on current openings, which in turn, are shared with program participants.  This advantage is a win-win for both employers and students; especially since our classes carry the national CSCMP backed SCPro Fundamentals industry certification opportunity.cscmp-centralflorida

In addition to the above resources, CSCMP is also offering all students who earn an SCPro Fundamentals certification the opportunity to join the professional organization at the student rate of $40 per year.  This benefit which caries with it a connection to SCM Professionals and Companies is an added advantage for students who are presently looking for employment or those wishing to network with industry peers.  The LINCS program is also affordable, accelerated (most classes are four to six-weeks) and offers flexible schedules.

Taken individually or by creating a customized plan, the classes will provide fundamental knowledge to those new to the Supply Chain Management sector or supplement an employee’s current job function by preparing them for the next phase of their career.

The SCPro Fundamentals certification classes include:

  • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES – FREE to all students
  • WAREHOUSING OPERATIONS
  • SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AND PROCUREMENT
  • INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
  • CUSTOMER SERVICE OPERATIONS
  • DEMAND PLANNING
  • TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS
  • MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE OPERATIONS

GET the edge! Review our current LINCS Program Newsletter for more information.  Contact Program Manager, Marta Przyborowski at przyborowski.marta@spcollege.edu or 727-341-7973 with any questions.

Supply Chain students get real-world experience

SPC Supply Chain students recently toured two local firms to see first hand what working in the Supply Chain industry is like.

Most of us remember the days of permission slips and field trips. Typically scheduled to reinforce classroom lessons, these breaks from the routine literally bring learning to life.

This educational strategy was effectively evidenced in the past few months when we took the students enrolled in our LINCS Supply Chain Management program to tour Great Bay Distributors and Valpak, respectively.

An inside look at Supply Chain from Great Bay Distributors

Renowned for their almost 50 year history, Great Bay Distributors is Florida’s largest independently, and family-owned distributor of Anheuser-Busch produGB4cts. The tour itself was facilitated by Mr. Scott Penland, Chief Operations Officer at Great Bay Distributors, and Mr. Matt Sokolowski. Our students were treated to a first-class, behind-the-scenes view of the operations of the distribution center. Whether new to the workings of the supply chain management industry or not, for many students, this was their first time inside a distribution center.

Great Bay Distributors is a local powerhouse, and according to their website, has “rapidly become a leading wholesaler in the beer industry – distributing six of the top 10 beers in the Pinellas, West Pasco, Hernando and Citrus county markets.” They currently operate two distribution centers in the greater Tampa Bay area, including St. Petersburg in Pinellas and Holiday in West Pasco. The message inherent in their success speaks volumes about the supply chain employment opportunities that exist in our geographic region and how powerfully privately-owned companies can emerge.

Valpak shows supply chain students state-of-the-art facility

Valpak, a subsidiary of Cox Target Media and North America’s leading direct marketer, has built one of the most advanced and automated manufacturing centers in the world. LINCS Program students were treated to a special floor tour of the facility thaSupply Chain Program - Valpak Tourt enabled them to observe the operation up close.  Valpak’s state of the art facility, occupying nearly 500,000 square feet of space, is a hub of technology where automation and robotics is at the core of the operation.  The implemented technology and automation has allowed Valpak to decrease business processing time for a new marketing piece from four days to four hours. In addition, they use extensive targeting tools to get the right offers to the right consumers. The tour, which was facilitated by Ms. Tonya Jones, Logistics Operations Manager, and Mr. Scott Graves, Logistics/Planning & Scheduling Operators Lead, also included a short video presentation about the company providing students with additional insights.

Besides being very informative, the tours brought a dimensionality to the concepts that supply chain students have been learning in the classroom. Seeing such operations up close, allowed students to witness how supply chain concepts and principles of management are applied in a real world setting.

To learn more about SPC’s LINCS Supply Chain Management, please contact us at LINCS@spcollege.edu.  Our program allows students to earn SCPro Fundamentals industry certifications, endorsed by the national Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), in as little as six-weeks.

Our SCPro Fundamentals industry certifications tracks include:

  • Supply Chain Management Principles
  • Customer Service Operations
  • Transportation Operations
  • Warehousing Operations
  • Demand Planning
  • Inventory Management
  • Manufacturing and Service Operations
  • Supply Management and Procurement

Because of the logistical nature of this industry, we have integrated guest lecturers and industry tours such as these into the curriculum to enhance the student experience.

Supply chain needs of today’s workforce

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for supply chain talent “has been rising and jobs in logistics are estimated to grow by 26 percent between 2010 and 2020.” SPC is complying with this growing urgency by “educating and training a local, skilled, and qualified workforce.”

Leading the Way

We agree that outings such as these give the flavor our Supply Chain Management students need to experience the program’s far-reaching impact on distribution and consumerism. Our program offers multiple tracks that can be selected based on individual educational and career goals.

Check out the list of upcoming classes and contact us at LINCS@spcollege.edu or 727-341-7973 to find out how to jump-start your career in supply chain management.

The Best Way to Prepare for a Job Fair

SPC_LINCS_LinkedInBP_LinkedInBlogPhoto_webCareer and Job Fairs present a great opportunity to directly connect with employers.  During the event, you have the chance to make a great impression in person.  This is especially true and important if your resume does not necessarily stand out from the crowd.

So in order to make the best impression at our upcoming MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY CHAIN JOB FAIR and to be as effective as possible, you need to get READY and come PREPARED

  • Before you go, make sure you know which employers are attending.
  • Do your research! Visit each company’s website to learn more about their business and their open positions. You need to get a sense if there is a fit between your skills and interests and the employer’s needs.
  • Make “A” and “B” lists of the employers to meet. Depending on the event, you may not have enough time to speak with every employer.  In addition, if you are looking for a number of different job types, you need to know which employers align with that job type so that you can present them with the appropriate resume.
  • Have plenty of copies of your resume with you. You need to prepare more than one version if you are looking for more than one type of job.
  • Prepare your Elevator Pitch (your 20 to 30 sec. commercial) and be prepared to talk about your experiences and skills.
  • Prepare some smart questions in advance. This shows that you are proactive and attentive.
    • Do NOT ask employers about what their company does or any other information that could be easily obtained from their website.
    • Some possible questions may include “What kind of person are you seeking for this position?” and/or “What particular skills do you value most?”
    • Show the employer what you know and don’t hesitate to ask questions about particular news events that featured the company in a very positive light.
  • Dress for success! Conservative is always the best option.

At the Job Fair, remember the following:

  • Watch your manners and mannerisms. Have a good handshake and remember to make eye contact.
  • Be clear in what you are speaking about or trying to convey.
  • Even though a job fair presents a great opportunity to network, it is not a social event. You’re on a mission! Remember, you are being judged on your potential to function in the work environment.
  • If the job fair includes a resource or networking room that includes community, education and professional organizations, please take the opportunity to meet the other organizations! They may point you in the direction you want to go or connect you to additional employers.

At all times, remember that this is your chance to be evaluated on more than just your resume. You have the opportunity to really stand out in ways that are not captured on a resume.  Therefore, interpersonal skills, communication skills and workforce readiness skills are very critical. Many employers evaluate heavily on these skills because they want to hire individuals who are the best fit for their organization and can make a good impression on their customers.

Please keep the above in mind as you prepare for our MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY CHAIN JOB FAIR, in partnership with Florida TRADE, on March 23 from noon to 3 p.m.

In attendance will be area employers with job openings for entry level, professional, and management positions. The employers include:

  • Valpak
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • GA Foods
  • Advanced Protection Technologies, Inc.
  • Freight Center
  • Lid Works
  • TSE Industries
  • CompuLink
  • Instrument Transformers
  • Leggett & Platt
  • Onicon, Inc.
  • Alumi-Guard
  • Leader Tech
  • Tampa Bay Water

This event is not only FREE, it includes career workshops that will run from 9 a.m. to noon covering topics such as:

  • Resume Tips and Critiques
    • 9 – 10 AM
  • Acing the Interview
    • 10 – 11 AM
  • Networking 101
    • 11 AM – 12 PM

Again, join us on March 23rd from noon to 3 p.m.

SPC EpiCenter
13805 58th St. N
Clearwater, FL 33760

How to Participate

This job fair is open to the public as well as employers who might be looking to hire someone in the manufacturing and supply chain management field.

For more information about this exciting opportunity, contact Marta Przyborowski at 727-341-7973 or email her at przyborowski.marta@spcollege.edu. Pre-registration for job seekers can be accomplished at www.spcollege.edu/lincs.

For more detail about our supply chain program in general, check out our SPC LINCS webpage. What you don’t know may be exactly what you are looking for in a career.

How to Find the Job That’s Right for You

SPC_LINCS_LinkedInBP_LinkedInBlogPhoto_webThe answer to “what do you want to be when you grow up?” may have changed since you were first asked that question. Maybe or maybe not.

Perhaps you are on the verge of deciding your occupation, what degree to pursue, what industry will allow for growth and flexibility and consistent financial gain.

These determinations are ironically more difficult to make today than they ever were. The ability to obtain advanced degrees and major in concentrations never before offered, provide for a dizzying array of options.

Here at St. Petersburg College, it is our commitment to educate, but also to open up the realm of possibilities.

To that end, we are hosting a MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY CHAIN JOB FAIR in partnership with Florida TRADE on March 23, from noon to 3 p.m.

Its focus is to bring together job seekers and employers within the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management sectors.  In attendance will be area employers with job openings for: entry level, professional, and management positions.

This event is not only FREE, it includes workshops that will run from 9 a.m. to noon covering topics such as:

  • Resume Tips and Critiques
  • Acing the Interview
  • Networking 101

Join us on March 23rd from noon to 3 p.m.

SPC EpiCenter
13805 58th St. N
Clearwater, FL 33760

How to Participate

This job fair is open to the public as well as employers who might be looking to hire someone in the manufacturing and supply chain management field.

A Career in Supply Chain Management

You may not be aware that a Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals exists or that it is a means to a prospect, but you may find this industry interesting; because it is multi-faceted.

“Not only is supply chain management important to the world’s leading organizations, this fast-paced, global field offers tremendous employment opportunities. Supply chain managers are in high demand but limited supply, meaning that you’ll have wide-ranging supply chain management career options and advancement prospects. In short, nearly every size and type of organization needs motivated, well-prepared individuals like you to become their supply chain leaders of the future!”

From the 40,000 foot perspective, professionals in this industry of logistics “make sure that goods and services get into the hands of consumers”.

This sector encompasses just about every other industry with career advantages that suit the gamut of aptitudes and interests:

  • Analysts
  • Customer Service Representatives
  • Logistics Associates
  • Inventory Control Managers
  • Logistics Managers
  • Logistics Services Salespeople
  • Logistics Software Managers
  • Materials Handlers
  • Production Managers
  • Purchasing Associates
  • Demand Planners
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Systems Support Managers
  • Transportation Managers
  • Vendor Managed Inventory Coordinators
  • Warehouse Operations Managers

For more information about this exciting opportunity, contact Marta Przyborowski at 727-341-7973 or email her at przyborowski.marta@spcollege.edu. Pre-registration for job seekers can be accomplished at www.spcollege.edu/lincs.

For more detail about our program in general, check out our SPC LINCS webpage. What you don’t know may be exactly what you are looking for in a career.

SPC awards 100th industry certification in supply chain management

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Customer Service CertSt. Petersburg College’s LINCS Supply Chain Management Program recently awarded its 100th certification for SCPro Fundamentals in supply chain management to Kara Hall, PGT Customer Service Representative.

Kara completed the LINCS Customer Service Operations class, offered by St. Petersburg College, and passed the corresponding certification exam.  In addition to earning the national industry certification, which is certified by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Kara also holds an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts and a Bachelor’s Degree in Practical Ministry.

When asked how she felt about the LiNCS Program, Kara stated there was great value in the course.

“It brought greater clarity to some business terms that I was already familiar with and introduced other concepts – such as legal information – that will be very important for me to understand as I move forward in my career,” she said.

As a working professional, Kara found that the course material and format fit well with her full-time schedule. Kara enrolled in the LiNCS certification class with two colleagues, Brittany Watkins and Kayla Woods; all three completed and earned the SCPro Fundamentals Customer Service Operations certification together.

Prior to joining PGT in March 2015, Kara managed an online store that sold refurbished technology devices.

“That’s where I really learned all the in’s and out’s of good customer service, including always striving to go the extra mile!” she said.

Kara puts forth this same effort and positive attitude in her role as Customer Service Representative at PGT, where she assists hundreds of local Florida distributors with placing orders for windows and doors.

Supply Chain Management training

The LINCS Supply Chain Management training program offers eight entry to mid-level industry certifications that  cover key aspects of supply chain, such as:

  • Planning and forecasting
  • Customer service operations
  • Inventory Management
  • Purchasing
  • Product assembly
  • Warehousing and Storage Operations
  • Transportation Operations

Each certification class can be completed in six weeks or less.  To date, 138 SCPro Fundamentals industry certifications have been earned by students.

Additional classes are starting soon! The LINCS Program will also host additional information sessions for prospective students. Learn more about SPC’s affordable, short-term Supply Chain Management training that will prepare you for a new career at www.spcollege.edu/lincs.

Jan. 12 Info Session

Register NowTuesday, January 12, 6-7 p.m.
SPC’s Jamerson Midtown Center, Room 205

Questions?

Contact Marta Przyborowski via email or at 727-341-7973.

Learn about Supply Chain Management training Oct. 21

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Supply Chain Management (SCM), sometimes called logistics, is one of the fastest-growing fields nationwide and is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next decade. Supply chain management involves all activities that bring products and services to market, a critical function in any company.

Learn more about SPC’s affordable, short-term Supply Chain Management training program that will prepare you for a new career.

Supply Chain Management Training Info Session

Register NowWednesday, October 21, 6-7 p.m.
SPC’s Downtown Center, Room 122

The LINCS Supply Chain Management training program offers 8 entry to mid-level industry certifications that  cover key aspects of supply chain, such as:

  • Planning and forecasting
  • Customer service operations
  • Inventory Management
  • Purchasing
  • Product assembly
  • Warehousing and Storage Operations
  • Transportation Operations

The Tampa Bay area is home to numerous corporate headquarters, distribution centers and transportation hubs that play an integral role in the growing supply chain management function.  Supply Chain Management is part of nearly every business and industry and requires a trained workforce from entry to management level.  SPC’s LINCS Supply Chain Management program will provide you the tools needed to build a successful career in the field of supply chain management.

Learn more about SPC’s Supply Chain Management Certifications at www.spcollege.edu/lincs.

Questions?

Contact Marta Przyborowski via email or at 727-341-7973.

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