Logistics title
  • The Logistics & Inventory Management program introduces students to the distribution service industry. The course curriculum prepares students to work in distribution centers, warehouses, and supply rooms. Students learn safety standard compliance, tool and equipment identification, operation of industrial lift and transport equipment, data entry, and communication skills. People with careers in Logistics and Inventory Management work with an inventory of raw materials and finished parts. They move raw materials to the production line, unload trucks with raw materials, wrap pallets of finished products for shipment, and communicate with traffic managers. Students develop these skills while managing and operating the DCIU Distribution Center, the Science Material Center for Delaware County.


    Industry Certifications a Student May Earn

    • OSHA-10
    • Forklift Certification


    Median Wage for Related Occupations:

    • Industrial Production Managers $140,960
    • Transportation, Storage & Distribution Managers $120,090
    • Logisticians $91,390
    • Supervisors - Helpers, Laborers & Materials Movers $47,360
    • Supervisors - Tran & Material - Moving Machine/ Vehicle Oprs 59,060