Course Title: Map and establish textiles, clothing or footwear supply chain process

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term2 2011

Course Code: MKTG5782C

Course Title: Map and establish textiles, clothing or footwear supply chain process

School: 350T Fashion & Textiles

Campus: Brunswick Campus

Program: C6086 - Advanced Diploma of Fashion and Textiles Merchandising

Course Contact : Ben Stranieri

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 99259112

Course Contact Email:Ben.Stranieri @rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Nominal Hours: 80

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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

LMTGN4018A - Apply textile, clothing and footwear market supply systems

Course Description

This unit covers skills and knowledge to map and establish a supply chain process for a textiles, clothing and footwear (TCF) operation.


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

LMTGN6006A Map and establish textiles, clothing or footwear supply chain process

Element:

1. Identify supply requirements
2. Determine enterprise requirements for suppliers
3. Establish supply chain process
4. Establish on going monitoring arrangements for the supply chain

Performance Criteria:

1.1Projected requirements regarding TCF stock supplies, product quantities, quality and delivery schedules are confirmed.
1.2Identified issues and problems concerning projected requirements are documented.
1.3Resources, supply requirements, availability of machines and personnel are identified and confirmed.
1.4Regular and occasional supply needs are identified and conditions documented
1.5The flow rate for each category of TCF product is determined
2.1Business conditions for supply arrangements are established in consultation with senior management
2.2Specifications for raw materials, products and production processes are confirmed
2.3Testing procedures are established to confirm product and material quality
2.4Import and export rules and regulations for international sources are analysed to determine effect on supply conditions
2.5Communication and documentation protocols are established
3.1Specific information relating to TCF supply chain capacity is obtained and confirmed.
3.2Internal processes are established to ensure receipt and supply of TCF products meet enterprise conditions, quality standards and resource requirements
3.3Purchasing organisation's viability is assessed through the collection and analysis of information
3.4Terms of payment offered by each buyer are obtained, negotiated for advantage and analysed for impact on finances.
3.5Ongoing research is conducted to assess new trends and conditions that may influence supply and demand in the TCF industry

4.1TCF Production planning records are maintained and reports prepared to ensure supply information is accurate and current
4.2Performance indicators are analysed to assess supply efficiency
4.3Action is taken to remedy poor performance areas
4.4Strategies to ensure positive performance are incorporated into the TCF supply chain plan


Learning Outcomes


Global Trade and Power Trends
Identify Supply Requirements
Global Capital Markets and Supply Chain Impacts
Determine Enterprise requirements for suppliers
Global Impacts on Transport Operations
Distribution Centre Operations
Manufacturing Operations
Establish on going monitoring arrangements for the supply chain
World Trade Agreements and Maritime Insurance Industry


Details of Learning Activities

Students must analyse a problem that will effect their supply chain , detail implications of the disruption then plot possible solutions. The entire course is based on the MS Excel assignment built during Work with International textiles, clothing and footwear supply chains MKTG5757C


Teaching Schedule

Week commencing Topic Exercise
5/7/11 “Up for Grabs”-Sustainability Review 1.Identify Supply Requirements
12/7/11 Global Capital Markets and Supply Chain Impacts 1.Identify Supply Requirements
19/7/11 Workshop Scenario-Report 1 20% Exchange rate fluctuations 1.Identify Supply Requirements
2.Determine Enterprise requirements for suppliers
26/7/11 Global Impacts on Transport Operations 3.Establish supply chain process
4.Establish on going monitoring arrangements for the supply chain
3/8/11 Workshop Scenario-Report 2 20% Transport Operations 1.Identify Supply Requirements
2.Determine Enterprise requirements for suppliers
10/8/11 Distribution Centre Operations 3.Establish supply chain process
4.Establish on going monitoring arrangements for the supply chain
17/8/11 Workshop Scenario-Report 3 20%-Distribution Operations 1.Identify Supply Requirements
2.Determine Enterprise requirements for suppliers
24/8/11 Manufacturing Operations 3.Establish supply chain process
4.Establish on going monitoring arrangements for the supply chain
31/8/11 Workshop Scenario-Report 4 20%-Manufacuring Operations 1.Identify Supply Requirements
2.Determine Enterprise requirements for suppliers
7/9/11 Retail Sales 3.Establish supply chain process
4.Establish on going monitoring arrangements for the supply chain
14/9/11 Workshop Scenario-Report 5 20%-Manufacturing contingencies, Just in Time etc.. 1.Identify Supply Requirements
2.Determine Enterprise requirements for suppliers
4/10/11 Submission 3.Establish supply chain process
4.Establish on going monitoring arrangements for the supply chain
11/10/11 1.Identify Supply Requirements
2.Determine Enterprise requirements for suppliers
18/10/11
25/10/11
1/11/11
8/11/11 STUDENT ASSESSMENT WEEK
15/11/11 TEACHER ASSESSMENT WEEK


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References


Other Resources


Overview of Assessment

Workshop Scenario-Report 1 20%
Workshop Scenario-Report 2 20%
Workshop Scenario-Report 3 20%
Workshop Scenario-Report 4 20%
Workshop Scenario-Report 5 20%


Assessment Tasks

SCENARIO 1 20%
"The peoples Bank of China has announced that they will revalue the Yuan by 25% against the AUD Dollar, effective immediately.


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SCENARIO
All Qantas flights scheduled from 1/1/2011 to 14/1/2011 have been cancelled.


SCENARIO
All rentals will increase by 15% effective for the entire year. Carbon tax will increase the lease cost for all road transport by 10%.


SCENARIO 4
All rentals wages will increase by 15% effective for the entire year. Output per worker will decrease by 10%.


Assessment Matrix

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 1 Y   Y  
 2 Y
    
 3 Y Y    
 4 Y Y Y   

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