Short Term Offer through 9/30/15: No-Cost Logistics Training for Employees

By on August 31, 2015
No-Cost Logistics Training for Employees

Provide employees with the knowledge they need across the supply chain – warehousing, distribution, transportation, etc. and help them move up the career ladder.

Contact St. Louis Community College now about providing your entry-level employees or entry/lower level managers with an opportunity to train in this high-value no-cost certification course in Logistics funded through the MoManufacturingWins grant. Training is online, self-paced, and offers a nationally recognized credential through the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) as a Certified Logistics Technician.

Email Troy Kitchen at TKitchen@stlcc.edu or Kathie Chambers at KChambers@stlcc.edu.

Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) / Certified Logistics Technician (CLT)
(value $5,400 p/p)

Study modules on the global supply chain, logistics environment, safety, material handling equipment, quality control, workplace communication, teamwork and problem solving, product receiving and shipping, order packing and packaging, transportation modes, and inventory control.

As the leading certifying body for the nation’s front-line manufacturing production and supply chain logistics workers, MSSC’s certification program allows students and workers to document their knowledge. As the only certification organization in the industry accredited by ANSI under ISO 17024, MSSC helps provide businesses with a pipeline of individuals with the core competencies of highly skilled industrial athletes of the future.

Employees of TAGGlogistics fill out admission applications to be part of St. Louis Community College’s MoManufacturingWins grant-funded training opportunity leading to a nationally-recognized credential as Certified Logistics Technicians. Pictured are Kyle Miner, David Aubuchon, Corey Walton, Shawn Ernst, Jerome Bray, and Human Resources Manager Tammy Crawford. TAGG, a Midwest and West Coast third party logistics (3PL) provider, offers outsourced order fulfillment, distribution, packaging, kitting and assembly.

Employees of TAGGlogistics fill out admission applications to be part of St. Louis Community College’s MoManufacturingWins grant-funded training opportunity leading to a nationally-recognized credential as Certified Logistics Technicians. Pictured are Kyle Miner, David Aubuchon, Corey Walton, Shawn Ernst, Jerome Bray, and Human Resources Manager Tammy Crawford. TAGG, a Midwest and West Coast third party logistics (3PL) provider, offers outsourced order fulfillment, distribution, packaging, kitting and assembly.

About the Program

The CLA/CLT training program prepares you to earn nationally recognized Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) credentials. MSSC strongly recommends that individuals be at an 8th-grade math and 10th-grade reading level before taking the courses. Included WorkKeys testing will validate the readiness of an employee to enter into training.

Certified Logistics Associate (CLA)

This course provides students with the foundational broad knowledge they will need to understand the world of supply chain and related core competencies. Learning materials include a PDF textbook and e-learning modules. This course requires approximately 35 hours to complete and includes:

  • Global Supply Chain
  • The Logistics Environment
  • Material Handling Equipment
  • Safety Principles
  • Safe Material Handling & Equipment Operation
  • Quality Control Principles
  • Work Communication
  • Teamwork and Good Workplace Conduct
  • Using Computers

The student must pass the CLA Assessment Test to move on to the CLT training modules.

Certified Logistics Technician (CLT)

This course provides students with the mid-level technical knowledge needed to understand the world of supply chain logistics and related core competencies. Learning materials include a PDF textbook and e-learning modules. This course requires approximately 35 hours to complete and includes:

  • Product Receiving
  • Product Storage
  • Order Processing
  • Inventory Control Fundamentals
  • Packaging and Shipment
  • Safe Handling of Hazardous Materials
  • Evaluation of Transportation Modes
  • Dispatch and Tracking Operation
  • Measurement and Metric Conversions

About Kathie Chambers

Kathie is a Workforce Solutions Group Senior Project Manager who works across industries with business leaders and training professionals to maximize training effectiveness. Her experience includes training and development in the corporate, manufacturing, public/non-profit sectors, and business management in privately held companies.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *