Certificate III in supply chain operations TLI30319

Certificate III in supply chain operations TLI30319

Qualifications

Certificate III in Warehousing Operations TLI31616

The Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations covers a wide range of key tasks in general warehouse duties. This qualification can be delivered on your site and tailored to suit your specific warehouse needs. Industry experience trainers will teach your staff how to confidently manage, maintain and coordinate warehouse operations leading to increased inventory effectiveness, reduction in errors and improved systematic flow of operations.

DELIVERY

Delivery of this qualification (mixed mode) includes units delivered by e-learning and the remainder delivered either via zoom or on site by trainers.

Training will commence once a TCID has been issued and the student fee has been paid and the contract registered with Smart and Skilled (STS).

Training times will be mutually agreed to suit business operations to ensure minimum disruption to the workplace.

Assessments – students will be required to complete a series of assignments and practical work-based activities to develop their on job competencies. Employers will be updated on a regular basis about student progress every 6 months but can discuss progress at any time.

Delivery of training and assessment will then take up to 12 months depending on the student completing all assigned tasks and assessments.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

COURSE DETAILS
14 units must be completed – 2 core + 12 elective units:

Units:

  • Implement and monitor WHS procedures
  • Shift materials safely using manual handling strategies
  • Maintain stock control and receivables
  • Apply quality systems
  • Using inventory systems to organise stock control
  • Identify goods and store to specifications
  • Organise dispatch operations
  • Organise warehouse records operations
  • Chain of responsibility
  • Monitor storage facilities
  • Complete receivable and dispatch documentation
  • Coordinate stock takes
  • Complete workplace orientation/ induction procedures
  • Pick and process orders
  • Conduct housekeeping activities
  • Work effectively in a team
Pathways

Employment Pathways: 

Job roles in the industry could lead to employment as a warehouse storeman or stock controller. 

Educational Pathways: 

BSB42015 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management.

Certificate III in Retail (Hardware) SIR30216

Certificate III in Retail (Hardware) SIR30216

Qualifications

Certificate III in Retail (Hardware) SIR30216

man in hardware shop

This qualification has been designed and developed to specifically meet the needs of the hardware industry and staff.

The qualification provides participants with key skills and knowledge that allows them to engage with customers, provide in-depth product and service offerings,  sell to customers, organise and maintain work areas and displays, and carry out specific work responsibilities to required organisational expectations and safety.

Individuals will have a good foundation of product and service knowledge that will enable them to interact effectively with customers and facilitate sales and service.

Delivery

Our traineeship model is aimed at being flexible utilising a combination of online, workbook, electronic and face to face delivery to suit participants.

Delivered over approximately 12 – 18 months training sessions occur every 6  to 8 weeks with continual support and tuition via Skype, email and telephone communication.

Practice and implementation of new skills and learnings are applied directly in the workplace with the supervisor overseeing progress between visits.

Course Details

13 Units to be completed – 8 Core Units & 5 Electives

Core Units:

  • Engage the customer SIRXCEG001
  • Assist with customer difficulties SIRXCEG002
  • Build customer relationships and loyalty SIRXCEG003
  • Work effectively in a team SIRXCOM002
  • Work effectively in a service environment SIRXIND001
  • Identify and respond to security risks SIRXRSK001
  • Sell to the retail customer SIRXSLS001
  • Contribute to workplace health and safety SIRXWHS002

Electives

  • Receive and handle retail stock SIRRINV001
  • Support marketing and promotional activities SIRXMKT001
  • Produce visual merchandise displays SIRRMER001
SPECIALITY PATHWAYS

Hardware

Units allow for the development of more in-depth product knowledge in relation to a range of specific hardware products such as tools, door and window furniture, pool equipment and accessories, plumbing, and paints and accessories.

  • Develop product knowledge BSBPRO0401
  • Contribute to workplace innovation BSBINN201

Timber

These units allow participants to develop a greater understanding  of a wide range of timber products such as the structural grading of timber, plywood, decking, flooring, fascia/trim timbers, and specific species such as kwila, oak, spotted gum, and a range of hardwood and softwoods. It will assist individuals to understand the applications of such timbers including their use; treatment and suitability for both indoors and outdoors.

  • Apply wood and timber knowledge FWPCOT2241
  • Recommend specialist products and services SIRRRPK214

Nursery

Units provide participants with a good understanding of the types of common nursery plants to be found in a hardware nursery. These units cover basic plant recognition and their culture, and maintenance and care of nursery plants including weeding, feeding and pruning.

  • Provide information on plants & their culture AHCPEM302
  • Maintain nursery plants AHCNSY301