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 PROGRAM INTRODUCTION

In the current time, improving logistics efficiency to meet OTIF - On Time In Full deliveries with the optimal cost is always the goal of every business to create a competitive advantage. To do that, it is imperative that logistics personnel have to think about optimizing functions and providing complete Logistics solutions from warehouses, inland transportation to other modes of transportation. international.

5 Factors That Make a Talented Logistics Solution Designer & Manager?

Comprehensive grasp of professional knowledge and practical operations of Logistics services

Having knowledge about the characteristics of the product lines (FMCG, DG, electronics, pharmaceuticals,...) to provide appropriate solutions

Have a data-driven improvement mindset. Continuously measure, evaluate & improve Logistics solution performance

Practical experience in the industry to provide effective solutions with high applicability

Quickly adapt to changes, problems arise to give appropriate solutions

 VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

Virtual classroom model (online interactive learning) at VILAS was developed with the goal of distance learning. This is an optimized form of learning so that learners can interact directly with lecturers & others through the Zoom platform.

  • Actively improve expertise;
  • The training content of the program is always guaranteed;
  • Dynamic online activities help increase interaction for the classroom;
  • Practical sharing & professional experience from lecturers & mentors;
  • Methods to support learning quality assurance (review, test, stimulation game…);

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Providing in-depth knowledge and working skills in each activity in Logistics services: Ocean Transport, Air Transport, Multimodal Transport, Warehouse Services,... and how to design Logistics solutions suitable & effective for business.

Applying knowledge to real work through a series of group activities, continuous exercises, throughout the curriculum to help students build and improve step by step improvement plans and strategies applied to the working environment. work.

International professional qualifications from the Federation of International Freight Forwarders Associations FIATA, receive recognition and priority from businesses, create advantages in application and long-term career development for students.

A learning environment and knowledge exchange from our expert's team of leading faculty in management positions to help students orient themselves in diverse areas of expertise in Logistics.

 TRAINING METHODS 

The course combines theory and practice on logistics service management, along with the sharing of experience by lecturers, case studies, tips, case exercises and group discussions.

Students have a systematic knowledge of logistics service management, the course content is standardized by FIATA – International Freight Forwarding Association. From there, you can design your own Logistics solutions.

In the “Designing Logistics Solution” module of the Logistics Service Management program, learners will complete projects to design Logistics solutions, thereby gaining a new perspective on Logistics in terms of business;

Study trip: After completing 5 modules of the Logistics Service Management course, you will have a Logistics study trip  in Singapore (PSA Port, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore Logistics Association, Supply Chain City, Curtin University,.. ..)

TARGET PARTICIPANTS

Personnel who want to join and work long-term in the logistics industry

Logistics service users want to learn to manage logistics outsourcing effectively

Civil servants want to have professional knowledge in logistics to plan and manage policy implementation in a practical and effective way.

Non-specialist personnel who want to learn and work in the field of Logistics.

 PROGRAM MODULES

– Knowledge of Logistics service overview, the role of the Logistics service industry for businesses, society and the economic development of the country;

– Provide supply chain management knowledge, distinguishing Logistics and supply chain activities;

– Knowledge about Forwarding and Warehousing services, Import-Export operations and Commercial Contracts;

– Develop professional skills so that students can immediately join the Logistics service industry in the positions of Warehouse staff, delivery staff, Import-Export staff;

– Provide a platform for students to learn in-depth about Sea, Air, and Multimodal Transport Logistics service activities, and specialize in developing a comprehensive Logistics service solution for customers.

– Understand how to operate and exploit Sea Logistics services for ships, seaports and Logistics service companies;

– Recognizing the importance of shipping in International Trade;

– Determining the types of goods to be transported, characteristics and selection of means of sea transport; knowledgeable about shipping activities;

– Identify types of shipping containers and transport infrastructure, seaports and inland ports (ICD);

– Understanding service activities on sea container transport;

– Awareness of general sea freight insurance with reference to the Vietnamese market and being aware of risks in sea transport leading to certain loss and damage to related parties, how to handle by risk management;

– Develop skills in customer service, document handling and especially sales in sea logistics activities.

– Understand how to operate and exploit Air Logistics services for airlines, airports and Logistics service companies;

– Recognizing the importance of air transport in International Trade; determine the types of goods to be transported; characteristics and arrangement of shipments in air transport according to the regulations of the International Air Transport Association IATA;

– Raising awareness of safety and security in the field of aviation logistics services;

– Identify dangerous goods according to IATA regulations and strictly apply IATA’s regulations on dangerous goods in air transport;

– Develop skills in customer service, document handling and especially sales in air logistics activities.

– Have general knowledge of different modes of transport (single-Mode);

– Understand the legal aspects of rail transport, commonly used technologies and types of combined transport;

– Systematize knowledge and add extensions related to cross-border transport, especially China-ASEAN through national policies;

– Have comments on the operation process of the inland waterway, the necessary documents and common types of barges and their characteristics, and learn the important maritime waterways;

– Understand concepts related to International Multimodal Transport (IMT);

– Understand the risks, responsibilities and obligations that MTOs face and types of international conventions on the carriage of goods in general and dangerous goods in particular.

– Get an overview of logistics solutions and project management in Logistics Services

– Show how design thinking can be used to create effective solutions for the organization and its customers.

– Consider the importance of information flows and processes in developing logistics solutions.

– Affirming the close relationship between throughput, capacity and automation in Logistics solutions

– Design and layout logistics facilities using systematic allocation planning approach.

– Discuss logistics and distribution solutions to assist customers with specific industry requirements.

– Recommend cost-effective, resilient and sustainable logistics solutions.

– Understand the value of proposed solutions in Logistics Services through thinking to optimize costs and improve service levels.

Singapore is said to be one of the world’s leading logistics hubs, renowned for its port infrastructure, efficient customs processes, close linkages from multiple departments, and excellent support from the Government.

Grasping the desire to learn how to operate as well as learn from the experience of the Logistics industry of advanced countries, Singapore was chosen by VILAS as a tourist destination for young people with the goal of equipping themselves with knowledge and skills. practical knowledge as well as learn about advanced technologies being applied in the supply chain.

Objectives of the study trip:

– Visiting and learning about the Logistics operations process of ports in Singapore;

– Learn advanced technologies applied in Logistics & supply chain industry;

– Understand how Singapore businesses operate through practical sharing from industry personnel.

*Note: Students can register individually for each Modules.

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 PRACTICAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES

SINGAPORE LOGISTICS STUDY TRIP

* Students who register for all 5 modules will be able to participate in a field trip in Singapore (Singapore Logistics Study Trip).

** Due to the complicated situation of the Covid-19 pandamic, the actual trip will be rescheduled at an appropriate time.

 PRACTICAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES

SINGAPORE
LOGISTICS STUDY TRIP

* Students who register for all 5 modules will be able to participate in a field trip in Singapore (Singapore Logistics Study Trip).

** Due to the complicated situation of the Covid-19 pandamic, the actual trip will be rescheduled at an appropriate time.

 OUR EXPERTS

Mr. Thanh Nguyen

Deputy Director, Hoang Ha Intl. Logistics

30 years of experience

• Former Managing Director, G.S.A International Sealandair Logistics

• Certified Trainer, FIATA

Mr. Alex Tran

Academic Advisory Board, VILAS

20 years of experience

• Local Consultant, World Bank Group

 Local Consultant, Asia Development Bank (ADV)

Ms.Tran Thi Truc Lan

Lecturer, Hoa Sen University 

23 years of experience

• Chief Agent, Konoike Rep. Office 

• Project Manager, GOL

Ms. Nghi Ho

Head of Business Development, DB Schenker

16 years of experience

• Supply Chain Operations Manager, DB Schenker

• Former Warehouse Manager, DB Schenker

Ms. Dang Thi Bich Hoai

Visiting lecturer, Tomyong HQ, Guildford UK

22 years of experience

• Academic Advisory board – FIATA Program, VILAS

• Lecturer, Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport

Ms. Nguyen Thi Huyen Tran

Lecturer, Foreign Trade University

16 years of experience

• Lecturer, VILAS

• Import-export and foreign trade professional consultant

Mr. Ho Linh Phuoc

Transportation Manager, YCH Group

16 years of experience

• Former Transportation Manager, DB Schenker

• Former Head of Domestic Logistics, OOCL Logistics

Mr. Huynh Minh Phat

Leader of Domestic Cargo (Sales & Services), Vietnam Airlines

16 years of experience

• Certified Instructor, International Air Transport Association (IATA)

• Former Leader of Air Cargo Supervisor, Vietnam Airlines

Mr. Tony Allais

IATA Instructor Aviation Service, Logistics and Warehousing

13 years of experience

• Former Head of Technical Courses | Sterling Campus Singapore

• Former Duty Manager | Changi International Airport Services

Ms. Nguyen Vu Dan Khuyen

Business Development & Solution Manager, Gemadept Logistics

12 years of experience

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Mr. Pham Thanh Quang

Senior Product Manager, Lazada Regional Techhub

12 years of experience

• Head of Retail, DHL ecommerce

• Manager Input Operation, Nielsen Vietnam

Ms. Nguyen Le Huyen

Certified Instructor, IATA

11 years of experience

• IATA DGR Instructor & Shipping Lithium Battery by Air & IMO International Maritime Dangerous Goods, VILAS

TRỢ GIẢNG

 OUR EXPERTS

TRAINERS

Mr. Thanh Nguyen

Deputy Director, Hoang Ha Intl. Logistics

30 years of experience

Ms. Dang Thi Bich Hoai

Academic Advisory board – FIATA Program, VILAS

22 years of experience

Mr. Alex Tran

Academic Advisory Board, VILAS

20 years of experience

• Former Managing Director, G.S.A International Sealandair Logistics

• Certified Trainer, FIATA

• Visiting lecturer, Tomyong HQ, Guildford UK

 Lecturer, Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport

• Local Consultant, World Bank Group

 Local Consultant, Asia Development Bank (ADV)

Ms. Nghi Ho

Head of Business Development, DB Schenker

16 years of experience

Ms. Nguyen Thi Huyen Tran

Lecturer, Foreign Trade University

16 years of experience

Mr. Ho Linh Phuoc

Transportation Manager, YCH Group

16 years of experience

• Supply Chain Operations Manager, DB Schenker

• Former Warehouse Manager, DB Schenker

• Lecturer, VILAS

• Import-export and foreign trade professional consultant

• Former Transportation Manager, DB Schenker

• Former Head of Domestic Logistics, OOCL Logistics

Mr. Tony Allais

IATA Instructor Aviation Service, Logistics and Warehousing

13 years of experience

Ms.Tran Thi Truc Lan

Lecturer, Hoa Sen University 

23 years of experience

Ms. Nguyen Vu Dan Khuyen

Business Development & Solution Manager, Gemadept Logistics

12 years of experience

• Former Head of Technical Courses | Sterling Campus Singapore

• Former Duty Manager | Changi International Airport Services

• Chief Agent, Konoike Rep. Office 

• Project Manager, GOL

• …

Mr. Huynh Minh Phat

Leader of Domestic Cargo (Sales & Services), Vietnam Airlines

16 years of experience

Mr. Pham Thanh Quang

Senior Product Manager, Lazada Regional Techhub

12 years of experience

Ms. Nguyen Le Huyen

Certified Instructor, IATA

11 years of experience

• Certified Instructor, International Air Transport Association (IATA)

• Former Leader of Air Cargo Supervisor, Vietnam Airlines

• Head of Retail, DHL ecommerce

• Manager Input Operation, Nielsen Vietnam

• IATA DGR Instructor & Shipping Lithium Battery by Air & IMO International Maritime Dangerous Goods, VILAS

Mr. Vo Phuoc Huy

Corporate Account Manager, Expeditor VietNam Co

25 years of experience

Mr. Le Thanh Trung

Lecturer, Saigon Technology College

11 years of experience

Ms. Nguyen Ngoc Trang

Lecturer, College of Foreign Economic Relation

9 years of experience

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MENTORS

Ms. Vo Thi Ha Nhi

Business Project Supervisor, Indo Trans Corporation

Mr. Bui Hai Dang

Supply Chain Specialist, Heineken Viet Nam

Ms. Nguyen Mai Huong

Consultant, Weave Services (SG) Pte. Ltd., (Singapore) – TAL Apparel Ltd.

Mr. Vu Duy Hieu

Sales, Westbound Team, CMA CGM

Mr. Trang Vo Thanh Nghiep

Marketing and sales department, KMTC Line Vietnam

Mr. Nguyen Hong Kong

Junior Field Sales, DB Schenker

Mr. Le Hong Minh

Networking Team-leader, G.S.A International Sealandair Logistics

Mr. Tran Bui Thien An

Sales Executive, Hoang Ha International Logistics JSC

Ms. Luong Bach Thao

Personal Assistant to General Director, Shiseido Comestic Vietnam

 TUITION INFORMATION

VILAS DIPLOMA IN LOGISTICS SERVICES MANAGEMENT 

TUITION FEE (USD) PRIOR TO
Phase 1 900  Before Module 1 starting date
Phase 2 900 2 months after Module 1 starting date
Phase 3 900 2 months after Phase 2
TOTAL 2,700 USD

* By finishing Module 3: Air Operation, learners will earn “Cargo Introductory” certificate issued by VILAS (If learners purchase Examination permits from IATA & pass the exam, learners will receive the “Cargo Introductory” diploma issued and validated by IATA).

 PROGRAM INFORMATION

Schedule: From 18h00 – 21h00, Monday – Wednesday – Friday or Saturday (14h – 17h) and Sunday (9h – 12h & 14h – 17h)

Diploma/Certificate: Upon completion of the course, students will receive the following certificates:

• “VILAS Diploma in Logistics Services Management” issued by VILAS;

“The FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding” is issued by FIATA, from its headquarters in Switzerland. Having international value in the global logistics service industry;

• Certificate of “IATA Cargo Introductory” issued by IATA, from Headquarter in Canada. International value in the Air Logistics service industry. And this is one of two international certificates required to serve the aviation logistics industry.

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VILAS – Vietnam Logistics and Aviation School

Địa chỉ: 11th floor Hai Au Building, 39B Truong Son St., Wr. 4, Tan Binh Districs, Ho Chi Minh City

Điện thoại: 0902 437 486  |  Email: program@vilas.edu.vn

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