• Warehouse Management Inventory Control Training Storekeeper 03035530865 Rawalpindi Islamabad Wareho
  • Warehouse Management Inventory Control Training Storekeeper 03035530865 Rawalpindi Islamabad Wareho

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Warehouse Management Inventory Control Training Storekeeper 03035530865 Rawalpindi Islamabad Wareho

Lahore City, Pakistan

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Warehouse Management Inventory Control Training Storekeeper 03035530865 Rawalpindi Islamabad

Warehouse managers oversee the handling and storage of a company’s supplies and goods as well as track supply requests and forecast future material needs. Read on to learn about some of the most common classes and training program offerings in warehouse management Concepts you’ll encounter while studying warehouse management:

Business basics

Inventory control

Management techniques

Source selection

Acquisitions law

Fundamentals of transportation and logistics

This course will introduce you to the theories and concepts of inventory and warehouse management with specific emphasis on identifying the components of inventory related costs, estimating the cost of said components, controlling material flow through materials requirement planning and just-in-time delivery and managing inventory related response to customer demand. In summary, you will take away the knowledge to better manage your areas, and to effectively align your activities with those of the logistics and supply chain management team within your organisation, leading to smoother, more profitable operations.

Inventory and Warehouse Management Courses

Students learn the key aspects of inventory control and materials handling. They develop their knowledge of receiving and storing materials with an eye to greater profitability. Instructors provide lessons in proper material processing, including the picking and shipping of goods. Students learn the technologies and computer systems that assist managers in maintaining inventory and forecasting supply needs.

Acquisitions and Purchasing Courses

These classes survey the duties of purchasing agents and the methods use in acquiring materials and goods. Assignments allow students to develop familiarity with source selection, contracting, acquisitions law and pricing. Lessons include tips pricing materials and key negotiating skills. Students will analyze the value offered by vendors for products and use this information when planning equipment and supply purchases.

Supply Chain and Logistics Management Courses

Instructors discuss the challenges facing supply chains in a global economy. Students acquire the ability to coordinate logistical information so the movement of materials is seamless. Class topics include emphasis on meeting deadlines, customer service and accurately forecasting future logistical needs. Students also learn the technologies used in the industry and production planning.

Transportation and Freight Operations Courses

Students develop an understanding of the role transportation plays in society and the economy. Classes discuss the environmental impacts of transportation operations and the regulations affecting the industry, including federal and international counter-terrorism laws. Students learn the effective management of transportation hubs and transportation pricing standards. Assignments introduce the technologies used in managing transportation operations and maintaining shipment security.

Course Outline

Module 1: Warehouse Management

Warehouse Organization

Introduction to warehouse organization

Position of Warehouse/stores in the organization

Organization structure of stores division

Organization matters for efficient working of stores division

Delegation of authority

Requisitions and Replenishment of Materials

Need for requisitioning the material

Replenishment of stock items

Preparation of materials requisition report

Dispatch of requisition to user department

 Review order quantity

Performance Evaluation of Stores Activities

Criticism of stores division

Poor inventory control

Improper store-keeping and Tools Management

Performance indicators and evaluation

How is performance evaluation carried out

ISO Standards and Warehouse Activities

Introduction to ISO standards

The importance of ISO standards

Registration for ISO certification

Warehouse activities and quality assurance

Stores division activities in conformance to ISO 9001

Warehouse Location, Layout, and Facilities Planning

Number and size of stores

Location of stores

Layout planning of warehouse

Physical facilities planning

Warehouse Security, Safety, and Maintenance

Security

Entry to warehouse

Management of warehouse keys

Closing of warehouse

Issue to authorized individuals

Module2: Inventory Control

Inventory Classification and Strategies

Advantages of classification of inventory

Regular inventory item

In-process inventories

Finished goods inventory

Strategic considerations in the control of finished goods inventory

Market research

Codification and Standardization

Methods of Codification

Variety reduction

Advantages of standardization

Situations where standardization is not preferred

Types of standards

Standardization program

Inventory Control Model

Theoretical inventory control model

Elements of inventory control model

Dynamic nature of the inventory control model

Maintenance requirements

Reorder point fluctuations

Inventory Control Techniques

Best order quantity

Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) defined

Determining Economic Order Quantity (EOQ)

Variable costs

ABC analysis

Other techniques of analysis

Effective Management of Spare Parts

Factors influencing the stocking of spare parts

Appropriate maintenance techniques

Administrative and financial factors

Steps for management of spare parts

Diagnostic survey

Reconditioning and overhauling of parts

Valuation of Inventory

Importance of valuation of inventory

Valuation of material issues

First in First Out (FIFO)

Last in First Outs

Highest in First Out (HIFO)

Next in First Out (NIFO)

Simple average method

Weighted average cost method

Factors considered in selection of method of valuation of inventory

Warehouse Management Warehouse Organization

Introduction to warehouse organization

Position of Warehouse/stores in the organization

Organization structure of stores division

Organization matters for efficient working of stores division

Delegation of authority

Performance Evaluation of Stores Activities

Criticism of stores division

Poor inventory control

Improper store-keeping and Tools Management

Performance indicators and evaluation

How is performance evaluation carried out

Warehouse Security, Safety, and Maintenance

Security

Entry to warehouse

Management of warehouse keys

Closing of warehouse

Issue to authorized individuals

Inventory Classification and Strategies

Advantages of classification of inventory

Regular inventory item

In-process inventories

Finished goods inventory

Strategic considerations in the control of finished goods inventory

Market research

Inventory Control Model

Theoretical inventory control model

Elements of inventory control model

Dynamic nature of the inventory control model

Maintenance requirements

Reorder point fluctuations

Valuation of Inventory

Importance of valuation of inventory

Valuation of material issues

First in First Out (FIFO)

Last in First Outs

Highest in First Out (HIFO)

Next in First Out (NIFO)

Simple average method

Weighted average cost method

Factors considered in selection of method of valuation of inventory

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