|Qualification: Advanced Diploma of Logistics Management
Training Package: Transport and Distribution
This qualification is for people who want to learn how to operate at a strategic level in logistics, transport and supply chain management. It provides high-level skills and knowledge for the integrated management of logistics in road and rail transport, warehousing, storage, stevedoring and allied industries. It is suitable for people wishing to seek employment or develop their career in supervisory or management level positions in senior logistics or supply chain management positions across all industries, including manufacturing.
Students will learn how to manage: global freight operations, innovation and continuous improvement; customer service; organisational risk; operations project; and a transport and distribution unit. You will also learn how to plan implement and evaluate: domestic transport requirements, operational plans, transport and distribution plans for dangerous goods, warehouse layouts, budgets, and strategies for transportation services.
These qualification details are indicative only and not comprehensive and may vary in different States and Territories. It is recommended that you confirm all qualifications and training details prior to commencement of any course.
For detailed information about the Training Package that contains this qualification visit the National Training Information Service .
The Advanced Diploma (like the Diploma) prepares candidates for self-directed application of skills and knowledge based on fundamental principles and/or complex techniques. It recognises capacity for initiative and judgment across a broad range of technical and/or management functions. The Advanced Diploma is however, a more specialised qualification than the Diploma and signifies skill and knowledge of a greater complexity and a higher level of personal accountability. It is offered in both the VET and Higher Education sectors, by TAFE institutes, universities and private providers.
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