The job of Logistics Manager is fast becoming one of the key roles in the business. As manufacturing and production activity in Australia declines, the ability to effectively, efficiently and correctly manage your supply chain end to end from overseas to your customer is becoming a critical role. The Warehouse manager is being replaced by the Logistics Manager and his office is at the front of the business.
Businesses require an effective logistics leader to ensure the effective and efficient running of supply chains – which could be you!
If you’re looking to join the logistics industry, there’s no better place to start than with National Training’s Diploma of Logistics.
Problem solving and organisation skills form the core basis of this diploma, with course units including managing and leading teams, managing a supply chain, monitoring safety and improving transport operation systems.
So, what kind of roles does logistics include?
Upon completion of National Training’s Diploma of Logistics, you will have the skills to handle shipments, warehouse inventory, and be able to perform the duties of transport logistics manager.
This also includes roles like:
- Purchasing and supply logistics clerk.
- Supply and procurement manager.
- Shipping clerk.
- Logistics coordinator.
- Warehouse manager.
- Production manager.
- Transport supervisor.
- Dispatch clerk.
Get a start on your future in logistics and apply to our Diploma of Logistics today!