Warehousing and Storage
Course Code: PT81
Subject area: Business, Management & HR
Awarding body: City & Guilds
Qualification: City & Guilds
Course type: Part-time
Time of Day: Daytime
Duration: Flexible starts and completion dates
When you'll study: Learning will be delivered and assessed in the workplace
This Level 2 Certificate in Warehousing and Storage allows you to develop your skills in the sector whilst gaining a nationally recognised qualification valued by employers. This qualification will give you the opportunity to prepare for a career in logistics by increasing your understanding and competence in the workplace. The course is a valuable contribution to your continued professional development and is must for those looking to thrive in a career in logistics!
This qualification consists of the following mandatory units:
- health, safety and security at work
- develop effective working relationships with colleagues in logistics operations.
You will also have the opportunity to select additional units from a wide range of subject areas specific to your job role, for example:
- stock picking, packing and storing
- order packing, preparing and assembling
- using equipment (forklift, crane, hoist)
- stock receipt, despatch and stock level management
- customer service in logistics.
There are no formal entry requirements, although you must be employed in an warehousing and storage setting with supervisory responsibilties and permission for work-based assessments from your employer.
There are no formal exams – all work is assessed on an ongoing basis throughout the programme, using a variety of assessment methods such as: observations, product evidence, witness testimonies, case histories, personal statements, professional discussions and written and verbal questions.
On successful completion of this qualification, you can progress:
- into employment
- into further study – for example progression onto the Level 3 Certificate in Logistics Operations or Higher Education.
Fees quoted apply to courses starting in the academic year 2018/19 (August 2018 – July 2019). There may be a slight increase in fees for courses starting 2019/20.