to the Triangle Chapter
Who are we:
11th largest APICS Chapter in the US.
48% of our members
are APICS Certified
Triangle Chapter's Vision
The APICS-Triangle Chapter is the recognized
leader for building knowledge and skills in supply chain and operations
Our Chapter's Mission
APICS-Triangle Chapter provides tools for the
lifelong development of knowledge and skills in supply chain and operations
management. These skills enhance abilities, accelerate careers and help
our members and their organizations to successfully compete in a global
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Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)
Maintenance Points: 42)
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Consisting of a total of 39-42
hours of instructor-led instruction; plus access to the APICS CSCP
This instructor-version, a review course, offers students the
opportunity to review the content presented in the text and web-based
study tools in a classroom setting.
APICS Production and Inventory
Click here for class start dates
Maintenance Points: 30)
The CPIM program is the strategic advantage you need in today’s world,
where the rate of organizational and technological change is accelerating
exponentially. Just as successful companies have adapted to the changing
business environment, the CPIM program has changed over the years to keep up
with current knowledge and practices. The CPIM program consists of five modules,
and an individual must pass all five modules to become certified.
Accelerate your career in
supply chain and operations management
Points: 33 for each course)
to choose from:
The new APICS
Principles of Operations Management program is the only educational
program that delivers the fundamental knowledge needed in the
fast-growing fields of supply chain and operations management. Each
course is designed as education material for individuals and companies
looking to advance their knowledge of operations management.
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Lisa Ross and Tim Lucas congratulate Mike Mizelle, CSCP, on his
Six Sigma Green Belt Graduation
April Professional Development
"Trends in Demand Planning"
These are some of the best-practice tools and methods being utilized
by companies around the globe. Get some ideas about how to deploy
in your own organization. Also learn how companies are restructuring to
support these practices, and the job opportunities that are resulting
from this hot career field.
To view older PDM presentations, select Calendar
of Events from the left menu and From The Archive, or
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Tuesday, May 14th
CFPIM, CSCP, CIRM
Top Management Night. Bring your manager. Dinner cost
is on US!
Register by Clicking
Register your manager as a non-member and select invoice; do not
prepay for guest managers.
"Business Intelligence, lessons learned from the Oxymorons at work"
is a collection of some of the funniest and most ridiculous business
decisions taken from the real world. Keith has observed, and
documented 150 examples in his most recent book. This presentation
is a sample compilation of some of the classic business mistakes
that many companies make.
May 14th -- 6:00-8:15 PM
Raleigh-Durham Airport/Brier Creek
8001 Arco Corporate Drive
Raleigh, North Carolina, 27617
6:00 Registration / Networking
6:30 Dinner / Chapter Business
Cost: Members $25, Non-members $35,
register by Noon Friday, May 10th.
Save the Date
Southeast District Mini-Meeting
Saturday May 18th
Hosted By: Triangle Chapter
Registration Coming Soon
Western Wake Tech Comm College,
3434 Kildaire Farm Rd.,
Durham Bulls vs. Norfolk Tides
6:00pm Evening Baseball event for only $10.
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As a members-only benefit, a
few company tours are planned each year. Watch for the announcement and
join us. Our goal is to have two or three each year.
Recent Plant Tours have included the
Caterpillar Plant in Sanford, GE Aviation Engine facility in Durham NC
and the NC Ports, in Wilmington NC.
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2013 APICS International Conference and Expo
September 29 - October 1, 2013
Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention
APICS in Orlando (video)
Click Here For More Info
APICS Education Courses
These courses are offered as public courses
open to all supply chain professionals, or on-demand for employees
in your company workplace.
Click on the course titles
for the APICS course bulletin
or course overview document.
For individuals new to
supply chain and operations management, those that want to enhance their
skill knowledge or professionals not
directly involved in their organizations' supply chain operations.
individuals interested in earning the APICS CPIM or CSCP designations
In-demand courses and workshops
On topics including lean enterprise and global sourcing
For additional info, please email: V.P. of Education at
APICS-Triangle, the Triangle Chapter of APICS The
Association for Operations Management is hosting the Forum - and invites
our chapter members and fellow Operations and Supply Chain Management
Professionals to join this forum.