CPSD™ - Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity Exam Review Seminar
Date: May 05, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Instructor: Judah Seidman, CPSM, CPSD
The CPSD Exam Review includes and is not limited to:
Social Responsibility, Defining Supplier Diversity Program, Effective Goals and Recognized Programs, Key Issues and Accountabilities, Personal Involved, Concepts of a Supply Management Department, Investing in Suppliers and Supplier Certification Process, Understanding the Business Planning Process, Customers, and Diversity, Strategic Decisions, and Risk Framework, Tier I & II Suppliers
Participants looking to receive their CPSD™ certification and do not currently have CPSM® certification are encouraged to take certification Exam One – Foundation of Supply Management. Both classes are price packaged together for your convenience, see the professional development registration form.
Why is CPSD Certification good for business? When a supply chain is more diverse, the overall business community is healthier and more active — important benefits that contribute to an organization’s big-picture economic sustainability.
CPSD Certification - What's in it for me? Click on this link to find out how this certification will help your career.
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All Professional Development Seminars & Certification Review Seminars are offered in New York City at the offices of Pfizer located at 235 East 42nd Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue.
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