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Warehousing and Distribution Apprenticeships
Framework – FR02730

Warehousing and Storage (England)

Apprenticeship Information


Employers in the industry need to attract new talent to replace those who leave or retire, especially women and those from underrepresented groups and encourage existing staff to gain Level 2 qualifications. Apprentices work as Warehouse pickers/packers, loaders and with appropriate training, fork lift truck operators. Advanced Apprentices take on more responsibility including junior team leader roles. This framework will provide opportunities to move into Level 3 jobs and training in Warehousing and into the wider logistics sector.

Level 2, Pathway 1: Warehouse Operative

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Warehousing and Storage - Pathway 1: Warehouse Operative

* Skills for Logistics has developed an ERR workbook to support the delivery of the ERR award http://www.skillsforlogistics.org/home/qualifications/apprenticeships/eng/

Framework – FR02689

Mail and Package Distribution (England)

Apprenticeship Information


Companies involved in the movement of Mail and Packages help to ensure letters and parcels are collected, sorted and delivered on time, in good condition and securely. Employers need to attract new talent into this industry, especially women and those from underrepresented groups and encourage existing staff to gain Level 2 qualifications. Apprentices work as collection, sorting, delivery officers or drivers and this framework will provide opportunities to move into Level 3 jobs and training in Team Leading and into the wider logistics sector.

Level 2, Pathway 1: Mail Operative

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Mail and Package Distribution - Pathway 1: Mail Operative

* Skills for Logistics has developed an ERR workbook to support the delivery of the ERR award http://www.skillsforlogistics.org/home/qualifications/apprenticeships/eng/

Framework – FR02729

Driving Goods Vehicles (England)

Apprenticeship Information


Employers need to make the most of everyone’s potential by attracting new talent to the industry in England; especially women and those from under-represented groups and by encouraging existing staff to gain Level 2 qualifications. Apprentices can work as drivers of vans, rigid vehicles and articulated lorries, or as motorcycle/cycle couriers. Driving duties may be combined with collection and delivery of packages or other goods. Advanced Apprentices will take on more responsibility for looking after drivers and moving towards team leader roles. This framework will provide opportunities to move into Level 3 jobs and training in other parts of the Logistics Sector such as Traffic Office Management.

Level 2, Pathway 1: Motorcycle/Cycle Courier

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Driving Goods Vehicles - Pathway 1: Motorcycle/Cycle Courier

* Skills for Logistics has developed an ERR workbook to support the delivery of the ERR award http://www.skillsforlogistics.org/home/qualifications/apprenticeships/eng/

Level 2, Pathway 2: Van Driver

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Driving Goods Vehicles - Pathway 2: Van Driver

* Skills for Logistics has developed an ERR workbook to support the delivery of the ERR award http://www.skillsforlogistics.org/home/qualifications/apprenticeships/eng/

Level 2, Pathway 3: Rigid Vehicle Driver

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Driving Goods Vehicles - Pathway 3: Rigid Vehicle Driver

* Skills for Logistics has developed an ERR workbook to support the delivery of the ERR award http://www.skillsforlogistics.org/home/qualifications/apprenticeships/eng/

Level 2, Pathway 4: Articulated/Drawbar Driver

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Driving Goods Vehicles - Pathway 4: Articulated/Drawbar Driver

* Skills for Logistics has developed an ERR workbook to support the delivery of the ERR award http://www.skillsforlogistics.org/home/qualifications/apprenticeships/eng/
What are Apprenticeships?
As employees, apprentices earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills. Off the job, usually on a day-release basis, apprentices receive training to work towards nationally recognised qualifications. Anyone living in England, over 16 years-old and not in full-time education can apply.

Apprenticeships can take between one and four years to complete depending on the level of Apprenticeship, the apprentices’ ability and the industry sector. The minimum salary is £2.73 per hour; however, many apprentices earn significantly more.

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