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Course Introduction
Please view the introduction video that explains the course outline, facilitator and assessments.
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Module 1 – Stores and Warehousing – Section 1
After completing this section, you will be able to: • Define the supply chain concept. • Describe the supply chain process using a diagram. • Discuss and apply supply chain improvements. • Explain the flow of supply, demand and information in a supply chain. • Discuss the flow of products and services from supplier to customer by using a diagram.
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Module 1 – Section 2
After completing this section, you will be able to: • Differentiate between the functions of the store and the warehouse in a manufacturing environment. • Distinguish between centralised and decentralised warehousing. • Explain a warehouse layout. • Discuss the different functions of each department in the warehouse. • Explain the importance of stock control in order to improve supply chain operations. • Discuss the principles of operations of a Warehouse Management System (WMS). • Discuss space requirements in order to identify appropriate layout of a warehouse. • Explain various storage methods. • Describe the material flow in a warehouse.
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Module 1 – Section 3
After completing this section, you will be able to: • Identify inventory. • Control inventory. • Establish the cost of inventory. • Explain inventory and production efficiency. • Explain the ordering and purchasing cycle.
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Module 1 – Section 4
After completing this section, you will be able to: • Describe the process and methods of authorisation of issuing according to organisational procedures. • Describe and complete documents used during the issue process. • Explain the identification of requirements and timing of issues. • Identify and describe different types of issues as per procedure are identified and described.
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Module 1 – Section 5
After completing this section, you will be able to: • Explain storage and storage techniques. • Describe the importance of location in the warehouse. • Discuss the financial impact of inventory on the business. • Do inventory taking and inventory counts. • Prepare for a count. • Initiate and control inventory counts. • Count inventory. • Solve discrepancies. • Conduct post-inventory housekeeping functions. • Explain inventory shrinkage. • Interpret information on the inventory management system. • Discuss the reasons why stocktaking is performed. • Discuss periodic stocktaking. • Discuss perpetual stocktaking. • Explain the control group approach to stocktaking. • Discuss stock reconciliation.
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Module 1 – Section 6
After completing this section, you will be able to: • Describe the purpose of scheduling. • Identify information needed to carry out scheduling. • Explain why effective scheduling is important. • Identify scheduling criteria. • Describe how supply and demand affects scheduling. • Handle backorders. • Use performance measuring tools. • Discuss the use of scheduling software. • Explain scheduling for different types of manufacturing strategies. • Monitor production and identify any non-conformances. • Identify Input / Output (I/O) control. • Describe production releases. • Report production achievements. • Work with a Master Production Schedule (MPS). • Discuss Just-In-Time (JIT). • Plan production line manning levels. • Work with performance level agreements.
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Module 1 – section 7
After completing this section, you will be able to: • Define productivity. • Measure productivity. • Identify ways to improve productivity. • Explain ergonomics and productivity.
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Module 1 – Pre-Assessment Agreement
To be completed before completing first module summative assessment Skills Programme: Warehouse Team Leading PoE Administration Pack NQF 3 (48 Credits) SAQA ID: SP 9012 / 14 - 17
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Module 2: Teamwork Introduction
Welcome to this learning programme that will ensure qualified learners are capable of: • Identifying the role of team leaders. • Contracting with a team or group to obtain buy in. • Monitoring the achievement of group goals or objectives. • Explaining why it is important to motivate a team and how levels of motivation can be assessed. • Applying theories of motivation. • Describing techniques that leaders can use to motivate a team. • Providing feedback to a team. • Recognising achievement. • Indicating how a team leader can empower members of a team. As you work your way through the learning programme you will gain competence against the following Unit Standard: • SAQA ID 13917: Indicate the role of a team leader ensuring that a team meets an organisations standard; NQF 3, 6 Credits • SAQA ID 13947: Motivate a team; NQF 4; 6 Credits
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Module 2 – Section 1
After completing this section you will be able to: • Explaining the role of team leader. • Explaining the intended purpose of a specific team. • Contracting with a team or group to obtain buy in. • Monitoring the achievement of group goals or objectives.
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Module 2 – Section 2
After completing this section you will be able to: • Explain why it is important to motivate a team and how levels of motivation can be assessed. • Apply theories of motivation. • Describe techniques that leaders can use to motivate a team. • Provide feedback to a team. • Recognise achievement. Indicating how a team leader can empower members of a team.
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Module 3: Problem Solving Techniques Introduction
Welcome to this Learning Programme, that will ensure qualified learners are capable of: • Converting numbers between the decimal number system and binary number system • Working with numbers in different ways to express size/magnitude. • Demonstrating the effect of error in calculations. • Measuring, estimating, and calculating physical quantities in practical situations relevant to the adult in life or the workplace • Exploring, describing and representing, interpreting and justifying geometrical relationships and conjectures to solve problems in two and three dimensional geometrical situations As you work your way through this learning programme you will gain competence against the following Unit Standard: • SAQA ID 9010: Demonstrate an understanding of the use of different number bases and measurement units and an awareness of error in the context of relevant calculations; NQF Level 3, 2 Credits • SAQA ID 9013: Describe, apply, analyse and calculate shape and motion in 2 and 3 dimensional space in different contexts; NQF 3, 4 Credits
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Module 3 – Section 1
After completing this section you will be able to: • Do conversion between binary and decimal numbers correctly. • Do basic addition and subtraction calculations in the binary number system correctly. • Explain practical applications of the decimal and binary system correctly.
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Module 3 – Section 2
After completing this section you will be able to: • Relate the prefixes indicating magnitude in measurements correctly to the decimal system. • Apply conversions between related units in different measurement systems correctly in real-life contexts.
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Module 3 – Section 3
After completing this section you will be able to: • Ensure that symbols for irrational numbers such as 7c and 42 are left in formulae or steps to calculations except where approximations are required. • Provide descriptions of the effect of rounding prematurely in calculations. • Determine the desired degree of accuracy in relation to the practical context. • Express the final value of a calculation in terms of the required unit.
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Module 3 – Section 4
After completing this section you will be able to: • Read the scales on the measuring instruments correctly. • Estimate quantities to a tolerance justified in the context of the need. • Choose the appropriate instrument to measure a particular quantity. • Measure quantities correctly to within the least step of the instrument. • Carry out calculations correctly. • Use symbols and units in accordance with SI conventions and as appropriate to the situation.
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Module 3 – Section 5
After completing this section you will be able to: • Base descriptions on a systematic analysis of the shapes and reflect the properties of the shapes accurately, clearly and completely. • Ensure that descriptions include quantitative information appropriate to the situation and need. • Base conjectures as appropriate to the situation, on well-planned investigations of geometrical properties. • Ensure that representations of the problems are consistent with and appropriate to the problem context. Represent the problems comprehensively and in mathematical terms. • Achieve results through efficient and correct analysis and manipulation of representations. • Present problem-solving methods clearly, logically and in mathematical terms. • Ensure that solutions are correct and are interpreted and validated in terms of the context of the problem.
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Module 4 – Business Communication Introduction
Welcome to this learning programme, that will ensure qualified learners are capable of: • Using a range of reading and viewing strategies to understand the literal meaning of specific texts • Using strategies for extracting implicit messages in texts • Responding to selected texts in a manner appropriate to the context • Exploring and explaining how language structures and features may influence a reader. As you work your way through this learning programme you will gain competence against the following Unit Standard: • SAQA ID 8969: Interpret and use information from texts; NQF Level 3, 5 Credits
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Module 4 – Section 1
After completing this section, you should be able to interact successfully in oral communication, by successfully completing the following: • Identify unfamiliar words. Determine their meanings correctly by utilising knowledge of syntax, word-attack skills parameter/analysis skills, and contextual clues. • Test different options for the meanings of ambiguous words and select correct meanings in relation to the context. • Separate main ideas from supporting evidence and paraphrase or summarise it. • Recognise and explain the purpose of visual and/or graphic representations in texts. • Explain the features of visual texts in relation to the way they impact on meaning.
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Module 4 – Section 2
After completing this section, you should be able to interact successfully in oral communication, by successfully completing the following: • Identify the source of text and discuss it in terms of reliability and possible bias. • Explore attitudes, beliefs and intentions in order to determine the point of view expressed either directly or indirectly. • Explore techniques and explain it in terms of purpose and audience. • Identify promotion of, or support for, a particular line of thought/cause and explain it with reference to selection or omission of materials.
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Module 4 – Section 3
After completing this section, you should be able to interact successfully in oral communication, by successfully completing the following: • Act upon instructions and requests. • Use text-type, format and register on the appropriate level of formality.
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Module 4 – Section 4
After completing this section, you should be able to interact successfully in oral communication, by successfully completing the following: • Describe the choice of words, language usage, symbols, pictures and tone and pace in terms of how a point of view is shaped or supported.
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Private: Skills Programme: Warehousing Team Leading Skills NQF 3
About Lesson

Welcome to this skills programme that will ensure qualified learners are capable of:

• Using materials handling equipment safely.
• Receiving stock.
• Coding, and labelling inventory items.
• Carrying out various warehouse distribution functions.
• Understanding why stocktaking is performed.
• Explaining various stocktaking methods to check stock.
• Performing stock reconciliation.

As you work your way through this skills programme you will gain competence against the following Unit Standard:

• SAQA ID 377384: Describe the use of stores and warehousing in operations; NQF Level 3, 10 Credits
• SAQA ID 377385: Explain the role of materials handling in the warehouse; NQF 3, 10 credits
• SAQA ID 377362: Discuss the role of stocktaking in ensuring inventory accuracy; NQF 3, 5 credits

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