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Graduate Certificate of Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Build key business skills for a growing specialisation by studying a logistics course.
Graduates of logistics courses manage the supply of goods and services, and perform all tasks required for the smooth handling and management of a business’s products. You can expect to perform tasks like:
After completing a logistics course, you’ll be qualified to work as a:
You’ll enjoy working in logistics if you:
The Australian Government’s Job Outlook predicts strong growth in job opportunities for logistics managers over the next decade, predicting available jobs in the profession will grow by approximately 10 per cent by 202.
Currently employing approximately 23,700 people, the logistics profession is predicted to grow to employ approximately 26,000 people by 2020. Employment opportunities in the profession have contracted slightly over the past decade, but Job Outlook predicts they are likely to rise steadily over the next decade.
PayScale offers average salary predictions for a range of roles in the logistics and supply chain sectors. Logistics managers may earn on average between $54,000 and $119,000 per year, with an annual average salary of approximately $78,000. Logistics coordinators can expect to earn between $48,000 and $74,000, with an average annual salary of approximately $54,000.
A supply chain manager may expect to earn between $73,000 and $185,000 per year, with an average annual salary of approximately $110,000; however, PayScale notes that over 40 per cent of supply chain managers have more than 20 years of professional work experience, which affects earning capacity.