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National Diploma Freight Logistics Management

National Diploma NQF 5 Freight Logistics Management SAQA ID: 58473 (can offer Warehousing / Distribution Centre Management Learnership, Courier operations management Learnership, Port operations management Learnership)

 Purpose of this Program:

The purpose of this program is to prepare the learner to manage the movement and supply of goods. It involves the planning, handling, storage and transportation of goods nationally as well as internationally .

The qualified learner is exposed to:

  • Written and verbal communication within the business environment in a manner appropriate to the situation
  • Fundamental business concepts relating to the Freight Logistics environment
  • Information technology tools to ensure the effective and efficient handling, storage and transportation of goods within the Freight Logistics environment
  • Developing and implementing strategies and action plans to ensure that goals and objectives, as set out in the strategic and logistical plans, are met
  • The allocation of resources required in maximizing efficiencies in services and freight movement to achieve targets in a freight environment
  • Application of strategies to establish and maintain relationships at all times
  • Planning, implementing and evaluating freight location procedures to ensure freight integrity in a freight logistics environment
  • The Management and proper care of freight by using handling, movement, securing and safeguarding techniques within the freight logistics environment
  • The application of a range of contract documentation, Codes of Practice and professional Ethic practices as they relate to Freight Logistics
  • Application of statutory health and safety requirements within freight storage transit areas within the freight logistics environment
  • Application of Quality management system principles within the freight logistics environment
  • Generating, communicating and the implementation of a logistics plan, which governs the economic and efficient movement and handling of freight so as to satisfy customer and industry requirements
  • Application of the fundamental concepts relating to procurement, distribution, supply chain administration (operation) and logistics as they relate to Freight Logistics
  • Application of International trade principles to formulate solutions to problems, where such solutions are reliant on informed judgement, which affect the safe and efficient movement of freight within the international arena

Duration of the learning programme:

A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of 242 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this learnership runs over a period of 24 months.

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National Certificate Supply Chain Management

National Certificate: Supply Chain Management at NQF Level 5 (TETA).

Purpose of this Program:

To provide learners with the competencies required to engage in the processes and inter-relationships across the supply chain so as to create sustainable value for organisations.

The qualified learner is exposed to:

  • The supply chain management environment within an organisation
  • The management of procurement and relationships with supply chain partners
  • The influence of performance and risk within a supply chain management environment
  • The development of a supply chain strategy and operational plans for the organisation
  • The Management and execution of a supply chain strategy for the organisation

Duration of the learning programme:

A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of 150 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this Learnership runs over a period of 12 months.

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National Certificate Maintenance Coordination

National Certificate Maintenance Coordination at NQF Level 5 (MERSETA).

 Purpose of this Program:

The Program will contribute to increasing levels of efficiency and effectiveness and will develop a common integrated and co-ordinated approach to managing the maintenance function within an organisation. This Qualification will provide learners with a solid grounding in managing the maintenance function within a variety of industries as it will enable them to understand the concepts relating to maintenance, such as preventative maintenance; corrective maintenance; total productive maintenance and improved-designed maintenance. It also addresses the different levels of maintenance and the concepts of failure, mode, effects and critic ability analysis (FMECA).

The qualified learner is exposed to:

  • Communicate effectively with a divergent audience using efficient communication techniques
  • Manage financial aspects relating to a section, department or division
  • Manage the in and outsourcing of product and/or services through ethical contractual procurement processes
  • Manage risk within the maintenance management environment
  • Manage the maintenance management function of the organisation
  • Manage and maintain a level of performance in terms of organisational set standards

Duration of the learning programme:

A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of 160 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this learnership runs over a period of 12 months.

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