Packing, handling and securing freight Online Short Course

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

A learner accredited with this standard will be able to secure freight in a manner ensuring the elimination of damage to freight during storage and/or transport.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Handle, stockpile and pack freight.
  • Handle, stockpile and pack freight using the most effective and safe method, product type, category, inherent vice, customer requirements, environment, current legislation and quality assurance.
  • Generate and discuss options and possibilities for handling and care of freight to improve productivity and safety.
  • Identify the most appropriate course of action in relation to contaminated, destroyed or damaged/poorly packaged or palletised freight meeting statutory and company requirements.
  • Plan and prepare for packing/stockpiling, securing and handling of specific freight types.
  • Select and utilise the appropriate material and apply product knowledge for packing/stockpiling, securing and separating specific freight and/or freight parcels, taking freight statutory requirements into consideration.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of particular handling, packing/stockpiling and securing techniques for a range of different freight types.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of appropriate equipment for handling of freight.
  • Identify and apply procedures utilised for control and safe working practice.
  • Identify, describe and apply appropriate health, safety and emergency procedures in the event of an accident or incident.
  • Recommend and implement appropriate marking and labelling/identification techniques for specific freight types in different conditions.
  • Recommend improved handling and packing methods in order to improve industry status through better working practice.
  • Use the most effective marking/labelling techniques.
  • Use the most effective marking/labelling techniques, giving cognisance to the product type, packaging and mode of storage and transport to facilitate location of freight in the workplace.
  • Generate and discuss options and possibilities for handling and care of freight to improve productivity and safety.
  • Identify the most appropriate course of action in relation to contaminated, destroyed or damaged/poorly packaged or palletised freight meeting statutory and company requirements.
  • Plan and prepare for packing/stockpiling, securing and handling of specific freight types.
  • Select and utilise the appropriate material and apply product knowledge for packing/stockpiling, securing and separating specific freight and/or freight parcels, taking freight statutory requirements into consideration.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of particular handling, packing/stockpiling and securing techniques for a range of different freight types.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of appropriate equipment for handling of freight.
  • Identify and apply procedures utilised for control and safe working practice.
  • Identify, describe and apply appropriate health, safety and emergency procedures in the event of an accident or incident.
  • Recommend and implement appropriate marking and labelling/identification techniques for specific freight types in different conditions.
  • Recommend improved handling and packing methods in order to improve industry status through better working practice.
  • Place and secure freight in the most suitable manner for transportation.
  • Place and secure freight in the most suitable manner of placing and securing freight for transportation in conformance with current transport legislation (e.g. ‘Occupational Health and Safety Act’) industry norms, and applicable regulations (e.g. ‘Dangerous goods and airfreight regulations’).
  • Generate and discuss options and possibilities for handling and care of freight to improve productivity and safety.
  • Identify the most appropriate course of action in relation to contaminated, destroyed or damaged/poorly packaged or palletised freight meeting statutory and company requirements.
  • Plan and prepare for packing/stockpiling, securing and handling of specific freight types.
  • Select and utilise the appropriate material and apply product knowledge for packing/stockpiling, securing and separating specific freight and/or freight parcels, taking freight statutory requirements into consideration.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of particular handling, packing/stockpiling and securing techniques for a range of different freight types.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of appropriate equipment for handling of freight.
  • Identify and apply procedures utilised for control and safe working practice.
  • Identify, describe and apply appropriate health, safety and emergency procedures in the event of an accident or incident.
  • Recommend and implement appropriate marking and labelling/identification techniques for specific freight types in different conditions.
  • Recommend improved handling and packing methods in order to improve industry status through better working practice.
  • Identify freight/bulk and source relevant information.
  • Identify freight/bulk and source relevant information to facilitate safe handling, packing/stockpiling and securing of freight.
  • Generate and discuss options and possibilities for handling and care of freight to improve productivity and safety.
  • Identify the most appropriate course of action in relation to contaminated, destroyed or damaged/poorly packaged or palletised freight meeting statutory and company requirements.
  • Plan and prepare for packing/stockpiling, securing and handling of specific freight types.
  • Select and utilise the appropriate material and apply product knowledge for packing/stockpiling, securing and separating specific freight and/or freight parcels, taking freight statutory requirements into consideration.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of particular handling, packing/stockpiling and securing techniques for a range of different freight types.
  • Explain and demonstrate the selection of appropriate equipment for handling of freight.
  • Identify and apply procedures utilised for control and safe working practice.
  • Identify, describe and apply appropriate health, safety and emergency procedures in the event of an accident or incident.
  • Recommend and implement appropriate marking and labelling/identification techniques for specific freight types in different conditions.
  • Recommend improved handling and packing methods in order to improve industry status through better working practice.

Duration 

This program can be started anytime and should take approximately 1 week to complete on a part time basis.  The course can be purchased via our website directly , we offer,  Credit Card , EFT , And Mobicred Payments via Secure Paygate,

Duration 

This course is self-paced. You may begin at any time and should take approximately 1 week to complete on a part time basis.

Course Approval

This course utilises Unit Standard 8036 at NQF level 4, Credits 8

Course Delivery Online

The course is delivered through the School of Shipping Learning website and allows you to study at your own pace. You may begin and register any time. A Subject Matter Expert and will provide you with academic support through the learning website and a Course Coordinator will also be available on email and telephone to provide you with administrative support.

Assessment and Award of the Certificate

You are not required to write any exams, assessments are completed online. You will need to achieve a mark of at least 60% for each assessment to receive the certification. Should you not gain competency on your first attempt one more resubmission will be allowed at no additional cost.

Entry Requirements

The only entry requirement for this course is a desire to learn and advance your career. In order to do this course, you will need:

  • An email account
  • Access to a computer and the internet
  • Be able to open and read PDF documents
  • Read and write in the English language

This course is applicable to being delivered in house at your company premises, please contact us for a separate quotation.

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R2,000.00

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