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Check Your Calendar! May Supply Chain Courses Are Filling Up Fast

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Plan ahead! The next Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training – Level 1 class is scheduled for May 2nd, and seats are still available. This one day course is designed to improve materials management efficiency and effectiveness in your supply chain, leveraging the Global Materials Management Operations Guideline Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE). To find out more information, or reserve your seat, visit the training page here.

Want to take a class, but not able to break away from your desk? Check out our online eLearning options, which can be taken at your convenience. Current offerings include:

  • B-10 Trading Partners Implementation Guideline eLearning: Successful completion of this course will provide individuals with the knowledge to do the following, in conjunction with their trading partners: define the requirements for correctly printing labels for the Unit Loads and Transport Packages to ensure consistency of label format and scannability of the bar code symbols defined within the standard; define and build a Quick Receive label; distinguish which 2D symbology to use for Shipping and Receiving and Carrier Sortation and Tracking, and more!
  • B-16 Global Transport Label Standard for the Automotive Industry eLearning: Individuals who complete this eLearning will be able to: define and implement a global transport label design for use across their supply chain through integrating features such as the “License Plate” concept; label “building blocks”; and code 128 linear bar codes, the 2D symbologies Data Matrix, QR Code and PDF417 (and their technical specifications) as well as distinguish the difference between and correctly apply the package and load Data Identifiers “IJ,” “5J,” and “6J.”
  • MMOG/LE eLearning: Learn best practices to complete the MMOG/LE assessment tool, identify business integrity gaps, and prepare action plans over the course of this (approximately) 3 hour eLearning. *This course is recommended for those participating in the MMOG/LE assessment; individuals conducting or leading the assessment are strongly encouraged to take the classroom training, the Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training – Level 1.