Course Overview

On completion of this unit, candidates will understand a range of external factors that can impact on inventory and logistics operations. This unit focuses on the end-to-end Supply Chain with specific focus on efficiencies of inventory strategies, effective network design, and preparation of goods to be transferred and the handling of goods returned to the warehouse, logistics systems, international trade and purchases.

TETA | Inventory and Logistics Operations (NQF 5, 52 Credits) - Facilitation

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  • WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

    • The demand for this qualification directly links to the need to:    

          - People credited with this unit standard will demonstrate a clear understanding of inventory management and will be able to use this understanding to select appropriate inventory strategies to suit specific situations and motivate why these are appropriate strategies.

          - Learners will enable to design a distribution network. People credited with this unit standard will be able to design the distribution route from sources to customers.

          - Learners will enable to evaluate the relationship and influences of the key components in a supply chain.

          - This Unit Standard will enable learners to prepare products for transportation; manage the return of goods and warehousing.

          - The person accredited with this unit standard will be able to facilitate the creation of a competitive Supply Chain Infrastructure

          - People credited with this Unit Standard will be able to describe what logistics is and draw a logistics system and then analyse it to identify areas where improved performance and/or integration can enhance the effectiveness of the total supply chain.

         - This understanding will enable the learners to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the challenges facing businesses and government when they enter into the arena of cross border trade.

         

     

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  • COURSE OPTIONS

    Public Classes | In-house customised sessions| Facilitated.

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  • WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    The contents of some of the unit standards are such that learners will be required to demonstrate competence through the practical application of a variety of techniques in a real or simulated work environment. 

    Learning assumed to be in place: 

    • Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4.
    • Communication at NQF Level 4.
    • Computer Literacy and the ability to use databases and spreadsheets at NQF Level 3. 
  • COURSE OUTLINE

    LEARNING OUTCOMES

     

    1. SAQA - TETA US 36712 | Outline the philosophy of Supply Chain Management (NQF 6/ Credits 6)

    2. SAQA - TETA US 336742 | Develop and implement optimal inventory strategies   (NQF 6 / Credits 8)

    • Evaluate the concept of inventory.
    • Plan and develop an inventory system.
    • Apply inventory planning systems and models to cater for dependent demand. 

    3.  SAQA - TETA US 336703  |  Design a distribution network ( NQF 6 / Credits 5)

    • Establish distribution relationships with different stakeholders.
    • Design a distribution network.
    • Analyse the difference between distribution channels and distribution networks. 

    4.  SAQA - TETA US 336704 | Prepare products for transportation ; manage the return of goods and warehousing ( NQF 5 / Credits 10)

    • Manage warehousing.
    • Manage the return of goods.
    • Prepare products for transportation. 

    5. SAQA - TETA US 336706 | Establish a competitive supply chain infrastructure ( NQF 6 / Credits 10)

    • Site location..
    • Supply and distribution networks.
    • Effective organisational structures.
    • Effective transport system.
    • Effective communication system. 

    6. SAQA - TETA US 336740 | Analyse logistics systems and implement appropriate strategic plans ( NQF 6 / Credits 8)

    • Analyse logistic systems.
    • Recommend areas for improvement.
    • Develop and implement strategic plans.

    7. SAQA - TETA US 336705 | Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of international trade and execute international purchases ( NQF 6 / Credits 8)

    • Analyse the fundamentals of international trade.
    • Assess the role of trade policy in facilitating or inhibiting international trade.
    • Analyse and apply the international purchasing process.
    • Analyse and apply the fundamentals of counter trade. 
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    The contents of some of the unit standards are such that learners will be required to demonstrate competence through the practical application of a variety of techniques in a real or simulated work environment. 

    Learning assumed to be in place: 

    • Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4.
    • Communication at NQF Level 4.
    • Computer Literacy and the ability to use databases and spreadsheets at NQF Level 3. 
  • CERTIFICATION

    TETA: TETA | Procurement and Supply Operations (NQF5, 28 Credits)

     

     

     

  • ASSESSMENT METHOD

    The program consists of a number of assessment tools. These include homework and class assignments for each session, a fist assessment (mid-term assessment) based on the content of the course outcomes, and a final examination assessment.

  • DURATION & DELIVERY

    • FACILITATED:
      • 5 days facilitated sessions | Full days during week | 08:00 - 15:00
      • Learning Material, Simulation, Coaching, Feedback and Exam fee.
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    TETA| Procurement and Supply Workflow (NQF6, 21Credits) 

    TETA| Inventory and Logistics Operations (NQF6,52 Credits) 

    TETA| Procurement and Supply Operations & Relationships ( NQF5,31 Credits)

     

  • DATE AND VENUE

     

     

     

     

    Johannesburg,Durban, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth:

    Available on request info@end2endsc.co.za

     

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