Warehouse & Stock Management Courses

Inventory is often the most valuable asset that a business owns. Those who are responsible for its safe keeping and control have responsible positions. Training on the correct management practices is essential for good Warehouse and stock Management.

Overview

Bizzco offers a number of options in the field of Warehouse and Stock Management. An accredited certification in this field will keep your team up to date on current practices. We teach productivity and give your business a much better chance of being successful and seeing a return on investment.

Choose between a full Learnership, a Skills Programme or a Short Course.

Learning options include classroom based learning, remote access learning and on-line learning.

Warehouse & Stock Management Courses:

SCML01 Learnership: Warehouse and Stock Management

Warehousing and stock control are often thought of as simple tasks which do not require much skill. However, with the sophistication that has been brought into the supply chain and the need for everyone to be attuned and functioning at their peak, many businesses have come to realise the importance of high quality training for warehouse personnel.

Accreditation
MerSETA Accredited Learnership NQF3 83986 130 Credits.

SCMSP01 Skills Programme: Warehouse Team Leader

The warehouse Team Leader is given a tremendous responsibility for not only ensuring that warehouse operations run smoothly, but also for ensuring that all team members are performing as they should. This course will provide the delegate with a deeper understanding of team dynamics, how to motivate and build a team and also provide the fundamentals of warehousing and stock control.

Accreditation
MerSETA Accredited Skills Programme NQF3 SP0912/14-17 48 Credits.

SCMSP10 Skills Programme: Warehouse Controlling Skills

Warehouse Personnel have a responsibility to understand the impact of the inventory in their care on the operations of the business and the greater supply chain. This course provides foundational training in material handling, stock taking, the purchasing cycle and the impact that inventory has on manufacturing.

Accreditation MerSETA Accredited Skills Programme NQF3 SP0851/13-17 30 Credits.

SCMSP05 Skills Programme: Stores and Warehouse Control

Warehousing and stock control are often thought of as simple tasks which do not require much skill. However, with the sophistication that has been brought into the supply chain and the need for everyone to be attuned and functioning at their peak, many businesses have come to realize the importance of high quality training for warehouse personnel.

Accreditation MerSETA Accredited Skills Programme NQF3 SP0866/13-17 25 Credits.

US0104 Short Course: Role of Stocktaking in Ensuring Inventory Accuracy

Stock taking is a key activity for ensuring accuracy of inventory levels. Not only is it used to verify inventory value, but cycle counting is used to keep records accurate on a day to day basis. This programme is beneficial for people working in the warehouse environment who need to know why stocktaking is performed, and to use the variety of stocktaking processes to check stock. They will also be able to perform stock reconciliation and to verify the accuracy of the stock records.

Accreditation MerSETA Accredited Unit Standard NQF3 377362 5 Credits.

US0105 Short Course: The Role of Material Handling in the Warehouse

Do you handle material and/or stock, whether in component form or finished goods, on a daily basis? Are you using the safest, most efficient and effective processes and procedures? This programme covers topics that forms an important part of warehousing and stock handling crucial to successful distribution.

Accreditation
MerSETA Accredited Unit Standard NQF3 377385 10 Credits.

US0111 Short Course: Warehouse and Inventory Control – Manufacturing / Mining

Warehousing and stock in a production plant and mining environment is often very different from distribution inventory. The inventory being controlled here is required to keep the plant or the mine going, known as maintenance or engineering stock. Control of these inventory items means being able to identify inventory which could become obsolete and knowing what to do with this. It also means correctly categorising inventory as critical spares, dangerous items, explosives and monitoring these items carefully.

Accreditation MerSETA Accredited Unit Standard NQF3 377384 10 Credits.

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 We specialize in providing the best quality training for practitioners in the supply chain environment & our training material  is registered with the appropriate SETA.