Apprenticeship

Supply Chain Practitioner Level 3

We’ve designed this Apprenticeship to ensure individuals gain all the skills needed to become competent and confident Supply Chain practitioners. We can offer this as a starting point for an existing staff member or as progression following our Supply Chain & Warehouse Operative apprenticeship programme.

At this level we first work with you to understand how your business operates and we focus on developing skills in; forecasting demand, working with hauliers and logistics partners, scheduling and rota planning, liaising with suppliers, analysing stock data and managing stock control levels.

Who is this programme for?

  • Aged 16+ – no maximum age limit
  • Have the right to live and work in the UK
  • Have been a British/EU citizen for the last 3 years
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Overview

Course Level

Level 3

Duration

21 months

Sector

Warehousing & Logistics

Learning method

Blended

Location

Workplace/Remote

Supply Chain Practitioner Level 3

Overview

Throughout the course, we support; improving operational performance, resolving problems in supply chain practice, implement and usage of management systems, promoting of health & safety standards and principles of procurement. Apprentices develop core skills, including using continuous improvement techniques, leading on the creation of Standard Operating Procedures, analysing and interpreting data, using IT systems and completing supply chain documentation. We design training that meets your needs, tailoring our approach by using both virtual and on-site delivery and minimises downtime.

EPA

End-point assessment

The Apprenticeship End-Point Assessment (EPA) is the ultimate measure of an apprentice’s skills and knowledge. It’s a rigorous, independent evaluation conducted by qualified and independent assessors to ensure that apprentices have reached the required standard in their chosen field. EPA is the final step in an apprenticeship journey, validating their expertise and paving the way for a successful career.

Work-based project
Practical observation
Interview
Professional discussion

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Apprenticeship vacancies

Becoming an apprentice can be a smart move for anyone looking to gain practical experience in a particular field or industry. By working alongside experienced professionals, you can learn the ins and outs of a business while developing your own skills and expertise.

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