Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations – TLI41816

Course Overview

The Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations is intended for supervisors or front-line managers working within a warehousing and storage environment who use a broad range of skills including requirements to evaluate and analyse current practices, develop new criteria and procedure for performing current practices. Participants will need to demonstrate a provision of some leadership and guidance to others in the application and planning of the skills.

Course Outcome

Lead and mentored by group members undertaking a Diploma level qualification, students will assist in scoping business improvement projects and utilising a team of Certificate III participants in implementing change and inspiring a Lean culture within the workplace. Certificate IV level participants will develop an understanding of applying a continuous improvement strategy to achieve operational excellence through Lean Six Sigma. Participants will gain intermediate skills of what Lean Six Sigma principles have on offer. Certificate IV level participants will achieve an understanding in implementing the following Lean Warehousing concepts:

  • The 8 Wastes
  • Kaizen/Process Improvement
  • Visual Management
  • Standardisation
  • Team Work
  • TAKT Time
  • Problem Solving Tools and Techniques
  • Six-Sigma (Introduction)
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Waste Reduction
  • 5S
  • Perfect Quality
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Pull Systems
  • Kanban Systems
  • 5 Why/Fishbone Diagrams

Course Progression

Upon completion, Certificate IV participants who fast develop the natural ability in building an internal continuous improvement capability that will foster benefits in the long run may be upskilled to a Diploma of Competitive Systems and Practices and step up to the challenge of leading and planning Lean Six Sigma projects within their organisation.

Course Outline

To be awarded the Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations (TLI41810), students must demonstrate competency with a minimum successful outcome of twenty units. Students will work towards achieving tangible outcomes through a series of workplace based activities and assessments in line with participating in group projects aimed to have a significant positive impact on the business and their day-to-day work processes.

Core Units:

  • TLIF1001
    Follow work health and safety procedures
  • TLIF0001
    Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures
  • TLIL1001
    Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures

Elective Units:

  • TLIE4006
    Collect, analyse and present workplace data and information
  • TLIA4028
    Assess and monitor optimum stock levels
  • TLIB2029
    Use and maintain minor mechanical equipment
  • TLIP4002
    Facilitate and capitalise on change in the workplace
  • TLIP4005
    Manage workplace information
  • TLIJ5007
    Conduct internal quality audits
  • TLIA3026
    Monitor storage facilities
  • TLIJ3002
    Apply quality systems
  • TLIG3002
    Lead a work team or group
  • TLIG4006
    Facilitate work teams
  • TLII4001
    Coordinate quality customer service
  • TLIL4033
    Promote effective workplace practice
  • TLIP4001
    Develop plans to meet customer and organisation needs
  • TLIL4009
    Manage personal work priorities and professional development
  • TLIE4013
    Apply workplace statistics
  • TLIU3011
    Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
  • TLIF4014
    Develop and maintain a safe workplace
  • TLIU0001
    Develop workplace policy and procedures for environmental sustainability