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Logistics, Warehousing and Supply Chain Management Apprenticeships
Chesterfield College is a further education further and higher education college in the town of Chesterfield in North East Derbyshire, England. The college consists of three campuses (Infirmary Road, Tapton House and Clowne) spread over the town of Chesterfield and has over 700 courses to choose from, some 8,000 students study at Chesterfield College, 4,700 of which are full-time, another 500 are studying for higher education courses, and over 2,500 adult and other part-time learners. The College has been awarded the full Training Quality Standard (TQS) and is now recognized as one of the best UK organizations in the country to deliver employer training and development solutions.
The Chesterfield College caters for a wide range of learners, providing foundation courses, A Levels, vocational and professional qualifications, diplomas and degrees , in subjects that include construction, fitness and wellbeing, science and humanities, business, engineering, art and design, hospitality and catering, uniformed public services, information technology, child care, hair and beauty, amongst others.
Chesterfield College is a highly regarded centre for work-based learning, offering training in partnership with 150 local companies and 1,000 learners, who the College delivers training and education to in the work place through Train to Gain and Apprenticeships.
- Intermediate Logistics Operations (12-18 months): During your Apprenticeship you will also gain skills that all employers value to complement your experience in Logistics. This includes improving your communication, timekeeping, time management and team work skills.
- Intermediate Warehousing (12-18 months): is framework could see you working as a Warehouse picker/packer, loader and with appropriate training, fork lift truck operator.
- Intermediate and Advanced Supply Chain Management (12-18 months): This framework is about supporting the functions of a supply chain. You’ll learn many skills like how to help control the ordering and delivery of materials, or how to manage materials, stock and storage. On the Advanced Apprenticeship, you’ll take on a supervisory role and be involved in analysing the supply chain’s performance.