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Transport & warehouse  

APPRENTICESHIPS

LEVEL 3
 Transport and Warehouse Operations Supervisor
Pathway One 

Start date: Flexible

Typical duration: 18 Months

While warehouse managers are responsible for buildings, equipment and people, the primary responsibility of supervisors and managers should be to identify and then remove barriers to productivity.

 

Most productivity losses in warehouses result from conditions that can and should be corrected by management. By asking how they can be of help, rather than focusing on errors or problems, warehouse managers and supervisors can develop a collaborative relationship with workers, leading to increased productivity.

 

In their day-to-day work, a warehouse operations supervisor interacts with a range of stakeholders and third party agents across a number of organisations and professions, as well as leading a team which would vary in size depending on the organisation.

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MONTH 1

Introduction to programme, including setting expectations

MONTH 2

Health and Safety

MONTH 3

Training and Development

MONTH 4

Legislation and regulations

MONTH 5

Mechanical Handling Equipment 

MONTH 6

Communication

MONTH 7

Scheduling

MONTH 8

Planning

MONTH 9

Operational Management 

MONTH 10

Resource Management

MONTH 11

People Management 

MONTH 12

EPA Gateway

MONTHS 12-15

END-POINT ASSESSMENT

Multiple choice test, project report with presentation and questioning, competency based interview

LEVEL 3
 Transport and Warehouse Operations Supervisor
Pathway Two 

Start date: Flexible

Typical duration: 18 Months

 

 

 

While warehouse managers are responsible for buildings, equipment and people, the primary responsibility of supervisors and managers should be to identify and then remove barriers to productivity.

 

Most productivity losses in warehouses result from conditions that can and should be corrected by management. By asking how they can be of help, rather than focusing on errors or problems, warehouse managers and supervisors can develop a collaborative relationship with workers, leading to increased productivity.

 

In their day-to-day work, a warehouse operations supervisor interacts with a range of stakeholders and third party agents across a number of organisations

.

Download Apprenticeship Overview

MONTH 1

Introduction to programme, including setting expectations

MONTH 2

Health and Safety

MONTH 3

Training and Development

MONTH 4

Legislation and regulations

MONTH 5

Hazchem Safety

MONTH 6

Communication

MONTH 7

Scheduling

MONTH 8

Planning

MONTH 9

Operational Management 

MONTH 10

Resource Management

MONTH 11

People Management 

MONTH 12

EPA Gateway

MONTHS 12-15

END-POINT ASSESSMENT

Multiple choice test, project report with presentation and questioning, competency based interview