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Become an ISCEA Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA)

Professional Certificate in
Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA)
ISCEA

What you will learn

  • The supply chain terminology used throughout the industry, understanding the linkages between financial and operational measures.
  • How to understand the relationship between strategic planning, sales and operations planning S&OP, and processes execution; including but not limited to: Inventory, MRP, Sourcing, Purchasing, Manufacturing and Sales Order Fulfillment.
  • How to manage the flow of goods and materials throughout the supply chain using procurement, inventory, transportation and the distribution network.
  • How to refine interactions with suppliers, customers and your own team.
  • Become familiar with tools that can improve the performance and sustainability of the supply chain, such as Lean and Six Sigma.
  • The completion of all three preparatory courses is required before taking the Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA) Exam. Upon completion of the three courses and the exam, you will become a Certified Supply Chain Analyst.

This program is offered by the International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA), a world-renowned and globally recognized developer of internationally recognized certification programs including Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA). This program includes 3 preparatory courses which will prepare you for the final course, the ISCEA Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA) Exam. To become ISCEA certified, you must complete and pass all 3 preparatory courses and the final course, the CSCA exam. You cannot take the exam until you have successfully completed all 3 preparatory courses.

The CSCA “Certified Supply Chain Analyst” certification program provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate your mastery of the essential supply chain body of knowledge.

The program courses will provide you with the resources to pass the certification exam so that you can earn the internationally recognized CSCA designation.

Supply chain foundational topics, processes and strategies will be presented in a clear and concise manner. Inside the program courses you will find the knowledge required to link strategy and tactical planning to financial results and everyday operations. Procurement, manufacturing and logistics processes are clearly explained throughout the program courses; along with best practices and tools that make supply chains more efficient, responsive, competitive and sustainable.

Expert instruction
4 skill-building courses
3 months
2 - 8 hours per week
$987.30
USD
For the full program experience

Courses in this program

  1. ISCEA's Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA) Professional Certificate

  2. 2–8 hours per week, for 4 weeks

    Master the supply chain language used throughout the industry and learn the foundational topics required for strategic and tactical planning ​- part of the ISCEA CSCA - Certified Supply Chain Analyst - Internationally Recognized Certificate.

  3. 2–8 hours per week, for 4 weeks

    Learn fundamental concepts regarding the flow of goods and materials throughout the supply chain. Starting from procurement and continuing with logistics; including the management of inventory, transportation and facilities in the distribution network ​- part of the ISCEA CSCA - Certified Supply Chain Analyst - Internationally Recognized Certificate.

  4. 2–8 hours per week, for 4 weeks

    Learn skills and tools that support supply chain operation, including Aggregate Planning, Sales Order Fulfillment, Lean, Sustainability and Team Dynamics ​- part of the ISCEA CSCA - Certified Supply Chain Analyst - Internationally Recognized Certificate

  5. Starts Dec 16, 2021
    1–2 hours per week, for 1 weeks

    The CSCA Exam is a 100 Question Multiple-Choice Exam, duration of 2 hours. The passing score for the exam is 70%. The exam is designed to allow the learner to demonstrate deep understanding of all practices, topics, definitions, and strategies embedded within the CSCA Program. Passing the CSCA Exam demonstrates that the learner has successfully gained industry relevant knowledge and will be certified as an ISCEA Supply Chain Analyst.

    • The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed global supply chain challenges, highlighting the need of certified supply chain analysts familiar with industry’s best practices and improvement tools that can mitigate future risks.
    • As of June 28th 2021, the average Supply Chain Analyst salary in the United States is $65,323. The salary of this role ranges between $56,700 and $74,022 based on experience, certification, and skill level of the professional. (Source: Salary.com)
    • A majority of industry professionals (70%) predict that the supply chain will be a key driver of better customer service before the end of 2020. (Source: Accenture, 2018)

Meet your instructors
from International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA)

Jorge Morales
IISB - Essentials Committee Chair
ISCEA
Mike Sheahan
Master Instructor
ISCEA

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Program endorsements

Entergy Corporation

It is a comprehensive opportunity to really learn about supply chain, technology and strategy.

Michael Atwater

Independence

The content is concrete and precise. It provides you with the power to influence corporate decisions.

Amalia Sepulveda

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FAQs

  • Yes. To receive your official certification from the ISCEA, you will need to complete the three preparatory courses AND successfully pass the exam in this program. You must earn a score of 70% or higher to pass the exam. If you do not complete the three preparatory courses, you will not be eligible to take the exam.
  • Yes. This program includes three exam preparatory courses and the exam. First, you will prepare for the CSCA exam, as well as learn valuable skills and tools to succeed in the supply chain field. Then, you will need to successfully complete the CSCA Exam by earning a score of 70% or higher. Upon completion of the entire program, you will become an ISCEA “Certified Supply Chain Analyst”.
  • The edX certificates, like any course on edX, signal that you have completed this course or program on edX, and have passed! The ISCEA certification, which is delivered separately from the edX course certificate, is the official signal that you are now an ISCEA Certified Supply Chain Analyst with internationally recognized distinction. An ISCEA Certification indicates the successful completion of BOTH the preparatory education courses and the exam.

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