Public training : CHF 400.- excluding VAT / participant.
Corporate training : CHF 3’200.- excluding VAT (basis: 8 participants)
This course provides all segments of the visibility in the supply chain and opportunity to discuss new implementation strategies and learn about the latest industry-wide efforts to advance these technologies. Fundamentally, traceability is about collecting and understanding data to make informed and critical decisions and maximise environmental performance.
This course is a must-attend for intermediate or senior managers seeking to explore and discuss implementation strategies and the latest industry developments surrounding the use of track-and-trace
technologies in the supply chain.
This program focuses on efficient design, management and optimization of complex supply chains within a global context and the analysis of gains derived from visibility in real time. It is aimed to students with a concrete working experience and good background of supply chain principle and associated IT technology.
International traceability regulations and voluntary standards
- Explore the impact of the latest regulations. Analysis and operational interpretation of global regulation and policy. (Pharmaceutical, food, cosmetic…).
- Explore the impact of the standards (GS1 identification), business processes and technologies (EDI, GSDN…).
Case-study / exercise from the textbook
- Establish matrix of worldwide regulations for a specific industry.
- Find out the practical collaborative actions the industry is taking to make the most of this rapidly-changing environment.
Each plenary session is taught with help of PowerPoint material. Learning manual and PowerPoint slides are electronically available to the student. The student teams up with a group for living case and other group exercises.
The complete documentation, corresponding to the visual presentation is given.
Individual marking is done through Questions with Multiple Choices. The student is also encouraged to formulate and propose QMC questions which are assessed. Relevant questions sent to the lecturer, apart from plenary session are also gauged. Groups are awarded a note for group sessions (i.e.: living cases).