Cold Chain Logistics Management Course


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June 2024

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CCL017 17 Jun 2024 - 21 Jun 2024 5 days Kisumu, Kenya KES 84,000 | $1,100 Register
CCL017 24 Jun 2024 - 28 Jun 2024 5 days Nakuru, Kenya KES 84,000 | $1,100 Register
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June 2024

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CCL017 17 Jun 2024 - 21 Jun 2024 5 days Half-day KES 60,000 | USD 699 Register
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June 2024

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Location
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Action
17 Jun - 21 Jun 2024
5 days
Kisumu
KES 84,000 $1,100
24 Jun - 28 Jun 2024
5 days
Nakuru
KES 84,000 $1,100
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June 2024

Code Date Duration Mode Fee Action
CCL017 17 Jun 2024 - 21 Jun 2024 5 days Half-day KES 60,000 | USD 699 Register
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 Introduction:

Maintaining the integrity of temperature-sensitive products throughout the supply chain is critical for industries such as pharmaceuticals, food, and biotechnology. This course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of cold chain logistics management principles, strategies, and best practices. Through a combination of theoretical lectures, case studies, interactive discussions, and practical exercises, participants will learn how to effectively manage temperature-controlled transportation, storage, and distribution processes. By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the integrity and safety of temperature-sensitive products throughout the cold chain.

Target Audience:

  • Supply Chain Managers and Logistics Professionals: Individuals responsible for overseeing the end-to-end supply chain processes, including transportation, warehousing, and distribution, within organizations dealing with temperature-sensitive products.
  • Warehouse Managers and Supervisors: Personnel involved in managing and supervising warehouse operations, including inventory control, storage, and handling of temperature-sensitive goods.
  • Transportation Managers and Fleet Supervisors: Professionals responsible for managing transportation operations, including selecting carriers, routing shipments, and ensuring temperature control during transit.
  • Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance Managers: Individuals tasked with ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, industry standards, and quality assurance protocols governing the handling and transportation of temperature-sensitive products.
  • Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Professionals: Personnel working in pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology firms, and healthcare organizations involved in the storage, distribution, and transportation of vaccines, medicines, biological samples, and other temperature-sensitive products.
  • Food and Beverage Industry Professionals: Individuals working in food manufacturing, distribution, and retail sectors responsible for ensuring the quality and safety of perishable food items throughout the supply chain.
  • Cold Chain Service Providers: Professionals working for logistics companies, third-party logistics providers (3PLs), and cold chain specialists offering temperature-controlled transportation, warehousing, and distribution services.
  • Regulatory and Compliance Officials: Government officials, inspectors, and auditors responsible for enforcing regulations and standards related to cold chain logistics and temperature-sensitive products.

Duration:

5 days


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Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the role and importance of cold chain logistics management in preserving the integrity of temperature-sensitive products.
  • Identify key components of cold chain logistics, including temperature monitoring, packaging, and transportation.
  • Implement best practices for maintaining temperature control throughout the cold chain.
  • Develop strategies for mitigating risks and minimizing temperature excursions during transportation and storage.
  • Utilize technology and data analytics to monitor and manage temperature-sensitive shipments.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards for cold chain logistics.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders across the supply chain to optimize cold chain logistics processes.
  • Develop contingency plans and risk management strategies for cold chain operations.
  • Understand the environmental and sustainability considerations in cold chain logistics.
  • Develop an action plan for implementing effective cold chain logistics management practices in their organization.

Course Outline:

Module 1: Introduction to Cold Chain Logistics Management

  • Overview of cold chain logistics principles and concepts
  • Importance of temperature control in the supply chain
  • Regulatory requirements and industry standards for cold chain logistics
  • Key components of cold chain logistics: Temperature monitoring, packaging, and transportation
  • Case studies: Analyzing successful cold chain logistics management practices

Module 2: Temperature-Controlled Packaging and Storage

  • Understanding temperature-sensitive products and their storage requirements
  • Packaging materials and techniques for temperature-controlled shipments
  • Cold storage facilities and temperature-controlled environments
  • Warehouse layout and design for temperature-controlled storage
  • Handling and stacking procedures for temperature-sensitive products
  • Practical exercises: Evaluating temperature-controlled storage facilities

Module 3: Temperature-Controlled Transportation

  • Modes of temperature-controlled transportation: Refrigerated trucks, containers, and air freight
  • Understanding temperature monitoring and data logging systems
  • Best practices for loading and unloading temperature-sensitive shipments
  • Monitoring temperature during transportation: Remote monitoring and tracking technologies
  • Preventing temperature excursions and managing risks during transit
  • Case studies: Analyzing temperature-controlled transportation challenges and solutions

Module 4: Technology and Data Analytics in Cold Chain Logistics

  • Utilizing technology for real-time temperature monitoring and management
  • Data analytics and predictive modeling for optimizing cold chain logistics processes
  • Implementing temperature-sensitive shipment visibility platforms
  • Integrating temperature monitoring systems with supply chain management software
  • Leveraging data analytics to identify trends and patterns in temperature-controlled shipments
  • Practical exercises: Using temperature monitoring and data analytics tools

Module 5: Compliance, Risk Management, and Sustainability

  • Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards
  • Developing contingency plans and risk management strategies for cold chain operations
  • Environmental considerations and sustainability initiatives in cold chain logistics
  • Review of course materials and key takeaways
  • Developing a personal action plan for implementing effective cold chain logistics management practices

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