Supply Chain Management Principles
What is a supply chain and its different functions? How does a supply chain work and what kind of careers are associated with supply chain management? This course will define the concept of the supply chain and all of its components from raw materials extracted from the earth to retail products ready for purchase by consumers. Upon successful completion of the course and certifying exam, students will receive the Supply Chain Management Principles Certification from the Center for Supply Chain Education (CSCE). The principles learned in this track provide the necessary foundation for fully comprehending the following certification tracks. Supply Chain Principles is a launch pad from which to rocket your learning experience into assured success in the remaining certification tracks and is recommended as a prerequisite to the other certification tracks. The Supply Chain Principles Certification also stands alone as a high-level overview of supply chain management.
Tue & Thurs, Oct 15 – Dec 10, 6:45 pm – 9:15 pm, Lincroft Campus
Fee and Code: $859 XBUSM-238-OCP01
Project Management Certificate
Anthony J. Haddad, MBA, PMP, president of Microdata Systems Inc.,
a registered education provider of The Project Management Institute
The 36-hour Project Management Certificate offers a comprehensive program for entry into the field of project management and is based on the widely accepted principles of the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge, the required text (available for purchase in College Bookstore). This course satisfies one of the prerequisites for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. The PMP certification is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers and allows you to work in any industry or location. The PMP certification can also provide a significant advantage when it comes to salary and earning potential. According to PMI, those with a PMP certification earn a higher salary (20% higher on average) than those without a PMP certification. The PMP signifies that you speak and understand the global language of project management and connects you to a community of professionals, organizations, and experts worldwide. 12 SESSIONS
Thurs, Sep 5-Dec 5, 6-9 pm (no class Nov 28 and one other day TBD), Lincroft
Fee and Code: $1424 (plus required text and optional software), XBUSM 214
Facility Management Professional®-FMP
Kevin Phoenix, CFM, FMP, IFMA Qualified Instructor
The Facility Management Professional (“FMP”) credential of the International Facility Management Association™ (IFMA) is a must-have for current and future facility managers, commercial real estate management professionals as well as suppliers whom support facility and real estate management customers. The course is recommended to individuals of all knowledge levels desiring to master the core competencies of modern Facility Management (“FM”). The four (4) FM competencies covered are Leadership & Strategy, Operations & Maintenance, Project Management, and Finance & Business. Completion of this course will enhance your FM skills and provide immediate, globally-recognized credibility with employers, clients, and peers. This 60-hour program gives you everything you need to earn the FMP credential. 15 SESSIONS
Note: Please register at least one week before start date so that materials are received in time for first class.
Tues, Sep 10-Dec 17, 5:30-9:30 pm, Lincroft
Fee and Code: $2395 (including materials and testing), XBUSM 234
Sustainability Facility Professional® – SFP
Dennis James Kowal, AIA, LEED AP, FMP®, SFP
The SFP credential is recognized internationally and aligns the facility professional with the new emphasis on corporate social responsibility (CSR). SFP helps facility professionals play a key leadership role in creating, managing, and operating sustainable facilities by giving them the skills to continually improve their facility’s impact on the environment and the community. In this 45-hour program, enhance your knowledge and professional standing with this credential of the International Facility Management Assn. (IFMA) in three areas:
- strategy and alignment,
Who Should Attend: FM practitioners with a baseline of industry knowledge and those transitioning to sustainability positions, building owners, architects, designers, safety engineers, Certified Facility Managers®, Facility Management Professionals®, LEED professionals, US federal employees and contractors looking to comply with Federal Buildings Personnel Training Act.
RETURNS FALL 2019
Fee and Code: $2020 (including materials and testing), XBUSM 237