Certified Warehousing And Distribution Specialist (CW11) Technical Certificate of Credit
The Certified Warehousing and Distribution Specialist Technical Certificate of Credit provides instruction that will allow graduates to function safely and effectively in the warehouse environment. Topics include workforce skills, warehousing and distribution processes, technology skills, and representative warehousing skills.
Entrance date: Varies
Program admission requirements:
Minimum Test Scores
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Credits required for graduation: 9
Beginning Spring 2022 (January 2022), ALL FIRST TIME college students will be required to take the College Success (COLL 1020) course.
|Courses 9 credits|
|CWDS 1540Working in the Warehousing Environment
Provides an introduction to the warehousing environment. Topics include distribution centers, business principles, plant safety, career success, work ethics, and managing change.
|CWDS 1560Warehousing Core and Workforce Skills
Provides an overview of the core and workforce skills needed to succeed in the warehousing industry. Topics include powered industrial trucks, processing hazardous materials, palletizing, protecting materials and merchandise, waste recovery, containment, communication, team work, problem solving, image and interviewing.
|CWDS 1580Warehousing and Distribution Process
Provides information on the warehousing and distribution processes used in the warehousing environment. Topics include key warehousing functions, measuring productivity, computational skills, and tools for excellence.
|CWDS 1600Warehousing Technology Skills
Provides an overview and study of the technology used in the warehousing environment. Topics include data applications, scanners and data entry machines, handling systems, automation, and inventory management. A warehousing simulation and comprehensive assessment is also a part of this course.
|CWDS 1620Representative Warehouse Skills
This course discusses mathematical concepts used in warehousing and distribution. It also focuses on powered material handling equipment and safety requirements. Units in the course include math and measurements, use of calculators, operation of powered industrial trucks, and warehousing simulations.
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