This site offers access to information and training on careers and certifications for varying levels of occupations in the supply chain management, logistics and international trade fields. If you are an entry or mid-level employee in the industry, you can acquire one of eight supply chain management certifications offered through the LINCS Program. LINCS offers courses in supply chain management that will prepare participants to earn industry-recognized certifications through the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). If you are new to the industry and/or entry and mid-level employee you can also enroll Southwestern College ‘s online International Logistics and Transportation, Basic, Intermediate/Certificates and Associate Degree Program. If you are an experienced professional in the field you can benefit from the APICS Certified Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) certification. This certification is designed for supply chain management professionals. Preparation courses for the APICS certification are offered at Southwestern College's Higher Education Center in Otay Mesa.
The Deputy Sector Navigator for Global Trade & Logistics (DSN GTL) - San Diego & Imperial, in conjunction with the SB1070 Regional Pathways Program, hosted a professional development workshop for high school teachers throughout the region at Southwestern College's Higher[...]
The Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce (OMCC) is looking for one or two qualified interns to join their team from January 2017 to April 2017. The OMCC is a non-profit organization serving the border community by promoting economic development in the[...]
The SB 1070 CTE Regional Pathways Program, in collaboration with the California Community Colleges San Diego and Imperial Counties Regional Consortium, hosted a conference for K-12 and community college counselors and administrators at the Marina Village conference center on December[...]
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When you bring together all sides of the value chain, you foster stronger relationships, streamline logistics, effectively manage activities, explore new process options and increase efficiency – all leading to innovation and reduction in costs. The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) joined together as the Trading Partner Alliance (TPA),* are pleased[...]