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Warehousing and Storage Apprenticeship Level 2 at Warwickshire College Group

Course description

Apprenticeships are a vocational training programme leading to a series of qualifications, offering the opportunity to earn while you learn using real working life experience.  To become an apprentice, you must be employed in a suitable position.  You can register with the National Apprenticeship Service online or contact us for details.

Course content

Work Based Learning Element Certificate in Warehouse and Storage Skills Level 2.  This is a work based qualification including units containing both competency and knowledge.  An assessor will be assigned to help you select units which best fit with your work and will visit you regularly to help you compile a portfolio of evidence to show your competence.  As the certificate is tailored to the individual, the time taken to complete your portfolio will depend on how quickly you collect the evidence.  Normally a Certificate Level 2 will take a minimum of 12-15 months to complete.

Employee Rights & Responsibilities Level 2 Award: Portfolio of evidence 

Functional Skills: English and Maths at Level 1 

Health & Safety in the Workplace

Processing customer orders

Moving and storing goods

Receiving goods

Stock Control

Our standard programme includes the College day release to complete the functional skills (if required) however this can be discussed with individual employers and candidates prior to acceptance on the programme as we can be fairly flexible on the layout of the programme. 

Entry requirements

3 GCSE passes at D or above including Maths and English.

Employers who recruit via the College are usually looking for candidates with good GCSE grades.  However, attitude, flexibility and a willingness to learn and progress through the apprenticeship programme are as important as qualifications.

Full time employment in a suitable position will be required to complete the apprenticeship. 


Assessment is a combination of portfolio evidence and online or written testing for functional skills (if required) supported by your assessor, lecturers and employer.

Future opportunities

On successful completion of the Intermediate Apprenticeship programme, you will be given advice and guidance about opportunities for further study.  Progression to an Advanced Apprenticeship is possible of your job role is suitable.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Warwickshire College Group directly.

Last updated date: 19 January 2017
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