Who should consider an introductory short course?
For individuals who are new to the logistics industry, completing a short course provides them with the relevant information they need to feel confident in their new role. For example, a short supply chain and logistics course will ensure a new packing employee is aware their job has a wider purpose.
Who should consider an intermediate short course?
Intermediate courses are appropriate for experienced logistics workers or supervisors who wish to move into more senior manager roles. After completing a short course a supervisor will have a greater understanding of how their supply chain works and how it needs to be supported and maintained.
Who should consider an advanced short course?
Advanced courses are ideal for managers in the logistics industry who want to gain more insight into departments they oversee or work closely with. They will not only be able to understand how a supply chain works after completing a short course, but how supply chains can be improved.
Some of the short courses offered by Logistic Learning Alliance can count as credits towards CILT units, helping an individual to achieve a CILT qualification if desired. Whether an individual applies for an introductory, intermediate or advanced short course, all of our programmes are based on competence and the ability to apply skills in the workplace. By completing a course and advancing their knowledge and understanding of logistics management, an individual is benefitting themselves and the company they work for as a whole.