Certificate in Logistics Operations (Bridging course for TLA Diploma)
Night Class (12 evenings, 7-10pm):
- 04 Apr – 30 May 2017 (Tue & Thurs), Intake: 9
- 02 Aug – 25 Sep 2017 (Mon & Wed), Intake: 10
- 02 Nov – 19 Dec 2017 (Tue & Thurs), Intake: 11
Day Class (4 days, 9am – 6pm):
- 10, 11, 17 & 18 Apr 2017 (Mon & Tue), Intake: 13
Read what our participants have learnt from this course…
I have 10 years of working experience in the warehouse. This course helps me to understand the overall process in the supply chain management and how to be an effective warehouse personnel in planning the process well. I also learn new knowledge on transportation which is not within my work scope. Thank you to the lecturers concerned who made the learning so enjoyable.
G. Prabhakaran A/L Ganasan , Warehouse Assistant, Winston Engineering Corpn (Pte) Ltd
Before this course, I was not aware of the different contracts between buyer and seller. Knowledge on Incoterms 2010 is also limited to what I am required to know. After the course, I can know in depth on the various areas in Warehouse and Inventory Management. I can also actively take part in the planning and discussions on the warehouse improvement in my company and give suggestions based on what I learnt during the course.
Low Kay Hwee, Warehouse/ Logistics Assistant, DEIF Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
For applicants who do not meet the minimum Entry Requirements of the Diploma programmes, they may consider the first step of enrolling for this programme. Besides providing for an alternative pathway to bridge to the Specialist Diploma programmes, it also equips the applicants or prospective learners with the foundational skills (at entry level) necessary to perform competently in the logistics & freight forwarding sector.
This programme is also particularly useful for professionals from other vertical seeking career transitions to the logistics & freight forwarding industry.
- Entry-level logistics officers/executives/ co-ordinators
- Middle-level management professional seeking career switch to logistics & freight forwarding verticals
- Practioners (good years of experience in the industry, but without the academic qualifications) seeking to upgrade themselves in the vocational pathway
- Warehouse Operations
- Fundamentals of Transport & Freight
- Purchasing & Inventory Management
- Fundamentals of Logistics IT
- Logistics Safety & Legal Issues
The course is an Approved-in-Principle (AIP) course under the SkillsConnect (Course Code: CRS-N-0029784) with a support level of $2.00 per training hour for company sponsored participant. More information from Financial/Award Schemes.
(payable to TLA)
|PIC Grant||Eligible companies to claim directly from IRAS.||N.A.|
(or available SkillsFuture Credit)
Payment will only be required after the course is confirmed.
(The status of the course would usually be advised one (1) month before the course start date.)
Payment mode (retail payment facilities are not available) :
Overseas – Telegraphic transfer
Local – Cheque or bank transfer
36 hours over 12 evenings, 7pm – 10pm or over 4 days, 9am – 6pm
Daniel Chew, Master of Industrial-Organisational Psychology, Master in Education with UWA, MBA in HR Management from USQ, Master of Science in Industrial & Systems Engineering from NUS, Bachelor (1st Class Honours) in Engineering from Monash University, Cambridge International Diploma in Teaching & Training from CIE, Advanced Certification in Training and Assessment (ACTA) from WDA, GradDip TESOL from UK, Certified DiSC Personality Profiler, Certified Quality Management System Auditor.
Mr Thomas Sim is the Group Chief Executive Officer of International Freight Consultants (S) Pte. Ltd. He joined the Singapore Logistics Association since 2000 and has been elected as the 2nd Deputy Chairman of the Singapore Logistics Association. In addition, he also chairs its Training & Development Committee and the Academic Director of The Logistics Academy.
A Certificate of Achievement will be awarded upon successful completion of the course with minimum 75% attendance.