- Subject Area
- Logistics & Automotive
- Age Group
(Full Time - 1 year)
Logistics is about moving and storing things (including people) around the UK and the rest of the world. Look around you – virtually EVERYTHING you see has been handled by the logistics industry whether it’s the chair you are sitting on; the clothes you are wearing or the food you ate for breakfast today – it has all been moved it at some point.
Think about the last music festival you went to, how did the food, drinks, stage, toilets and even the artists get there? All by the Logistics industry!
Logistics is not just trucks, it includes trains, buses, aeroplanes, ships and warehousing. It is a diverse and exciting industry which rewards people who can work in a fast paced environment.
You will may have heard of companies such as UPS, Eddie Stobart, TNT, Royal Mail and DHL but there are 196,000 logistics companies operating in the UK alone, it is an industry which employs 1 in 12 people!
As part of the level 2 programme if you will complete your theory driving test and hazard perception test and if you progress onto a level 3 programme you will complete your practical driving test with us (subject to eligibility).
• Customer servicing and Marketing
• Freight Transport Services
• Warehousing and Inventory
The course includes visits to some of the largest logistics hubs in the UK which will give you an overview of the logistics industry.
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How will I be assessed?
• Your study will involve classroom sessions and practical sessions in a simulated working environment
• You will also visit some of the largest logistics hubs in the UK.
Continuing Your Journey
• Level 3 Certificate in logistics and transportCareers page
• Level 3 Certificate in global logistics
• Level 3 Certificate in green logistics.
Many students go on to work within the logistics industry either within road, rail, passenger or air transport. Roles include:
• Driver (Trucks, trains, buses, vans…)
• Warehouse operator or fork lift truck driver
• Transport Planner
• Accounts Assistant
• Customer Services
• Operations Management
• Human Resources, Payroll
• Vehicle cleaning and mechanics
• Information Technology.
Fees, Finance & Funding
There are a number of funding and finance options to help you afford the tuition fees for this course and any other costs associated with studying at college. These include special grants and bursaries, as well as dedicated loans just for education. You can find out which are relevant and available to you on our Fees, Finance and Funding page.Fees, finance and funding page
Got a question?
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