This qualification covers the essential knowledge and skills to work and succeed in a supply chain role in an office environment (versus Warehouse based roles). Our subjects cover such crucial topics as: records for logistics operations; purchasing and procurement sustainability in logistics. Critical communication skills are covered in-depth to ensure that learners can work effectively with colleagues and customers. This program specifically addresses legal current obligations under Workplace Health and Safety, Chain of Responsibility and Fatigue Management laws in a practical and engaging way.
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Please note that subjects and specific units of competency on offer will vary and may change during your enrolment
Elective subjects may apply and will be determined during the induction process
Safety is paramount in every industry, especially in Warehousing and Logistics. This Subject provides the skills and knowledge required to work in a healthy and safe manner. You will learn to recognise hazards, the importance of safety signs and how to raise safety issues within a warehouse or logistics workplace. This is a great entry level Subject to help you respond to emergency incidents and use manual handling techniques safely.
Note this subject requires live manual handling activities to be undertaken as part of the assessment conditions.
Modern logistics roles require expertise in a range of computer and business systems. This subject will teach you how to use these systems and manage records ie: setting up, using and shutting down computer-based equipment; and inputting, storing and presenting files/data. It also involves implementing workplace procedures for managing and securing data and warehouse records.
Working effectively in the Supply Chain requires a thorough understanding of the logistics, store and warehouse environments. This includes a focus on using quality methods and prioritising strategies to ensure customer satisfaction across Supply Chain management. A number of practical workplace activities are undertaken and used as assessment evidence to ensure new employees get started in the right way.
Any person who has some role in the transport and storage of goods (called the Supply Chain) is responsible for safety. This requires having the skills to identify and manage fatigue; determine and calculate load mass; and ensure compliance with vehicle and storage limits. This is a key Subject to ensure you are aware of your legal obligations and practical ways to meet them.
Significant cost savings can be made by managing purchasing effectively and efficiently. This subject provides the skills and knowledge to manage documentation flow in the purchasing process including the confirmation of goods received and despatched as part of daily your Supply Chain operations.
Customer Service is a key function in all Supply Chain job roles. This Subject will deliver the skills needed to identify internal customers needs and deliver strong customer service. This includes practical service skills with emphasis on customers with special needs, working in a culturally diverse workplace and effective complaint handling skills.
Environmental sustainability is everyone’s responsibility. This Subject explains what sustainable practices are and how you can follow them in your workplace. Content includes recycling programs and ways to monitor usage of business resources so you can identify money saving practices to benefit your business.
Accurate manifests are critical to Supply Chain operations. This Subject will provide the ability to consolidate manifest documentation in accordance with relevant freight codes of practice and regulations. It includes identifying and processing documentation per workplace procedures to ensure proper shipment.
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1,480* - $
45 weeks is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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For a student to be assessed as competent, we must ensure the student has:
Each subject will have a range of formative and summative assessment activities selected based on the units of competency.
Common formative assessment methods used to assess foundation knowledge include written short answer questions, multiple choice questions and match the correct answer questions. These are typed into the online learning platform WebclassM. Case Study scenarios are often used to give relevant context to these questions.
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For typical question and answer activities you will type the answers into the online learning platform WebclassM.
Role Plays will be conducted by phone or video calls eg zoom or MS Teams.
Many practical activities are evidenced by you completing simulations within the online learning system eg data input or completing a sample workplace form or spreadsheet.
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