The NEW Diploma of Logistics is here. It has 15 units, an increase of one unit. The new Diploma of Logistics code is TLI50415. The additional unit of competency is ‘Administer Chain of Responsibility policies and procedures’ and is a core unit.
Talk us about the new Diploma and how you can transition from the old Diploma to the new Diploma of Logistics.
If you Warehousing and Logistics are a key component in any supply chain. In Australia, the industry is the third largest employer of people. Natural disasters, such as floods and cyclones, test every aspect of logistics. To become involved in this dynamic and ever changing industry, you need to have knowledge and education in all aspects of Warehousing and Logistics. College of Warehousing (RTO number 1623) is the leader in providing training for this industry in Australia through its online, flexible learning system. If you are looking for a career in this exciting environment, you need to contact us!
If you are just commencing in this industry, a Certificate III in Warehousing is what you need as a Warehouse Storeperson. If you are a Team Leader or Supervisor, complete a Certificate IV. If you aspire to become a Manager in this field, then the Diploma of Logistics is for you!
Supply chain management is a dynamic area that requires logistics personnel to respond to a demanding environment. Logistics organisations place a high value on staff who can quickly assess a situation, make decisions and develop innovative solutions.
The TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics gives you a thorough understanding of the sector and will prepare you for a career in logistics, including roles in warehousing, road transport and freight forwarding. The Diploma of Logistics is ideal for a logistics worker with some experience who would like to formalise their knowledge with a qualification.
A diploma-level qualification will enable graduates to apply for management roles in areas including warehousing, road transport, vehicle fleet, logistics operations, 3PL, and supply chain management.
Students will emerge with a sound knowledge of best practice logistics and warehousing systems and their role in it.
Employment in the supply chain sector is set to grow strongly in the near future, based on current trends. Logistics and warehousing is a crucial area where businesses can make plenty of efficiency gains so people with the right skills will be key to this expansion.
- Logistics Manager
- Supply Manager
- Supply Superintendent
- Inventory Controller
- Warehouse Team Leader
- Warehouse Controller
- Freight Scheduler
- Transport Operations