This qualification is for anyone interested in working within the transport and logistics industry; specifically, in supply chain operations. It includes specialisations for logistics and warehousing operations, which offers fantastic career opportunities and jobs growth since the huge increase recently in online shopping!
You'll learn how to pick, pack and prepare stock for racking in a warehouse; receive, handle and dispatch customer orders; plus you'll build an understanding of the warehousing, logistics and supply chain industries.
The course will also build your teamwork and customer service skills, and cover manual handling technical skills for workplace health and safety. Jobs you would be skilled for include a postal worker. shipping officer, logistics clerk, transport coordinator, freight handler, logistics officer; warehouse worker; or storeperson.
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With the increase of online shopping, supply chain has become the major conduit to fulfil transfer of global goods and services.
The supply chain industry is evolving with the aid of new processes and technologies. You could become a valuable part in an evolving industry by gaining the necessary skills, delivered in TLI30321 BHF8 Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations.
This course is offered in a combination of online and face-to-face learning that can enhance the direct, hands-on skills acquired and put into practice at your workplace.
If you are looking to begin, or to progress your career in the Supply Chain industry, this set of transferable skills will enhance your employability prospects.
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