CILT (UK) Level 1 Award in Logistics and Transport
The Level 1 Award in Logistics and Transport has been designed to offer an entry-level overview and a basic insight into the logistics and transport industry.
It also introduces students to different types of written communications, teaching them skills to draw information from a variety of documents.
There is currently a huge skills shortage in the industry resulting in the sector needing to recruit 900,000 individuals leading up to 2020.
When will I start the course and how long will it take?
This course has various start dates through out the year.
What will I study?
The Qualification comprises of three mandatory units:
- Introduction to Logistics - Providing the student with an overview of the general practices in the working environment.
- Transport and Distribution In Logistics - Introduces the student to the vital role played by logistics, it will also show how distribution of goods is key to logistics.
- Introduction to Business
- Communications - Introduces the student to a variety of business communications, including letters, emails, reports and presentations.
How is it assessed?
You will be supported through assessment by your tutor.
Do I need any previous qualifications to start this course?
No, the course is suitable for absolute beginners' and those who may have an interest in a career within this growing industry.
What are the course fees?
Course fees are dependent on your personal circumstances and you may be eligible for funding. For more information, please click here.
What can I go on to do once I have completed this course?
Upon successful completion, you can progress onto out CILT Level 2 Certificate in Logistics and Transport.
I'm interested in this course, what do I do next?
If you would like any further information in relation to this course, please contact our enquiries team directly on 0800 99 66 99 or email enquire @ sthelens.ac.uk or drop into our next Enrolment and Information Event. Alternatively, submit an application form to secure a place.Ref: Tracey Boardman