Inventories can reach millions and millions of dollars. You need the right and a good warehouse to store, keep, and protect all those millions of dollars. In this course, we will discuss the best and the latest methods to store and protect these high-value inventories. Also, we will discuss the best characteristics of what makes a modern warehouse. Knowing what you have and how much you have been the keys to proper warehousing management. We will explore the various methods to achieve record accuracy and successful cycle counting. A scientific method of auditing the warehouse will be applied.

This course is suitable for those involved in warehousing (store) activities, both at the operational and supervisory levels. The program is also appropriate for anyone interested to know more about the interaction between warehousing and other materials management functions (purchasing, inventory control, and distribution).

5 days


  • Day 1: Introduction to Warehousing Management
    • Objectives of Warehousing
    • The Warehousing Cycle
    • Problems and Challenges in Warehousing
    • Warehousing and Inventory Costs
    • Customer Service in Warehousing
    • Inventory Classification and Record Accuracy
    • Types of Inventories
    • The ABC Classification
    • Uses of the ABC Classification
    • Inventory Record Accuracy
    • Reasons for Poor Accuracy
    • Periodic and Cycle Counting
    • Systems and Methodology of Counting

  • Day 2: Storage and Material Handling Systems
    • Layout of the Warehouse
    • Storage Utilization and Organization
    • Types of Storage Systems
    • Fixed versus Random Location
    • Material Handling Equipment
    • Improving the Receiving/Issuing Material Operations

  • Day 3: Dealing with Staff-Related Warehousing Issues
    • MKey Roles of Warehouse Manager/Supervisor
    • Staff Management Issues
    • Corrective Guidance Techniques

  • Day 4: Safety in the Warehouse
    • Good Housekeeping inside the Warehouse
    • Identifying Safety Hazards
    • Unsafe Acts and Conditions
    • Causes of Damage
    • Planning for Safety

  • Day 5: Productivity and Audit of Warehouse
    • Definition of Productivity
    • Causes of Lost Time
    • Warehousing Key Performance Indicators
    • Objectives of the Warehouse Audit
    • Components of the Audit
    • Steps to Follow Before, During, and After the Audit
    • Regular warehouse safety awareness
    • Safety procedures or systems are in place to run a warehouse
    • Implementing warehouse procedures.
    • Ensure safety remains a top priority.
    • Enforcement and review are essential.

Training and Development Center consultants are experienced and can explain everything you need to know about the courses on offer. If you want to meet with our Training Staff, they are also available by prior arrangement.

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