Logistics Industry Rights and Responsibilities for Employees
This qualification will provide learners with the underpinning knowledge and understanding to work in various roles in the Logistics Industry.
Work within the Logistics Industry could involve the loading or unloading of vehicles, working as part of a team. It may also involve the warehousing and storage of various types of goods in a range of industries and environments such as manufacturing plants or distribution depots.
Work as a warehouse operative would be likely to involve taking delivery and storage of goods and supplies, checking for damaged or missing items, moving stock, picking orders and loading goods for timely dispatch, ensuring the correct selection and packing of customer orders.
The qualification contains one Mandatory unit which covers employees' rights and responsibilities in the logistics industry, the role of the logistics organisation in employment rights and responsibilities, the use of information in relation to employment, sources of information in relation to employment rights and responsibilities, employment rights and responsibilities in the workplace and public concerns about the logistics sector.
Who Can Take this Qualification?
This qualification is intended for learners who are undertaking an apprenticeship in the logistics sector.
There are no prerequisites to achieve this qualification. It is assessed by the completion of the Introduction to Employee Rights and Responsibilities for Apprentices in the Logistics sector workbook.
PAA\VQ-SET Level 2 Award in Logistics Industry Rights and Responsibilities for Employees - 603/0272/0
Potential Job Roles
Learners may be employed, or seeking employment, within job roles, such as:
This qualification sits in the following Apprenticeship Framework:
Warehousing and Storage, Level 2 - England