Planning and management of logistics in light of global competition


Logistics management is forecasting process to the needs and desires of customers and the management of materials, manpower and technologies necessary to meet the demands and desires with the optimal investigation of network production of goods and services to meet the demands of customers and the use of this network and the information to be the achievement of applications at fixed hours and correct the right time, and logistics management are those control activities that result in a process ensuring He died in the seven things right and is the right product right situation right quantity in the right place and the right time for the right customer at cost, which is the continuing operations to meet customers' needs Through confirmation of the availability of appropriate benefits for the customer in terms of quantity and status of the desired client-side product at the right time and place to him, all at a price makes ready and able to repay the value of the customer.

Logistic Management plays a great role in the administrative concerns and became the most important characteristic of its logistics activities from other administrative service activities which were practiced in this field by several considerations. The logistics activities are carried out in an integrative manner, ie applying the concepts of integration in order to benefit from economies of scale, Logistics activities are carried out under the umbrella of information systems and are at the forefront of realizing the basic benefits of multinational enterprises. They are using the latest advances in the technological revolution and have created a new system of international division of labor and globalization of production and trade. Li production process based segmentation of the commodity between several countries in the vertical integration of the manufacturing level, then horizontal integration on the marketing and distribution level.

Objectives and target group

This Course is provided for the following Target Audience:

  • Logistics Managers.
  • Executive Coordinators and Material Managers.
  • Warehouse Managers.
  • Supervisors and Distribution Managers.
  • Warehouse and warehouse staff supervisors.
  • Directors and owners of large commercial and industrial companies.
  • General Managers in public and private companies.
  • Directors of internal audit offices in companies.
  • Managers of the audit and audit department in companies.
  • All employees in the field of financial control in companies.
  • All students seeking contemporary approaches in financial auditing and how to detect risks.

How participants will benefit from attending a riskـbased audit course:

At the end of the course, the participants will know:

  • Methods of modern and contemporary financial auditing and its role in building the mechanism of work and directing management.
  • Risks and problems that may be discovered by company managers through the company’s auditors and financial auditors.
  • The great role of financial auditing and the role of internal audit offices in avoiding the company’s financial problems.
  • Disclosing the problems and mistakes of the company’s financial accountants and reviewing the financial reports.

Course Content

  • The concept of logistics.
  • Definition of logistics.
  • Basics of logistics.
  • Types of logistics.
  • Regulatory procedures for inventory.
  • Inventory inventory reports.
  • Overview of materials and inventory management.
  • Importance of Materials Management.
  • Material planning and control.
  • Effective control of materials.
  • Supply Chain Management.
  • Risk and its importance in the business system of companies.
  • The importance of the logistics function in enterprises and institutions.
  • The reasons for the emergence of logistics function in enterprises.
  • The importance and objectives of the logistics.
  • The definition of desktop logistics.
  • Management of logistics services and their relation to the development of the work of companies.
  • Methods of risk assessment.
  • Precautions to be taken for avoiding risks.
  • Relationship between risks and the institution policies and procedures.
  • Reasons for assessing risks and taking the necessary precautions.
  • Methods of certification of risk assessment and necessary precautions.
  • Methods of dealing with some risks resulting from corruption.
  • The proper time to take the necessary precautions.

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£2900 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2320 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£1885 / Member

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