Are you looking for work or for new opportunities? Our Funded SkillsPack is designed to deliver you the skills to work in, or develop your current career in the Supply Chain, Warehousing and Logistics Industry. The Supply Chain market in Australia is valued at $187 billion dollars and is one of the largest employers in the country.
What you will achieve:
- TLI31319 Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations, plus your choice of elective:
- TLILIC0003 Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck, or;
- TLILIC0004 Licence to Operate an Order Picking Forklift
So what is Supply Chain? A Supply Chain is the process that allows the making and selling of goods at every stage – from the supply of raw materials to the distribution of a finished product.
- Forklift Operator
- Order Picker Operator
- Stock Picker
- Freight Handler
- Container loader/unloader
- Inventory Controller
- Logistics Administrator
- Purchasing and Supply Clerk
- Transport and Despatch Clerk
- Logistics Clerk
- Transport co-ordinator
How can you be part of the Supply Chain revolution that is driving Australia’s economy?
Register to come to one of our no-cost and no-obligation information sessions. These run for around two hours, and this is your chance to learn more about the course, the funding, and ask any questions you may have.
If you wish to enrol, you can do that at the end of the information session.
What are the costs?
- Concession card holder $1 per unit or $14 total
- Non-concessional $4 per unit or $56 total
- Non-funded $107.14 per unit or $1500 total
- TLID1001 – Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
- TLIF0009 – Ensure the safety of transport activities
- TLIA0004 – Complete receival and despatch documentation
- TLIH2001 – Interpret road maps and navigate routes
- TLIA0015 – Organise receival and despatch operations
- TLIX0013X – Maintain stock control and receivals
- TLID2004 – Load and unload goods/cargo
- TLIA1001 – Secure cargo
- TLIE2007 – Use communications systems
- TLIU2012 – Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
- TLIL1001 – Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures
- TLIA0010 – Identify goods and store to specifications
- TLIJ3002 – Apply quality systems
- TLIE3002 – Estimate/calculate mass, area and quantify dimensions
It is important to be able to make an informed decision about which course is the most appropriate for you. We start the program with an information session which is open to everybody who wishes to learn about the course, the outcomes and the expectations. This is also the chance for you to ask any questions about the program.
There is no obligation to enrol in the course – this is all about understanding the program so you can make a decision if it is for you. This session runs for about two hours.
Those who wish to enrol will proceed to the next part of the day, which is where we learn about you and your learning abilities. We will so through a language and literacy assessment to make sure you have the skills required by the program.
The assessment is not about spelling and neat handwriting – it is about us making sure you can understand the material we are going to cover.
Photo identification, Medicare card, concession card (e.g. healthcare concession card if relevant)
There are no formal entry requirements for this course.
The duration of this course will vary based on individual learner needs. People move through training programs at differing rates, based on their personal learning style and approach to education. The duration can begin to be determined at the information session.
A common example is a full program completed over a three week period, but it is about what works for each person. Some people choose to do the course over six months if they wish.
Some people will move through the program faster than others. We will not push you to complete inside a timeframe with which you are not comfortable. Our team wants to see you be successful in achieving the qualification at a pace that is appropriate to you.
Skill and knowledge assessments are an essential step in progressing through your course. You may be assessed in a number of ways while you are studying, including observation, written assessment, questioning, portfolios, work samples, third-party feedback, and through recognition of prior learning.
You are responsible for meeting the minimum occupational health and safety requirements in practical classes. Your trainer will discuss these with you as part of your induction.
If you fail to meet these minimum standards of dress, you will not be permitted entry into practical classes.
Courses are delivered and assessed in English and require you to read comprehensive learner workbooks, complete a range of written assessments, undertake independent research activities and at times engage in online forums and discussions. Furthermore, the delivery mode relies on the extensive use of written communication.
If you have any doubts about whether you have the language, literacy and numeracy skills to undertake a program, please contact our administration team on 1300 556 387 for further information. You can also refer to the Qld Government Department of Small Business, Education and Training.
Face to Face – Students attend classes at scheduled times and are presented with subject material by a Trainer. Practical training is delivered in a simulated work environment.
The Certificate 3 Guarantee Program is a Queensland Government Initiative. The State Government has created a fact sheet on the Certificate 3 Guarantee program. For other departmental fact sheets and general information, visit the Queensland Government Department of Small Business and Training and the Student Handbook.
This is a person who is receiving a benefit of a type that permits them to claim concessional discounts and rates for goods and services.
The most common concessional evidence is a health care card. You can learn more about the health care cards and related federal government services here. One Stop Training provides this link as research assistance only and has no relationship to this service.
You must be 15 years or older to qualify for Certificate 3 Guarantee funding assistance.
If you wish to complete a Forklift or Order Picking Forklift Licence course as an elective, you must be over 18.
There are education criteria for funding eligibility. They are:
- You can’t be currently enrolled in a Certificate III level qualification or higher.
- You can’t have completed a Certificate III level qualification outside of school (those achieved while at school are fine).
- You can’t hold a higher level qualification such as a diploma, bachelor degree
However, if you do, you have options – you may be eligible for Second Chance funding, which is administered through the TAFE system.
You will be required to provide evidence you are a Queensland resident
You will be required to provide evidence you are an Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen or permanent resident.