Key Facts

Level 3
Subject Sector:
7.2 Warehousing and Distribution
Qualification No:
120 hours
Total qualification time:
150 hours
£67.50 per learner
Age Range:
16-18 & 19+

Qualification purpose

Prepare for employment

Qualification Grading Type


Assessment Methods

  • Portfolio of Evidence

  • Why choose this qualification?

    The objective of the Gateway Qualifications Level 3 qualifications in Logistics is to give learners the knowledge and understanding and an introduction to the skills required in logistics to support progression to qualifications at a higher level, to an apprenticeship or to employment.

    Rules of Combination

    Learners will be required to achieve 15 credits.

    Due to the large number of units contained within this qualification we are unable to display them here. Please check the qualification specification for a full unit listing and then search for the unit title in the unit search to find more information about each unit.


    Recognised Centres can also find full unit information in Prism.

    What is the purpose of this qualification?

    The qualification provides learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills to progress to employment in the logistics sector or to undertake further specialist study at a higher level. Learners will complete 15 credits from a selection of units that cover key topics in Logistics including the impact of technology and automation. Providers may tailor programmes to meet learner and local employer needs.

    What skills, knowledge, or understanding does this qualification develop?

    Learners will develop knowledge, understanding and skills in key areas of logistics such as Warehouse Operations, Supply Chain Management,Technology and Automation in Logistics. They will also gain transferable skills in areas such as project management. Learners also have the opportunity to carry out a synoptic project which draws together learning from across the qualification units.

    Progression & entry requirements

    There are no entry requirements other than that learners should be ready for level 3 study.

    Funding information

    There are now two main sources for funding information, a straightforward ESFA Qualification Search and the more detailed Find a Learning Aim website.

    The new Find a learning aim (FALA) service provides a search tool that you can use to check the funding status of any qualification, framework, unit, standard or T Level:

    View this qualification on the ESFA’s Find a learning aim website

    The Education and Skills Funding Agency search provides funding information on qualifications. It does not provide funding information for units, non-regulated activity and work placements, for this information please use Find a learning aim (FALA).

    View this qualification on the ESFA Qualification Funding Search

    How to find a learning aim

    If you’re not sure how to use the new find a learning aim website, we’ve created a handy walkthrough to help you:

    How to Use: Find a learning Aim

    We have done our best to collate and summarise the key information, and wherever possible we alert our providers to changes in funding policy.

    This funding information is provided in good faith and it is always advisable to check directly with the funding agencies before committing to delivery.