The NCFE Level 2 Certificate in the Principles of Warehousing and Storage qualification is ideal for learners who want to enter and/or progress from entry roles in the Warehousing and Storage industries. This knowledge based course will support learners already employed in the sector as well as those wishing to enter the warehousing and storage industry.
This course is currently being subsidised by the Grimsby Institute and is free of charge for eligible individuals. If you fail to complete the course a fee £85 is payable to cover the cost of materials and administration plus any registration costs that may have been incurred.
Although there are no formal entry requirements for the NCFE Level 2 Certificate in the Principles of Warehousing and Storage course, due to the nature and course delivery of distance learning we require all applicants to hold a minimum of English Literacy Level 1 or equivalent.
If you are between 19 and 23 years of age you must also have already achieved a full level 2 qualification ie the equivalent of 5 GCSE Grades A- C
If you are unsure of your level of literacy, please undertake a literacy assessment on line at www.learnmyway.com This will take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.
Further instructions are available here
You must have lived in England for the past three years, are aged 19 years or over and are not currently accessing any other government funded training.
On the NCFE Level 2 Certificate in the Principles of Warehousing and Storage course you will learn the following units:
Introduction to warehousing and storage – The learner will demonstrate their understanding of the functions and benefits of warehousing
Understand how to receive and store goods- The aim of this unit is to help the learner understand how to receive and store goods. The learner will also understand the health and safety risks involved in these processes.
Understand how to process orders and prepare them for dispatch.
Understand how to check stock and update records The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of what a stock check is and why and how it is carried out. Learners will also understand how records are updated following a stock check.
Customer service in warehousing and storage – The aim of this unit is for learners to learn about the importance of customer service in warehousing and storage and how it can have positive and negative impacts.
The course requires you to submit two written assessments and you have four weeks to submit each one.
|Duration||8 Weeks - Distance Learning|