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APICS CSCP Exam Success
APICS CSCP Exam Success

APICS CSCP Exam Success

A Guide to Achieving Certification on Your First Attempt

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

400 Pages, 7.5 x 9.25

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $89.95 (US $89.95) (CA $120.95)

Publication Date: August 2018

ISBN 9781604271294

Rights: US, CA & AU

J. Ross Publishing (Aug 2018)

Price: $89.95
 
 

Overview

As the need for global supply chain professionals continues to grow, the desire for individuals who have earned their Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) credential has become a key employer requirement and differentiator. This unique study guide, used in conjunction with the APICS CSCP Learning System and Exam Content Manual, presents key terminology, concepts, exercises, calculations, and practice exam questions certification candidates need to pass the CSCP exam on their first attempt. Key Features: --Explains over 1,000 key terms, concepts, calculations, and relationships that practitioners must know to pass the APICS CSCP exam. --Provides free online access to over 700 practice questions, enabling users to perform practice tests by CSCP group and/or simulate actual full exams, with feedback on incorrect answers --Presents over 50 calculations with workable examples needed to understand and identify the correct answers. --Provides over 400 practice exam questions to help prepare readers for the actual exam.  

Author Biography

David Forman, CSCP, CLTD, is Senior Manager, Business Projects at Crestron Electronics, a global technology company. He is also a Senior Associate, Instructor, and Courseware Developer for PIM Associates. Howard Forman is President of PIM Associates Inc. He has more than 35 years of experience in supply chain management, operations management, production and inventory management, business process improvement, lean, and project management as a practitioner, consultant, and educator. Prior to establishing his own firm, he worked for several leading consulting firms, including Coopers & Lybrand, KPMG, and Grant Thornton.