Fort Atkinson, WI—Jan. 13, 2016—Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazines announced the launch of the Supply Chain Learning Center, an education and training center offering on-site, customizable training to supply chain professionals in every vertical market. The Supply Chain Learning Center offers over 70 courses covering diverse supply chain disciplines, each course customizable to meet specific company needs.
Supply Chain Learning Center instructors are leading experts in their respective fields, offering the best education and training in the latest strategies available to streamline processes and costs, and increase profitability.
“Companies today understand the impact training can have on their bottom line, but it’s expensive to send employees to outside training programs, and those programs are general in content and don’t always cover all the issues a company may be facing,” explained Jolene Gulley, group publisher of both Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics magazines. “Our training programs are on site and customizable, offering employees thorough insights into process improvement, strategies and skills they can immediately implement on the job, resulting in an increased bottom line.”
There has never been a better time for an education resource for supply chain companies. The supply chain has become increasingly global and companies that want to succeed in an expanding marketplace need cutting-edge skills.
As management tools have improved thanks to new technology, supply chain service providers need to do two things: expand their own skill sets and specialize in certain areas, such as freight management, warehouse management, supply chain integration and much more. The Supply Chain Learning Center has 15 modules that cover all of these critical areas.
One of the most critical advantages of this new resource is that it allows companies to tailor the training to their individual needs. Another key advantage is that the training can be provided on site.
Investing in continuing education cannot be overstated for today’s supply chain professionals.