Workforce Development

Supply Chain Management

This course introduces students to a basic understanding of commerce and supply chain management. Students will learn about careers and businesses involved in the planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and products through various transportation methods. They will gain a knowledge base of the management systems for the flow of goods and services involved in the movement and storage of raw materials, inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to consumption. Students will develop skills needed to plan, manage, and improve a business model or they could use these activities to improve life-management opportunities.

Obtain OSHA-10 certification at the completion of the course.
150 hours of Hybrid Instruction

Dates & Times: TBD
Fee: $2,500 (per person)

Funding available for eligible participants!

Supply Chain Management


Rhonda Bivins-Talley
Phone: 716-614-6284
Location: A-236