Warrington Collegiate

NVQ Traffic Office Level 2 Apprenticeship TGTO11AL

Warrington Collegiate
In Warrington

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Typology NVQ
Location Warrington
  • NVQ
  • Warrington
Description

This work-based program is designed for adults, age 19 and over, working in a transport office within the logistic industry or would like to move up into a managerial role. Your competence will be confirmed and validated by an independent assessor, enabling you to evidence your abilities to your employers. Experience carrying out route planning and scheduling is a requirement prior to start.

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Government funding available

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Warrington (Cheshire)
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Winwick Road, WA2 8QA

Starts

On request

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· Requirements

You do need to be in employment within the traffic office. A written assessment of your communication and numeracy will also be given prior to start. If you do not meet a Level 1 standard in these areas, training will be provided upon the agreement with you and your employer.

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Course programme

NVQ Traffic Office Level 2 - Apprenticeship - TGTO11AL

Is the course for me?
This work-based program is designed for adults, age 19 and over, working in a transport office within the logistic industry or would like to move up into a managerial role. Your competence will be confirmed and validated by an independent assessor, enabling you to evidence your abilities to your employers. Experience carrying out route planning and scheduling is a requirement prior to start.

What will I learn?
Your assessor will closely observe your job performance, and identify any areas where you can improve. S/he will advise you on training, which can improve your skills and knowledge, and increase your efficiency and confidence within your role. Any training that is identified will be carried out on site, or arrangements will be made for you to attend course at the business school or another appropriate location.

How will I be assessed?
Dates for assessment are agreed in advance with you, your employer and the assessor. These will occur on average once a month throughout your program. You will be asked to produce product evidence (e.g. emails and schedules). You will be asked questions about your job, progress and proficiency.

What can I do after the course?
By successfully completing this program, you will have the advantage of new knowledge and confidence that will serve you well on the Managers CPC National Certificate. By achieving CPC certification, you will be able to apply for the appropriate licence to run a transport company as the transport manager.

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