Diploma in Integrated Logistics Management

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Diploma in Integrated Logistics Management
Dates Available

05 Sep 2017 –  25 Sep 2018, Intake: R47

Read what our participants have learnt from this course and the feedback from their supervisors …

 

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TLA Diploma has given me a good foundation in the areas of logistics and freight forwarding along with the strategic management skills that I could apply immediately in my work place.

Lawrence Chai, Operations Executive, Toll Logistics (Asia) Ltd in Apr 2016

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Bryan Phang has completed his Diploma in Integrated Logistics Management in 2015 (ILM R37). He has grown in his job knowledge, picked up leadership skills in mentoring and coaching his staff, improved in communication skills and planning skills. He has since adopted creative thinking in implementing number of job processes and cost-saving projects. He is now an effective leader in terms of decision-making, delegation and collaboration. These positive developments are essential as he leads big and diversified groups to achieving set objectives.

Lewis Yeo, Operations Manager, Toll Logistics (Asia) Limited in Apr 2016

Testimonial from Employer Of ILM Student

Objectives

The course aims to equip participants with key skills and knowledge required to perform effectively in a logistics management environment.

Who Should Attend

Logistics Officer/Executive, Logistics Supervisor, Logistics Co-ordinator, Logistics Specialist

Entry Requirements

Qualification :

Min GCE 3 O Level credit passes with O Level English grade C6 & above/ IELTS 5.5/ WPL Level 6 & above

OR

ITE Nitec & above

Work Experience : 1 year
Admission is solely at the discretion of TLA.

Fees
Full Course Fee (Diploma) Full Course Fee (Modular)
SLA Member Company
$4,300 + GST $301 $680 + GST $47.60
Non Member Company $4,900 + GST $343 $780 + GST $54.60
Self-Sponsored Participant $4,900 + GST $343 $780 + GST $54.60

Other administrative charges may apply as follows:

  • Application fee of $85.60 (non-refundable)
  • Fee Protection Scheme (FPS): Effective from ILM Sep 2017 intake (R47) onwards
  • Assessment Only Pathway (AOP) fee of $160.50 for SDF Funding*

* Payment of course fee by cash or cheque. Various funding schemes available. Contact us at 6499 9799 to find out more.

 

Duration

Part-Time Studies (Evenings from 7pm to 10pm)

14 months (228 training hours excluding examinations)

Course Delivery

Lectures, Case Studies, Group Discussions

Course Assessments

Tutorial Exercises, Group Projects, Written Examinations

Participant’s Support Services 

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Graduation

Participants must pass all the required modules to be awarded the Diploma Certificate which will be presented at the TLA Graduation Ceremony scheduled at least once a year.

Lecturer

Part-Time Lecturers: Industry practitioners

Average Teacher-Student Ratio – 1:30

ILM 201 Managing Local Distribution & Transportation

Daniel Chew, Master of Business Administration (University of Southern Queensland)

Edwin Sia, Master of Science, NTU

Vincent Lee, Bachelor of Business, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

ILM 202 Distribution Centre Operations

Bill Chua, Master of Science, University of Brunei

Daniel Chew, Master of Business Administration (University of Southern Queensland)

Max Ee, Master of Science, NTU

Victor Lam, Master of Business Administration (Australian Maritime College)

Vincent Lee, Bachelor of Business, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Goh Wee Yaw, Master of Business Administration, University of Adelaide

ILM 203 Basic Principles of Multimodal Transportation

Stanley Lim, Diploma in Freight Forwarding, Singapore Logistics Association

Thomas Sim, Bachelor of Science (Aeronautical Engineering), Air Force Institute of Technology Dayton, OH

Goh Wee Yaw, Master of Business Administration, University of Adelaide

ILM 204 Purchasing Management

Bill Chua, Master of Science, University of Brunei

Martin Sng, Master of Business Administration, University of Western Australia

Wong Kim Siong, Master of Business Administration, Charles Strut University

ILM 205 IT Applications in Logistics

Max Ee, Master of Science, NTU

Pang Ying Kiat, Master of Business Administration, Charles Strut University

Edwin Sia, Master of Science, NTU

Ryan Lin, Master of Science, NUS

ILM 206 Legal Issues in Logistics Management

Larry Thian, Insurance Diploma, ANZIIF, New Zealand

VCS Vardan, Bachelor of Law, University of London

Charmaine Fu, Bachelor of Law, NUS

601 Basic Management

Chan Chee Kin, Diploma in Freight Forwarding, Singapore Logistics Association

Tan Hock Chuan, Bachelor of Arts, NUS

Liu Fook Thim, Master of Science, NTU

Wong Kim Siong, Master of Business Administration, Charles Strut University

Venue / Intake

Venue : No 2 Bukit Merah Central or AEC College Pte Ltd
Time : 1900 – 2200 hrs
Course Intakes : April, August, October

Course Modules

ILM 201 Managing Local Distribution & Transportation (13 sessions)

ILM 202 Distribution Centre Operations (13 sessions)

ILM 203 Basic Principles of Multimodal Transportation (14 sessions)

ILM 204 Purchasing Management (11 sessions)

ILM 205 IT Applications in Logistics (10 sessions)

ILM 206 Legal Issues in Logistics Management (12 sessions)

ILM 601 Basic Management (10 sessions)

Training Road Map

Coverage

ILM 201 Managing Local Distribution & Transportation (13 sessions)

  • The Role Importance of Distribution/Transportation
  • Planning for Local Distribution Operations
  • Planning Tools & Considerations
  • Private Transportation
  • Containerised & Conventional Trucking
  • Processes & Equipment
  • Receiving & Shipping Dock Operations
  • IT Applications in Transportation – Vehicle Scheduling System
  • Shipping /Carrier Network Strategies
  • Managing Transport-Costing & Pricing Management
  • Managing Transport-Relationship Management
  • Transport Regulations in Singapore

ILM 202 Distribution Centre Operations (13 sessions)

  • Warehousing Principles & Planning
  • Warehousing & Distribution Centres
  • Warehousing Decisions
  • Warehouse Management
  • Storage & Handling Systems
  • Material Handling Management
  • Logistical Packaging
  • Warehouse Equipment Management

ILM 203 Basic Principles of Multimodal Transportation (14 sessions)

  • Role of Freight Forwarder in Transport Chain
  • Consolidation & NVOCC
  • Multimodal Concepts & Operation
  • Multimodal Transport-The MTO
  • Project Transportation
  • Incoterms & Freight Terminology
  • Introduction to Road & Rail Transport
  • Introduction to Aircargo
  • MT Documents
  • Alternative Transport Solutions
  • ASEAN Framework for MT
  • Safety & Security

ILM 204 Purchasing Management (11 sessions)

  • Purchasing Role, Objective & Policies, Purchasing Process
  • Contrasting Approaches to Purchasing Supply
  • Selection of Supplier & Supplier Audit
  • Price-Cost Analysis
  • Purchasing Organisation & Structure
  • Purchasing Capital Equipment & Life Cycle Monitoring
  • Purchasing & Supply Chain Strategy
  • Negotiation for Purchasing
  • Impact of e-commerce on Purchasing
  • Business Ethics in Purchasing

ILM 205 IT Applications in Logistics (10 sessions)

  • Computer Fundamentals
  • The Internet, the World Wide Web & Ecommerce
  • Technologies in Warehousing
  • Industrial Automation
  • IT Applications in Freight
  • Technologies in Transportation
  • Management of Technology
  • eSupply Chain Management Systems

ILM 206 Legal Issues in Logistics Management (12 sessions)

  • Legal Framework of MTO
  • The Bill of Lading & Other Sea Transport Documents
  • The Hague-Visby Rules
  • Application—Carriage of Goods by Sea
  • Introduction to Insurance & its Practices
  • Cargo Policy Coverage
  • Cargo Claims
  • Carriage of Goods by Air
  • Remedies & Enforcement
  • Forwarders’ Liability Claims
  • Handling Liability Claims

ILM 601 Basic Management (10 sessions)

  • Managing & Manager
  • Basic Management Functions
  • Coaching, Problem Solving & Decision Making
  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Organisation Structure & Recruitment
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Managing Conflict
  • Managing Creativity & Innovation
  • Managing Group, Managing Effective Meeting
Career Opportunities

TLA graduates from this programme can typically expect good employment/career prospects across the industry, particularly from SLA member companies which regularly look for talents with competencies in local transportation, distribution centre operations, multimodal transportation in the region, purchasing process in the supply chain, IT application solutions, legal & transportation insurance, amongst other skill sets, to join them as Logistics Manager/Engineers, Customer Service Manager/Executives, Inventory Control Manager/Executives, Purchasing Manager/Executives, System, Support Analysts, Transportation Manager/Coordinators, etc.


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