Transportation Logistics Specialist Program
What are the responsibilities of a Transportation Logistics Specialist?
The Transportation Logistics Specialist program is for individuals seeking career opportunities in logistics and supply automation career clusters.
Students will learn the fundamentals of logistics with an emphasis on Safety, Supply Chain Lifecycle and Facilities, Quality Control, Warehouse Operations, and operating Material Handling Equipment such as forklifts and pallet jacks.
How is this program unique?
Valencias 8-week Transportation Logistics Specialist course will require a minimum of 240 clock hours in the classroom, lab and facility visits.
The student demonstrates an understanding of core and advanced concepts in Supply Technologies through engagement in hands-on, project based learning activities.
Through the educational process, students are provided the opportunity to explore their potential vocational interests.
Can I balance working and starting a program as a Transportation Logistics Specialist?
Our program is a perfect fit for students whom have a desire to begin a career in Transportation Logistics Specialist, but need a program that allows flexibility.
Our program meets five days a week on Monday through Friday, over a period of 8 weeks (240 Hrs.).
We understand the need for quality programming that allows students to continue earning a living wage while pursuing each of their Electronic Board Assembly certifications.
Will I receive assistance finding a position after program completion?
We have staff and community partners that will assist you in your job placement after program completion.
This 8-week course will cover the following topics:
Fundamentals of logistics with an emphasis on Safety,
Supply Chain Lifecycle and Facilities
Operating Material Handling Equipment such as fork lifts and pallet jacks
What is the job outlook for a Transportation Logistics Specialist?
Central Florida is one of the most connected transportation regions in our state with multiple airports, highways, rail lines, and seaports.
The Logistics and Distribution profession employs more than half a million Floridians.
If you want to work in a collaborative, fast-paced, diverse team environment, this career is for you.
The salary range for this position is $14-18 Dollars per hour.
Must be currently drug free
Able to lift 80 pounds unassisted
Be able to carry objects of 50 pounds or less routinely
Upon completion, participants will have the opportunity to earn the following credentials:
Material Handling Equipment Certificate
Certified Logistics Associate
Certified Logistics Technician
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification