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Vskills certification for Distribution Manager assesses the candidate as per the company’s need for managing ordering and distribution of products, parts and accessories. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in distribution management which includes logistics, material management, transportation, warehousing, physical distribution, marketing channel, channel management, monitoring and benchmarking.
* Certification includes 10 Hours of E-learning.
Why should one take this certification?
This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression.
Earning Vskills Distribution Manager Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.
Who will benefit from taking this certification?
Job seekers looking to find employment in distribution, logistics and supply chain departments of various companies, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification.
Companies that hire Vskills Brand Manager
Distribution Managers are in great demand. Companies specializing in distribution, logistics or supply chain are constantly hiring skilled distribution managers. Various public and private companies also need distribution managers for their distribution, logistics and supply chain departments.
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1. Introduction to Logistics
1.1 Interfaces between Logistics Manufacturing
1.2 Logistics: Manufacturing issues in Customer Service
1.3 Production scheduling
1.4 Interfaces between Logistics and Marketing
2. Material Management
2.2 Objectives and Functions of Materials Management
2.3 Functions of Material Management
3. Marketing Channel
3.1 What is Marketing Channel?
3.2 The Nature of Marketing Channels
3.3 Types of Intermediaries
3.4 Contemporary Channel Scenario in India
3.5 Non-traditional Channel Arrangements
3.6 Non-store Retailing
3.7 Direct Selling/Home Selling
4. Marketing Intermediaries
5. Function of Marketing Channel
5.1 What is the Work of the Marketing Channel?
5.2 Channel and Distribution Functions
6. Channel Design
6.1 Designing a Channel System
6.2 Channel Design: Segmentation
6.3 Channel Design: Targeting
7. Selection of Appropriate Channels
7.1 The New Business Environment
7.2 The Importance of SWOT Analysis
7.3 Dealer Selection
7.4 Creating and Administering the Channel
8. Channel Management
8.1 Managing the Channel Member
9. Distribution Channel Management
9.1 Functions of Marketing Channels
9.2 Importance of Channel Distribution
9.3 Types of Channel Arrangement
9.4 Type of Channel Members
9.5 Activities performed by marketing channels
9.6 Role of Intermediary in a Marketing Channel
9.7 Types of Intermediaries
9.8 Difference between Direct and Indirect Marketing Channels
9.9 Multiple Channels of Distribution
9.10 Channel Flow
9.11 Establishment Issues
9.12 Level of Distribution Coverage
9.13 Managing Marketing Channels
9.14 Selecting Channel Members
9.15 Implementing Channel Strategy
9.16 Evaluating Channel Performance
10. Channel Motivation
10.1 The Vision, Mission and Objectives
10.2 Motivational Tools and Control Areas
10.3 Risk Management
11. Physical Distribution Concepts and Objective
11.1 Physical Distribution, Marketing Logistics, and Supply Chain Management
11.2 Importance of Physical Distribution/ Marketing Logistics
12. Components of Physical Distribution
12.3 Inventory Management
12.4 Production Control and Materials Requirement Planning
13.2 Modes of Transport
13.4 Assessment of the Transportation Requirement
14.2 Warehouse operating principles
14.3 Warehouse strategy
14.4 Planning the distribution warehouse
14.5 Warehouse layout
14.6 Types of Material handling systems in warehousing
15. Impact on Physical Distribution
15.2 The Level of Information Sharing
16. Supply Chain Management in Physical Distribution
16.1 What is Supply Chain Management?
16.2 Efficient Consumer Response
16.3 Rapid Response
16.4 Putting it All Together: What is the Right Supply Chain?
16.5 Manufacturing Flow Management
16.6 International Supply Chain and Logistics
16.7 Supply Chain Management in Rural Areas
17. Distribution and Networking
17.1 Factors Influencing Distribution Network Design
17.2 Design Options for a Distribution Network
17.3 Selecting a Distribution Network Design
18. Monitoring and Benchmarking
18.2 The Balanced Scorecard
18.4 Financial Measures
19. Miscellaneous Topics
19.2 Reverse logistics
19.3 Supply Chain Sustainability
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