Apprenticeship in Warehousing and Storage Level 3

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Apprenticeship in Warehousing and Storage Level 3

Course Overview: 

The aim of the Apprenticeship is to provide the Warehousing Industry with staff who have the knowledge, skills and confidence to help their businesses to grow and to provide a career path for Apprentices to higher level jobs and qualifications.
This qualification is aimed at candidates who work within the warehousing and storage environment and have a Supervisory/Team Leading role.
This qualification has full funding for a limited number of places.

Entry Requirements: 

There are no age restrictions

Course Delivery: 

The programme will be delivered through a series of tutorials and one to one's with candidates and a QCF tutor/assessor.  The Essential Skills programme consists of controlled tasks and confirmatory tests which need to be taken under exam conditions.
The course is ontinually assessed over a 24 month period.  With the support of your assessor you will undertake work based assessments such as observations, witness testimonies, case studies, personal statements and work based evidence.

Progression Opportunities: 

Management Higher Apprenticeship
Purchasing and Supply Management Higher Apprenticship

Additional Information: 

The Apprenticeship at Level 3 consists of the following qualifications;
1.   City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Warehousing and Storage (QCF).
2.   Essential Skills Wales Level 2 in Communication and Level 2 in Application of Number.
3.   Employee Rights and Responsibilities.

Contact: 

01792 284400


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