Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations (Warehousing Operations)

Jobs and Skills WA: Warehousing courses
Get started in your warehousing career!

If you would like to become a warehouse operator, storeperson, logistics worker or postal officer — this is the course for you!

You'll learn all aspects of working in warehouse operations, including how to complete receival and despatch paperwork; check specifications of goods and store items; prepare items for despatch or pickup; conduct stocktakes;  manage and monitor inventory;  and lift and carry items safely.

Warehousing is an interesting area that offers fantastic job and career opportunities — here's how to get into it!

Apprenticeship or Traineeship
Industry: Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
National course code: TLI30321 | WA State ID: AD04

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Despatch a warehousing career

Learn the basic skills in warehousing to join the growing transport and logistics workforce.

Gain these skills:

  • Pick, pack and prepare stock for racking in a warehouse
  • Receive, handle and despatch customer orders
  • Build an understanding of the warehousing, logistics and supply chain industries
  • Team work and customer service
  • Manual handling technical skills
  • Work, health and safety

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