Logistics & Transportation Courses
Logistics and distribution is the critical movement of inventory function throughout the supply chain.
Logistics and transportation is the critical movement of inventory function throughout the supply chain. It involves the process of bringing goods into your business, managing them whilst in your control and distributing them to multiple destinations, whether within your own country or across borders.
Logistics & Transportation Courses:
SCML12 - Nat Cert: Logistics in the Supply Chain
The purpose of this learnership is to provide learners with the competencies required to engage in the processes and inter-relationships across the supply chain to create sustainable value for organizations. This qualification is aimed at overcoming the traditional functional approach to operations and management, and at fostering supply chain integration to the advantage of all stakeholders.
CILTL5 BPD03 - Transport Operations
Logistics and Transport keep goods moving around the world. The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is the leading international body for everyone who works within supply chain, logistics and transport. This Professional Diploma will provide you with the skills you need to enhance your career in the fields of transport and logistics.
GIRPLM08 - Logistics: Warehouse Management
Warehouses are like the heart of the business. Knowing how to manage one efficiently should always be on the forefront of any business as a warehouse holds our most important asset – our inventory!
GSMPLM04 - Distribution Management
This course focuses on the distribution network model and its objectives, activities, and distribution inventory management decisions and includes interactive exercises to present the fundamental concepts associated with the distribution environment.
GPSPLM22 - International Trade
International is a key element of Supply Chain Management. Trade policy sets the standard and processes are used to manage. Counter trade is also covered in this course.
GPSPLM18 - Managing Logistics
Ordering procedures to maintain optimum stock levels, storage, and movement of inventory according to organizational policy. The principles of the ordering process and the distribution process is evaluated to determine their purpose.
GPSPLM19 - Inventory Returns/ Reverse Logistics
Why are goods returned? Understanding the processes involved in the return of goods and their implications. The impact of reverse logistics and its effectiveness on the supply chain. Understanding the claims procedure for returns and eliminating problems.
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