Did You Know this about TLD (Transportation, Logistics and Distribution) Industries in New Jersey?
Career opportunities in the Transportation, Logistics and Distribution Industries in
New Jersey grew faster than any other business sector since the 2008 economic
downturn. This sector accounted for more than 1 in 10 jobs in New Jersey in the past year.
Employees, existing managers, supervisors and other TLD professionals can enhance job/career skills in this area by enrolling in this new course offered by the Industry-Business Institute at Union County College.
Introducing: Introduction to Logistics
Participants learn math specific to the industry (including the metric system), practice their map reading skills and test their knowledge of world geography. Communications skills, customer service, team building and logistics vocabulary are all part of this curriculum. In addition, industry specific documentation such as airway bills, export forms and commercial invoices are introduced as well as MRP and TMS software.
Interpersonal Skill Development
Industry specific skills
Forms: Airway Bills, Invoices, Letters of Credit
Customs, Borders and Protection Agency Regulations
MRP and TMS Computer Software
Classes are Forming Now. Registration Requirements and Instructions.
Participant Requirements (read carefully):
Participants must be employed for at least 20 hours a week.
Participants must provide valid social security number, hourly wage code (see registration form) and employer name and address.
Employers must provide FEIN (Federal Employer Identification Number)
Free through an NJBIA Grant
This class is offered free of charge to employees of qualified businesses in New Jersey through a grant from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association. The only requirement is that employers pay their employees who attend this class their full hourly rate for the time in class. This is a 40 hour class for which scheduling is to be determined on an as-enrolled basis. Minimum class size is 10 attendees. All classes to be held at Union County College unless otherwise arranged. Participants must be employed for at least 20 hours a week and must provide a valid social security number, employer name and address and hourly wage code. We will bring this class to your premises if you have ten or more employees to enroll.
Contact, Scheduling and Registration Information
Contact Nancy Burke at 908-527-7207 or Burke@ucc.edu.