BUSINESS STUDIES

NC(V) TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS LEVEL 2 - 4

NC(V) TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS LEVEL 2 - 4

Transport and Logistics are two interrelated fields which offer good career opportunities for graduates. A growing Transport and Logistics sector ensures the sound functioning of the economy and plays a very significant role in the supply chain for many other sectors of the economy. Logistics describes the management of activities associated with the planning and movement of materials, parts and finished goods across companies, together with the information flow that accompanies it. This course is a combination of theory and practical components. It develops the Certificate holder over a 3 year period to develop their various cognitive abilities in order to not only operate in the vocational field but also to be responsive to a dynamic, ever-changing economy.

The NC(V) certificate holder has two paths they may choose: the primary one is being employed in the industry by filling the skills gaps within South Africa and the other to further develop their knowledge and skills at an institution of higher learning. The course is structured in such a way as to have a seamless transition from the TVET training sector to the Higher Education (HE) sector, i.e. University or University of Technology. An NC(V) introduction letter, when submitted with an application document, will allow the certificate holder the opportunity to be considered at the same level as all other applicants wishing to gain access to HE institutions.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

What do I need to have completed before I can apply to study this course?

  • To enter Level 2 – Grade 9 or better
  • To enter Level 3 – Level 2 qualification
  • To enter Level 4 – Level 3 qualification

COURSE DURATION

How long will it take to complete the qualification?

  • 3 years full-time
  • Enrolment in January (Part-time - Not available)

COURSE LOCATION

Where can I study this course?

NC(V) TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS LEVEL 2 - 4 is available at:

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

What will I be studying during this course?

Level 2 – 4 Fundamental Subjects (Compulsory)
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Life Orientation
  • Plus the Core subjects below

CAREER OPTIONS & GENERAL FAQ's

What will I be able to do after I've obtained this qualification?

The NC(V) Transport and Logistics Level 4 qualification provides opportunities to access any of the following careers listed:
  • Freight Forwarder
  • Logistics and Distribution Manager Assistant
  • Passenger Transport Manager Assistant
  • Transport Planner
  • International Trade Agent
  • Air Freight Administrator
  • Shipping Officer
  • Supply Chain Specialist
  • Transport Engineer
  • Logistics Specialist
  • Warehouse Specialist
  • Dispatch Supervisor
  • Marketing and Sales positions in warehousing,logistics and freight transport

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