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Warehouse
Operative
Level 2

Course Overview

Warehouse Operatives work in a variety of warehouse environments. Work activities include taking deliveries, checking for damaged/missing items, storing goods, moving stock by various methods, picking/packing orders, loading goods for dispatch, maintaining stock records and documentation, and cleaning. They are required to safely use a range of equipment, machinery and vehicles, as relevant to their role and setting. This could include mechanical racking systems, materials handling equipment (MHE) or fork lift trucks.

Warehouse Operatives communicate with a wide range of people and customers. They have a passion to meet customers’ expectations by providing a quality service that encourages repeat business. Individuals in this role are highly competent in using industry-recognised systems and associated services (eg Traffic/Warehouse Management Systems) and will be able to work under pressure to tight deadlines. A Warehouse Operative will often be required to be flexible and work shifts including 4-on-4-off, days, nights, evenings and weekends.

What & How you'll learn

End Point Assessment​

The End Point Assessment (EPA) will only commence once the Employer, Apprentice and Protocol Consultancy Services are confident that the apprentice has developed all the knowledge, skills and behaviours defined in the apprenticeship standard and that these are clearly evidenced through the progress review meetings and records. The independent end point assessment ensures that all Apprentices consistently achieve the industry set professional standard. The EPA can commence at any point once the apprentice is competent and after the twelve-month minimum period of learning and development. Prior to independent end point assessment the functional skills English and maths components of the apprenticeship must be successfully completed.

Warehouse Operative Apprenticeships
course Details:
The Warehouse Operative Apprenticeship Requires The Development Of Following Professional Behaviours, Knowledge And Skills:
Off the Job (OJT)

The apprentice must receive off-the-job training for a minimum of 20% of the time that they are paid to work.

There are many activities that can be calculated towards the OJT Hours, Such as:

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Warehouse Operative
Level 2