Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management
Next Session: August 3, 2020 through October 23, 2020
Application Deadline: July 27, 2020
WHAT IS THE CERTIFICATE?
The Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management is an online executive education program that can level up your career.
The Certificate provides PROACTIVE LEARNING in the space of packaging development, material procurement, and organizational management.
COURSES YOU'LL TAKE
Major companies, products and markets, including market share concentration, key success factors, current volumes and forecasts.
Core management skills such as project management, problem-solving, administrative and being financially savvy.
Introductions to the major regulatory agencies and applicable laws for packaging compliance in key industries.
Fundamental material properties of fiberboard substrates converted to Paperboard and Corrugated packaging solutions.
Fundamental material properties of Glass, Metal, and Polymers converted to packaging solutions.
Catch your breath! You’ve been working hard.
Core printing processes and finishing techniques employed to apply brand assets and required labeling to packaging.
Stakeholders and best practices of packaging development across functions: R&D, marketing, sales, procurement, legal, distribution, quality control, manufacturing, warehousing, point-of-sale, and end-user.
Packaging line optimization and basic production equipment types. Strategies to increase production efficiency.
Setting up a logistics plan, defining your distribution system, and developing test protocols to ensure successful and on-time delivery of your products.
Triggers to influence perception, cognition, appeal and decision-making in your customers.
Review and test your knowledge on all that you have gleaned from the courses.
Get your framed Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management via the mail, OR, visit us in Greenville, SC for a fun graduation experience!
HOW IT ALL WORKS
Julie Rice Suggs, PhD
MEET DR. JULIE SUGGS
As the Academic Director and lead professor, Julie on-boards the students to the 12-week program through a series of calls and e-mails.
Accompanying the 11 courses, there is a project called the Packaging Development Plan (PDP) that students are asked to complete on a weekly basis.
This is an ongoing project throughout the Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management program and results in a fantastic asset for students to share with any stakeholder involved in bringing their projects to life.
Dr. Suggs reviews the projects and will offer feedback and assistance to each and every student.
This personal attention makes the Certificate of Mastery in Packaging Management course stand out from other online courses.