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Warehousing and Logistics Operations Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship

Developed by Skills for Logistics – the standards-setting body for the sector – this apprenticeship covers different aspects of the logistics sector. It’s ideal for any employee who needs a basic grounding before specialising in either traffic office, warehousing and storage, or driving goods vehicles.

What do I learn?
Logistics Operations Apprenticeships provide learners with knowledge and skills in specialist areas of expertise. Areas include mail and package distribution, warehousing and storage, import and export, driving goods, traffic office and transport departments.

On the apprenticeship you cover the following is a framework of qualifications consisting of the following:
• Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Logistics Operations Apprenticeship
• Functional Skills in English Level 1
• Maths Level 1
• ICT Level 1
• Employment Rights and Responsibilities

The Level 2 Certificate in Logistics Operations is a combined qualification that forms both the competence and knowledge elements of the apprenticeship.

All aspects of training are completed in college on day release and in the workplace, or solely in the work place (dependant on the employer’s needs). An assessor will regularly visit you in the workplace to gather work-based evidence.

Apprenticeships let you benefit from real-life work experience which you will get day-to-day from your job. This experience is supported by theoretical knowledge gained at college in both classroom and workshop based sessions/assessments.

For the NVQ you will build up a portfolio, which is a collection of examples or evidence of your work that demonstrates your skills and ability, including a work diary, photos, statements from your employer and colleagues and examples of completed tasks.

Assessment consists of practical tasks, observations, oral questioning, written questions, assignments and projects. The functional skills are assessed through written tests.
What do I gain?
You gain recognised qualifications and valuable industry experience, making you more employable.
What do I need?
Upon application you will be invited in for an interview and an initial assessment to make sure that the course is right for you. There are no other restrictions to becoming an apprentice except that you need to be over the age of 16 and to have been settled in the UK for at least the past three years.
What do I gain?
You can progress to:
• Advanced Apprenticeship and Level 3 Certificate in Logistics Operations
• Advanced Apprenticeship and Level 3 Diploma in Driving Goods Vehicles
• Advanced Apprenticeship and Level 3 Certificate in Traffic Office