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Traffic Office (Traffic Office Manager) Level 3 QCF Certificate at Wiltshire Transport Training & Development Ltd

Course description

To be able to manage the traffic office ensuring all staff are properly trained on relevant computer systems, check vehicle reports and defect sheets, organise
replacement drivers/vehicles as required and ensure the driver rota is
complete. To use and report on fleet management systems on fuel/vehicle usage.

Course content

The candidate is required to complete the mandatory units:

  • Health, Safety and Security at work
  • Develop productive working relationships with colleagues in logistics operations
  • Routing and scheduling of loads
  • Manage the traffic office

Along with the following optional units:

Optional Units Group 1 (2 units from this group)

  • Release vehicles for daily tasks
  • Monitor vehicle movements
  • Identify suitable collection or delivery points
  • Contribute to the provision of customer service in logistics operations
  • Inducting new colleagues into a logistics operation
  • Post journey reports and checks

Optional Units Group 2 (1 unit from this group)

  • Produce costings for freight transport
  • International road transport operations
  • Help team members address problems affecting their performance in logistics operations

Optional Units Group 3 (2 units from this group)

  • Recruit, select and keep colleagues in logistics operations
  • Build and manage teams in logistics operations
  • Manage your own professional development in logistics operations

Entry requirements

Candidates aged 16-18 are fully funded. Funding for 19+ is more limited, please contact us for details.

Candidates cannot be on any other funded scheme and should ideally be employed or sponsored by a company in the transport/logistics industry.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Wiltshire Transport Training & Development Ltd directly.

Last updated date: 25 August 2015
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