This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to operate across a broad range of activities within the warehouse and logistics industry – multiskilling in receive, handle and dispatch stock coming into, or going out of stores or warehouses and chain of responsibility.
This course can be delivered in a flexible program of classroom training and self-paced learning activities. The program runs for 12 months, including:
- 14 weeks’ workshop
- Self-directed learning.
ARC Entry Requirements
To be eligible for this course, students must:
- have completed Year 12 or equivalent;
- be 18 years old and over;
- have a minimum ACSF Level 4;
- complete a language, literacy and numeracy test;
- have work experience or is an existing worker in the TLI sector;
- have basic computing skills;
- be reasonably fit – some lifting will be required;
- must have access to a computer with an internet connection, and
- provide their USI.
Training and Assessment Activities
Assessment methods may include but are not limited to:
- Short answers, projects, reports, portfolio, demo / role-play
Mode of Delivery:
- Face to face
Students will be provided the following support services:
- LLN support
- Career counselling
- Assessment support
- Referral to personal counselling.
Possible Job Roles
- Warehouse supervisor
- Warehouse leading hand
ARC Training does not guarantee successful completion of this course and obtain employment.
This course is delivered in New South Wales and Queensland, funding may be available for eligible participants in NSW and QLD.
Fee For Service
Fee for Service: $5,500
ARC Training can organise a payment plan with you to cover the cost of the course. Please contact an ARC Training representative for more information on 1300 793 146 in NSW or 1300 793 184 in QLD.
Participants will need to complete twenty-one (21) units of competency, three (3) core units and eighteen (18) elective units for this qualification. Please see below for further information.
One of our ARC representatives will be happy to discuss unit selection, recognition of prior learning and credit transfer.
|TLIF0001||Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures|
|TLIF1001||Follow work health and safety procedures|
|TLIL1001||Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures|
|TLIA4032||Organise transport of freight or goods|
|TLIE4006||Collect, analyse and present workplace data and information|
|TLIF0002||Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures|
|TLIF4007||Implement and coordinate accident-emergency procedures|
|TLIF4014||Develop and maintain a safe workplace|
|TLIG3002||Lead a work team or group|
|TLIE3002||Estimate mass / area and quantify dimensions|
|TLIL4005||Apply conflict/grievance resolution strategies|
|TLIL4009||Manage personal work priorities and professional development|
|TLIL4010||Assess and confirm customer transport requirements|
|TLIL4033||Promote effective workplace practice|
|TLIP4005||Manage workplace information|
|TLIR4001||Monitor supplier performance|
|TLIA3018||Organise despatch operations|
|TLIA3019||Organise receival operations|
|TLIA3039||Receive and store stock|
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