Structure of Qualifications
As a service based economy, the UK relies on the accurate and timely distribution of goods and materials as a key part of the commercial wellbeing of the country, and, of course, our vitally important export trade.
The qualifications are based on a number of mandatory and optional units, so that the learner and employer can design a qualification specifically around the needs of the individual and the business.
Level 2 is for those people who are doing the job or want to see their job skills enhanced and developed, while Level 3 is for those who are managing the logistics process or are working towards this level of responsibility.
We structure the assessment process around the needs of the individual. Assessments can be carried out in the workplace, on site or at the customers’ premises, and we can cover any UK geographic area.
Learners receive a comprehensive induction with a full analysis of current skill levels
Learners are seen monthly by appointment and will work with a qualified assessor with wide experience of the qualification
Email and telephone contact supports the learning process
Typically, a level 2 award will take about six months to complete while a level 3 will take between six months and a year, but the timescale is flexible to take into account the learner’s job role and circumstances.
Costs and Funding
The qualifications have the potential for funding depending upon the learners’ employment and relative experience. We will be pleased to advise on an individual basis. There is also an apprenticeship pathway to these qualifications.
Please contact us for further information or call on 0151 336 6900