|Course at QLS||Level 5|
|Endorsement||Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme|
|Study Method||Online Learning|
|Course Duration||450 Hours|
|Entry Requirements||No Entry Requirements|
Enrol today with Oxford Home Study Centre, for the chance to boost your CV with Level 5 Advanced Logistics Certification. Enjoy the freedom to study in your own time and at your own pace, with no deadlines or time restrictions imposed. Whether new to supply chain management or ready advance an existing career, endorsed Level 5 Logistics Management Certification could help you take that next big step! This advanced supply chain management program covers all key logistics activities and processes, including transport management, inventory management, warehouse management, manufacturing, delivery operations, distribution management and so much more besides. What’s more, our complete range of transport and logistics management courses includes expert tutor support and all course materials included in the initial fee. Sign up online, or contact the team at Oxford Home Study Centre anytime for more information.
Why Study Logistics Management?
Logistics is one of the most diverse and dynamic specialist fields worldwide. Often overlooked in its importance, effective supply chain management fuels the very fabric of society as we know it. In the absence of effective supply chain planning and execution, nothing would reach its intended destination. From raw materials to finished products and everything in between, supply chain activities ensure everything we count on gets from A to B. Irrespective of the size of the company, every business worldwide utilises logistics to some extent or another. It’s almost unheard of to encounter a business that is 100% self-sufficient. As a result, demand for talented supply chain and logistics managers worldwide is continuously high. If you’ve been considering a change in direction, the field of logistics has a lot to offer.
Our exclusive Level 5 Diploma in Logistics Management is our most advanced supply chain management course to date. Suitable for newcomers and existing supply chain personnel alike, course content is delivered over a series of 13 intensive modules as follows:
Module 1. Introduction to Logistics Management
The course begins by presenting candidates with an overview of the functions and objectives of logistics, along with the important role logistics plays at the heart of the modern business. Key activities involved in logistics are discussed, along with important trends in logistics and how globalisation has transformed the logistics landscape worldwide.
Module 2. Logistics Strategy & Operations
Module two examines some of the most important strategic decisions that must be made in logistics, along with how to formulate a logistics strategy and conduct a logistics audit. The characteristics of an effective logistics strategy are also discussed, along with the importance of long-term planning in logistics.
Module 3. Procurement & Manufacturing Strategies
Candidates then consider the main differences between purchasing and procurement, while assessing the functions and objectives of procurement in business. Essential guidelines for selecting appropriate suppliers and monitoring supplier performance are also presented, alongside the potential benefits of single sourcing and an overview of the procurement cycle.
Module 4. Transport Management
The physical transportation of goods and materials is discussed in module four, in which candidates consider the various modes of transportation used in supply chains. The pros and cons of several key transportation methods are discussed, along with the concept of the intermodal transport, the advantages of working with third-party carriers and more.
Module 5. Manufacturing and Delivery Operations
Module five introduces candidates to production scheduling and order management, outlining the various factors that must be considered to ensure materials and products reach their intended destinations on time and within budget. Candidates are also introduced to the four most important rules for effective order management.
Module 6. Warehousing and Material Handling
The functions and objectives of warehousing in logistics management are discussed in module six, which guides candidates through a series of important warehousing activities and their purposes. The importance of effective and efficient material handling is also discussed, along with key warehouse ownership considerations and an introduction to packaging.
Module 7. Inventory Management
Candidates then consider the role of strategic inventory management in logistics and supply chain activities, with strong focus on buffering supply and demand. The concept of ‘economic order quantity’ is also discussed, along with the various different types of stock, the true costs of carrying stock and the potential consequences of holding too much or too little stock.
Module 8. Distribution Management
An introduction to distribution channels and the value of an effective distribution strategy follows in module eight. Candidates consider the various different ways by which products and materials can be transferred from manufacturers and sellers to the end customer, along with an introduction to strategic pricing and quantity discounts.
Module 9. Logistics Planning and Sourcing
Module nine examines the four classes of operations within the supply chain, along with the critical importance of accurate demand forecasting and planning. Course content covers effective forecasting methods, aggregate planning, inventory planning, consumption management and an introduction to seasonal inventory.
Module 10. Role of logistics in Supply Chain Management
A more detailed exploration of logistics in supply chain management follows in module 10, in which candidates study the various activities involved in logistics and their purpose/objectives. Several current logistics trends are discussed, including cross-docking, postponement, direct delivery and more.
Module 11. Information Technology Used for Logistics Management
Module 11 explores the extent to which computer technology and information systems are influencing supply chain activities worldwide. The potential benefits and drawbacks of IT systems in logistics management are discussed, along with an introduction to enterprise resource planning, transportation planning systems and customer relationship management automation.
Module 12. Enterprise Supply Chain systems
The importance of strategic location selection in supply chain operations is examined in module 12, which covers the various factors that must be considered when selecting a location. Candidates learn how to use scoring models to compare and contrast viable locations, in order to narrow things down to the most appropriate and cost-effective options available.
Module 13. Performance Measurement of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Concluding the course, module 13 outlines the process of measuring the performance of key activities in logistics and supply chain operations. The importance of prioritising customer service is also discussed, along with the value of clear and consistent communication of key data and information throughout the supply chain.
Paying in Instalments: £640(interest FREE Instalments)
No of Instalments: 12
Each Instalment: £40
Pay in Full: (£100 Discount) £540
At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).
This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.
An endorsed Level 5 Logistics Management Diploma could open the door to a whole world of career opportunitiesat home and abroad. Specialise in procurement and supply management, supply chain design and planning, warehouse design, inventory management, freight transportation, distribution network design – truly limitless options to explore. Successful logistics and supply chain managers can earn anything from £25,000 to more than £100,000, in accordance with location and experience.
Who Should Take This Course?
This advanced Level 5 Logistics Management Diploma is open for enrolment throughout the year, with no entry requirements to fulfil and no deadlines imposed. Oxford Home Study Centre highly recommends this exclusive online course for the following applicants:
Make today the day you take that first decisive step towards fulfilling your potential. Get started on your Level 5 Logistics Management Diploma right now, or contact the team at Oxford Home Study Centre for more information.