The Certified Logistics & Supply Chain Management Professional (CLSCMP) Course helps participants with essential skills to look into a business entity's supply chain effectively. Upon completion, individuals will gain comprehensive knowledge and proficiency to expertly manage logistics and supply chain functions. After completion, individuals will master managing logistical operations and the supply chain effectively.

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  • 23 Jul, 2023 / 23 Aug, 2023
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What is the CLSCMP Course All About?

The CLSCMP Course helps professionals to understand the dynamics of the logistics, transportation, and distribution sectors. This training consists of various processes, spanning from material planning to distribution. It overall helps the individual to excel in this dynamic field.

Why is the CLSCMP Course Important?

The CLSCMP Course is highly sought-after globally. it consists of both fundamental and advanced skills in cargo, logistics, and supply chain management. Opting for such courses not only improves individuals' earning potential but also improves career prospects and future opportunities.

Why Do Companies Hire Professionals After Completion of the CLSCMP Course?

The CLSCMP Course helps professionals to understand the critical aspects of Supply Chain operations. They remain in high demand. This is because their expertise helps in contributing to competitive pricing. This in return gives organizations a strategic advantage over competitors. 

Industry Trends

The logistics industry is shifting focus towards automation,  and emphasizing real-time tracking for streamlined supply chain management. In this globally competitive landscape, embracing technologies such as autonomous vehicles is vital for logistics companies to maintain their market position. Hence, the CLSCMP Course helps in a deeper understanding of modern logistics challenges and solutions.

Market trends

The ongoing integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation is reshaping the landscape of supply chain and logistics operations. AI-driven systems are becoming instrumental, allowing companies to streamline processes and elevate overall operational efficiency. Therefore the CLSCMP Course helps professionals to understand modern technologies.

Salary Trends

The satisfaction in supply chain careers remains immense. As  96% of professionals intend to stay in the field for a longer period. The professionals are extremely satisfied working in this particular field. Due to this reason, the demand for the CLSCMP Course increases not only nationally but also globally. 

These are some of the salaries earned by professionals in the MENA region. The list is as follows:

  • ⮞Dubai: AED 10,000 - AED 47,000 monthly
  • ⮞Qatar: QAR 34907 monthly
  • ⮞Oman: OMR 31,340 annually


These figures indicate the lucrative job opportunities and financial rewards that come after completing the CLSCMP Course. This makes it a valuable investment in one's career.


Demand & Opportunities

Supply chain management courses aim to provide individuals with a solid understanding of supply chain operations. These courses assist participants with the necessary skills for effective supply chain management. 

Here are some of the demanded job roles after completion of the CLSCMP Course:

  1. Supply Chain Directors
  2. Buying Manager
  3. Vendor Partnership Manager
  4. Distributor High-Quality Project Manager
  5. Strategic Sourcing Supervisor

Course Outcome

Successful completion of the CLSCMP Course will enable you to:

  • Learn about operational purchasing methods and supplier management techniques
  • Master the strategic importance of logistical components 
  • Gain insights about e-commerce, logistics, import taxes
  • Learn the creation of new value within the supply chain
  • Acquire insights about the role of (big) data in a supply chain

Course Module

  • Understanding logistics and supply chain
  • Evolution of the supply chain concept
  • Defining logistics and supply chain
  • Extended supply chain
  • Supply chain/ logistics integration
  • Linkages in logistics and supply chain
  • Decisions in logistics and supply chain
  • Prevailing practices in logistics and supply chain
  • Inventory functions
  • Inventory as a buffer
  • Reasons for carrying inventory
  • Inventory related costs
  • Inventory and customer service
  • Approaches to managing inventory
  • Risk pooling in inventory management
  • Inventory control techniques
  • Bullwhip effect
  • Modern inventory control tools
  • Materials Requirements Planning MRP I
  • Manufacturing resources planning MRP II
  • Distribution requirement planning
  • Just in time system
  • Vendor managed inventory
  • Different types of warehouses
  • Functions of warehouses
  • Warehouse consolidation and break bulk
  • Strategic functions of warehouses
  • Strategic materials and inventory management
  • Distribution channels and logistics
  • Flows in the distribution channel
  • Channel strategy
  • Channel length
  • Channel breadth
  • Channel members
  • Distribution centres
  • Distribution centre site selection
  • Transportation infrastructure
  • Cargo movement by sea, air, and roadways
  • Freight management
  • Factors influencing freight cost
  • Transportation network
  • Point-to-point network
  • Transshipment points nodal network
  • Hub and spoke network
  • Milk run
  • Containerisation
  • Third-party logistics
  • International trade drivers
  • International sourcing
  • Direct vs. Indirect exporting
  • The STEEPLE framework
  • Managing exchange rate risk
  • Importance of documentation in logistics
  • Importance of incoterms
  • The strategic importance of HS codes
  • Invoice, packing list, bill of lading, insurance, certificate of origin
  • Transport documents used in air, road and sea transports
  • Practical scenarios and issues during logistics processes
  • Payment mechanisms included in international transactions
  • Letter of credit
  • Export options defined
  • The strategic importance of incoterms and LCs in EXIM procedures
  • Alliances and outsourcing
  • Global supply chain and logistics
  • Strategic issues in global logistics
  • Importance of packaging in logistics
  • Goals of logistics
  • Functions of logistics
  • Business processes impacted by logistics
  • Reverse logistics
  • Logistics decision hierarchy
  • Value chain
  • Demand chain
  • Value creation through the supply chain
  • Value-added services in the supply chain
  • The strategic importance of logistics and supply chain in improving the profitability of businesses
  • Economic order quantity
  • Just-in-time procurement
  • Vendor managed inventory
  • Online procurement
  • E-procurement
  • Reverses auction
  • Strategic sourcing
  • Major trends in procurement
  • Innovative procurement methods
  • Importance of procurement in lean manufacturing
  • Procurement risks management
  • Difference between purchasing/procurement
  • Just-in-time procurement (JIT)
  • Vendor managed inventory
  • Contribution of procurement in adding value to an organisation
  • Strategic sourcing
  • Procurement strategies
  • The link between corporate, business level and procurement strategies
  • How external factors affect business and procurement
  • Importance of capacity and network planning
  • Role of network design
  • Strategic factors in network design
  • Operational and tactical factors in network and capacity planning
  • Steps in the network design process
  • Facility location and capacity allocation

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Expert Instructors & Teaching Methods

Mr. Fasi is a dynamic leader with more than 16 years of experience managing large-scale business operations in the FMCG, food and manufacturing industries, both nationally and internationally. He is considered a widely recognized visionary and his valuable input has helped many organizations to run smoothly. He is a leader who provides insights to improve reliability and promote growth. His remarkable contribution as a learned professional over the past 16 years has shaped the future growth of many individuals as well as organisations. He has made a mark for himself in his competitive space and currently ranks among the top 1% of General Management professionals globally as per LinkedIn Insight Ranking. His teaching style is interactive and engaging, and he uses different instructional techniques to cater to different learning styles. Aspirants praise his out-of-the-box thinking and analytical skills. As a trainer, Mr. Fasi is committed to assisting students in realizing their maximum potential and developing them into successful, well-rounded professionals.

Work Experience

  • ⦾ General Manager, Unitech, Dubai
  • ⦾ Project Management Consultant, Badder, Singapore
  • ⦾ Engineering & Project Division Head, Al-Watania Poultry, Saudi Arabia
  • ⦾ Senior Mechanical Engineer, Guardian Industries, Saudi Arabia
  • ⦾ Senior Project Engineer, Tata Motors Limited, Pune
  • ⦾ Product Development Engineer, John Deere, Pune


Certification & Membership


  • ⦾ Awarded Chartered Manager by The Canadian Institute of Management – It is the highest status that can be achieved in the management and leadership profession, in the world, bestowed Globally by the UK, USA, and CANADA.
  • ⦾ Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (IASSC-CBB™) certified from The International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC), USA.
  • ⦾ Project Management Professional (PMP®) certified from The Project Management Institute, USA.
  • ⦾ Certified Senior Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) from the International Institute of Business Analysis, Canada.
  • ⦾ Certified ISO 9001:2008 Internal Auditor (Al-Khorayel Management Services) | Digital Marketing Certification Program.
  • ⦾ Member of Project Management Institute (PMI) in the USA, International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) in Canada, American Society for Quality (ASQ), Six Sigma Council (USA), The Chartered Management Institute of UK & Canada, etc.

Fasi Haider

Why Count on Learners Point?

Learners Point Academy is the leading provider of the CLSCMP course. We help professionals master the skill sets needed to achieve the certification.

The USPs of our CLSCMP course are as follows:

  • We consider real-world scenarios organisations face and formulate our CLSCMP course evaluating practical requirements
  • Our CLSCMP course comprises theoretical knowledge and practical case studies to give real-time insights required as a professional in a demanding role
  • We also equip you with hands-on experience through assignments based on actual work environment
  • We have group sessions and guided learning experiences for a better understanding of the CLSCMP course 
  • We also offer career guidance and support for successful placement as a professional after completion of this CLSCMP course 

Learners Experience

"I can confidently say that the CLSCMP course has opened doors for me. The unique approach of considering real-world scenarios made the learning journey engaging and applicable. Learners Point truly prepares you for the challenges of supply chain management."

Wafina Shah

Strategic Sourcing Manager

"The CLSCMP course at Learners Point strikes the perfect balance between theory and practical application. The assignments based on real work scenarios provided valuable hands-on experience, setting me up for success in my supply chain career."

Fawaz Vaid

Project Manager

"I chose Learners Point for the CLSCMP course, and it was the right decision. The group sessions and guided learning experiences enhanced my understanding. The career guidance and support afterwards ensured a smooth transition into the professional realm."

Rauf Sheikh

Vendor Partnership Manager

"The CLSCMP course exceeded my expectations. It not only equipped me with theoretical knowledge but also provided hands-on experience through relevant case studies. I feel well-prepared for the dynamic field of supply chain management."

Hanifa Maqbool

Buying Manager

“Completing the CLSCMP course at Learners Point was a game-changer. The practical insights and real-world scenarios made the learning experience invaluable. Now, I confidently navigate complex supply chain challenges in my career."

Aziz Mukhbir

Supply Chain Director

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FAQs on CLSCMP Course

The full form of the CLSCMP is Certified Logistics & Supply Chain Management Professional.

The accreditation bodies of the CLSCMP Course are the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) and the American Institute of Professional Studies (AIPS).

The registration requirements to complete the CLSCMP Course are as follows: 1) Photocopy of Passport 2) Curriculum Vitae to Assess Eligibility 3) 2 Passport-Size Photographs 4) Course Fee

The validity after completion of the CLSCMP certificate is 5 years.

There are no prerequisites to apply for the CLSCMP training. A basic understanding of the logistics and supply chain will be useful for the students.

The duration of the CLSCMP exam is 2 hours.

The options available to complete the CLSCMP training are as follows: 1) Online Sessions 2) Offline Sessions 3) Blended Sessions

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