CPIM

CPIM Class Pricing

APICS Member Class Cost Per Module: $725.00
Non-member Cost Per Module: $825.00

The class fees include Certified Instructor-led teachings from Master Level Instructors, participant workbooks and reading materials.

Additional materials that you will need:

APICS Dictionary 14th Edition     $50.00 or Free to APICS Members

The Cost of the Exams are NOT included in our fees, and must be paid at the time of booking.

CPIM Exams

Exams are scheduled through PearsonVue at http://www.pearsonvue.com., after requesting an ATT (authorization to test) from APICS head office:

Visit this link for details:  http://www.apics.org/apics-certification-exam-authorization-to-test-form/computer-based-testing-(cbt)

In order to become CPIM certified you must pass 5 exams.  Each exam is based on one module.

Your class Instructor will provide detailed instructions on how and when to sign up for the exams.

$190.00 each CPIM Test for APICS Members
$290.00 each CPIM Test for Non-Members

CPIM Modules

The CPIM Program consists of 5 modules

  • Basics of Supply Chain Management  (Basics)
  • Execution & Control of Operations (ECO)
  • Detailed Scheduling and Planning  (DSP)
  • Master Planning of Resources   (MPR)
  • Strategic Management of Resources  (SMR)

The five CPIM modules are as follows:

1.       Basics of Supply Chain Management  (Total class hours: 30)

This is an introductory course for production and inventory management personnel and CPIM candidates. This course provides basic definitions and concepts for planning and controlling the flow of materials into, through, and out of an organization. It explains fundamental relationships among the activities that occur in the supply chain from suppliers to customers. In addition, the course addresses types of manufacturing systems, forecasting, master planning, material requirements planning, capacity management, production activity control, purchasing, inventory management, distribution, quality management, and Just-in-Time manufacturing.

2.       Execution and Control of Operations (Total class hours: 24)

This course focuses on three main areas: prioritizing and sequencing work; executing work plans, implementing controls, and reporting activity results; and evaluating and providing feedback on performance. The course explains techniques for scheduling and controlling production and process operations. It also addresses the execution of quality initiatives and continuous improvement plans as well as controlling and handling inventories. Finally, the course presents techniques for evaluating performance and collecting data for effective feedback.

3.       Detailed Scheduling and Planning (Total class hours: 27)

This course focuses on material and capacity scheduling and planning. It includes a detailed explanation of material requirements planning (MRP), a technique suitable for use in job shops. The course also introduces another material planning technique, material-dominated scheduling, which is applicable to process industries and other mature production environments. The course explains capacity requirements planning in detail and introduces other capacity-planning techniques, including processor-dominated scheduling.

4.       Master Planning of Resources (Total class hours: 24)

In this course, students explore processes used to: develop sales and operations plans; identify and assess internal and external demand and forecasting requirements; and effect an achievable master schedule consistent with business policies, objectives, and resource constraints. The course focuses on developing and validating a plan of supply, relating management of demand to the environment, and developing and validating the master schedule.
In addition, the course encompasses concepts for transforming sales, marketing, and business requirements into a feasible and economic operations plan in various business environments. It also addresses concepts and methodologies for managing projected and actual demands from distribution networks and external customers. Finally, the course presents methods for integrating sales and operations plans, demand forecasts, and customer demand into a specific master schedule.

5.       Strategic Management of Resources (Total class hours: 24)

In this course, students explore the relationship of existing and emerging processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and supply-chain-related functions. The course addresses three main topics: aligning resources with the strategic plan, configuring and integrating operating processes to support the strategic plan, and implementing change.    For maximum comprehension of course content, students should be familiar with the information and concepts presented in other CPIM modules before taking this course.