RFIDSCP

Certified RFID Supply Chain Planner

 

This program is ideal for:  

  • Those getting started in the RFID domain
  • Anyone who wants to learn the fundamentals and applications of this technology from a supply chain perspective
  • Anyone who wants to prove to the corporate world that you have the essentials to design an RFID program- economics, benefits, limitations and applications
  • Anyone who wants to pursue a career in supply chain management and technology and pursue further RFID advanced programs in the future

 

 

RFIDSCP program includes:

  • 3 hours of classroom instruction/online training led by an experienced supply chain management expert
  • A study guide with all the slides and exercises. Note that the self study option also includes the 3 hours of training on recorded video sessions
  • 1 hour RFIDSCP exam
  • 1 RFID in Supply Chain Text-Book - "Tracked- What you should know about Invisible Inventory monitoring and security" by Dr E.C.Jones, PhD at University of Texas. This is additional over the workshop price. If you want a copy of this book, it can be mailed to you for an additional $100

Note: RFIDSCP certificate is valid for three years upon receipt of the certificate. Renewal is required after 3 years and wll cost USD 50. Please see detailed renewal process and requirements here

 

 

About the Book

"Tracked- What you should know about Invisible Inventory monitoring and security" by Dr E.C.Jones, PhD at University of Texas is a new and revised book about RFID in modern times. This book is included in the certification package and will be mailed to participants upon signup.

ISBN: 0-9777081-2-8
ISBN 13: 978-0-9777081-2-3 

Contents:

  • Preface 
  • About the Authors
  • About the Book
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: The Art of Stealth Tracking (RFID History)
  • Chapter 2: Who wanted this to happen and why (Defense and Industry Mandates)
  • Chapter 3: The Economics of RFID
  • Chapter 4: It's around you know (RFID Standards)
  • Chapter 5: The Boxes are talking (RFID Theory)
  • Chapter 6: Building Blocks (RFID Components)
  • Chapter 7: Can they find it or me (A Scavenger Hunt)
  • Chapter 8: Where's my nurse? (RFID in healthcare)
  • Chapter 9: What should I know (RFID research)
  • Chapter 10: RFID implementation (What's been done)
  • Epilogue
  • Review
  • FAQ
  • Index

RFIDSCP Training Agenda and Topics

1.  THE RFID S-Curve

  • Invisible Inventory
  • RFID Monitoring & Security

2. PAST

  • RFID History
  • RFID Mandates
  • The Economics of RFID

 

 

3.  PRESENT

  • RFID Standards
  • RFID Theory
  • RFID Components

4.  FUTURE

  • RFID and Data Security
  • RFID in Healthcare
  • RFID Research

Ways to pursue the Certification

 

 

  1. In person session with instructor - Can be organized in your area if there is a group of 20+ people taking the course. Contact us to arrange for one
  2. Online - For people who have a busy schedule with unanticipated changes no problems, we have a solution for you. We will send you the study material which includes a full video recording of the instructor sessions of 3 hours alongwith the presentations/study material and you can study at your own pace/view unlimited times. When ready, send us an email and we will send you login instructions for your online exam at your preferred dates/times.These sessions happen every month and you can join one by looking at our event calendar here

 

For further details on scholarships, please click here

Past RFIDSCM sessions around the globe

RFID in Supply Chain

 

ISCEA RFIDSCP (Certified RFID Supply Chain Planner) Program:

Over the years the enabling technology of Radio Frequency Identification or RFID has been an up and coming enabling technology.  The International Leader in RFID Certification, ISCEA, has been the gold standard for detailed
certification in the RFID field.  Now the RFID Supply Chain story which effectively started with the Wal-Mart in 2004 over 10 years ago has now met the top of the S-curve or where businesses should be receiving value from
this technology not testing the feasibility of this modern technology.

Also, ISCEA has chosen to update training for this important technology for decision makers and planners.  The traditional RFID training has focused on detailed training over 40 hours of classroom hours including hands on
training with equipment and has been focused on fitting the needs of the engineer, integrators and solution providers.  That training is valuable but given the extensive use of RFID in the modern world the time has come to
empower Supply Chain personnel and decision makers to understand the basics and the economics of using this technology.

The ISCEA RFID Supply Chain Planner Certification has arrived.  The ISCEA RFIDSCP is a extensive 3 hour training course and 1 hour exam that focuses on the What  and Why for using this important technology.  The training is focused on providing the essentials needed be Supply Chain planners and decision makers to evaluate the economics and benefits of using the technology to improve companies efficiencies, productivity, and cost
savings.

ISCEA, the premier provider for RFID certifications provides this new certification the ISCEA RFIDSCP and also it awards winning RFIDSCM Certifications to fit the need for everyone to understand this modern technology.

 

About Us

We are SCNext - one of the largest youth supply chain group. Every year we are aiming to link you to the future.

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