The Middle East’s Leader in Freight & Logistics training
The NAFL is well placed here in the UAE to deliver the Diploma program using the full range of training methods available. We believe that adults learn ‘best by doing’ so, although there will always be a need for some lecture style sessions, traditional classroom ‘chalk and talk’ methods will be minimized. Emphasis will be placed on practical exercises, case studies and visits to see actual operations at work.
These visits, at a minimum, comprise the ports of Jebel Ali, Port Rashid, and Dubai Airport, where the full range of cargo activities are both described and demonstrated. At Port Rashid, peripheral activities at the passenger terminal and container repair yard are included.
At Jebel Ali, the extensive Free Zone provides numerous locations where Third Part Logistics (3PL) are practiced – a visit here forms part of the Warehousing module. Dubai Airport has the Cargo Village, dedicated freighter aircraft and is adding Cold-Chain and Flower Auction facilities.
It is our intention to use “Industry Professionals” to deliver the course content. Whilst this makes the number of available lecturers (or facilitators to be more accurate) small – and subject to change as business travel or work load within their own companies dictates – it does mean that a huge store of experience and knowledge is available “on the spot.”
Additionally, much emphasis is placed on confirmation exercises – where students are able to test their knowledge acquired to date. Every training session will include at least one confirmation exercise. This may be in the form of a practical exercise to be performed either by individuals or groups, or perhaps using a multi-choice questionnaire. The aim is to ensure that students (and Tutor) can see exactly what progress they are making and enable maximum retention of knowledge.
In addition to extensive course notes and written hand-outs at each session, continuous reference is made to published books, industry reference manuals and industry standards. Standard course texts, which will be used as key references throughout the Diploma program, provide a comprehensive source of knowledge about Freight Forwarding. These include: The FIATA Legal Handbook on Forwarding (Peter Jones), The Law of Freight Forwarding and the 1992 FIATA Multimodal Transport Bill of Lading (Jan Ramberg) and Understanding the Freight Business.
|Bills of lading||Apply|
|ELEMENTARY FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS (EFF)||18th Feb - 20th Feb||Apply|
|DGR CAT – 6||25th Feb - 1st Mar||Apply|
|Essentials of freight forwarding & multi modal transport||1st Mar||Apply|
|Insurance and claims||March 2018||1st Mar||Apply|
|VAT Return submission for freight & logistics||9th Mar||Apply|
|VAT Return submission for freight & Logistics||19th Mar||Apply|
|FIATA certified International certificate||1st Apr||Apply|
|Sales and marketing for freight forwarding||2 Days||1st Apr||Apply|
|Contract Logistics and 3PL warehousing||2 days||1st Apr||Apply|
|Letter of Credit||1st Apr||Apply|
|Essentials of freight forwarding & multi modal transport||1st May||Apply|
|Cold chain and 3PL services||1st May||Apply|
|Incoterms and shipping services||2nd May||Apply|
|Introduction to Freight forwarding & multimodal||1st Jun||Apply|
|Sales and marketing for freight forwarding||2 Days||1st Jun||Apply|