Transport and logistics
Discover a career in transport and logistics when you study with TAFE Queensland. Learn to manage a supply chain or warehouse, or how to transport cargo and passengers, and open the doors to a range of career opportunities.
Study transport and logistics
TAFE Queensland's range of transport and logistics courses will get you moving in an exciting career. Develop specialist knowledge in transport and logistics planning, supply chain management, and operations and risk management with our advanced-level courses.
The logistics and warehousing industries involve the storage and distribution of goods and products between suppliers and customers. During your study, you’ll gain valuable supply chain skills including receiving and dispatching goods, picking and processing orders, stocktaking, and managing transportation.
You can also learn how to transport your passengers or cargo safely between destinations and set yourself on the road to a career as a freight or bus driver.
- Bus driver
- Freight handler
- Logistics manager
- Pallet maker
- Tip truck driver
- Warehouse supervisor
Transport and logistics courses
Diploma of Logistics
Develop specialist knowledge in transport and logistics planning, supply chain management, and operations and risk management with this advanced-level course. This course is designed for experienced logistics workers who want to take their skills to the next level.
- Logistics Manager
Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations
Develop a broad range of knowledge and skills to embark upon a new career in warehousing operations. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to work as a warehouse/logistics operator and may also give you an opportunity to gain your forklift or order picker licence.
- Rail Terminal Operator
- Supply Chain Administration Operator
- Warehouse Operator
- Logistics Operator
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