Focus & Features:

Supply chain excellence comes from business strategy, and is a core driver of corporate competitiveness, winning in the market, and delivering superior shareholder return. In a globalized business environment, organizations increasingly find that they must rely on effective supply chains to compete in the world market made more expansive by the networked economy. This program provides a basic understanding of Supply Chain auditing principles and tools both for auditors as well as non-auditors with internal control responsibilities. The methodologies include a combination of lectures, case studies and group discussions to provide a comprehensive learning process.

What You Will Learn

The program will enable participants to learn and/or apply the following:

Supply Chain Strategies

  • Enterprise supply chain strategies
  • Business goals translated to Supply Network Design
  • Go to Market Strategy
  • Supply chain design & Planning

Organization Design

  • Supply Chain Management responsibilities
  • External supply chain partners
  • Business continuity planning

Manufacturing Process

  • Product Formulation, Bill of Materials and the fundamental Production Processes
  • Establishment of optimum inventory levels and the monitoring process
  • Materials sourcing – from ordering to scheduling, and releasing of materials with suppliers
  • Goods receiving
  • Defective materials management
  • Inventory Warehouse Management
  • Obsolete and non-performing inventory management
  • Material transfers to production
  • Conversion of Products to Finished Goods
  • Fixed Assets Management
  • Spare-parts Management
  • Experimental orders

Logistics & Distribution

  • Receiving of Finished Products
  • Warehouse storage and handling
  • Processing and monitoring of inventory movements
  • Returns logistics, non-performing inventory, and scrapping
  • Delivery preparation and shipments
  • Third Party Logistics Providers Management & Governance

Financial Controls & Information System

  • Standard Cost Setup
  • Monitoring of Variances
  • Recording of Receipts & Issuance in the Warehousing System
  • Production and Cost Allocation
  • Cost Monitoring
  • Capital Planning, Risk Assurance, and Construction Auditing
  • Accounts Reconciliation

Executing a Supply Chain Audit

  • Creating an Engagement Plan
  • The Engagement Plan Template
  • Management Alignment
  • Executing the Audit
  • Case Study & Group Discussion

Who Should Attend

The seminar is ideal for auditors who regularly conduct audit of supply chain functions as well as business controls facilitators who do not perform audit but hold stewardship responsibilities.


Institute of Internal Auditors Philippines, Inc.
139 Corporate Center, Valero Street,
Makati City, Philippines

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