Overview

Effective management of stores and inventory control is critical for the smooth functioning of an organization’s supply chain. It is essential to achieve a constant and efficient flow of products and services, which can pose significant challenges in terms of processes, organization, and cost. The FreeBalance Stores and Inventory Management course is designed to equip individuals with the essential tools and knowledge needed to run efficient, robust, and adaptable warehouse and inventory operations in public sector organizations. 

Course Objectives

  • Understand the importance of inventory and its role in service delivery
  • Examine the most appropriate method for managing an item
  • Understand the value chain in inventory management 
  • Apply best practices to optimize investments in inventory
  • Examine appropriate inventory management techniques for each type of item

Course Content

  • Inventory register
  • Inventory adjustments
  • Inventory transfer
  • Inventory management transactions
  • Inventory management reports

Target Audience

  • PFM Consultants
  • GRP Consultants
  • Business Analysts
  • Civil Servants
  • Policymakers
  • Auditors
  • Resellers
Dates On Demand
Length 0.5 days
Pace Self Paced
Fees $50 (Introductory Price)
Language English

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