Areas of Focus
SCL offers a comprehensive professional education curriculum in Supply Chain & Logistics. Select any of our two to four-day courses from our Management Series for an in-depth knowledge of a specific topic or enroll in one of our online Fundamentals series courses for an education on a series of topics with a broader logistics focus.
Our courses are taught by acclaimed individuals drawn from academia and professional practice. Attend to learn from and interact with industry leaders and other class participants, while growing your professional network.
Advancements in technology are transforming the SC&L landscape and leading to new workforce needs.
Roz Nero reflects on her experience with Georgia Tech Professional Education and how it has helped shape her career thus far.
Even in the era of high-tech commerce and increased air freight, shipping goods via oceans is still a key cog in the global supply chain.
In bestowing this award, the Faculty Honors Committee recognized Keskinocak’s leadership of CHHS, as well as her efforts to promote health and humanitarian services through the professional education Certificate Program for Health and Humanitarian Supply Chain Management (HHSCM).
Practitioners from 17 different countries, including the Bolivia, Colombia, Pakistan, the United States and a dozen countries in Africa, gathered at Georgia Tech’s Global Learning Center for a week to participate in the certificate program in Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain Management (HHSCM) offered by Georgia Tech's Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS).
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) at Georgia Tech, the world’s largest supply chain and logistics research and education enterprise, recently opened an office on the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus.
Some of the best information I have received through instruction. Very impressed."
"This course was very exciting and interesting. I learned a lot about the tips of a good negotiation."
"Best, most impactful professional development course I have ever taken.
As far as having a military-centric background in logistics in the past 28 years, the Georgia Tech APICS Boot Camps were of great value in understanding the corporate standards, concepts, and common lingo shared among our professionals. Any course offering can be bland like many others, but what makes Georgia Tech unquestionably stand out is the staff and faculty that support the Boot Camps and the students who attend. The in-depth dialogue between faculty and other students from diverse logistical business backgrounds and positions make the APICS Boot Camps top-notch in value attained and received for everyone involved. I would strongly recommend these courses to anyone interested in attaining their test certification!
Being in this program has built my confidence up, actually. I’ve been doing these things, but in a different way. Now I know how to apply these skills to the civilian world. Having this additional certification in supply chain and logistics certainly adds to the marketability of my resume.
In one particular instance, our team identified an opportunity to improve the picking process. We had 35-40 pickers performing the same process in almost as many ways -- some ways effective and some not. We asked, "Why are we walking all over the warehousing picking every unit for one box, when we have a conveyor system that can bring the box to the pickers and eliminate the wasteful motion?" Through leader standard work, kaizen events, picking patterns, and other applications learned from SCL courses, our team was able to improve flat picking productivity from 50 units per hour to 130 per hour.
I actually attended this course at Georgia Tech and its the best informational course that I have attended in my whole career. This course with two others were so informative and we use them everyday in our 3PL warehousing and distribution practices. A++ in my book. Robert, Anna, and Brad were phenomenal teachers; they all really care about what they teach!