School of Shipping Online Short Courses can lead to achieving the National Certificate: Freight Forwarding and Customs Compliance or to the Further Education and Training Certificate: Freight Forwarding and Customs Compliance.
These respective qualifications are listed below and each are made up of 3 components : Fundamental, Core and Elective.
The Fundamental and Core components are compulsory. However, you may be exempt from certain fundamentals should you have Matric with Maths and English as a first language.
Finally you are required to complete one Elective.
National Certificate: Freight Forwarding and Customs Compliance NQF 3
Further Education and Training Certificate: Freight Forwarding and Customs Compliance NQF 4
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Now Available SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT NQF 5 full qualification
We have finally rewritten the National Certificate in Supply Chain Management , due to the fact that we concentrate our training on Importing and Exporting and Customs compliance we will only be offering the Elective component that focuses on our field.
Learners who successfully complete this Qualification will be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of a supply chain management environment within an organisation.
Demonstrate an understanding of the influence of performance and risk within a supply chain management environment.
Contribute to the development of a supply chain strategy and operational plans for the organisation.
Execute a supply chain strategy for the organisation.
Fundamental Component – compulsory (34 credits):
Apply professional values and ethics in the operational environment
Demonstrate an understanding of the supply chain environment
Evaluate the influences of key components in a supply chain
Negotiate with suppliers
Core Component – compulsory (70 credits):
Analyse and apply management practices within the supply chain
Develop and implement supply chain performance management systems
Facilitate processes to ensure the integration of supply chain information
Manage relationships between supply chain partners
Monitor, assess and manage risk
Demonstrate an understanding of the key elements in developing strategies to optimise operational supply
Establish a competitive supply chain infrastructure
Outline the philosophy of Supply Chain Management
Elective Component – compulsory (46 credits):
Purchasing Procurement and Supply – 48 credits below
Demonstrate an understanding of the key issues important for compliance with corporate governance principles and social responsibility
Manage in and out sourcing
Prepare products for transportation; manage the return of goods and warehousing
Conduct demand forecasting and develop supply and capacity plans to meet demand
Create sustainable value through appropriate cost and pricing strategies
Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of international trade and execute international purchases
Design a distribution network
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.
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A certificate in Supply Chain Management will be issued after moderation by the required body – TETA.