Supply Chain is a massive industry in Australia, contributing billions of dollars towards our economy, and Warehousing remains to be a crucial field.
This course involves a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a broarder related activities involving known routines, methodes anbd procedures where some discretion and judgement is required in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures within known time constraints
The nationally recognised TLI30321 Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations with a specialisation in warehousing operations, will give you a great introduction to the world of transport, warehousing and logistics, one of Australia’s fastest growing sectors.
This qualification has been developed to meet national standards and requirements and is nationally recognised. It is suited to individuals who are interested in roles such as logistics operator, warehouse operator, and supply chain administration operator.
This is a nationally recognised course delivered by our Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). RTOs are strictly regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). This guarantees you will be studying a quality-assured and nationally recognised qualification.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however students are expected to have written and spoken English skills to the certificate level of the course, as well as access to the internet and a computer in order to enrol in this course
Only students who successfully complete all required units of competency will be issued with an AQF certificate III qualification. Students who complete one or more units, but do not complete the whole qualification will be issued with a statement of attainment for the completed units only.
Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is a process that assesses your competency—acquired through formal and informal learning—to determine if you meet the requirements for a unit of study. Students with previous skills, knowledge or experience are entitled to apply for RPL for a full qualification or individual units of competency. Students will be required to produce evidence and undertake assessment as part of the RPL process.
If you have previously completed a unit/s of competency and can provide valid evidence of AQF certification (issued by an RTO), you are eligible to apply for a credit transfer and would not be required to undertake further study for the unit.