Irvin Varkonyi, CSCP 
APICS DC Metro Chapter #127 
703 863-9686 


March 16-20, 2015


Embassy Suites Springfield 
8100 Loisdale Rd.
Springfield, VA 22150

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Your Instructor 

Irvin Varkonyi, CSCP, PLog, MBA

Irvin is President of Supply Chain Operations Preparedness Education (SCOPE). Three decades of experience in air transportation and logistics are integrated into his classes for undergraduate and graduate students as well as his adult learners. He is a certified, experienced instructor in professional development instruction, with the Washington DC Metro APICS chapter. Irvin holds adjunct faculty positions with American Public University, George Mason University’s School of Public Policy, and Northern Virginia Community College.

Mr. Varkonyi has spoken extensively at national conferences for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, APICS, ASIS, Eyefortransport, International Cargo Security Council, Old Dominion University and the Heritage Foundation. Mr. Varkonyi holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He is a Certified Supply Chain Professional and a Professional Logistician from the Logistics Institute.

           Public LOA Full Week CSCP Workshop                      March 16-20, 2015


Scope:  From manufacturers to service providers, regardless of whether a firm’s clients are businesses or consumers, for-profit or not, supply chain management (SCM) impacts all organizations.  Customers already demand high quality and low prices.  In today’s world, the importance of buyer convenience, delivery speed and promise date reliability is increasing exponentially from a client's value perspective.  As a result, flawless deployment has become essential to competing successfully in a global marketplace.

Logistics Officers in all branches of the military must undertake continuous improvement to meet the needs of their service as well as prepare for the requirements which they will face in their transition to the commercial sector. CSCP takes a broad view of the SCM field, extending beyond internal operations to encompass all the links throughout a value network—from the supplier, through the company, to the end consumer—and how to effectively integrate, manage, and innovate these processes to optimize trading partner performance.  A full suite of Web tools with an online dictionary, e-flashcards, and pre- and post-tests are included with each Participant Learning System.

Who Should Attend?  Operations or IT specialists holding a bachelor degree, an APICS or ISM certification, or five years of business or military experience qualify to sit for the CSCP certification Exam.  CSCP’s designation is ideal for ERP systems analysts, consultants engaged by DOD, large retailers, distributors, manufacturers, or those engaged in logistics, international trade or financing, ERP or BPR projects. Substantial reading assignments must be completed before every session, including the first.

Pricing is all-inclusive (materials, Web access, Exam fee, tuition plus a free 3-hour Review Session). To register please click on the link below.  Allow at least 2 weeks before our opening session to receive your materials..  CSCP Learning System materials consist of the following:

  • 2015 CSCP Participant Learning System (1000+ pages)
  • CSCP Slide Deck
  • CSCP Exam Voucher (valid for one year)

Curriculum:  Classes are highly interactive with a rich variety of study tools, peer discussions, team exercises, videos, web clips and case studies.  Over nine hours are devoted to each of the three modules within the CSCP program:

     1. Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management

     2. Supply Chain Strategy, Design and Compliance

     3. Implementation and Operations

Register Now!               CPIM attendees completing this course are awarded 35 Certification Maintenance points.