Workforce Certificate (PSAV/Clock Hour program)
The mission of the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology workforce certificate program is to educate, train, and prepare students for careers in logistics business environments. Through applied classroom and lab experiences, the program enables students to achieve the required level of communication, critical thinking, technical, analytical, and supervisory skills required for entry-level warehouse, distribution center, and other logistics related positions.
This program will provide an in-depth study of the primary focus areas within the dynamic world of logistics. It will provide the skills necessary to those who are aiming for a career within these functions; or it will provide a stepping stone to a possible management position for those who are already employed in a logistics function.
A minimum grade of "C" or better must be achieved in all professional coursework.
Because we created the program by working closely with leading logistics companies, our curriculum has been designed to meet their needs precisely. This means graduates of our program will have all the qualifications they need to enter the industry successfully. And if you're already working in a logistics-related business, the program can help you advance your career. In fact, the local transportation employers we've worked with strongly support the idea of additional education for their employees.
The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is a major criterion in a student's completion of the program. In order to earn the Workforce Certificate, students must achieve or surpass the designated exit score(s) on the TABE or quality for a TABE waiver. Students with prior coursework, test scores or licensing may qualify for a TABE waiver and can visit or contact any College Assessment and Certification Center to have the waiver processed and added to their individual student record. For students who do not meet the required TABE scores and need assistance in order to meet the exit requirement(s), the College offers remediation in basic skills through Adult Education.
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