Supply Chain Management / Logistics is a booming field evident in nearly every business involving supplying goods to customers. Transport companies have turned to apprenticeships to lower their logistics recruitment costs. Managing a supply chain requires knowledge and skills in everything from purchasing raw materials for manufacturing products, storing inventory, warehouse operations management, shipping and transportation, customer service, to demand planning.
The Supply Chain Management / Logistics Apprenticeship is a 2 year program. Students attend classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays and work on Monday, Wednesday, Friday in 12-week courses throughout the year. On-the-job training is provided by a dedicated mentor at the company.
Apprentices completing this program will have earned an AAS degree in Supply Chain Management / Logistics, a CSCMP certificate in Supply Chain Management Principles, a certification from the Department of Labor that they are fully qualified for their occupation, and at least two years of experience. Apprentices are also eligible to sit for CSCMP certifications in Inventory Management, Warehouse Operations, Transportation, Procurement and Supply Chain, Demand Planning, and Customer Service if the hiring company requires that credential.
Supply Chain Management professionals plan, direct or coordinate purchasing, warehousing, distribution, forecasting, customer service, or planning services; Manage logistics systems and direct daily operations.
Salary Outlook: $50,000 – $70,000 (NOT a guarantee of salary, just an estimated outlook in this industry.)
Job Titles in Supply Chain Management / Logistics
Supply Chain Manager
- Supply Chain Management / Logistics Sample 2 year Program Outline.pdf
- Supply Chain Management / Logistics Sample Weekly Schedule.pdf
Applications are being accepted for next August, 2019
To Apply See Steps Below
Step 1 – Submit an Interest Form Click Here
Step 2 – Apply to Harper College Click Here
Step 3 – Take the placement test by visiting your Student Portal and click Testing.
Step 4 – Interview with companies interested in hiring an apprentice.