Supply Chain Council is pleased to offer the SCOR Framework and SCOR Project trainings for supply chain professionals. These courses provide an in-depth understanding of the latest version of the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model, widely recognized as the global model for supply chain efficiency. Participants learn the SCOR model’s structure and interpretation and how to organize a typical SCOR Project.
|SCOR Training||(in USD)|
|SCOR Framework||$ 2850|
|SCOR Project||$ 2850|
|Member & affiliate discounts may apply*|
SCOR Framework training introduces attendees to the full scope and contents of SCC’s SCOR framework. Attendees will learn the major process components of the framework (Plan, Make, Source, Deliver, Return, Enable) from a supply chain perspective and how to use them to model supply chains, understand the key supply chain performance indicators of the framework and how to choose the right indicators to characterize supply chain performance, and understand the key best practices for use in benchmarking and performance improvement.
Pre-requisite: Supply chain experience
SCOR Project training provides a hands-on walk-through of a typical SCOR project. Participants will learn the phases (Organize, Discover, Analyze, Material, Work, and Implement) and deliverables, and get hands-on experience collecting data and analyzing the information on a SCOR project. One or more supply chains of the training participants’ organizations will be used to simulate a real SCOR project. Upon completion of the SCOR Project training, participants will have an in-depth understanding of how to organize a SCOR project and how to develop and interpret project deliverables. This training is based on the Supply Chain Excellence text by Peter Bolstorff.
Pre-requisite: SCOR Framework
Attendees completing both SCOR Framework and SCOR project trainings are eligible to register for the SCOR Professional certification exam.
Accommodations: Attendees are responsible for arranging their own accommodations. Please see venue information and book your accommodation accordingly. Should you require assistance for recommended facilities and/or proximity to training facility, please contact us and we will try to assist you.
Attire: The attire for Supply Chain Council trainings is business casual. We suggest you wear layers as the temperature in training rooms may vary.
Cancellations/Substitutions: Cancellations must be sent via email to email@example.com two weeks before the scheduled date. There is a 15% processing fee applied to all cancellations. Substitutions are permitted; please notify Supply Chain Council of the change. No refunds can be made after two weeks prior to the event.
» Contact: Jacqueline Keus
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Supply Chain Council reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any training or event at its discretion. Registrants will be notified personally and given the opportunity to reschedule or have their full registration fees reimbursed.
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