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COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of this short course, one would be able to:
1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business.
2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business.
3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use.
4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations.
5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team.
COURSE OVERVIEW

A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back?

In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital.

COURSE OUTLINE

I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you.
Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss.
II. Listening to what the market wants and need.
It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors?
III. Services you offer and products you use.
Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else?
IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel.
The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources.
V. Where are you?
Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual?
VI. How will they know?
Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market?
VII. Franchisee or Franchisor?
When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply
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Supply Chain Management

July 28, 2017, 9:00am - July 28, 2017, 3:00am

COURSE OBJECTIVE At the end of this short course, one would be able to: 1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business. 2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business. 3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use. 4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations. 5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team. COURSE OVERVIEW A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back? In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital. COURSE OUTLINE I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you. Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss. II. Listening to what the market wants and need. It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors? III. Services you offer and products you use. Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else? IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel. The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources. V. Where are you? Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual? VI. How will they know? Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market? VII. Franchisee or Franchisor? When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply

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COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of this short course, one would be able to:
1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business.
2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business.
3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use.
4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations.
5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team.
COURSE OVERVIEW

A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back?

In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital.

COURSE OUTLINE

I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you.
Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss.
II. Listening to what the market wants and need.
It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors?
III. Services you offer and products you use.
Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else?
IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel.
The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources.
V. Where are you?
Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual?
VI. How will they know?
Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market?
VII. Franchisee or Franchisor?
When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply
COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of this short course, one would be able to:
1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business.
2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business.
3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use.
4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations.
5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team.
COURSE OVERVIEW

A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back?

In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital.

COURSE OUTLINE

I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you.
Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss.
II. Listening to what the market wants and need.
It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors?
III. Services you offer and products you use.
Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else?
IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel.
The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources.
V. Where are you?
Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual?
VI. How will they know?
Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market?
VII. Franchisee or Franchisor?
When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply
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How to Start a Spa Business

July 27, 2017, 9:00am - July 27, 2017, 3:00am

COURSE OBJECTIVE At the end of this short course, one would be able to: 1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business. 2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business. 3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use. 4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations. 5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team. COURSE OVERVIEW A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back? In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital. COURSE OUTLINE I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you. Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss. II. Listening to what the market wants and need. It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors? III. Services you offer and products you use. Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else? IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel. The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources. V. Where are you? Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual? VI. How will they know? Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market? VII. Franchisee or Franchisor? When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply COURSE OBJECTIVE At the end of this short course, one would be able to: 1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business. 2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business. 3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use. 4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations. 5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team. COURSE OVERVIEW A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back? In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital. COURSE OUTLINE I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you. Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss. II. Listening to what the market wants and need. It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors? III. Services you offer and products you use. Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else? IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel. The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources. V. Where are you? Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual? VI. How will they know? Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market? VII. Franchisee or Franchisor? When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply

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Course Overview:

"Most people would prefer to be lying in the casket rather than giving the eulogy."
Public speaking and presenting can be a daunting task for a lot of people, but success in anything requires one to learn how to effectively do such skill. Whether you are giving a toast to a company event, giving the final report for your annual sales or motivating your small team for a project, knowing how to effectively present your ideas can make a lot of difference.

In this course, one can learn how to incorporate the necessary points needed in an effective presentation. One will also learn tips and techniques on how they can connect to their audience and keep their attention until the end. Participants will have the chance to practice, implement and develop their own style thru workshop style learning and practice.

Course Objective:

At the end of this short course, one would be able to:
I. Learn how to present and deliver their ideas, report or sales pitch effectively and with ease.
II. Know the basic tips and techniques on how to connect to your audience, create first impressions and keep them asking for more.
III. Find their own personal presentation style and enhance the basic skills that they already have.
IV. Apply what they have learned in preparing engaging visuals and presentation aides.
V. Develop the necessary confidence and stage presence to successfully get their point across.

Course Outline:

I. What’s in a presentation?
• First impressions, powerful introductions, smooth transitions, and effective conclusions
II. Who is listening?
• Understanding your audience, increasing credibility, managing expectations and hecklers, invitations to participate
III. Are you being heard?
• Being a dynamic speaker, when to use humor, creating rapport, vocal variety and boring versus engaging
IV. What can you see?
• Effective visuals, tips and techniques on maximizing your resources, using the art of stories and keeping their attention
V. What fear?
• Confidence, presence, poise and power, presentation goals and handling the fear
VI. Who are you?
• Finding your own personal style, being comfortable in front and preparation strategies
VII. Just do it!
• Practice makes permanent, conscious incompetence to unconscious competence, managing your time
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Presentation Skills

July 24, 2017, 9:00am - July 24, 2017, 3:00am

Course Overview: "Most people would prefer to be lying in the casket rather than giving the eulogy." Public speaking and presenting can be a daunting task for a lot of people, but success in anything requires one to learn how to effectively do such skill. Whether you are giving a toast to a company event, giving the final report for your annual sales or motivating your small team for a project, knowing how to effectively present your ideas can make a lot of difference. In this course, one can learn how to incorporate the necessary points needed in an effective presentation. One will also learn tips and techniques on how they can connect to their audience and keep their attention until the end. Participants will have the chance to practice, implement and develop their own style thru workshop style learning and practice. Course Objective: At the end of this short course, one would be able to: I. Learn how to present and deliver their ideas, report or sales pitch effectively and with ease. II. Know the basic tips and techniques on how to connect to your audience, create first impressions and keep them asking for more. III. Find their own personal presentation style and enhance the basic skills that they already have. IV. Apply what they have learned in preparing engaging visuals and presentation aides. V. Develop the necessary confidence and stage presence to successfully get their point across. Course Outline: I. What’s in a presentation? • First impressions, powerful introductions, smooth transitions, and effective conclusions II. Who is listening? • Understanding your audience, increasing credibility, managing expectations and hecklers, invitations to participate III. Are you being heard? • Being a dynamic speaker, when to use humor, creating rapport, vocal variety and boring versus engaging IV. What can you see? • Effective visuals, tips and techniques on maximizing your resources, using the art of stories and keeping their attention V. What fear? • Confidence, presence, poise and power, presentation goals and handling the fear VI. Who are you? • Finding your own personal style, being comfortable in front and preparation strategies VII. Just do it! • Practice makes permanent, conscious incompetence to unconscious competence, managing your time

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Newsletter Writing Training

September 18, 2017, 9:00am - September 18, 2017, 3:00am

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INTRODUCTION
This module offers a comprehensive overview of Purchasing Management as a
business philosophy and a corporate strategy to Drive or turn-around the business. It
includes a study of Purchasing and Procurement Management, a thorough discussion
of its scope, and its strategic role in business and economy today. It aims to aid the
participant to understand some issues involved when applying strategies concerning
supplies and other activities that correlates with it such as with logistics,
manufacturing, physical distribution and marketing management.
OBJECTIVES UPON COMPLETION
• Describe Important Elements & Nature of Purchasing
• Adopt an efficient way to negotiate on prices
• Understand and Maximize Efficiency of Procurement Process
• Learn the doctrine of competitiveness;
• Minimize Inventory Investment
• Maximize Profit
COURSE OUTLINE
Module 1 – Purchasing Management
• Nature of Purchasing Management
• Objectives of Purchasing Management
• Purchasing responsibilities
• Purchasing Policies
• Buying Scenarios
• Ordering System
• Guidelines in Selecting Suppliers
• Bid Preparation and Evaluation
• Supplier Evaluation Process
• Negotiation Strategies to Avoid
• Legal and regulatory implications
Module 2 – Purchasing Strategies and Techniques
• Common Purchasing Strategies
• Global Sourcing & Vendor Development
• Risk Management
• Purchasing Models
• Green Purchasing
• Efficient Purchasing Strategies
• Vertical, Backward & Forward Integration
• Receiving Purchases Guidelines
• Returning of Goods to supplier
• Purchase Order (PO)
Module 3– Demand Forecasting & Re-order Point
• Demand Forecast
• Lead-time
• Reorder Point Calculations
• Safety Stock Calculations
• Re-Order with EOQ Calculations
• Managing Inventory with Dependent Demand
• Inventory Managing
• How much to Order?
• When to Re-order?
• Constant and Variable Demand
• Constant and Variable Lead time
Module 4 – How to be a good Buyer
• Procurement Ethics
• Ways to succeed as a Buyer
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Purchasing and Procurement Management

August 26, 2017, 9:00am - August 26, 2017, 3:00am

INTRODUCTION This module offers a comprehensive overview of Purchasing Management as a business philosophy and a corporate strategy to Drive or turn-around the business. It includes a study of Purchasing and Procurement Management, a thorough discussion of its scope, and its strategic role in business and economy today. It aims to aid the participant to understand some issues involved when applying strategies concerning supplies and other activities that correlates with it such as with logistics, manufacturing, physical distribution and marketing management. OBJECTIVES UPON COMPLETION • Describe Important Elements & Nature of Purchasing • Adopt an efficient way to negotiate on prices • Understand and Maximize Efficiency of Procurement Process • Learn the doctrine of competitiveness; • Minimize Inventory Investment • Maximize Profit COURSE OUTLINE Module 1 – Purchasing Management • Nature of Purchasing Management • Objectives of Purchasing Management • Purchasing responsibilities • Purchasing Policies • Buying Scenarios • Ordering System • Guidelines in Selecting Suppliers • Bid Preparation and Evaluation • Supplier Evaluation Process • Negotiation Strategies to Avoid • Legal and regulatory implications Module 2 – Purchasing Strategies and Techniques • Common Purchasing Strategies • Global Sourcing & Vendor Development • Risk Management • Purchasing Models • Green Purchasing • Efficient Purchasing Strategies • Vertical, Backward & Forward Integration • Receiving Purchases Guidelines • Returning of Goods to supplier • Purchase Order (PO) Module 3– Demand Forecasting & Re-order Point • Demand Forecast • Lead-time • Reorder Point Calculations • Safety Stock Calculations • Re-Order with EOQ Calculations • Managing Inventory with Dependent Demand • Inventory Managing • How much to Order? • When to Re-order? • Constant and Variable Demand • Constant and Variable Lead time Module 4 – How to be a good Buyer • Procurement Ethics • Ways to succeed as a Buyer

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COURSE OUTLINE:

I. CREDIT MANAGEMENT
a. Nature of Credit
b. Importance of Credit and Collection
c. Six Cs of Credit / Basis of Granting Credit
d. KYC (Know Your Customers)
e. Importance of Credit Evaluation
f. How to Evaluate Credit Worthiness
g. Establishing Credit Line
h. Credit term – Reckoning point
i. Factors in Increasing Credit Line
j. Handling Transactions Exceeding Credit Line

II. COLLECTION MANAGEMENT
a. Concept of Collection Management
b. Basis of Collection
c. Bucketing your receivables
d. Pre Delinquency Activities
e. Collection Activities
f. Tele Collection Techniques
g. Letters
h. Legal Remedies
i. Remedial Management / Restructuring
j. Legal VS. Remedial
k. How to Minimize If Not Eliminate Defalcation
l. Unfair Collection Practices Act (BSP Circular 454-2004)
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Credit and Collection Management

August 26, 2017, 9:00am - August 25, 2017, 11:00pm

COURSE OUTLINE: I. CREDIT MANAGEMENT a. Nature of Credit b. Importance of Credit and Collection c. Six Cs of Credit / Basis of Granting Credit d. KYC (Know Your Customers) e. Importance of Credit Evaluation f. How to Evaluate Credit Worthiness g. Establishing Credit Line h. Credit term – Reckoning point i. Factors in Increasing Credit Line j. Handling Transactions Exceeding Credit Line II. COLLECTION MANAGEMENT a. Concept of Collection Management b. Basis of Collection c. Bucketing your receivables d. Pre Delinquency Activities e. Collection Activities f. Tele Collection Techniques g. Letters h. Legal Remedies i. Remedial Management / Restructuring j. Legal VS. Remedial k. How to Minimize If Not Eliminate Defalcation l. Unfair Collection Practices Act (BSP Circular 454-2004)

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OVERVIEW
Service Excellence is becoming the new area of focus for many institutions. More and more
industries are investing more on enhancing customer service processes and systems with
the objective of delivering the best customer service experience. In addition to this, equal
attention is now being given to improving internal customer service by way of interpersonal
relationship- building among employees. Excellent Service must start from within – within
the individual and within the organization. All employees should understand that working
together is critical to the continuous and sustainable growth and success of the company. If
the employees’ ways of serving and relating to each other are weak or deficient, sooner or
later the ripple effect reaches the external customers and oftentimes with devastating
effects. To make good on Service Excellence promise, the commitment must be made by
each employee to serve both internal and external customers well. All employees must
develop a deeper appreciation of working together as reliable “brand champions” and
deviate from being unintentional “brand assassins.” This will not only benefit them, but also
the company and the industry in general.
OBJECTIVES
This seminar intends to:
• Provide a deeper understanding on the value of positive internal relationships and
communication to delivering excellent service
• Promote a shared sense of ownership among all employees on the importance of
serving both internal and external customers to the best of their ability
• Challenge the participants’ current thinking and behavior by analyzing the effects of
weak internal relationships and develop ways on how to improve on them
• Inspire the participants to serve with a deeper commitment to their team, their
company and the industry as a whole
COURSE OUTLINE
Module 1: The Need for Excellent Customer Service
Module 2: External and Internal Brand Equity Explored
Module 3: The Eight types of Team Culture
Module 4: Viewing your Company as a System
Module 5: The Problem: Poor Employee Relations = Poor Customer Service
Module 6: How to Control Damaging Service Attitudes
Module 7: Managing Internal Service Relationships
Module 8: The Nature of Conflicts
Module 9: Types of Workplace Conflicts
Module 10: Conflict Triggers
Module 11: Conflict Resolution Strategies
Module 12: Enhancing the Commitment to Internal Service Excellence
Recap and Synthesis
CLOSING REMARKS
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Customer Service Training

September 25, 2017, 9:00am - September 25, 2017, 3:00am

OVERVIEW Service Excellence is becoming the new area of focus for many institutions. More and more industries are investing more on enhancing customer service processes and systems with the objective of delivering the best customer service experience. In addition to this, equal attention is now being given to improving internal customer service by way of interpersonal relationship- building among employees. Excellent Service must start from within – within the individual and within the organization. All employees should understand that working together is critical to the continuous and sustainable growth and success of the company. If the employees’ ways of serving and relating to each other are weak or deficient, sooner or later the ripple effect reaches the external customers and oftentimes with devastating effects. To make good on Service Excellence promise, the commitment must be made by each employee to serve both internal and external customers well. All employees must develop a deeper appreciation of working together as reliable “brand champions” and deviate from being unintentional “brand assassins.” This will not only benefit them, but also the company and the industry in general. OBJECTIVES This seminar intends to: • Provide a deeper understanding on the value of positive internal relationships and communication to delivering excellent service • Promote a shared sense of ownership among all employees on the importance of serving both internal and external customers to the best of their ability • Challenge the participants’ current thinking and behavior by analyzing the effects of weak internal relationships and develop ways on how to improve on them • Inspire the participants to serve with a deeper commitment to their team, their company and the industry as a whole COURSE OUTLINE Module 1: The Need for Excellent Customer Service Module 2: External and Internal Brand Equity Explored Module 3: The Eight types of Team Culture Module 4: Viewing your Company as a System Module 5: The Problem: Poor Employee Relations = Poor Customer Service Module 6: How to Control Damaging Service Attitudes Module 7: Managing Internal Service Relationships Module 8: The Nature of Conflicts Module 9: Types of Workplace Conflicts Module 10: Conflict Triggers Module 11: Conflict Resolution Strategies Module 12: Enhancing the Commitment to Internal Service Excellence Recap and Synthesis CLOSING REMARKS

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INTRODUCTION:
This module offers a comprehensive overview of Warehouse Management as a business philosophy and a corporate strategy to Drive or turn-around the business. The inventory a business owns represents tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profits of a business. It includes a study of Warehouse and Inventory Management, a thorough discussion of its scope, and its strategic role in business and economy today. It aims to aid the participant to understand some issues involved when applying strategies concerning supplies and other activities that correlates with it such as with purchasing, manufacturing, physical distribution and marketing management.

OBJECTIVES UPON COMPLETION:
• Describe Important Elements of Logistics and Warehouse Planning
• Adopt an efficient way to reduce inventories
• Improve Management of Warehouses
• Understand and Maximize Efficiency of Procurement Process
• Learn the doctrine of competitiveness;
• Minimize Inventory Investment
• Maximize Profit
TOPICS
Module 1 – Warehouse Management
• Warehousing Definition
• Warehouse Functions
• Storage Functions
• Good Storage Practices
• Relation to Logistics
• Elements of Warehouse Management
Module 2 – Stock Management & Inventory Control
• Receiving & Inspection of Items
• Receiving Process
• Inventory Validation: What does the Inventory Says
• Storage and Stock Control
• Types of Inventory System: Forecasting, Control & Design Systems
• Inventory Formulas
• Maintaining Inventory Accuracy

Module 3– Warehouse Documentations
• Types of Documents
• Control of Documents
• Efficient Records Keeping
Module 4 – Costs of Warehousing
• Holding and Carrying Costs
• Inventory Costs
• Warehouse Management Principles
• Warehouse Accounting & Systems
Module 5: Setting up The Warehouse
• Locations
• Setting up the warehouse
• Warehouse system set up
• Warehouse Design and Layout
• Warehouse Personnel
• Warehouse Best Practice
Module 6: Types of Warehouse and Uses
• Stock Clerk
• Checkers and Shipping Receivers
• Record Clerks
• Warehouse Supervisor
• Warehouse Manager
Module 7: 5s Application
• Importance
• 5S Guidelines
• 5S Checklist
• General principles
* Please bring a calculator & possibly prepare a list of Inventory available at your warehouses.
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Effective Warehouse and Inventory Management

August 25, 2017, 9:00am - August 25, 2017, 3:00am

INTRODUCTION: This module offers a comprehensive overview of Warehouse Management as a business philosophy and a corporate strategy to Drive or turn-around the business. The inventory a business owns represents tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profits of a business. It includes a study of Warehouse and Inventory Management, a thorough discussion of its scope, and its strategic role in business and economy today. It aims to aid the participant to understand some issues involved when applying strategies concerning supplies and other activities that correlates with it such as with purchasing, manufacturing, physical distribution and marketing management. OBJECTIVES UPON COMPLETION: • Describe Important Elements of Logistics and Warehouse Planning • Adopt an efficient way to reduce inventories • Improve Management of Warehouses • Understand and Maximize Efficiency of Procurement Process • Learn the doctrine of competitiveness; • Minimize Inventory Investment • Maximize Profit TOPICS Module 1 – Warehouse Management • Warehousing Definition • Warehouse Functions • Storage Functions • Good Storage Practices • Relation to Logistics • Elements of Warehouse Management Module 2 – Stock Management & Inventory Control • Receiving & Inspection of Items • Receiving Process • Inventory Validation: What does the Inventory Says • Storage and Stock Control • Types of Inventory System: Forecasting, Control & Design Systems • Inventory Formulas • Maintaining Inventory Accuracy Module 3– Warehouse Documentations • Types of Documents • Control of Documents • Efficient Records Keeping Module 4 – Costs of Warehousing • Holding and Carrying Costs • Inventory Costs • Warehouse Management Principles • Warehouse Accounting & Systems Module 5: Setting up The Warehouse • Locations • Setting up the warehouse • Warehouse system set up • Warehouse Design and Layout • Warehouse Personnel • Warehouse Best Practice Module 6: Types of Warehouse and Uses • Stock Clerk • Checkers and Shipping Receivers • Record Clerks • Warehouse Supervisor • Warehouse Manager Module 7: 5s Application • Importance • 5S Guidelines • 5S Checklist • General principles * Please bring a calculator & possibly prepare a list of Inventory available at your warehouses.

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