Warehousing and Storage QCF Diploma L3


Warehousing and Storage QCF Diploma L3

Course Overview: 

This qualification is primarily aimed at candidates who work or would like to work as a senior team member in a warehousing environment within the logistic sector.  The qualification covers the range of activities carried out by senior staff such as team leadership, performance management and the scheduling of operations.

Entry Requirements: 

This qualification is suitable for those who are working as team leaders within a warehousing environment, in addition to their normal warehousing operative duties.

Course Delivery: 

With the support of your assessor you will undertake work based assessments, observations, witness testimonies, case studies, statements and work based evidence.
The qualification requires proof of competence across both mandatory and optional units.
Course Structure

  • Contribute to the provision of customer service
  • Supervise the receipt, storage or dispatch of goods
  • Provide leadership for your team
  • Take responsibility for health, safety and security in your team

Optional units from a selection including:

  • Moving and/or handling goods
  • Check stock levels and record
  • Allocate and check work in your team
  • Recruit, select and keep colleagues
  • Build and manage teams
  • Schedule logistic operations to meet customer requirements
  • Respond to problems in logistic operations
  • Release vehicles for daily tasks
  • Monitor vehicle movements
Progression Opportunities: 
Additional Information: 

Up to 70% funding available. Eligibility criteria applies.


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