Studying With The Business School UK

These courses are open to those currently serving as a RLC Movement Controller, as well as those who have left the armed forces within the last few years. If you have left and would like to take the opportunity of achieving this qualification at the reduced commitment and price, please contact us for guidance. Please see Assistance for how to contact us.

The requirements for each level are dependent on the class that you have attained. See the image below for details.

 

 

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The RLC Programme

 

This is a programme specifically designed for cohorts of military personnel who have completed certain training programmes. These programmes have been ‘mapped’ against the requirements for the professional qualification awarded by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK (CILT UK), and additional learning required is delivered through this virtual learning environment.

We at The Business School have designed the programme to meet your specific needs. You will undergo learning by reading written materials, reviewing presentations, accessing external links to other websites, and downloading further information. You will be supported by a tutor throughout your studies.

Your tutor will also act as your assessor. Once you have worked through the programme of learning, you will be asked to undertake a particular piece of work, which will be assessed against the standards in the CILT (UK) qualifications. Once your assessor has confirmed that your work has reached the standard required, further quality assurance on that assessment will take place. Once this process is complete, you will be awarded the CILT (UK) qualification!

Further information can be found in this Course Information document

General Programme InformationThe CILT (UK) Level 3 Award in Global Logistics is designed to provide a broad foundation for the development of a global perspective on supply chain management.

Qualification Awarded - The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT (UK)) is recognised by Ofqual as an Awarding Organisation. The CILT (UK) Level 3 Award in Global Logistics is on the Register of Regulated Qualifications, and is delivered by The Business School (UK) Ltd, an approved CILT (UK) centre for the delivery of its qualifications.

General Target Audience - The CILT (UK) Level 3 Award is designed for those wishing to broaden their perspective  within the global logistics and transport industry and is also recommended for anyone making a career change. This is an open access qualification, although Learners would benefit from having some prior knowledge of logistics and transport through previous training.

Structure of Programme - The qualification is made up of 1 unit. Units are measured by level, by credit value and by guided learning hours (the numbers of hours learners will devote to their study). These are designated by CILT (UK) and approved by Ofqual, the regulatory body for qualifications in the UK.


The RLC Programme

 

This is a programme specifically designed for cohorts of military personnel who have completed certain training programmes. These programmes have been ‘mapped’ against the requirements for the professional qualification awarded by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK (CILT UK), and additional learning required is delivered through this virtual learning environment.

We at The Business School have designed the programme to meet your specific needs. You will undergo learning by reading written materials, reviewing presentations, accessing external links to other websites, and downloading further information. You will be supported by a tutor throughout your studies.

Your tutor will also act as your assessor. Once you have worked through the programme of learning, you will be asked to undertake a particular piece of work, which will be assessed against the standards in the CILT (UK) qualifications. Once your assessor has confirmed that your work has reached the standard required, further quality assurance on that assessment will take place. Once this process is complete, you will be awarded the CILT (UK) qualification!

Further information can be found in this Course Information document


The RLC Programme

 

This is a programme specifically designed for cohorts of military personnel who have completed certain training programmes at the School of Logistics, Deepcut. These programmes have been ‘mapped’ against the requirements for the professional qualification awarded by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK (CILT UK), and additional learning required is delivered through this virtual learning environment.

We at The Business School have designed the programme to meet your specific needs. You will undergo learning by reading written materials, reviewing presentations, accessing external links to other websites, and downloading further information. You will be supported by a tutor throughout your studies.

Your tutor will also act as your assessor. Once you have worked through the programme of learning, you will be asked to undertake a particular piece of work, which will be assessed against the standards in the CILT (UK) qualifications. Once your assessor has confirmed that your work has reached the standard required, further quality assurance on that assessment will take place. Once this process is complete, you will be awarded the CILT (UK) qualification!

Further information can be found in this Course Information document