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Supply chain management ppt

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  1. 1. 1 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  2. 2. Logistics and Supply Chain SpaceHorizon,Market Size Future Potential IndiaSkills Qualification-Level 1 Certificate in Logistics and Warehousing Operations 2 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  3. 3. Supply Chain Management Supply chain management is the management of network of interconnected businesses involved in the ultimate provision of goods and services required by the end customer. Supply chain management spans all movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory and finished goods from point-of- origin to point-of-consumption.Critical aspect: Everyone is involved Systems approach to reducing costs Integration being the key 3 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  4. 4. Supply Chain Management – In a nutshell isSCM is all about effective integration of…Right Product  At Right PlaceRight Quantity At Right TimeRight Quality At Right Value 4 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  5. 5. An Overview of Logistics and SCM SpaceDiverse footprint across industries 5 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  6. 6. Potential Market Size* * All figures pertaining to organised sector only 6 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  7. 7. Potential Market size* 1. These are conservative estimates. 2. The figures mentioned are for organised sectors only. 3. Manufacturing is a diverse domain (automobile, consumer durables, engineering, etc.) 4. These figures do not include emerging areas like green, agri-business, etc. 5. Logistics figures do not include carriers such as shipping, aviation. 6. Retail figures are only for back-end operations personnel which is approximately 15% of entire retail workforce. Total Market Size: 8.0 L 7 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  8. 8. Logistics and SCM Sector: The Opportunity Ahead… Current, organised sector’s conservative market size estimates itself is huge. The sector is rightly poised for high and sustained growth, for the next 10 years in India. The dependent infrastructure is being given a big push. L&SCM areas like transportation and logistics, warehousing and packaging are identified as one of the high growth sector by National Skills Development Mission established by Ministry of Labour. From current skill set gap and policy push perspective, L&SCM is a big opportunity area. 8 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  9. 9. Careers in SCM A synergy of our strengths9 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  10. 10. Careers in SCMSCM is listed globally as one of the top ten forces of business world in the 21stcentury.90% of Indian corporates now believe that SCM strategy is vital tocompetitive strategy.Arvind Mills, Ranbaxy, Bombay Dyeing, Marico, Hindustan Lever andmany more major companies run with strong SCM backbone.Career opportunity exists in abundance for professionals with Managementor Materials background and having proficiency in computers.Opportunity to work with people throughout company—Logistics, IT,Manufacturing and Marketing.10 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  11. 11. Opportunities in Sectors Manufacturing Industries Areas of Excellent Industrial and Consumer Products Employment Opportunities for Freshers Merchandising Firms Service Sectors Wholesaler, Distributor, Banks, Hospitals, IT Sectors Stockist and RetailerTransportation Careers in Logistics Industries L&SCM FirmsFreight and Passenger Warehousing, Dedicated Careers, C&F etc. Consulting Organisations Educational Establishments Strategy, Technology, Business Universities, Institutions, Training Firms Government Organisations Defence, Telecom, Postal, Railways 11 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  12. 12. Opportunities in Sectors-Few Prospective Employers Manufacturing Logistic Retail Industry Transportation Industries Companies Hindustan Liver DHL Future Group Transport Ltd Corporation of India Reliance TNT Reliance Retail Inter world Cargo Industries Ltd care Pvt Ltd Glaxo Smithkline Blue dart Landmark Group Welgrow Line India (Pvt) Ltd Coca Cola Ashok Leyland Aditya Birla Jet Airways 12 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  13. 13. Typical Designations of SCM ProfessionalsJunior Management Middle Management Senior Management Manager/Sr. Manager –Purchase Officer/Officer – GM – Planning and Purchase/VP Materials/Planning/Materials/Officer – Planning – Strategic Sourcing Vendor Development ManagerExecutive – Demand Logistics Manager/Distribution Head – Supply Chain/VP –Planning/Distribution/ Regional Manager/Customer Service LogisticsSupply Chain Practice Head/VP – SCMFunctional Consultant – Solutions Architect/Program Practice/VP – EnterpriseERP/Executive – ERP Support Manager/Delivery Manager SolutionsShipping Officer/Warehousing Manager – Transport GM/VP – LogisticsExecutiveExecutive – Plant operations Plant Manager Group Manager – Manufacturing Professor – SCM and OperationsLecturer in SCM Dean and Director Management 13 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  14. 14. A Typical SCM Professional Requirement (Warehouse) Designation Executive – Warehouse Experience 1 – 4 years Education Any graduate Industry type Telecom/ISP Functional area Purchase, Logistics, Supply Chain Job description The job responsibility includes: Strategic sourcing Material management Cost planning Warehouse management Procurement, sourcing Logistics Vendor management Desired candidate Graduate with good communication skills Company name Zeppelin Mobile Systems India Limited (leading telecom company) Source Naukri.com 14 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  15. 15. A Typical SCM Professional Requirement (Petro)Designation Supply Chain ExecutiveExperience 1 – 4 yearsEducation Any graduateIndustry type Petrochemicals, Petroleum/Oil and Gas/PowerFunctional area Materials/Logistics/Supply Chain Management/ProcurementJob description Interface with depots, dispatch schedulers, deployment planners and customers Responsible for running back order report and provide inputs to deployment planning team Handling delivery status enquiries on orders which are outside promised date.Key skills Depots, dispatch schedulers, deployment planners, back order reportCompany name ShellSource www.timesjobs.com 15 01/23/13 All rights reserved
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  18. 18. Certification - The IndiaSkills Way World Class Impeccable Best in Class QUALIFICATION DELIVERY ASSESSMENTS 1.8 phase process with 1.Industry experienced 1.Structured skill industry and academia trainers, certified through evaluation checklist inputs product-specific train-the- aligned to industry needs trainer programme. 2.Qualification built around 2.The knowledge and skill particular job positions 2.Teaching plan with outcomes are assessed at classroom and practical every milestone through 3.Defined and measurable sessions focused on formative assessment unit learning outcomes of skills knowledge and skill tests and underpinning outcomes knowledge 3.Final summative 3.Simulated work assessment to validate 4.Multiple levels of environment to enhance candidate achievement qualifications and multiple on-job skills qualification paths to fit 4.Consistent and industry career 4.Balanced visual, transparent assessment progression auditory and kinaesthetic process across centres learning process 18 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  19. 19. Developing the Right Qualification C&G Subject Matter Experts + IndustryExpertise Products Team Stakeholders Functional Industry Specific, Industry Specific, Skills Qualification Neutral Skills Qualification Specific Skills Core Course Content Theory | Knowledge Intensive Practical | Exposure Intensive Modules Modules 19 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  20. 20. Assessment MethodologyKey Components A clear statement of the standards of performance expected of successful candidates Assessment instruments gathering sufficient valid and reliable evidence of ability to perform to the identified standardsA quality control system ensuring consistent application of standards and assessmentsover time and, where appropriate, placeAn administrative system supporting smooth running of the programmeOur Eight Principles of Assessment Validity Authenticity Efficiency Feedback Reliability Accessibility Cost Effect Transparency 20 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  21. 21. Impactful Reach 435 Centres 395 Centres 275 Centres 125 Centres PAN INDIA40 Centres PRESENCEYEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 21 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  22. 22. Level 1 Certificate in Logistics and Warehousing Operations22 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  23. 23. Learner Entry Criteria Minimum Class XIIth Pass Age: Minimum 18 years at the time of completion Clear centre screening process Counseling/Interview: aptitude and interest in chosen vocation Basic English and Microsoft Office 23 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  24. 24. Name Level 1 Certificate in Logistics and Warehousing Operations GLH 120 hours Units 9 units Designed to develop effective Warehouse and Transport Executives/Assistants Modular short-term course – duration 120 hours Delivered through a combination of: Classroom lectures Practical sessions Role plays, discussions, activities Functional skills – Ms Excel, Ms Word, Workplace Skills24 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  25. 25. Learner Employer Employable25 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  26. 26. Unit No. Unit Name GLH 1. Introduction to logistics and supply chain 14 hours management 2. Warehousing receipt operations 20 hours 3. Warehousing dispatch operations 15 hours 4. Introduction to transportation 09 hours 5. Types and modes of transport 12 hours 6. Pick-up and delivery process 16 hours 7. Health and safety 14 hours 8. Regulatory framework 10 hours 9 Workplace skills 10 hours26 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  27. 27. Introduction to  Evolution of SCM and its benefits to stakeholderslogistics and supply  KRAs of warehouse assistant (WA)chain management  Working environment in the warehouse for a WA  Receiving and unloading operations at warehouseWarehousing receipt  Processes of inwarding, binning and storing materialsoperations  Processes in minimising quality and quantity losses  Picking and packing materials for dispatchWarehousing  Loading and dispatch processdispatch operations  Evolution of transportation and its benefits toIntroduction to stakeholderstransportation  KRAs of transport assistant  Working environment for a transport assistant27 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  28. 28. Types and modes of  Types and modes of transportation transport  Key elements of each type and mode of transportation  Process of consignment pick-upPick-up and delivery  Process of consignment delivery process  Importance and functions of HUB in transportation  Background and importance of health and safety in the SCM industry  Health and safety specific to warehousing and Health and safety transportation  Guidelines and standards governing health and safety in the SCM industry  Regulatory framework in India and its importance.  Statutory regulation required for warehousing and Workplace skills transportation  Regional Transport Officer (RTO) regulations in India28 01/23/13 All rights reserved . 28
  29. 29. Centre Requirements To deliver IndiaSkills Level 1 Certificate in Logistics and Warehousing Operations qualification, a centre requires Minimum 1500 sq ft carpet area Space to set up counselor rooms, staff rooms, classrooms and other requisite infrastructure to deliver the course Warehouse environment for practical assignments Manpower: Trainers (Min 2), Counselors (Min 1), Centre Head (1), Admin (Min 2) to deliver the qualification Note: Detailed requirements will be given as a part of the Centre Guidelines document and Qualification Handbook. 29 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  30. 30. Classroom Training Knowledge Activities Classroom 90 hours Group Discussions Role Plays30 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  31. 31. Practical Training Skills Activities Practical 30 hours Case Studies Role Plays31 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  32. 32. Assessment and Certification To achieve the Level 1 Certificate in Logistics and Warehousing Operations, candidates must 1.Pass the final synoptic multiple choice test 2.Attend and successfully complete the practical assignments.The certificate will reflect performance through A. Pass (50% to 60%) B. First (60% to 70%) C. Distinction (70% +) categorisation 32 01/23/13 All rights reserved
  33. 33. The Qualification Outcome! Course Module (GLH) Competency GainedIntroduction to logistics and supply chain State KRAs of warehousing assistantmanagement (14) Supervise and document warehousingWarehousing receipt operations (20) receipt operations Supervise and document warehousingWarehousing dispatch operations (15) dispatch operations State KRAs of transport assistantIntroduction to transportation (09) Identify and use the right mode and type ofTypes and modes of transport (12) transportation for any given situationPick-up and delivery process (16) Perform pick-up and delivery operations as per SLA Adapt and practice the best practicesHealth and safety (14) pertaining to health and safety in the supply chain environmentRegulatory framework (10) Adhere to the regulatory frameworks of the governmentWorkplace skills (10) Focus on customer retention with emphasis on customer delight 33 01/23/13 All rights reserved
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