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Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)                  



Validate your ability to lead

Supply chains drive growth and are proving to be the central nervous system of a business. Good leaders are key to ensuring the supply chain organization is performing at its peak and contributing to the health of the business. The Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certification program helps professionals demonstrate essential knowledge and organizational skills for developing more streamlined operations. Designees demonstrate mastery of supply chain management best practices and are distinguished as industry experts with specialized, high-level knowledge and skills.

Since its launch in 2006, more than 17,000 professionals in 82 countries have earned the APICS CSCP designation. The CSCP designation is the most widely recognized educational program for supply chain management professionals around the globe and is a credential valued by employers and recruiters.

How to get there

The new APICS CSCP exam consists of three important modules and one comprehensive exam. The exam reflects critical changes in the marketplace and in the evolving roles and responsibilities of operations and supply chain managers. For accreditation, you must master each of the following:

This certification program is organized into three modules or courses.  Listed in the recommended sequence they include:

Module 1: Supply Chain Design 
• Developing the Supply Chain Strategy. 
• Design the Supply Chain.

Module 2: Supply Chain Planning and Execution 
• Procure and deliver goods and services. 
• Manage the relationship with Supply Chain partners.
• Manage reverse logistics.

Module 3: Supply Chain Improvements and Best Practices
• Comply with standards, regulations and sustainable best practices.
• Manage risk in the supply chain
• Measure, analyze and improve the Supply Chain.

One certification exam will cover all three of these modules.

CSCP is the leading certification for positioning your organization in the supply chain.