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Vskills Certification in International Logistics Management enables the candidates to develop skills required for managing international transportation such as handling multiple modes, documentation, ...

Vskills Certification in International Logistics Management enables the candidates to develop skills required for managing international transportation such as handling multiple modes, documentation, developing strategies for distribution and inculcating skills to deal with integrated logistics management system. The certification provides an overview of international commerce such as sales and payment terms, custom regulation and integrated logistics management process.

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    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional VS-1007
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional Certified International Logistics Management Professional Certification Code VS-1007 Vskills Certification in International Logistics Management enables the candidates to develop skills required for managing international transportation such as handling multiple modes, documentation, developing strategies for distribution and inculcating skills to deal with integrated logistics management system. The certification provides an overview of international commerce such as sales and payment terms, custom regulation and integrated logistics management process. Why should one take this certification? This certification is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression. The certification is developed with a motive to enhance professional skills, thus making your job more challenging and rewarding. certification? Who will benefit from taking this certification? The Certification benefits working professional who seek to develop a more strategic view of international logistics operations and build up on relevant skills to handle operational activities. It also benefits students in developing an understanding of key areas and generally wanting to improve their skill set to make their CV stronger. Test Details: • • • Duration: 60 minutes No. of questions: 50 Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module. Fee Structure: Rs. 2,500/- (Includes all taxes) Companies that hire Vskills Certified International Logistics Management Professionals Professionals International Logistics Management professionals are in great demand and major companies in India hire them. International job consultants also are constantly looking for overseas jobs. The skill is also greatly in demand in super specialized government projects on contract basis. www.vskills.in
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Concept and objectives of logistics 1.2 General structure and elements of logistics 1.3 Forms of logistics management 1.4 Trade-off analysis 1.5 International logistics for the firm shipping 2. Ocean shipping 2.1 Ports in India 2.2 Ports Infrastructure Development 2.3 Shipping Association of India 2.4 Types of Ships 2.5 Shipping Routes 2.6 Types of Cargo 2.7 Vessels – Types and Characteristics 2.8 Volume and Value of trade 2.9 Conference System 2.10 Flags of convenience 3. Inland Container Depot (ICD) 3.1 Roles and functions of ICD 3.2 Maritime Container Rates 3.3 Export and Import clearance at ICDS 3.4 Container Freight Stations (CFS) 3.5 Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) International 4. International Air Transport 4.1 Concepts of Air Transport 4.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Air Transport 4.3 Classification of Air Freight Rate 4.4 Role of IATA (The International Air Transport Association) 4.5 Air Cargo Documentation and Insurance 5. Surface Transport 5.1 Movements to and from Ports 5.2 Intermodalism 6. Freight Structure 6.1 Freight Rates Principles 6.2 Types of Freight Rates www.vskills.in
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional 6.3 Linear Freight Rebate System 6.4 Contracts of Affreightments 6.5 Freight Broker and Freight Forwarder 6.6 Stevedore 6.7 Process of Ratemaking 7. Chartering 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Types of Charter 7.3 Types of Charter Arrangements 7.4 Arbitration in Chartering 7.5 Baltic Freight Index 8. Containerisation 8.1 Classification of Containers 8.2 Arrangements of Container 8.3 Packaging of cargo in container 8.4 Precautions of packaging the containers 8.5 Marking of Container 8.6 Container Leasing 8.7 Constraints in Containerisation 9. Functions of International Logistics and Intermediaries 9.1 Inbound Logistics Functions 9.2 Outbound Logistics Functions 9.3 Logistics Intermediaries 10. Sale and Payment terms 10.1 Terms of Sale 10.2 Terms of Payment and 11. Documentation and Insurance 11.1 Procedure of Documentation 11.2 Cargo Insurance 11.3 Hull Insurance 11.4 Air Cargo Insurance 11.5 Insurance Claims settlement 12. International Logistics of Export Product Movement 12.1 International Transaction Channel Activities 12.2 International Distribution Channel 12.3 Movement of Goods through the Distribution Channel 12.4 Transportation of Hazardous Materials www.vskills.in
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional 13. Integrated Logistics 13.1 Warehousing, Material Handling and Packaging 13.2 Transportation - Functionality and Principles 13.3 Multimodal Transport System 13.4 Inventory Management – Types and Characteristics 13.5 Logistics Information System Flow, Functionality and Architecture 13.6 Principles of Logistics Information System www.vskills.in
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional Course Outline Introduction Explains the concept of logistics such as inbound logistics, material management, physical distribution and supply chain management Explains the importance and objectives of logistics system Explains the components of logistics such as Warehousing, Inventory, Transportation, Network Design and Information Systems Explains the concept of Trade-off analysis and types of trade-off Explains the concepts of Centralized, Decentralized and Outsourced Logistics management system Explains the concepts of International Logistics Describes export documentation and Incoterms shipping Ocean shipping Illustrates about the overall Indian shipping scenario Illustrates the Infrastructure Development of Ports Shipping Association of India Describes about different types of ships such as tankers, bulk carriers, container ships, general cargo vessel etc Illustrates various shipping routes and chief shipping lanes Illustrates different types of vessels and their characteristics Describes the procedure of developing linear and tramp trade Describes the volume and Value of trade Explains the concept of Conference System – Types of Conference, Organization of a conference, Advantages and disadvantages of conference system, Members Conferences, Conference Relationship with Shippers, Conference Relationships with Government etc Explains the concept of flags of convenience Inland Container Depot (ICD) Explains the roles and functions of ICD Maritime Container Rates Explains the export and import clearance procedure at ICDS Explains the working of Container Freight Stations (CFS) Describes the objectives, functions and performance of Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) International Air Transport Illustrates about the concepts of Air Transport Illustrates the advantages and disadvantages of Air Transport Explains the different types of Air Freight Rate and Air Freight consolidation www.vskills.in
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional Explains the role and priorities of IATA (The International Air Transport Association), IATA industry currency services and coordinated safety strategies Describes the various documentation required in Air Cargo Documentation and Insurance Surface Transport Explains the process involved in movements to and from Ports Explains the process of Intermodalism, types of Intermodalism movement and equipments therein Freight Structure Explains the principles of freight rates such as actual costs, traffic bearing capacity, government policy, reasonable profits etc Explains the types of Freights such as Liner freight, tramp freight, lump sum freight etc Explains about the Liner Freight Rebate System and their features such as Deferred rebate system, Dual Rate System, Immediate Rebate System etc Explains the indices of freight rate Explains the contracts involved in the process of Affreightments Explains the role of freight brokers and freight forwarders Explains about Stevedore and the process involved in loading and unloading of ships Explains the process involved in Ratemaking and factors affecting the process of ratemaking Chartering Explains about the process of chartering and common terminologies Explains about the different types of Charter such as time, voyage and demise charter Describes the Charter Party Arrangement between the ship owner and charterer Explains the various arbitration clauses in chartering, structure of standard time and voyage charter Explains about the functioning of Baltic Freight Index Containerisation Illustrates the classification of containers as per the raw material, size, usage etc Explains the arrangements of containers Packaging of cargo in container Describes the precautions while packaging the containers Marking of Container Explains the types of arrangements for leasing the container Describes the various constraints in the process of containerisation Explains the facilitation in multimodal transport through the process of containerisation Explains the various advantages to trade from the process of containerisation www.vskills.in
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional Functions of International Logistics and Intermediaries Explains the inbound logistics functions such as production scheduling, procurement etc Explains the outbound logistics functions such as demand forecasting, packaging, labeling, service support etc Explains the Intermediaries in Logistics Management Sale and Payment terms Explains the terms of sale involving risk of physical loss, transport cost etc Explains the terms in transactions such as FAS, FOB, CFR, CPT, CIP, CIF etc Describes the documents related to terms of sale Explains about the terms of payment, procedure for progress payment and required document Documentation and Insurance Illustrates the various types of documents involved such as certificate of origin, charter party, custom invoice, dock receipt etc Explains the procedure of documentation Explains the policies involved in cargo insurance, insurable interest etc Explains the policies involved in Hull Insurance Explains the regulations in Air Cargo Insurance Explains the process involved in insurance claims settlement International Logistics of Export Product Movement Explains the activities involved in international transaction channel management Describes various international distribution channels Describes the movement of goods through the distribution channels Explains the principles of transportation management and the process of handling hazardous materials Integrated Logistics Explains the process involved in warehousing, material handling and packaging Explains the functionality and principles in transportation management Illustrates the features of multimodal transport system, advantages and the pricing strategies Explains the process involved in inventory management, types of inventory and their characteristics Explains the logistics information system flow, its functionality and architecture Explains the principles of logistics information such as availability, accuracy, timeline, flexibility etc www.vskills.in
    • Certified International Logistics Management Professional Sample Questions ‘Juststock1. The ‘Just-In-Time’ (JIT) philosophy aims to minimize stock-holding costs by planning the arrival of raw materials and components just as they are needed. A. True B. False 2. Free on board (FOB) is where customers only take responsibility after the goods have reached a named foreign destination. A. True B. False 3. What name is given to a distributional channel in which exports are sent to a ‘satellite’ warehouse/ depot in another country which then acts as a ‘break bulk’ bulk’ point? A. Free-carrier system B. Ex-works system C. Transit system D. Direct system 4. AWB means ____________. A. Air Way Bill B. Aero Way Bond C. Acid Water Bus D. Air Water Borne 5. FOB means ____________. A. Free on Board B. Free on Bus C. First on Bail D First on Board Answers: (B), (C), (A) 1 (A), 2 (B), 3 (C), 4 (A), 5 (A) www.vskills.in