Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations

College of Warehousing (Australia) Pty Ltd

This qualification is part of the Transport and Logistics Training Package. It is a general qualification for the Warehousing and Storage Industry. It involves a broad range of skilled applications including requirements to evaluate and analyse current practices, to develop new criteria and procedures for performing current practices, and to provide leadership and guidance to others in applying skills and planning skill development.

Entry Requirements:

No minimum education

Structure:

21 units: 3 core; 18 elective

Subjects you can Study:

Core: Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures; Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures; Follow work health and safety procedures. Electives: Organise transport of freight or goods; Assess and monitor optimum stock levels; Regulate temperature controlled stock; Operate a forklift; Collect, analyse and present workplace data and information; Organise transport workload; Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures; Coordinate the erection and dismantling of temporary storage facilities; plus more.

Related Careers:

Storeperson, Transport Clerk,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Mitchell No info No Online
Mitchell No info No
Established in 1992, College of Warehousing (Australia) Pty Ltd is a Registered Training Organisation located in Canberra, Queensland and New South Wales. The College offers courses from Diploma of Logistics to Certificate II in Warehousing Operations. The College also offers fatigue management, load restraint, forklift licensing, first aid, CPR, manual handing plus much more. The College offers most courses online, and workplace training in Certificate 111 to Diploma levels are available in-house for groups.

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