APICS courses for every supply chain and operations professional

Whether you need to streamline your supply chain or master the basics of materials and operations management—APICS Toronto Chapter provides exam review courses, exam preparation materials, and workshops to help you:

  • increase your functional and strategic knowledge.

  • enhance your professional performance to advance your career.

  • make positive contributions to your company and impact your company's bottom line.

  • prepare for the APICS CPIM and CSCP exams.

  • increase the functional knowledge of you and your team.

Decide what APICS course is right for you

Choose from a variety of APICS courses offered in your community or online. In addition to APICS certification review courses, APICS courses cover critical supply chain and operations management functions, including:

APICS certification review courses for individuals interested in earning the APICS CPIM or CSCP designations, available both through local colleges and at the chapter office. Please note that professionals who wish to take our chapter office CPIM review courses must meet pre-qualifying experience criteria.

  • APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management

  • APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional

In-demand courses and workshops available through colleges or customized for in-company delivery.

  • APICS Toronto Annual Student Case Competition

  • APICS Lean Enterprise Workshop Series

  • APICS Global Sourcing Workshop Series

  • APICS Inventory Control Workshop Series

  • Theory of Constraints: Concepts and Principles Workshop Series

Our courses and body of knowledge are accredited by the CanadianSupply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC).

The National Accreditation Program (NAP) was established to recognize supply chain-related educational offerings that meet the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council's national standard. The NAP standard – developed in partnership with the Canadian Standards Association and with significant input from supply chain stakeholders – reflects industry's needs and educators' best practices.

To find out more about the CSCSC and the good work that they do, please visit their website.