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1 Level 3 Syllabus Logistics and Transport SUPPLY CHAIN FREIGHT TRANSPORT LOGISTICS & TRANSPORT MANUFACTURING PURCHASING SHIPPING WAREHOUSING

2 IoSCM Level 3 Qualification Logistics & Transport (Certificate & Diploma) The Level 3 qualification in Logistics & Transport is designed for students with a minimum of 2 years experience in a logistics and transport related field, who wish to develop key knowledge in logistics and transport at supervisory management level. Students can acquire skills in specific areas of logistics and transport to support career development. Course Breakdown Certificate Requirements: To gain the certificate you must complete: 2 mandatory units and 1 optional unit Diploma Requirements: To gain the diploma you must complete: 2 mandatory units and a minimum of 25 credits from the optional units Course Units Mandatory Unit: Logistics Transport Planning Operations Optional Units: International Trade and Freight Road Freight Operations Optional Ports and Shipping Optional Inventory Processes Optional Warehouse Operations Optional Supply Chain Management Optional Secure Cargo Optional Customs UCV: Unit Credit Value GLH: Guided Learning Hours

3 Unit Reference: Unit Title: A/505/0639 Logistics UCV: 3 GLH: 30 Unit Type: Mandatory 1. Understand the importance of logistics 1.1 Describe what is meant by logistics 1.2 Explain the purpose of logistics 1.3 Explain the key components of logistics 2. Understand how to identify the factors that influence logistics 2.1 Describe the associated policies which influence logistics for own organisation 2.2 Explain the advantages to own organisation of the identified policies 2.3 Give examples of external factors that influence logistics within own organisation 3. Understand the importance of appropriate requirements for the development, monitoring and control of logistics protocols 3.1 Explain three organisational requirements for the development of logistics protocols 3.2 Explain the importance of the three organisational requirements identified 3.3 Explain the importance of monitoring the effectiveness of logistic operations 3.4 Describe how to select the best technique to monitor the effectiveness of logistic operations 3.5 Explain three organisational requirements for the control of logistics operations within own organisation 3.6 Explain the importance of the three organisational requirements identified

4 Unit Reference: Unit Title: F/504/0369 Transport Planning Operations UCV: 9 GLH: 90 Unit Type: Mandatory 1. Understand the role transport plays 2. Understand transport policy in relation to current legislation provided within own country 3. Understand the use of standardised transport equipment used in logistics 4. Understand the links between transport planning and external influences 5. Understand how the needs and demand for movement of goods are measured 1.1 Explain the role of transport within the supply chain 1.2 Describe the three main modes of transport used by own organisation within the supply chain 2.1 Explain the principles of transport planning in organising the flow of goods 2.2 Explain the health and safety measures, in relation to own country s legislation, applicable to transport planning 3.1 Explain what is meant by standardised transport equipment 3.2 Explain the importance of standardised transport equipment within the supply chain 4.1 Explain what is meant by transport planning 4.2 Explain the importance of transport planning 4.3 Explain the impact of external influences on cost effective transport planning 5.1 Explain how the needs and demand for movements are identified 5.2 Explain organisational planning with regard to modal choice 5.3 Explain the planning process in relation to the need and demand for movement of goods

5 Unit Reference: Unit Title: M/504/0366 International Trade and Freight UCV: 9 GLH: 90 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand the strategies behind international trade and freight 1.1 Explain the purpose of international trade and freight 1.2 Describe the following international business activities: 1. Export 2. Import 1.3 Explain the methods of obtaining relevant information relating to international trade 2. Understand the planning process related to international trade and freight 2.1 Explain the elements of a marketing plan with regard to overseas trade 2.2 Explain the need for added value for products to be able to be offered internationally 2.3 Explain how prices are affected when embarking on international trade 2.4 Describe the benefits of motivating agents and distributors 2.5 Explain what is meant by channels of distribution

6 3. Understand the operations involved in international trade and freight 3.1 Explain the international order process 3.2 Explain relevant organisational policies and procedures in relation to compliance with the legal criteria of contracts 3.3 Describe the documentation used in international trade and freight 3.4 Explain what is meant by INCOTERMS for commercial transactions 3.5 Explain the modes of transport used in the movement of goods 3.6 Explain customs procedures within own country for: 1. Export 2. Import 3. Description, origin and value in the export licence 3.7 Explain the importance of cargo and credit insurance 4. Understand the different payment methods in international trade 4.1 Explain policy in relation to payment procedures within own company 4.2 Explain policy in relation of Bonds within own company 4.3 Explain policy in relation to trade finance within own company 4.4 Explain policy in relation to money laundering within own company

7 Unit Reference: Unit Title: Y/504/0409 Road Freight Operations UCV: 9 GLH: 90 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand the role of road freight in modern society 1.1 Explain what is meant by road freight 1.2 Explain the importance of road freight in a nation s economy 1.3 Explain the concept of bench marking and the link between road freight and transport in relation to industry 1.4 Explain the environmental concerns and control mechanisms related to road freight 2. Understand the regulatory system for road freight 2.1 Explain the similarities and differences in relation to regulatory systems for road freight operators from national and international perspectives 2.2 Explain the impact of regulation and enforcement bodies at local, national and international level

8 3. Understand the required information related to road freight 3.1 Explain the required information associated with road freight including: 1. Health, safety and security requirements 2. Trade barriers 3. INCOTERMS 4. Special requirements 5. Monitoring techniques 6. Licensing and permits 7. Regulatory systems 3.2 Explain the importance of insurance in road freight 4. Understand the challenges that can occur during the organisation of road freight 4.1 Describe the issues involved in organising road freight 4.2 Explain how to develop a risk assessment plan using PESTLE analysis 4.3 Explain how to develop an appropriate plan to deal with the issues identified 5. Understand the challenges that can occur in relation to security 5.1 Explain the security challenges associated with the operation of road freight 5.2 Explain the importance of statutory bodies (customs and immigration) 5.3 Explain the challenges associated with the statutory bodies identified

9 Unit Reference: Unit Title: T/504/0370 Ports and Shipping UCV: 9 GLH: 90 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand the importance of different types of ports 1.1 Explain how ports serve as a connection between maritime and inland modes of transport 1.2 Explain how some large seaports serve as a centre for connection and transhipment 1.3 Explain the concept of seaports being multi-functional when goods are not in transit 2. Understand the role of shipping on an international scale 2.1 Explain how globalisation has impacted on the development of the shipping sector 2.2 Describe how increased competition has influenced development in the shipping sector 2.3 Analyse the impact that containerisation has had on ship and port selection 3. Understand the main aspects of port development 4. Understand the importance of port infrastructure and equipment requirements 3.1 Explain the role government has on port development 3.2 Explain three external factors that could influence port development 4.1 Explain five infrastructural requirements within a port 4.2 Explain the importance of the five infrastructural requirements identified 4.3 Explain five equipment requirements within a port 4.4 Explain the importance of the five equipment requirements identified 5. Understand the challenges of port operations 5.1 Explain the challenges associated with marine operations (conservancy, dredging, navigation aids, avoidance of congestion) 5.2 Explain the importance of statutory bodies (customs, immigration, port health and marine safety) 5.3 Explain the challenges associated with the statutory bodies identified

10 Unit Reference: Unit Title: A/504/0368 Inventory Processes UCV: 9 GLH: 90 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand inventory and the associated process 1.1 Explain what is meant by the term inventory 1.2 Explain the importance of controlling inventory within own organisation 1.3 Describe the alternatives to holding inventory 2. Understand stock and the associated processes 2.1 Explain what is meant by the term stock 2.2 Explain the importance of controlling stock within own organisation 2.3 Describe the alternatives to holding stock 3. Understand the financial value of holding inventory 4. Understand inventory systems 5. Understand how modern inventory systems can improve the control of stock 3.1 Explain the financial implications of holding inventory 3.2 Explain the elements involved in the holding costs of inventory 4.1 Explain two inventory systems used in business 5.1 Explain how modern inventory systems can improve the control of stock 5.2 Explain what is meant by inputs, outputs and adjustments 5.3 Explain how stock is typically audited 5.4 Explain the suitability of key performance indicators (KPIs) used to measure the performance of inventory management 6. Understand techniques used to plan levels of stock 6.1 Explain how own organisations stock rotation policy determines re-order levels 6.2 Explain the impact different variables have on levels of stock

11 Unit Reference: Unit Title: T/504/0367 Warehouse Operations UCV: 9 GLH: 90 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand the principles and operations of warehouses 1.1 Explain the purpose of a warehouse 1.2 Describe two types of warehouses for the storage of goods 1.3 Explain factors which influence the location of a warehouse 2. Understand how to identify the factors that affect the safe operations of a warehouse 2.1 Describe the health and safety policies within own warehouse 2.2 Describe the safe use of equipment within own area of operations 2.3 Explain the role of housekeeping on safe operation of a warehouse 2.4 Explain the importance of maintaining warehouse equipment 3. Understand the financial and logistics aspects concerned in warehousing 3.1 Describe the activities involved in receiving goods 3.2 Describe the factors to be considered for an efficient despatch operation 3.3 Describe typical warehouse financial systems 3.4 Describe what is meant by a suitable financial objective and how financial controls and budgets are determined 4. Understand how to produce a plan for the receipt and storage of goods 4.1 Explain the reasons why the relative quantities of goods vary during receipt and storage of goods 4.2 Describe the methods of evaluating the need for necessary labour and other appropriate resources 4.3 Explain the purpose of a contingency plan 4.4 Explain the importance of correct positioning of goods in a warehouse

12 5. Understand the required equipment for warehouse operations 5.1 Describe the types of mechanical handling equipment used within the warehouse 5.2 Describe the types of storage equipment used within the warehouse

13 Unit Reference: Unit Title: Y/504/8784 Supply Chain Management UCV: 9 GLH: 90 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand the concept of a supply chain 1.1 Describe what is meant by a supply chain 1.2 Describe the components of a supply chain 1.3 Explain the difference between forward and reverse logistics within a supply chain 1.4 Describe how the concept of a supply chain has evolved over time 2. Understand the importance of supply chain management 3. Understand how to identify risks encountered within a supply chain 2.1 Describe what is meant by supply chain management 2.2 Explain the importance of supply chain management 3.1 Explain the risks to a supply chain based on organisational factors 3.2 Explain the risks to a supply chain based on environmental factors 3.3 Explain how the risks identified can be reduced 4. Understand the concept of lean within a supply chain 4.1 Describe what is meant by the concept of lean thinking 4.2 Describe how the lean concept can be applied to supply chains 5. Understand linkages within a supply chain 5.1 Describe the upstream linkages within a supply chain 5.2 Describe the downstream linkages within a supply chain

14 Unit Reference: M/503/8701 Unit Title: Secure Cargo UCV: 1 GLH: 8 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand the relevant legislation, guidance and organisation requirements for securing cargo 1.1 State the legal responsibilities of individuals for maintaining their own and others health and safety in the workplace 1.2 State the requirements placed upon individuals and the organisation by current legislation, relevant to securing cargo 1.3 Identify current industry guidance relevant to securing cargo 1.4 Identify own organisation s policies, procedures and working practices relevant to securing cargo 1.5 Identify the factors that can affect the stability and security of cargo when it is in transit, including environmental condition effects 1.6 List the methods for protecting, securing and unsecuring cargo 1.7 Explain the appropriate types of materials and securing equipment in use in own area of operations 1.8 List the capabilities, including capacity and strength, of the principal types of lashing material 1.9 State the implications of using incorrect, defective or faulty lashing materials 1.10 Identify the principal methods and systems used to lash different types of cargo 1.11 Explain how to assess and select appropriate lashing points for different types of cargo 1.12 Explain how to tension lashing materials correctly 1.13 State the implications of not tensioning lashing materials correctly 1.14 State the appropriate use of knots when securing cargo to ensure safe and adequate tension 1.15 Identify the principles of chocking and tomming and the correct use of relevant tools and equipment 1.16 List the different types of hazards associated with securing cargo 1.17 Identify own levels of responsibility and capability, and who to refer to if these are exceeded

15 2. Secure cargo safely in a Port 2.1 Ensure that cargo is stable prior to it being secured 2.2 Identify, assess and use lashing/securing points of adequate strength for the forces to be applied when securing the cargo 2.3 Secure cargo efficiently, using the appropriate securing devices and equipment 2.4 Ensure that all securing devices are positioned and tensioned safely and correctly, taking into account: a) cargo type b) cargo weight c) cargo dimensions d) customer requirements e) prevailing weather conditions 2.5 Check and brace cargo correctly 2.6 Secure cargo according to instructions from the supervisor, where customer requirements differ from own assessment of the lashing/securing points required 2.7 Secure cargo using methods within own level of responsibility 2.8 Report any difficulties in securing cargo accurately and promptly to the relevant person 2.9 Monitor the activities and whereabouts of individuals within the vicinity of the securing operations 2.10 Take prompt and appropriate actions to address dangerous situations

16 Unit Reference: Unit Title: R/504/6208 Customs UCV: 4 GLH: 40 Unit Type: Optional 1. Understand the role and function of Customs and Excise 1.1 Describe the legal authority of Customs and Excise 1.2 Describe the role and work completed by Customs and Excise 1.3 Describe the reason for government control of imports and exports 1.4 Describe the structure of the Customs and Excise Act outlining key schedules 1.5 Describe the process for Customs and Excise control of imported and exported goods 2. Understand Customs terminologies and their use 2.1 Explain the meaning of four terms commonly used by Customs and Excise 2.2 Describe what is meant by compulsory stops including landing permits 3. Understand the documentation and procedures relating to the importation and exportation of goods 3.1 Describe the process for clearing goods including the documentation involved 3.2 Explain the importance of the documentation identified in the process for clearing goods 3.3 Explain the import entry procedure relating to goods in international trade 3.4 Explain the export entry procedure relating to goods in international trade 3.5 Describe the shipment of stores in accordance with Customs and Excise requirements 3.6 Describe the process for refunds, remissions and rebates through Customs and Excise

17 4. Understand the operational requirements of Customs and Excise 4.1 Explain the Customs and Excise requirements for the following: entry of goods imported by post assessment of goods clearance of the balance examination of accounts payment of import duties import duty schedules goods entered provisionally packets by letter post 4.2 Explain Customs and Excise requirements regarding parcels in the following areas: sorting of parcels trade goods and parcels clearance of port consignments of trade parcels warehousing of post parcels missing or lost parcels clearance of parcels by direct assessment parcels declaration examination of post parcels assessment of parcels uncleared or unclaimed parcels re-importation of parcels

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