This qualification provides the skills & knowledge for a person to acquire the skills required for an individual
No pre entry qualification requirements.
Those participants who successfully complete qualification are eligible to progress to Level.
To gain a TLI30319 Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations the student is required to complete a total of 14 Units of competency 2 core units listed below, plus
12 general elective units selected from Group C general elective units.
2 core units listed below, plus
4 units from one of the specialist elective Group A or Group B, plus
8 general elective units selected from Group C general elective units.
Up to 3 of the elective units may be imported from any relevant nationally endorsed Training Package. The elective units must contribute to the vocational outcomes of the qualification.
National Course Code
Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
Ensure the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)
Course charges for each qualification delivered in a Traineeship arrangement will be charged at the prescribed rate of $3.25 per nominal hour commenced, and each unit of competency in each course has a nominal hour allocated to it. Please CLICK HERE for each unit of competency’s nominal hour allocation and multiply by the prescribed rate, currently at $3.25. Any unit commenced will be charged to the student or employer if engaged in workplace training in compliance of the VET FEES & CHARGES POLICY 2021
Example: SITXWHS101 Participate in safe work practices = 15 nominal hours = $48.75
Course charges vary due to the electives selected and units will be charged once commenced at yearly nominal rate fee
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 60 62 67 for any course you wish to review for yourself or your workplace and relevant charges.
The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees.
RPL is a form of assessment that acknowledges skills and knowledge gained through:
• Formal training conducted by industry or education, Work experience & Life experience
The main principle of RPL focuses on the outcomes of learning rather than when or where the learning occurred. Evidence of competency is collected by the student and submitted to the nominated assessor and assessment is made based on the required industry standard within the relevant training package unit of competency. If you believe this may apply to you for any part of the course, then you should request an application kit during the enrolment process.
TIAWA recognises statements of attainments and qualifications issues by any another Registered Training Organisation within Australia.
logistics operator, warehouse operator, supply chain administration operator, supply chain administration, officer, rail terminal operator.