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Transport and logistics

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Logistics Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
Supply Chain Operative/Technician
Undertake routine materials movement, plan and administer logistics
Export Operative
Import Operative
Air Freight
Ocean Freight
Road Freight
End-of-Life Vehicles Operative
Material Classification Operative
Material Handler (Specialist Equipment) Operative
WEEE Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment Operative
Weighbridge Operative
Removals Operative
Traffic Office
Supply Chain Manager
Manage an extended supply chain across multiple countries making use of sophisticated operations tools and analytical approaches
International Supply Chain Manager
Logistics Operations Fleet Operations Manager
Logistics Operations Maintenance Manager
Logistics Operations Procurement Manager
Logistics Operations Warehousing Manager
Supply Chain Professional
Lead all of the extended supply chain components (usually including procurement) and seek to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the whole chain
Transport Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
Captain
Sail small vessels unsupervised
Tug Master
Yacht Master
Pilot
Fly commercial aircraft
Transport Operations Operative/Technician
Support a transport facility's operation and/or support the loading and movement of a freight or passenger vehicle or vessel
Aircraft Handling
Aircraft Movement
Fire Fighter
Flight Operations
Passenger Services
Aircraft Handling
Aircraft Movement
Fire Fighter
Flight Operations
Passenger Services
Chandlery & Retail
Fuel & Pump out
Lock & Bridge Operation
Rigging
Network Performance Operator
Scheduler
Cargo Operatives
Passenger, Ferry & Cruise Operatives
Electrical Controller
Incident Responder
Signalling Operators
Transport Operations Manager
Manage and lead the operation of a transport facility
Aircraft Handling Manager
Aircraft Movement Manager
Fire Service Watch Manager
Flight Operations - Air Traffic Control (ATC)
Flight Operations Manager - Operations
Passenger Operations Manager
Transport Planning Manager
Transport Operations Senior Manager
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