Comments about Certificate III in Transport & Distribution (Warehousing & Storage) - On Campus - Bendigo - Victoria
This course is designed for those employed in the distribution sector managing and organising tasks such as storage, order picking, despatch, delivery, documentation and administration. Note that training and assessment is conducted predominantly in the workplace.
To be eligible for this course, you must have a minimum level of basic numeracy and literacy. Other Entry Requirements You must be employed as a trainee to undertake this course.
Certificate III in Transport & Distribution (Warehousing & Storage)
Key Study Areas
* Goods handling
* Driving vehicles
* Handling loads
* Documentation & calculations
* Ensuring safe working practices
* Customer service
* Quality Procedures
Where • Bendigo (City Campus)
This course can be studied either full time or part time.
Selection Process • No Selection Process Required
After successful completion, you will have strong career paths leading to jobs such as international logistics management.
Further Study Options
After successful completion of this course you may be able to progress into Certificates IV, V & VI in Transport & Distribution.
Certificate IV in Transport (Warehousing & Storage) :: TDT40102
Excursion :: EXCUR001
You will be assessed as part of this course.
A minimum of 21 of the following units needs to be selected to complete this course. An example of typical units can be seen here. Contact the teaching centre to customise your training plan to meet your workplace requirements.
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
TDTA1197B Package Goods
TDTA1297B Pick And Process Orders
TDTA1397B Receive Goods
TDTA1597B Complete Receival/Despatch Documentation
TDTA1697B Use Inventory Systems To Organise Stock Control
TDTA1797B Apply Product Knowledge To Organise Work Operations
TDTA1897B Organise Despatch Operations
TDTA1997B Organise Receival Operations
TDTA2097B Replenish Stock
TDTA2197B Despatch Stock
TDTA2297B Participate In Stocktakes
TDTA2497B Organise Warehouse Records Operations
TDTA2698B Monitor Storage Facilities
TDTA3901A Receive and store stock
TDTC197B Drive Vehicle
TDTD1097B Operate A Forklift
TDTD197B Shift Materials Safely Using Manual Handling Methods
TDTD297B Shift a load using manually-operated equipment
TDTD397C Handle Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Substances
TDTD497B Load And Unload Goods/Cargo
TDTE197B Present Routine Workplace Information
TDTE297B Estimate/Calculate Mass, Area And Quantify Dimensions
TDTE397B Participate In Basic Workplace Communication
TDTE497B Prepare Workplace Documents
TDTE597B Carry Out Basic Workplace Calculations
TDTE897B Process Workplace Documentation
TDTF197B Follow OHS Procedures
TDTF297B Conduct Housekeeping Activities
TDTF397B Implement And Monitor OHS Procedures
TDTG197B Work Effectively With Others
TDTJ197B Apply Quality Procedures
TDTJ297B Apply Quality Systems
TDTK197B Use Infotechnology Devices And Computer Applications In The Workplace
TDTL197B Complete Workplace Orientation/Induction Procedures
TDTB297B Test equipment and isolate faults
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.