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1. Operations Management

This functional area covers the formulation of overall development strategy and operational policy, as well as the monitoring and control of their implementation. The logistics industry covers various sectors in which different trades are involved. Thus, besides the expertise of the trade they serve in, practitioners should also possess extensive commercial, management, financial, and human resources knowledge, and be conversant with the operation of the logistics industry. They should also be capable of drawing up operational policies, development strategies, implementation plans, and modes of communication that can meet the organisational needs from higher perspectives such as organisational development, strategy formulation, management direction, overall safety, risk management etc. Apart from discharging daily monitoring duties, they should also conduct reviews on a regular basis so as to enhance the operational effectiveness of their organisations.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
LOCUCN101B Know the label, marking, types and basic packaging requirements for cargo and warehousing terminologies 6
LOCUCN102B Apply basic knowledge of container 3
LOCUOM101B Understand the types of services/clients in surveying 3
LOCUOM102B Understand the common risks at surveying sites 3
LOSAOM101B Understand logistics and supporting service terminologies 3
LOSAOM102B Master and apply basic air freight knowledge 6
Level 2
LOCUCN201B Apply multimodal transport concepts and knowledge 3
LOCUCN202B Apply basic statistics to logistics operation 6
LOCUCN203B Conduct calculation of logistics related weights and measures, currencies and time zones 3
LOCUOM204B Handle basic warehouse and storage operations 3
LOCUOM205B Understand the relationship and liability among clients, owners of the goods, consignees, carriers, surveyors and third parties 3
LOCUOM206B Master the basic knowledge of containers and loading/unloading arrangement 6
LOSAOM201B Master and apply basic sea freight knowledge, container usage and various methods of goods consolidation 6
LOSAOM202B Master and apply basic knowledge of land transport 3
Level 3
LOCUOM301B Implement general cargo survey 3
LOCUOM307B Use advanced English for business communications 6
LOCUOM308B Use advanced Putonghua for business communications 6
LOCUOM309B Arrange, supervise and support practitioners working outside the office 6
LOCUOM310B Investigate the cause of the damage to goods and handle follow-up tasks 6
LOCUOM311B Survey chilled and frozen goods 6
LOCUOM312B Survey general liquid bulk cargoes 6
LOSAOM301B Maintain and manage business records 3
Level 4
LOCUOM408B Apply simulation technique to test efficiency of operation 6
LOCUOM418B Train the sales teams 6
LOSAOM401B Lead the work teams 3
LOSAOM402B Co-ordinate business resources 3
Level 5
LOCUOM501B Formulate local operation strategies 9
LOCUOM502B Formulate regional operation strategies 9
LOCUOM504B Formulate on-the-job training plans for staff 6
LOCUOM509B Formulate human resources strategy 6
LOCUOM511B Formulate acquisition plans for asset-typed equipment 9
LOCUOM513B Formulate vehicle fleet management strategy 9
LOCUOM519B Capital and financial management 6
LOCUOM520B Formulate e-logistics training programmes 3
LOCUOM521B Formulate revenue management for air freight 9
LOCUOM522B Manage continuous improvement systems 6
LOSAOM501B Formulate business plans 3
LOSAOM503B Formulate local/regional operation strategies for special cargoes handling 9
Level 6
LOCUOM602B Formulate financing strategy 9
LOSAOM601B Formulate business service strategic plans 6
LOSAOM602B Manage budgets and financial plans 6
Level 7
LOCUOM701B Formulate global operations strategies 9
LOSAOM701B Formulate global operations strategies for special cargoes 9

2. Planning and Design of Logistics Solutions

This functional area arises in response to the development trend of the logistics industry. As different trades of the industry co-operate in supply chain management for a more integrated operation, it gives rise to increasing opportunities for the planning and design of import logistics solutions and provision of services to customers in the form of partnership. Practitioners should possess the know-how required for planning and designing logistics solutions in different scales and areas, and for different cargo types. Besides understanding the concepts of multi-modal and value-added services, they should also be capable of designing logistics solutions for operation on the mainland China, especially southern China and the PRD region. They should take part in co-operating with business partners from different logistics areas to enhance the competitiveness of their organisations.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
LOSAPD201B Carry out basic workplace calculations 3
LOSAPD202B Storage and warehouse maintenance of special cargo 3
Level 3
LOCUPD303B Arrange freight transport operations 3
LOCUPD304B Plan the routes 3
LOCUPD306B Co-ordinate freight transport arrangement 3
LOSAPD301B Use and present data/information 3
LOSAPD302B Execute purchasing procedures 6
LOSAPD303B Implement inventory control procedures 3
LOSAPD304B Apply risk management techniques 3
LOSAPD305B Demonstrate effective workplace communications 3
LOSAPD306B Inventory control management system for special cargo handling 3
Level 4
LOSAPD401B Plan logistics needs assessments 6
LOSAPD402B Conduct data analysis 6
LOSAPD403B Monitor suppliers/contractors performance 3
LOSAPD404B Manage stock-taking procedures 3
LOSAPD405B Monitor merchandising activities 6
LOSAPD406B Conduct logistics support analysis 6
LOSAPD407B Implement integrated logistics support processes 3
LOSAPD408B Evaluate suppliers/contractors 3
Level 5
LOCUPD501B Plan and design local logistics solutions 9
LOCUPD502B Formulate standard operating procedures for logistics services 9
LOCUPD503B Plan warehouse material flows 6
LOCUPD504B Design warehouse layout and material flow in warehouse operations 6
LOCUPD505B Design slotting in warehouse operations 6
LOCUPD506B Design warehouse capacity 6
LOCUPD507B Formulate fleet management 9
LOSAPD501B Formulate logistics needs assessments 6
LOSAPD503B Manage international purchasing 9
LOSAPD504B Negotiate contracts 6
LOSAPD505B Manage contracts 6
LOSAPD506B Manage suppliers 6
LOSAPD507B Formulate purchasing plans 6
LOSAPD508B Plan inventory levels 6
LOSAPD509B Develop supply chain solutions 6
LOSAPD510B Establish supply chain solution for special cargo 6
LOSAPD511B Formulate courier and express profit and loss management 9
LOSAPD512B Formulate global strategy of special cargo handling 9
Level 6
LOCUPD601B Plan and design regional logistics solutions (logistics facilities) 6
LOCUPD602B Plan and design regional logistics solutions (market environment) 9
LOCUPD603B Formulate logistics plans related to capital arrangements 12
LOCUPD604B Formulate warehouse automation solutions 6
LOCUPD605B Formulate material logistics strategies 6
LOSAPD602B Formulate and execute purchasing strategy 6
LOSAPD603B Manage technical data and information 6
LOSAPD604B Manage integrated logistics support operations 9
LOSAPD605B Formulate integrated logistics support plans 9
Level 7
LOCUPD701B Plan and design global logistics solutions (logistics facilities) 6
LOCUPD702B Plan and design global logistics solutions (market environment) 6
LOSAPD702B Formulate global supply chain strategy 9

3. Sales, Marketing and Customer Services

The logistics industry is customer-oriented. Service providers should understand customers' needs in order to provide services to their satisfaction. Organisations should employ different sales and marketing knowledge, methods, and techniques to deal with their existing and potential customers. Apart from having a fair understanding of their own trades with respect to their operations, services provided and operational procedures, practitioners should also possess certain knowledge about the markets and their customers in order to assist in expanding the markets, promoting products and services, and formulating strategies for competition. They should be able to communicate with and maintain a good relationship with their customers, to contact potential customers, and to manage and provide customer services.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
LOCUCN201B Apply multimodal transport concepts and knowledge 3
LOCUCN202B Apply basic statistics to logistics operation 6
LOCUCN203B Conduct calculation of logistics related weights and measures, currencies and time zones 3
LOCUSM203B Apply communication skills for discussions related to logistics issues 3
LOCUSM204B Apply communication skills for internal communication 3
LOCUSM212B Maintain customer relationship and handle complaints 6
LOCUSM213B Handle cargo tracking for customers 3
LOSASM201B Provide customer services 3
Level 3
LOCUSM302B Calculate contract air freight charges 6
LOCUSM315B Provide freight forwarding services to customers 3
LOCUSM317B Co-ordinate multimodal transport activities 3
LOCUSM318B Co-ordinate customer services 3
LOCUSM319B Sell products and services 3
LOCUSM320B Implement marketing and promotional activities 3
LOSASM301B Promote special cargo and service 3
Level 4
LOCUSM402B Manage customer service centres 6
LOCUSM408B Formulate customer relationship strategy 6
LOCUSM412B Build relationships with customers 3
LOCUSM413B Lead the sales teams 6
LOCUSM414B Promote the sales of products and services 3
LOSASM401B Management of special cargo sales team 6
LOSASM402B Execute airfreight quotation strategy 6
Level 5
LOCUSM508B Manage the sales teams 6
LOCUSM509B Manage sales and services delivery 6
LOCUSM510B Monitor sales performance 3
LOCUSM511B Promote products and services 3
LOCUSM512B Monitor service quality 3
LOCUSM513B Formulate strategy of air freight quotation 6
LOSASM501B Manage performance of customer service staff 6
LOSASM502B Establish business networks 6
LOSASM503B Formulate human resources management for projects 6
LOSASM504B Formulate project communications management 6
LOSASM505B Support sales and marketing promotion activities 3
Level 6
LOCUSM601B Formulate sales strategy 6
LOCUSM602B Analyse market data 6
LOCUSM603B Formulate marketing strategy 6
LOSASM601B Formulate project cost management 6
LOSASM602B Formulate project procurement management 6
LOSASM603B Formulate project schedule management 6
LOSASM604B Formulate and implement project risk management 6
Level 7
LOCUSM701B Forecast markets and business needs 6
LOSASM701B Formulate global courier and express service strategies 9

4. Cargo Transport and Handling

Cargo transport and handling is the core business of the logistics industry. It mainly involves cargo delivery, midway storage, packaging, and distribution. Practitioners need to co-ordinate and assist in relevant arrangements. They should possess relevant knowledge of the cargoes, as well as the knowledge, techniques and skills of handling and transporting the cargoes.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
LOCUCT209B Organise stocks 3
LOCUCT210B Perform stock control procedures 3
LOSACT201B Apply the basic workplace calculations for handling special cargo 3
Level 3
LOCUCT303B Organise warehouse records 3
LOCUCT304B Co-ordinate cargo operations duties 3
LOCUCT305B Verify records and documents 3
LOCUCT306B Consolidate freights 3
LOCUCT307B Handle cargo transfers 3
LOCUCT308B Order stocks 3
LOCUCT309B Organise cargo receipt/delivery/export 6
LOCUCT310B Carry out stock-taking 3
LOCUCT311B Use inventory systems for stock control 3
LOCUCT312B Check and evaluate the stacking of bulk cargo 3
LOCUCT313B Supervise the loading, unloading and consolidation process of containers 6
LOSACT301B Estimate/calculate weight and volume 3
LOSACT302B Provide freight forwarding services for special cargo to customers 3
LOSACT303B Co-ordinate special cargo transport arrangement 3
LOSACT304B E-Commerce cargo transport arrangement 3
LOSACT305B Co-ordinate special cargo operation (domestic transport) 3
LOSACT306B Handle irregular special cargo transfers 3
LOSACT307B Organise receipt/release/export of special cargo 6
LOSACT308B Implement courier and express procedures 6
LOSACT309B Handle receiving and delivery of special cargo 6
LOSACT310B Handle the storage requirement of special cargo 3
Level 4
LOCUCT403B Organise cargo operations 3
LOCUCT404B Manage quarantine procedures 6
LOCUCT405B Monitor storage facilities 3
LOCUCT406B Implement cargo operations regulations 3
LOSACT401B Coordinate operation functions of special cargo transactions 3
LOSACT403B Handle transhipment of special cargo 6
LOSACT404B Execute special cargo handling as per regulatory requirement 3
Level 5
LOCUCT501B Plan air freight transport 6
LOCUCT502B Plan sea freight transport 6
LOCUCT503B Plan multi-modal freight transport 6
LOCUCT504B Manage freight transit 6
LOCUCT505B Manage storage of DG (dangerous goods) and hazardous substances 6
LOCUCT506B Manage logistics centre operations 3
LOCUCT507B Manage inventories and warehouse facilities 6
LOCUCT508B Determine optimum stock levels 3
LOCUCT512B Manage courier and express cargo centre and facilities 6
LOSACT501B Manage freight transition and transportation of special cargo 6
LOSACT502B Manage special cargo logistics centre operations 3
LOSACT503B Manage special cargo inventories and facilities 6
LOSACT504B Formulate local and regional courier and express operations strategies 9
LOSACT505B Manage the storage and facilities of special cargo 6
LOSACT506B Formulate operation regulations for special cargo 6
Level 6
Level 7

5. Cargo Safety and Security

The functional area of cargo safety and security is unique to the logistics industry. In order to meet the ever-stricter requirements imposed by international conventions and the industry, the job functions of up-keeping cargo safety and security have become increasingly specialised, thus forming an independent functional area itself. This area involves the handling of transport and storage safety, security with respect to the nature of the cargo, and the impact of external interference on the cargo, human bodies, facilities, and logistics operations. It requires practitioners to have knowledge and skills relevant to the formulation, planning, co-ordination, and execution of measures and activities to prevent, avoid, and minimise the aforesaid risks.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
LOCUSS201B Understand and distinguish DG (Dangerous Goods) and their characteristics 6
LOCUSS203B Master the usage of personal protective measures and equipment 3
LOSASS201B Apply knowledge of special cargo and their characteristics 6
Level 3
LOCUSS302B Co-ordinate malfunction 3
LOCUSS303B Apply safe working rules and regulations 3
LOCUSS306B Execute safety survey of DG (dangerous goods) 6
LOSASS301B Handle special cargo 3
Level 4
LOCUSS402B Implement accident-emergency procedures 3
LOCUSS403B Implement transport regulations compliance systems 3
LOCUSS404B Implement freight safety standards for DG (dangerous goods) /hazardous substances 6
LOCUSS407B Plan and implement OSH (occupational safety and health) procedures in workplaces 3
LOCUSS408B Implement fatigue management strategy 6
LOCUSS409B Execute OSH (occupational safety and health) procedures 3
LOCUSS410B Manage and handle emergencies 3
LOSASS401B Execute special cargo transportation system legally 3
Level 5
LOCUSS502B Conduct safety audits 3
LOCUSS503B Manage fatigue management policies and procedures 6
LOCUSS504B Formulate training schemes for handling DG (Dangerous Goods) 6
LOCUSS505B Formulate and implement storage procedures for DG (dangerous goods) /hazardous substances 6
LOCUSS506B Develop safe working environment 6
LOSASS501B Develop safety workplaces for special cargo 6
Level 6
LOCUSS601B Manage cargo security 6
Level 7

6. Import/Export Documentation and Procedures

The logistics industry is a service industry that has arisen from international trading activities. It mainly involves the arrangement of delivery and conveyance of cargoes, information, and capital in their course of transaction. The skills required for cargo delivery are listed in the functional area of Cargo Transport and Handling. For information and capital flows, though the traditional way of document circulation is still commonly used, electronic documentation has begun to take the lead. The functional area of import/export documentation involves understanding the functions, issuing systems, usage and handling skills for various documents. In order to handle cargo import/export efficiently and legally, practitioners should understand clearly the business flow of the import and export trade; know how to calculate prices and prepare quotations; understand and handle all kinds of import/export documents, letters of credit and documentary bills, and international trading provisions and terms set by trade associations; possess skills and knowledge relevant to e-trade declaration service, tariffs, and trade practices of the Chinese mainland, as well as customs declaration and bonded warehousing.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
LOCUIE101B Understand import and export documents and terminologies 6
Level 2
LOCUCN204B Obtain license for freight operation and make relevant administrative arrangement 6
LOCUIE202B Verify required proofs and documents according to freight requirements 6
LOCUIE203B Handle the documents for DG (Dangerous Goods), prohibited goods and dutiable commodities 6
LOCUIE204B Arrange for customs declaration 3
LOCUIE205B Handle customs clearance procedures 6
LOCUIE206B Handle import/export or re-export documents 3
LOCUIE207B Prepare transport documents 6
LOCUIE208B Compose preliminary survey reports in Chinese/English based on common templates 6
LOCUIE211B Prepare operations documents 3
LOSAIE201B Obtain related document, create file and check data 6
LOSAIE202B Handle sea freight export and import documents 3
LOSAIE204B Handle trading payment documents 6
Level 3
LOCUIE302B Apply specialist permit requirements for customs clearance 3
LOCUIE303B Co-ordinate goods to bond/dutiable premises 3
LOCUIE304B Implement boundary customs clearance 3
LOCUIE305B Classify commodities for import/export and re-export 3
LOCUIE306B Compose survey reports independently in Chinese/English 6
LOSAIE301B Handle transport documents 6
LOSAIE302B Complete import/export documents 3
LOSAIE303B Consolidate transport manifest/pre-alert documents 3
LOSAIE304B Plan and design import/export and re-export documents 6
LOSAIE305B Coordinate courier and express documents 3
Level 4
LOCUIE401B Carry out integrated import/export boundary transactions 3
LOSAIE401B Carry out customs/excise declaration 3
LOSAIE402B Execute integrated cross-boundary container trade 3
LOSAIE403B Carry out courier and express cross-boundary transactions 3
Level 5
Level 6
Level 7

7. Insurance, Legal Matters and Compliance

This functional area covers the use of risk assessment tools to assess the risks brought by daily operations, and the formulation of risk management and risk transfer strategies through the use of the assessment report. Practitioners should consider the business and operational needs of different trades in making an analysis of the insurance market. They should study and compare the insurance services, provisions, and premiums of different providers before making any insurance arrangements. They should also make claims efficiently and effectively after the accident, so as to achieve good results of risk management and risk transfer. Practitioners should also know about local and overseas legislations, as well as international conventions, so as to formulate and implement all kinds of policies to ensure that daily operations meet relevant legal requirements.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
LOCULC301B Verify insurance certificate and policy or related documents 6
LOCULC302B Apply basic principles of insurance law to handle insurance matters 3
LOCULC303B Comply with logistics related regulatory requirements 3
Level 4
LOCULC401B Implement risk management plans 6
LOCULC402B Arrange insurance with brokers/agents 6
LOCULC403B Compile claims report 6
LOCULC404B Handle cargo claims 6
LOCULC405B Handle facility, equipment, and machinery claims 6
LOCULC406B Enhance staff's awareness of compliance with legislation related to logistics industry 3
LOCULC407B Handle transport operator's liability insurance claims 6
LOCULC408B Apply environmental protection laws and international conventions relevant to the logistics industry 3
LOCULC409B Apply occupational safety and health ordinances relevant to the logistics industry 6
LOCULC410B Apply the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance 3
LOCULC411B Understand intellectual property and avoid act of infringement 3
LOCULC412B Apply labour legislations related to human resources management 6
LOCULC417B Compile risk assessment report 6
LOSALC401B Identify compliance requirements 6
Level 5
LOCULC501B Perform risk assessment of the transport process and compile reports 9
LOCULC502B Assess the total loss and calculate the claim amount 9
LOCULC503B Apply knowledge of business laws to prepare contracts 9
LOCULC504B Appoint surveyors and lawyers to handle claims 9
LOCULC505B Manage compliance with legal and legislative requirements 3
LOCULC509B Arrange for transport operator's liability insurance contracts 9
LOSALC501B Arrange cargo insurance (including war and strikes) contracts 6
Level 6
LOCULC601B Formulate risk management plans 9
LOCULC602B Establish commitment to comply with legal and legislative requirements 6
LOCULC603B Research compliance requirements and issues 9
Level 7

8. Smart Logistics

The age of electronic and networked operation has come to the logistics industry, making smart logistics an independent functional area. Practitioners should strengthen their knowledge and skills accordingly to face the challenge. The functional area of smart logistics covers the application of existing electronic tools in logistics work, the development of new technologies for application in new areas, networking, the establishment and application of e-platforms, integration with e-commerce, relevant maintenance etc.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
LOCUEL202B Handle electronic documents commonly used in the logistics industry 6
LOCUEL203B Apply electronic devices on cargo identification 6
LOCUEL204B Execute security work for electronic documents of the logistics industry 3
LOCUEL205B Implement e-platform operation for the logistics industry 6
LOCUEL210B Implement e-logistics websites maintenance 6
Level 3
LOCUEL301B Apply knowledge of information and communication technology (ICT) 3
LOCUEL302B Conduct Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in the industry and with customers 6
LOCUEL303B Design computerised freight reports 6
LOCUEL304B Implement e-commerce procedures for the logistics industry 6
LOSAEL301B Perform logistics supporting services through e-platform 3
Level 4
LOCUEL401B Design e-commerce procedures for the logistics industry 6
LOCUEL402B Design electronic document security system and procedures for the logistics industry 6
LOCUEL404B Design e-logistics website for the logistics industry 6
LOCUEL408B Implement e-logistics training programmes 3
LOSAEL401B Implement information systems for customer services 3
Level 5
LOCUEL501B Formulate strategies for the application of electronic cargo identification technologies 9
LOCUEL503B Manage network security 3
LOCUEL504B Formulate the electronic data flow for relevant parties of the logistics industry 6
Level 6
LOSAEL601B Formulate information technology strategy for logistics industry 6
LOSAEL602B Manage information systems or knowledge management systems or any other relevant systems 6
Level 7

9. Environmental Protection

This functional area covers the formulation of environmental policies and procedures in compliance with relevant environmental protection legislations by applying suitable management knowledge and skills to evaluate the environmental issues with regard to the workplaces of the logistics industry. The areas of work include enhancing staff's awareness of environmental protection, conducting environmental audits, as well as applying, implementing, and formulating environmental policies and procedures etc. Practitioners should possess relevant environmental protection knowledge, principles, and regulations.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
LOCUEP201B Understand and implement basic environmental protection plan 3
Level 3
LOCUEP301B Apply environmental protection procedures 3
Level 4
LOCUCN401B Assess environmental impacts of working procedures 6
LOCUEP401B Enhance staff's awareness of environmental protection 6
Level 5
LOCUEP501B Conduct environmental audits 3
LOCUEP502B Implement environmental protection policies and procedures 3
Level 6
LOCUEP601B Formulate environmental protection policies and procedures 6
Level 7

10. Quality Management

This functional area covers the formulation and implementation of quality management schemes by employing the knowledge and skills of quality management. Practitioners should effectively monitor the implementation of these schemes with a view to achieving the results of low cost and high quality. They should also be capable of analysing, handling, and evaluating customers' feedback, as well as promoting and implementing quality management and staff training. Moreover, they should ensure that the quality of services meets the requirements of customers and relevant standards.

QF Level
  Code Name Credit
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
LOCUQM301B Handle issues on quality of transport and logistics services 6
LOCUQM307B Apply quality management knowledge 3
LOCUQM308B Execute cargo quality inspection 6
LOSAQM301B Apply quality control procedures 3
LOSAQM302B Apply quality control systems 3
LOSAQM303B Handle quality issues of special cargo transportation and logistics service 3
Level 4
LOCUQM402B Promote quality management culture to frontline staff 6
LOCUQM409B Implement quality management training program 6
LOCUQM410B Promote quality management culture of company 6
Level 5
LOCUQM501B Establish courier and express service procedures 6
LOCUQM505B Formulate policy of corporate social responsibilities 6
LOCUQM510B Formulate standard for quality management system 9
LOCUQM511B Formulate company's performance pledge 6
LOCUQM512B Formulate measures to enhance quality standards 6
LOSAQM501B Conduct internal quality audits 3
LOSAQM502B Manage cargo quality assurance systems 3
LOSAQM503B Establish product inspection specifications and procedures 3
LOSAQM504B Establish internal quality improvement plan and key performance indicator 6
LOSAQM505B Establish quality training requirement 3
LOSAQM506B Formulate strategy of handling quality management of special cargo 9
Level 6
Level 7
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