This training course has been specially designed to develop the competency of personnel in the store warehouse operations, inventory and logistics functions of an organization by improving their skills, knowledge, and understanding.
Productive operations in warehouse and inventory control function are essential to the dynamic support of an organization’s activities; they are vital to providing excellent customer service.
Inventory/Warehouse Management is significant for the efficient operations of warehouses. In the last few years, computerization had improved the overall productivity of operations of stores. Likewise, the process of automation had not replaced the conceptual framework of inventory control and warehouse. The professional approach in the area of inventory control and storage has been realized just by operations that are carried out in the industrial units having large units throughout the world.
The most comprehensive and practical course for the operational level.
This is a general qualification for the Warehousing and Storage Industry.
In this course, we will discuss the best and the latest methods to store and protect high-value inventories. We will also examine the best characteristics of a modern warehouse. Knowing what you have and how much you have are the keys to proper warehousing operations. We will explore the various methods to achieve record accuracy and successful cycle counting. A scientific approach to auditing the warehouse will be applied.
Store and Warehouse Personnel will find this program highly beneficial to advance their knowledge and abilities further to manage Store and Warehouse Operations more effectively.
Participants who fully attend this course and complete the test on the last day will receive a Strategic Axis Professional Certificate (SAPC). SAPC certificates are regionally recognized and can be quite valuable when applying for more senior roles within the organization or outside.
Along with SAPC certificates, participants could receive WERC – The Warehousing Education and Research Council – USA, certificates based on additional conditions.
WERC endorsement is the industry recognized benchmark for high-quality warehouse and store operations training programmes.
WERC is the only professional organization focused on warehouse and logistics management.
Supported by their quality assurance system, endorsement confirms that our training programme is professionally designed and delivered to exacting standards.
Objectives of warehousing
The modern warehouse
The warehousing cycle
Problems and challenges in warehousing
Warehousing and inventory costs
Customer service in storage
Role & Responsibilities Of Warehouse Personals
Warehouse Personals Qualities
Types of inventory
Overview Of Inventory Type
Classification Of Inventory ABC, XYZ, HML, VED, SDE, FSN
ROP (Reorder Point)
EOQ, JIT, MOQ
Inventory record accuracy
Reasons for poor accuracy
Periodic and cycle counting
Systems and methodology of counting
Knowing what is inside the warehouse
Knowing how much is inside the warehouse
Choosing The Right Layout Method
Storage Capacity Planning And Space Utilization
5s Implementation For Housekeeping
Location Control And System
Location Coding Method/Storage Method
Types of storage systems
Fixed versus random location
The Main Functions (Receiving, Storage, Picking, Issuing, ETC)
Storage utilization and organization
Type Of Material Handling System In Market
Material handling equipment
Material handling equipment checklist
Improving the receiving/issuing material operations
Packaging And Method Of Handling
The Automated MHE
Inspection of materials
Techniques adopted during the emergency issues
Procedure used for materials that are issued on loan basis
Handling of materials used under discrepancy
Storing the motors
Storing the industrial gases
Common Causes Of Inaccurate Records
Stock Level Setting
Stock Record Mechanism RFID, VOP, And Stock Discrepancies
Stock Take & Cycle Counting
Shelf Life Control
Reason for the balance in inventory
Rectification of shortage
Replacement of items in stock
Creating the database for the transactional tasks
Leading the store-keeping and packages of inventory control
Distribution of MRP
Good housekeeping inside the warehouse
Identifying safety hazards
Unsafe acts and conditions
Causes of damage
Planning for safety
The Important Of Security
Security Policies, Custody Of Key And Entry Control
Understanding Marking & Labelling Of Stock
Warning Sign & Notice
Personal Protective Gear/Equipment
Common Causes Of Accidents In Warehouse/Store
Selecting Fork Lift Trucks
Implications for Warehouse Layouts
Operational Timings and Planning