Introduction to inventory management — Part B

Building on part one, this course offers practical tutorials to guide you through the specifics of what should be included in an initial inventory.

Focus on the most important items and how to describe them so they can be clearly recognised and compared. Find out how to better utilise photographs and videos and how to correctly amend or add items to an inventory report.  

Course dates

Start: 12 Sep 2024 - 9:30
End: 12 Sep 2024 - 15:30
Introduction to Inventory Management Part B - Virtual Classroom

Member Cost: £150 (+VAT)
Non-Member Cost: £205 (+VAT)

Start: 8 Nov 2024 - 9:30
End: 8 Nov 2024 - 15:30
Introduction to Inventory Management Part B - Virtual Classroom

Member Cost: £150 (+VAT)
Non-Member Cost: £205 (+VAT)

Excellent informative course which answered a lot of my queries—thanks Kim!

Brenda Blake

The course was highly informative and was instrumental in broadening my knowledge and enhancing my skills in inventory management.

Corina Chopra

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