Globalization, even without the threats of piracy and terrorism, requires the use of process-based risk management systems to make and keep supply chains reliable and secure.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TRAINING THAT MAKES AUDITING A VALUE-ADDING PROCESS

Current ISO 28000 Courses

A real-world training package with a unique set of benefits including:

  • Certified  by Exemplar Global
  • Small class sizes resulting in high levels of student-to-instructor, and student-to-student interaction and post class-interaction
  • An effective training structure, that balances information volume, detail and comprehension
  • Varied content delivery approaches and examples to accommodate different learning styles
  • Tests after each lecture to gauge to the level of understanding of the course materials. (Being competency based, the course does not have a final exam, but rather modular tests combined with workshops to assess competency.)
  • A volume of course locations (for in person training), times and dates from which to choose
  • Field experienced instructors, who themselves have participated in many ISO 28000 audits and consulting assignments before entering the classroom
  • Constantly updated material, to reflect ISO 28000 standard revisions, and also its changing uses, methods of application and best practices
  • Competitive course pricing and a range of potential discounts for more flexible pricing (if/when students can vary their schedules to take advantage of early, late and volume-based registrations)
  • QMII offers a variety of training courses to help ensure your organization is profiting the most from meeting the requirements of ISO 28000.

Successful Supply Chain Management program & Audits

Secure supply chain management involves many sovereign security regulators that may delay delivery. Separation of information from action can cause over-supply (WIP). Supply chain managers continue to develop their management systems to integrate reliable processes, controls and information flows with regulators to avoid delay and over-supply while securing their global supply chains.

The ISO 28000 series of globally recognized management systems standards provide requirements and recommendations for supply chain security. Committed supply chain partners develop, use, evaluate, improve and audit their management systems. They audit these systems to verify ISO 28000 conformity and the effectiveness of their security controls.

We train our students to develop the essential competencies in supply chain security management systems to audit and advise on the effectiveness of these systems.