This course provides the unique opportunity to achieve a nationally recognised management qualification in Logistics & Transport over a relatively short period of time. Two separate modules of 10 days each. It is designed for middle managers who want to develop their commercial awareness in this industry. This qualification will build upon managerial skills, experience and complement previous training or qualifications achieved in the Services. It also provides a good grounding for continuation of professional development to an executive diploma or an MSC in Logistics & Transport.
There will be 4 units of study covering:
- General Management
- Retail Logistics
- Supply Chain Management
- Project Management.
Each unit will be broken into modules and assessed by written assignment.
CILT Level 5 Professional Diploma in Logistics and Transport.
European Accreditation and certification of the CILT (UK) Professional Diploma is available from the European Certification Board of Logistics (ECBL) in Brussels. Candidates who choose this route will be qualified to use the post nominal ESLog (European Logistics Senior level) after their name.
There are considerable employment opportunities in the transport and logistics sector at supervisory and management level throughout the UK and Europe.
This course will not qualify you as a CPC transport manager, candidates wishing to gain employment as transport managers should complete the CPC National/International.
Right Management reserves the right to cancel and/or amend course dates, times, contents and venues as listed on this website. Every effort will be made to give the Service leaver as much notice as possible and a reasonable course alternative or alternatives may be suggested, if possible. If this is not possible or the alternative(s) is/are not acceptable to the Service leaver, Right Management, who deliver all non-contract courses listed, may refund in full the total amount paid to date for non-contract funded courses, or, in the case of MOD Contract Funded courses, in agreement with the MOD, the Service leavers IRTC grant will not be notionally reduced.