The Logistics and Warehousing Skill Set (AE385) offers a range of both entry level jobs and career development opportunities. Roles include general stocktaking and stock control, storage of goods and materials, supply chain operations, delivery services including for mail and consignments, overseeing the entry and dispatch of goods, fulfilling orders in a warehouse, and purchasing and supply of goods. You’ll learn about legislation and regulations that apply to the industry, how to shift loads safely using manual handling methods and operate a forklift safely in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements. The skill set also includes infection prevention and control procedures to help maintain a healthy workplace. In addition you will undertake training to gain your forklift licence.
The typical job roles that you could move into following this course include:
- Freight Handler
- Postal Sorting Officer
- Forklift Operator
- Logistics Coordinator
- Students must be over the age of 18
- All Western Australian residents entitled to undertake publicly funded training, as set out in the ‘WA VET Fees and Charges Policy’, may undertake this course;
- School based students are ineligible to be enrolled.
- Evidence of eligibility will be required.
Students are required to read the Student Handbook and agree to the Terms and Conditions prior to enrolment. All candidates must satisfactorily complete a language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment as well as a course suitability discussion during the enrolment process. You will receive course confirmation after your enrolment has been reviewed.
All students require a valid Unique Student Identifier (USI). Assessment methods vary according to the specific requirements for the unit of competency but may include written knowledge questions, projects, demonstration of skill, reports, and direct observation of practical tasks. Alternative methods of assessment are based on reasonable adjustment.
Practical aspects of the training may be conducted at a different location to the classroom components based on facility availability.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.
Upon successful completion of TLILIC0003 License to operate a forklift truck, we will submit your application to Worksafe for your high risk work license (HRWL).
For us to submit your application you must provide proof of identity (one primary and one secondary form of ID) and two passport photos. Go to Worksafe for specific requirements.
Further information, policies and procedures are located in the Student Handbook as well as within the student information section of our web site. Please ensure you read the Student Handbook before registering.
Information regarding eligibility and course tuition fees specific to each course can be found by following the link to check upcoming course dates and locations.