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TLI50415 - TLI50415 - Diploma of Logistics

TLI50415 - Diploma of Logistics

Smart and Skilled

This course is on the NSW skills list. Students in NSW may be eligible for a Government subsidised price.

VET Student Loans

We are approved to offer VET Student Loans to eligible students. The loan amount for this course is capped at $5000.

Nationally Recognised

This qualification is provided as Nationally Recognised Training (NRT).

Course description

If you’re a good communicator and team player who wants to develop the skills needed to step into a logistics management, this could be the perfect course for you.

Ideally, you will have logistical experience in your workplace, but may wish to go for a promotion as a supply chain purchasing supervisor or manager. This diploma should provide this opportunity by developing skills and addressing skills gaps.

Learn to solve complex customer concerns, select appropriate equipment, services and techniques, develop strategic initiatives and organise others. You will also learn to coordinate teams, including those concerned with planning and evaluation.

You will need access to a transport and logistics workplace where you can utilise appropriate workplace documentation.

Your successful completion of the licensing units in this qualification must align with relevant licensing and regulatory requirements in your state.

Units of study

Core Units

Two (2) units must be completed

Unit Code Unit Name
TLIF0002 Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures
TLIL5020 Develop and maintain operational procedures for transport and logistics enterprises

Elective Units

Thirteen (13) units must be completed

Unit Code Unit Name
BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace
TLIF4064 Manage fatigue management policies and procedures
TLII5018 Manage customer service
TLIX4028 Apply knowledge of logistics
TLIL5055 Manage a supply chain
TLIR5014 Manage suppliers
TLIR5006 Develop, implement and review purchasing strategies
BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness
BSBMGT516 Facilitate continuous improvement
BSBRSK501 Manage risk
TLIU0001 Develop workplace policy and procedures for environmental sustainability
BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan
Requirements
As it is stated in the Diploma of Logistics training package that for one unit students need to be in working in a logistical environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Before gaining entry to a course, why do I need a Unique Student Identifier (USI)? How do I obtain one?
All students are required to have a USI, before their enrolment is confirmed. If you have not created your USI and are intending to study, you should create your free USI now. Get more information by visiting usi.gov.au. You will need to have proof of your identity to complete the process. Once you have a USI you will have a secure online record of your nationally recognised training which you can access anytime and anywhere. If you have any questions, or need assistance creating your USI, please contact TAFE Digital by phone or chat.
What qualifications or experience are recommended to meet the course’s entry requirements?
There are no entry requirements, however, it is desirable that you have industry experience with access to a transport and logistics workplace documentation before entering into this qualification. You will also need solid computer skills, be able to interpret data especially in the preparation of procedures and policies.
How much time should I study this course for each week (on average) to complete in the required time?
You have up to 24 months to complete this course. This course will take around 9 hours a week of study based on 96 weeks of participation. If you have industry, experience and knowledge may find you complete more rapidly. As you are studying flexibly, this is a guide only and you should use your course study planner to plan your studies in more detail.
At a minimum, what software do I require for my course?

You don't have to be a computer whiz to succeed in online learning, but you should be comfortable typing, using the internet and email, chatting to your teachers or others online, reading course content online, using common software and performing other basic tasks.

Minimum software specifications for your course are:

  • Microsoft Office or equivalent (free download for TAFE NSW enrolled students)
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download)
  • Adobe Flash Player (free download)
  • Up-to-date internet browser
At a minimum, what computer skills do I require for my course?

You don't have to be a computer whiz to succeed in online learning, but you should be comfortable typing, using the internet and email, chatting to your teachers or others online, reading course content online, using common software and performing other basic tasks.

Minimum specifications for your computer are:

  • Microsoft Windows 7, or later, or Mac OS X or above

You may also need access to:

  • A printer/scanner to print and scan documents for uploading.
  • A smart phone or digital video so that you can video practical tasks for some courses
What if I need a full-time course?
Completion in 12 months is considered full-time. On enrolment, please let our Customer Help team know that you need to study full-time. They will adjust the time frame of your enrolment to reflect a full-time study load and can then provide you with a Confirmation of Enrolment form for Centrelink.
How will I contact TAFE Digital if I’m having a problem? How long will it take to get a response?
If you are having trouble accessing your course resources or navigating the TAFE Digital website after enrolling, you should contact one of our Customer Help Officers on 1300 823 366. They are available Monday to Thursday 8am to 8pm and 8am to 5pm on Fridays.
If your query is specific to a unit you are studying and requires a subject matter expert, you should contact your unit facilitator. Their contact details are located on every unit. You should make contact via email. If you require over the phone support and appointment can be requested.
What will this course qualify me to do and what type of jobs will I be able to get? What is the future outlook like for jobs in this field?
Logistics Manager, Warehouse Manager, Procurement officer. Future job prospects for these roles are outlined here in the Australian Government’s Job Outlook.
Is there tutor support available after hours?
TAFE Digital has teamed up with the national service Studiosity, to offer students live online help with things like essay and report writing, study skills and referencing. You can make contact with a tutor from 3pm to 11pm Sunday to Friday, via your Moodle course page or drop off a writing file and receive feedback in less than 24 hours. Watch this short, informative video for more information.
This service is additional to the specific subject help that your unit facilitator can provide.
On completion of this course, what is the pathway to further study?
After completing this qualification you can gain credit towards university studies in Business, Supply Chain Management, Commerce (Logistics & Supply Chain) or Transport Management under Logistics & Supply Chain or Transport & Infrastructure qualifications. Depending on which university you choose to study at, you may be able to gain credits from your TAFE studies.
How will I access extra course resources or talk to a librarian?
If you want make contact with a TAFE Digital librarian to access further course resources, go to tafenow.com.au/library-ask-us. Then type in your reference query. A librarian on chat will show you how to search the library catalogue and how to use our specialised subject guides to find extra information for assessments.
Is this course available through TAFE Digital as a traineeship in NSW and other states?
No, this course is not suitable as a traineeship.
How will I send in my assessment tasks?
Once you enrol you will work from the learning platform of our website. Your course information will tell you what assessment events you are required to and provide instructions on how to upload them so your assessor gets them. If you are asked to send video or audio evidence for an assessment you can upload it to YouTube, Vimeo or DropBox and just upload the URL to the course website so we know where to look.
Is work placement a requirement of this course?
No. However, access to a logistical workplace with procedures and processes is a requirement.
What happens if I fail a unit or an assessment event? What is TAFE Digital's re-submission policy?
Your teacher/assessor will provide feedback on your assessment event and will let you know if you have met the requirements. If you have not met the requirements, you will have one extra attempt to resubmit your assessment and get it to the required standard to become competent in this unit. If you do not succeed in your second attempt a fee may be charged for an assessor to mark your third submission.
Will I need to buy any text books or other equipment for this course?
No, all resources are online.
Can I transfer to a campus class if I struggle online?
Before considering a change it is best to discuss your options with TAFE Digital’s Educational Support Officers who may be able to arrange additional support for your studies. If your course is available at an TAFE NSW campus you may be able to transfer. Please contact the customer contact centre.
I’m currently living overseas, is it okay for me to do this course?
You will need to discuss this with the course coordinator before enrolling. It will depend on where you are and your access to a suitable workplace and documentation. The workplace must have facilities and procedures equivalent to Australian standards and systems under the HVNL and various systems and Acts within Australian borders.
If I do a course with TAFE Digital, can I get an extension on my visa?
You must apply for a visa extension directly with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. TAFE Digital can provide you with a Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) once you’ve enrolled in a course as proof of your student status, but is unable to assist with your visa application.
What if English is not my first language?
If English is not your first language and you did not complete the last two years of secondary education in English, you are required to provide evidence of English language competency before enrolling into the course. Examples of appropriate evidence are listed below:
  • IELTS - Overall score of 5.5
  • TOEFL - One of the following:
    • 530 (paper)
    • 197 (computer)
    • 71 (internet)
  • Evidence of 12 months in English-speaking employment - Testimonial or statutory declaration
Do I have to pay the cost of my course in full when I enrol?
At TAFE NSW, TAFE Digital we accept a range of convenient payment methods for paying course fees. These include up front payment (or paying the course in-full), payment plans, deferred payments or third party payment. The amount you pay might be reduced if you are eligible for a subsidised place.

For more detailed information please visit the TAFE NSW, TAFE Digital payment options page.
What fee payment options are used to pay for a course?
TAFE NSW North Coast does not accept cash payments, however you can pay your course fees and other enrolment related charges by:
  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • A completed Authority to Invoice from your employer or job provider (if applicable)
How do I pay for my course?
When you have to make a payment will depend on how you have chosen to pay your course fees. To confirm your place in a course, you must pay a deposit. The amount that you pay will depend on the length of your course.

If you are studying a course at Diploma level, you may be eligible for a VET Student Loan. You may also qualify for an exemption, which means you don't pay any fees.

If you are choosing a payment plan, you will need to agree to a Westpac Direct Debit Plan and provide your credit card details or bank account number. We will debit regular payments from your account/credit card to make sure payment for your course fees are up to date.

To find out more about the different payment options available to you, please visit the TAFE NSW, TAFE Digital payment options page
Does TAFE NSW, TAFE Digital have a Fee and refund policy?
TAFE NSW, TAFE Digital has a new Refund Policy which is effective from 1 November 2017. This policy applies to Student Fees, Concession Fees and Additional Costs and other charges paid by TAFE NSW students and refunds of those fees, costs and charges.

TAFE NSW students may, in certain circumstances, be eligible for a refund or partial refund of the Student Fee, Concession Fee or Additional Costs paid to TAFE NSW. The circumstances where a refund may apply are:
  1. If TAFE NSW cancels the delivery of training, the Student Fee or Concession Fee will be refunded;
  2. If TAFE NSW cancels the delivery of training, the Additional Costs, where the equipment or services purchased have not been used/accessed and are returned to TAFE NSW, will be refunded;
  3. If the student makes a payment more than the Student Fee or Concession Fee, including where the student is determined to be eligible for a Fee Exemption or Concession Fee after such payment, the amount overpaid will be refunded;
  4. For subsidised training, if the student formally withdraws before the commencement of training delivery or classes, then the Student Fee or the Concession Fee paid at enrolment will be refunded;
  5. For Fee for Service training, where the student formally withdraws before the commencement of training, and the training is
    • less than one (1) week duration, the student must formally withdraw five (5) business days before commencement of training to be eligible for a refund;
    • greater than one (1) week duration, then the Student Fee will be refunded;
  6. If the student withdraws after the commencement of training delivery or classes,
    • the instalment fees paid and due at the date of withdrawal from training are non-refundable;
    • a partial refund will be available where the student has made fee payment/s against future-dated instalments due after the date of withdrawal.
If you would like to know more about our Fees and Refund policy please visit the TAFE NSW, TAFE Digital fees and refund policy page.
How can I access the TAFE Student Guide and the student rights and responsibilities?
The 2018 student guide can be accessed here and the student rights and responsibilities can be accessed here
Course Fees

Subsidised Student Fee
$4050.00 - $4550.00

More Information

This training is subsidised by the NSW Government and eligibility criteria apply.
The fee you pay will vary depending on your personal circumstances and eligibility for a subsidised place, a Fee-Free Scholarship, a concession or an exemption.
There may be limited government-subsidised places available.
If you do not gain a subsidised place, you may be able to enrol and pay the full fee.

Contact us:

  • to find out if you are eligible for a subsidised place.
  • for a personal fee assessment.
  • to discuss payment options and loans available to you.

Course prices, charges, and study modes are subject to change without notice and may vary annually.


Exemption
$0.00

More Information

An exemption is where no course fee is charged to the student. For exemptions, the government-subsidises the total cost of the course fee for the qualification. There may be other additional costs, such as textbooks that you need to pay.

You may be eligible for an exemption from the course fee if you:

  • are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander (through descent, self-identification or community identification).
  • meet the Smart and Skilled disability criteria, (proof of a disability support pension or documentary evidence from an appropriate medical professional is required).
  • are the recognised dependent of disability support pension recipient.
Contact us:
  • to find out if you are eligible for a course fee exemption.
  • for a personal fee assessment.
  • to discuss payment options and loans available to you for any additional costs.
Course prices, charges, and study modes are subject to change without notice and may vary annually.


Fee for Service
$8210.00

More Information

There are no fee exemptions, concessions or subsidies available for this price. You are required to contribute to the full cost of your course. Your tuition fee includes all essential study materials.
Extra study resources may be available to enhance your learning and will attract an additional charge.
You may also be eligible for a VET Student Loan for some Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses.
Contact us:

  • for a personal fee assessment.
  • to discuss payment options and loans available to you.
Course prices, charges, and study modes are subject to change without notice and may vary annually.


Your government subsidised fee, and your eligibility for concessions, exemptions and scholarships, are all calculated and confirmed during the enrolment process. The 2017 subsidised fees indicated on this page are indicative only and based on 2016 fees. The state government may make some small changes to fees and subsidies for 2017 enrolments and we will update our site if and when that happens.
Is This Course Right For You?
Subject Expert
Teacher - Diploma of Transport and Logistics at TAFE NSW
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The Diploma of Logistics was developed with up to date legislative requirements to operate with the transport industry in Australia. The course provides the knowledge and skills required to undertake a variety of roles including Logistics Managers for those currently working within the logistics industry.

The Diploma specifically identifies key legislative requirements from heavy vehicle national law to procurement and operational development and implementation.

This course is a fundamental course and highly recommended if you are wanting a management career in the Logistics, transport or procurement industries.

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At a glance

Course Code: TLI50415
Course Duration: 24 months
Units: 15
Recognition: Nationally
Cost: $8,210
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