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Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving - Supply Chain Management Lab



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  • Private message to Casey Martin

This is such a cool idea, I hope they have opportunities like this inthe schools in my area.  This is a great way to learn and use work/life skills in a real situation. This allows students to see different areas of business and how those areas work/function, and what it takes to get products ready to go in and out the door. 

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  • Private message to Mary Morel

Love this! Hands on experience and life skills practice! This framework will prepare our future leaders of the world. More importantly, understanding and knowing the details of how your "product" arrives in the consumer's hands can help improve customer satisfaction and lower the costs of doing business. This idea is an essential aspect of any successful company.

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  • Private message to samantha henry

I like how they are learning lifestyles skills.   Regardless of whatever job you take in life you will  need life skills.   It's good they're getting a chance to actually work in ã distribution center hands on.  

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  • Private message to Janice Keys

The instructor allowed the students hands-on learning and each student had the opportunity to learn each position. This will advance each student to have multiple experiences. Collaboration between each workstation will give others different ways to reach a new position.

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  • Private message to Tracy Keith

These students are learning life skills and training for their future. These skill are important whatever job they decide to do in the future. Picking, packing, shipping, and receiving teaches accuracy and efficiency, which are necessary to be successful in any career.  

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