Level I Courses: International Entry Level Award in Logistics and Transport (3 Courses)
Who should take Level I Courses? These are entry level courses designed for participants with no experience. If you are brand new to the industry and are interested in a general overview these are the courses for you. Participants in Level I courses are currently completing a high school diploma in a CTE program or have earned a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma or GED. These courses are ideal for young people planning to enter the logistics and transport sector after graduating from K-12.
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Introduction to Logistics - This unit is designed to introduce students to the concept of logistics in its widest sense and to some of the general practices that are important in every part of the logistics working environment. Introduction to Logistics covers people in the working environment, sustainability and the environment and communications technology. (required)
Transport Distribution in Logistics - This unit introduces students to the vital role played by transport in every part of logistics. It also aims to show how distribution of goods is key to logistics success. The unit is made up of seven sections that cover the different transport modes, legal requirements, vehicles, passenger transport and transport infrastructure. (required)
Introduction to Business Communications - This unit provides an introduction to a variety of business communications, including letters, emails, reports and electronic presentations. The unit gives students the ability to distinguish between facts, opinions, anecdotes, ideas and examples, as well as providing the skills to understand when to use different communication types. (required)