Is this Logistics and Transport course suitable for me?
DLC Training offer the IoSCM Level 5 Logistics and Transport Management qualification which has been developed for those who aspire to be in a senior or transport manager role. If you are in the logistics and transport sector and hoping to take that next step in your career, our Level 5 logistics course can aid you.
This transport qualification allows students to study a flexible range of units and develop skills in logistics, transportation and operations management. It’s entirely online, studying when and how you choose. Unless, you need us. Then, our team of industry expert tutors are on hand to offer advice and guidance. Whether that be through Skype, Facetime, Whatsapp or even face to face. Whatever suits your commitments.
That’s the magic of studying online through DLC Training. Our support package is unrivalled. So, if you’d like to enrol onto an IoSCM logistics course and train to be a Transport Manager, give us a call on 0800 012 6770.
The IoSCM Level 5 Logistics and Transport Management can be studied to three levels, Award, Certificate or Diploma, depending on how many units you wish to study. For the Award you will be required to complete 1 core unit.
Unit choices are very flexible. While we recommend certain unit choices for each of our supply chain qualifications, each of our distance learning courses can be customised to cover a wide range of other topics.
- Operations Management Processes
- Movement of Goods
- Transport Management
- Production Management
- Quality Management
- Purchasing Management
- Ports and Shipping Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Humanitarian Logistics
- Management Information Systems
- Customer Service
- Project Management
- Finance Management
- Human Resource Management
- Risk Management
- Road Freight Management
- Sea Freight
- Air Freight
- Military Logistics
- International Freight Management
- International Trade Management
- Transport Planning
- Master Scheduling Techniques
- Environmental Issues in Manufacturing
- Contracting in the Public Sector
- Marketing for Purchasers
- The Machinery of Government and Procurement
- International Trade Finance
- International Trade Law